I don't know what it is about " Revolver " , but i've been falling out of love with it for sometime and although i think it as some great songs on it , it's begining to decline as favourite Beatles album for me .
The expression "Old Hat " springs to mind , and i know it's maybe heresy to say such a thing, but i'm been truthful it just does'nt grab me like it used to .
I suppose it's quite normal to fall in and out of love with albums and i have had a similar thing happen with other records in the past , i used to love Dylan's "Blonde On Blonde " but now it's not one that i really like anymore .
I think you can become over familiar with an album and i have played " Revolver " for 35 years and got a lot of pleassure from it , it maybe a temporary thing and this " Old Hat " feeling with regard to " Revolver " it might pass .
Do i need to see " Doctor Robert " ? or should i put the album to one side and come back to it in 12 months with fresh ears ?