This Beatles album from 1967 contains 13 tracks. Two of my favourites are - Getting Better, and Lovely Rita.
it is the two disc version.
50 years ago this week - Beatles released Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on June 2, 1967.
A Day In The Life, over 5 and a half minutes long, is often cited as the best Beatles hit ever, and certainly in everyone's top ten list. And then, how often have we sang When I'm Sixty-Four to those elders who actually turned 64 or hummed Lovely Rita to those lovely Ritas we came across? ... And talk about INSANE lyrics as "Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds:"
Picture yourself in a boat on a river/
With tangerine trees and marmalade skies/
Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly/
A girl with kaleidoscope eyes/
Cellophane flowers of yellow and green/
Towering over your head/
Look for the girl with the sun in her eyes/
And she's gone/ ...
Noted that someone had posted the Lucy videos already. So, added the "A Day In The Life."
Very good CD. A few of the songs on this CD, I haven't heard in a long time, the others I'm not that familiar with. I enjoyed this CD. Cool album.
What's to say - this is the Beatles! This is one of my favorite albums of theirs because of the artwork on the album, but also because of the way the songs flow into one another, like a story. Plus they created some quirky sounds that, at the time the album was made, were pretty unique. Definitely an album of the times.
Great CD, with songs you can sing to and will be whisteling all day! I highly recommend this for anyone! My favorite songs are Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds and When I'm 64. Fine for all ages. This is one of those albums that has stood the test of time.
This album has quite a reputation, though I should think it mainly among those who were children when it was released. The order of the songs is a bit odd: pothead mysticism ('Within you, without you') followed by cutesy teenie-bopper love song ('When I'm sixty-four). Perhaps it was great in its day, but it hasn't aged well.
Ranked #1 in Rolling Stone's Top 500. Ranked below the Beatles "Revolver in several other publications (mainly British), but generally considered a landmark in studio recordings.
One of those revolutionary albums that still holds up today.
The soundtrack of the Summer Of Love.
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