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Author Topic: Sgt. Pepper Vs. Abbey Road Vs. Revolver  (Read 17048 times)

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Jane

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Re: Sgt. Pepper Vs. Abbey Road Vs. Revolver
« Reply #160 on: June 14, 2008, 08:20:54 PM »

Abbey Road.
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Re: Sgt. Pepper Vs. Abbey Road Vs. Revolver
« Reply #161 on: June 15, 2008, 05:36:43 AM »

Revolver is my favorite there
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Re: Sgt. Pepper Vs. Abbey Road Vs. Revolver
« Reply #162 on: June 17, 2008, 01:14:57 AM »

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Against my better judgment I go for Sgt. Pepper. I think as an entire piece it's a thing of beauty. Revolver and Abbey Road both have better songs but as a whole thing Pepper wins it for me. But like Indy says, tomorrow's another day.

I'll second that. ;)
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Re: Sgt. Pepper Vs. Abbey Road Vs. Revolver
« Reply #163 on: June 20, 2008, 03:20:03 AM »

I literally am TORN between Abbey Road and Sgt. Pepper.
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Re: Sgt. Pepper Vs. Abbey Road Vs. Revolver
« Reply #164 on: December 01, 2008, 11:45:18 PM »

I voted for "Abbey Road" too.

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The first time I heard Abbey Road (about six months after Sgt. Pepper's), I was a young teenager and didn't know what to make of a lot of it.  I Want You (She's So Heavy) sounded vaguely familiar to me but I was weirded out by the repetition, the guitar riff, the length.... and I didn't know what the hell to make of the side 2 suite.  But I grew into it, and now I don't think there's a weak moment on the album.  Side 2 is a masterpiece, a great way for the Beatles to go out.

I had the same experience you did.  Abbey Road confused me when I was a lot younger, and I never had that feeling about a Beatles album before.  I had just never heard anything like it since it wasn't a regular pop record.  But I gave it many listens and finally realized it was a beautiful masterpiece.  Since then it's been my favorite Beatles album.

I'm surprised Sgt. Pepper has ranked last so far.  It's kind of funny.  I love Sgt. Pepper and it's been lauded as the Beatles' magnum opus, but although it's wonderful, innovative, and very "listenable," it seems like many fans choose other albums as their favorite.
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