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The Beatles appeared in five motion pictures, most of which were very well received. The exception was the (mostly unscripted) television film Magical Mystery Tour which was panned by critics and the public alike. Each of their films had the same name as their associated soundtrack album and a song on that album. The Beatles had a successful film career, beginning with A Hard Day's Night (1964), a loosely scripted comic farce, sometimes compared to the Marx Brothers in style.

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Never before had a rock record been so self-reflective, or so ironic; the Beach Boys send-up "Back in the .

The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album) is the eponymous tenth studio album by English rock band The Beatles.

The BEATLES (White Album) was the first Beatles album to be released on the group’s own Apple Records label. Issued in both stereo and mono for the . and in stereo for the . the double album was an immediate bestseller, entering the British chart at number one and remaining there for eight of the 22 weeks it was listed. The White Album also debuted at on the . CD 1: The BEATLES (White Album) 2018 Stereo Mix Back in the . Dear Prudence Glass Onion Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da Wild Honey Pie The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill While My Guitar Gently Weeps Happiness is a Warm Gun Martha My Dear I’m so tired Blackbird Piggies Rocky Raccoon Don’t Pass Me By Why. don’t we do it in the road?

The Beatles' White Album was their ninth UK LP, and their 15th in the United States. Commonly known as the White Album, the self-titled collection of 30 songs stands as a majestic cornucopia of styles, born from one of the group's most creative periods. The Beatles were old hands at dealing with such pressure. They turned away from the elaborate excesses of Sgt Pepper, recording instead a simple collection of 30 songs under an even simpler name: The Beatles.

The Beatles organisation can call this an entirely new album all they want. But it’s not. Otherwise it wouldn’t duplicate the original album right up to the four unreleased recordings at the end. Just adding a word to the title – the new one is called The Beatles Live at the Hollywood Bowl – and having better sound doesn’t make it a new album. Certainly, anyone hearing the original Hollywood Bowl album for the first time is liable to be taken aback. I first heard it in 1985, and was struck by how closely it resembled that year’s musical cause celebre, the Jesus and Mary Chain. That’s not because of the band, but because the dominant sound of the album wasn’t the Beatles, but the screams of thousands and thousands of teenagers, screams that blanket the music in sheets of white noise, for all the world like William Reid’s feedback on Psychocandy. The story of the album’s making is a bit of a dog’s dinner.

The Beatles, otherwise known as The White Album, is the Fab Four’s eponymous ninth studio album. It followed the critically-divisive Magical Mystery Tour soundtrack, which resulted in the band’s extended retreat to India. Their much-publicized visit to the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s compound managed to inspire some fresh material for the group, but it also found the Beatles disenfranchised and in conflict with one another. From such ballads as Julia and Blackbird, to rock cuts like Back in the USSR and Birthday -The White Album captures the dichotomy of its chapter within The Beatles' story. From the ridiculousness of Piggies and Rocky Raccoon, to the avant-garde seriousness of Revolution 9, there is truly a song for everyone on this album. It may not have topped 1967’s Sgt.

Beatles, The - Film Chain FLAC album
Film Chain
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