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Magical Mystery Tour album for sale by Beatles was released Sep 22, 1987 on the Capitol/EMI label. The first six songs on MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR were the soundtrack to the Beatles' TV movie of the same name. Magical Mystery Tour CD music The film was an experimental mess, but the experimental pop of the album included some of their most memorable productions. The soundtrack side was dominated by Paul McCartney pop tunes, including the bittersweet piano ballad "Fool On The Hill" and "Your Mother Should Know," an impossibly catchy bit of Vaudevillian pop. But it also featured George Harrison's mystical "Blue Jay Way" (about his house in Hollywood) and John Lennon's "I Am The Walrus," which wedded a stream-of-consciousness lyric to a fierce drum beat, layers of strings, odd voices and some dialogue from Shakespeare's "King Lear." McCartney's "Hello Goodbye," which led off the assorted singles, featured some neatly arranged contrapuntal vocals, and may well have been about the dissolving partnerships (songwriting and otherwise) between McCartney and Lennon. Magical Mystery Tour CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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|The KEYSTONE of a complete psychedelic collection.|
Proving that in the sixties, you could never take too many drugs- the more trippier, the better the music. Not the case in the seventies, eighties or nineties, eh Ossie Osbourne (see review below).
By David Martin (Mt. Martha, Australia.)
Is this their best album? I'm still trying to decide. This album is quintessential Beatles - - that's for sure-- but what about Sgt.
By darkwinter (Los Alamos, Calif., USA)
VARY VARY GOOD.
By toppingt (FRESNO,CA USA)
||Odds and Sods and one historic single|
Okay, I confess, this review is first and foremost an examination of the most important single of the Sixties. I'll get to the album in a moment, but "Strawberry Fields Forever" b/w "Penny Lane" is a suite all to itself and deserves special consideration since nobody lets me review singles anymore.
By jpjohnson777 (Hope, ND, USA)
I think it's one of the top 5 "british-invasion" albums, along with The White Album, The Rolling Stones' "Beggers Banquet," The Who's "The Who Sells Out" and The Stones' "Out of our Heads." Fantastic! These songs are timeless!
By Ozzy Osbourne (Beverly Hills, CA, United States)
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Magical Mystery Tour songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1108580|
|Label||Capitol / EMI|
|Release Date||Sep 22, 1987|
|Recording Time||36 minutes||