The Beatles - Sergeant Pepper's Magical Mystery Tour FLAC album
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Magical Mystery Tour is an album by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a double EP in the United Kingdom and an LP in the United States. Produced by George Martin, it includes the soundtrack to the 1967 film of the same name.
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Rubber Soul Revolver Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The Beatles (aka The "White" Album) Yellow Submarine Abbey Road Let It Be While this may seem straightforward enough, it is in fact complicated by a number of issues. Rubber Soul Revolver Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Magical Mystery Tour (released as a pair of EPs; not released as an album in England until 1976) The Beatles (the "white album") Yellow Submarine Abbey Road Let It Be The .
1967: Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. 1967: Magical Mystery Tour. 1968: Yellow Submarine. Anyway: Please Please Me is often called the worst Beatles album (Beatles For Sale is, I think, the only album that frequently gets an even lower reputation), but this approach only makes sense if you compare it to what would come soon, and comparing it to what would come soon doesn't make sense because, pretty much like every other Beatles.
The Magical Mystery Tour soundtrack, on the other hand, did what the movie was supposed to do – despite being a grab bag of the group’s 1967 singles and songs recorded specifically for the film, it holds together surprisingly well as an addendum to Pepper, giving us an image of the psychedelic Beatles refining their enhanced perceptions into individual pop songs so potent. that they changed the whole landscape of music. The songs that would end up on Magical Mystery Tour began taking shape in late 1966, well before McCartney was struck by his cinematic vision.
Magical Mystery Tour is the ninth album by The Beatles, recorded between 24 November 1966 and 7 November 1967, which was made to correspond to the film, Magical Mystery Tour. It contains several songs from the movie such as "I am the Walrus", and "Blue Jay Way". The album was released as a double EP in the UK, which only contained the songs in the film.
The Beatles devised, wrote and directed a television film called Magical Mystery Tour which was broadcast on BBC Television at Christmas, 1967. Even before Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, had hit the shops, the idea of the programme had been born and work had commenced on the title track. It was decided that the soundtrack for the programme would be released on two seven inch discs which would be packaged with a booklet in a gatefold sleeve. The booklet contained stills from the show along with a comic strip telling the story.
|1||Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band|
|2||Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds|
|5||A Day In The Life I|
|6||A Day In The Life II|
|7||Magical Mystery Tour I|
|8||Magical Mystery Tour II|
|9||Fool On The Hill|
|11||Blue Jay Way I|
|12||Blue Jay Way II|
|13||Your Mother Should Know|
|14||I Am The Walrus|
|15||Hello Goodbye I|
|16||Hello Goodbye II|
|17||Strawberry Fields Forever I|
|18||Strawberry Fields Forever II|
|21||All You Need Is Love|