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Old 04-02-2015, 04:29 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Nah, it's their best album. You're both wrong.
I second Frownland. MMT is my favorite album by the Beatles - and by any group or artist. Rubber Soul is my second favorite Beatles album followed by A Hard Dayīs Night.

I have never yet run across a perfect album - although MMT comes quite close. Almost all of the songs on this album have great melodies - and a great melody is the essence of a great song.
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Old 07-25-2015, 08:19 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Roll up for the Mystery Tour!

Recently, I made a post on why Sgt. Pepper is not my favorite album by the Beatles. This is one of the reasons. Magical Mystery Tour is probably my 2nd favorite album by The Beatles. It has amazing psychedelic songs and a lot of good instrumentation.

Songs like Fool on the Hill, Hello Goodbye, and even Penny Lane are songs I will never forget. There are songs you could skip like Flying or Baby You're A Rich Man, but those are very good as well.

You can really pick up a lot of guitar on this album. On the song Flying, the guitar intro is so amazing.

Is it the best album by The Beatles? Not at all. White Album or even Rubber Soul are better than this but this is just a preference. I have a soft spot for psychedelic music.

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Just because you put a bunch of stars and rainbow colours on a album cover it does not make it psychedelic album.......The album was thrown together with some songs that originally came out as 45s. Penny Lane, Truth be told there are very few psychedelic songs on the album in my opinion........
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Old 09-13-2015, 04:31 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Just because you put a bunch of stars and rainbow colours on a album cover it does not make it psychedelic album.......The album was thrown together with some songs that originally came out as 45s. Penny Lane, Truth be told there are very few psychedelic songs on the album in my opinion........
Did I say that the album cover really made the album psych?

I think Flying, Blue Jay Way, Baby You're A Rich Man, and maybe I Am The Walrus are classic psychedelic rock. I do respect your opinion though...
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