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Beatles (White Album) album for sale by Beatles was released Aug 31, 1987 on the Capitol/EMI label. Each copy of this limited edition is sequentially numbered. Beatles (White Album) CD music The packaging recreates the original double-gatefold sleeve and includes the original poster as well as the individual photos of each band member. Beatles (White Album) buy CD music Additional personnel includes: Yoko Ono (vocals); Eric Clapton (electric guitar); Mal Evans (trumpet, tambourine); George Martin (piano, harmonium); Chris Thomas (harpsichord, Mellotron); Maureen Starkey, Patti Harrison (background vocals). THE BEATLES (generally known as "The White Album" because of its cover) was a sprawling two-record set, highlighting the distinct personalities in the group as they matured and moved further away from each other. Beatles (White Album) CD music is a 2-disc set with 30 songs. ...See Full Description
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||The Beatles Forever|
They were brilliant on this album as well as Abbey Road. Every rock band since them has been influenced by them and has tried to emulate them. You had to be young when this album came out to fully appreciate it today. I don't expect people that are in their 20's or younger today to understand what the Beatles meant to us. Just listen to this masterpiece and enjoy what they gave us.
By Jesse (Greensboro, NC, USA)
This CD is a must for all collections. It is one of The Beatles absolute best pieces of work.
By a reviewer (New Castle, PA, USA)
||The Greatest Album of All Time...?|
Just as the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band changed how popular musicians heard music, the White Album did it again. This is definetely one of the Greatest Albums of all time. Perhaps even THE Greatest!
By collin68 (Sandwich, IL)
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One of the Beatles best albums; shows the versatility of Lennon & McCartney. Everything from soft, melodic songs to rapid-paced ditties! recommend= 4 ****
By a reviewer (Bedford, PA)
Being a Beatles fan who loves all of their recorded output (regardless of any flaws), "The White Album" is a disc that I treasure greatly. Unfortunately, this classic band was in the slow painful genesis of their impending split while this album was being recorded. There are quite a few clunkers on this set, but that is mainly due to creative tensions within the group. George Harrison was progressing as a songwriter and Ringo Starr made his compositional debut with "Don't Pass Me By". The strong tracks make up for any weakness in the material (I don't care for "Rocky Raccoon" and "Ob-La-Di Obla-Da"), but "The White Album" has somewhat of the appallingly attractive feel of viewing the aftermath of a head-on collision due to inner band turmoil. All four were moving beyond the concept of a true rock group and nothing tells more of this attribute than the fact that separate photos of the Fab Four decorated the inner gatefold sleeve rather than a group portrait. The tracks themselves reflect more the collective consciousness of one individual (the writer) than a consolidated band effort. Overall, "The White Album" is a great effort, but it is also a sad premonition of what was to follow two years after its release.
By Will-T (Lawrenceburg IN)
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Beatles (White Album) songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108488|
|Label||Capitol / EMI|
|Release Date||Aug 31, 1987|
|Recording Time||93 minutes|
|Additional Info||Limited Ed. No Longer Available||