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It's Four Solo Albums & Still Great,
This review is from: The Beatles (The White Album) (Audio CD)
This was on sale way Back in November 1968, for $5.00. That was the best five Bucks I ever spent. By 1968 after Eight years Together, The Beatles had just about seen it all, and they were very close to imploding. But, Lucky for all of us John, Paul, George & Ringo were on top of their Game and with the "White Album" they Presented their Best Songwriting and their greatest Playing over the Span of the 30 Tracks Here.
From: "Back in the USSR" all the way thro' to "Goodnight" and my favorite Track in reverse: "Revolution #9" you get a Beatle Album So Different & so Bold in it's Scope and Range from anything else they Gave us. We were Very Lucky to Have this band on the Planet from: 1964-70. It will never happen again in our Lifetime, But here it is, in all it's Glory...
There are almost 1,000 reviews posted here and About 95 Per-Cent of those Reviews are Gonna tell you how GREAT this is, and it is, Don't waste your Time Reading About this Record, BUY IT NOW.
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Initial post: Apr 4, 2009 7:24:59 AM PDT
David D. McFarland says:
Recommend the monophonic version over the stereo version (have a CD of it as well as the vinyl in mono). I know you folks reading this are saying "what the?" but that is how the band heard this album and wanted it released. Stereo was ALWAYS a afterthought in those days. A great album to many but it was really a solo album featuring each member doing their own songs. Anyway, you hopefully get the point.
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