The Beatles – Beatles for Sale (Album Review)

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My new album review below. Thank you all for reading my stuff throughout this year, and hope you have a great new one!

Why “Beatles for Sale” Has Gone Up In Value

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  1. thanks for your open-minded look back at this album. i’m going to have a listen –

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  2. Excellent review of the album. Makes me want to listen to it again. I prefer the 1965-1969 eras of The Beatles, but this makes me want to listen to that album in its entirety.

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  3. All the best for the New Year, sir.

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  4. I quite like the liner notes on this one, where the author says something like, kids will still be enjoying this in the year 2000 AD – that’s an understatement, I can’t see the enjoyment dwindling any time soon!
    Nice point about the fade in on 8 days, it shouldn’t be that much of an impact, but it somehow is

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  5. Such a treat to read this! Particularly enjoyed your nods to/descriptions of “No Reply,” “It Won’t Be Long,” “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party,” “Every Little Thing,” and “What You’re Doing.” Always was a bit fascinated by this album, so many different elements as you’ve described them and that undercurrent of bitterness or darkness. Like how upbeat “I’m a Loser” and “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party” sound versus the weighty lyrics. And of course the harmonies on this album are bone shaking. The Beatles might have ruined me for other bands in terms of harmonies. Might have to give Beatles for Sale a listen soon as it’s been awhile!

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  6. Reblogged this on johnrieber and commented:
    A terrific look at The Beatles at the beginning of a great change in their music!

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