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Got To Get You Into My Life - The Beatles - The Alternate Revolver (CDr)

03.01.20209

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  1. Aug 05,  · Harrison’s mark as a guitarist would be better made with the backwards sequence on “I’m Only Sleeping,” and his R&B-style break on McCartney’s “Got to Get You Into My Life.” 4.
  2. Oh my god. Last night listening to Revolver was a revolutionary experience. A completely different level of Beatles music. I had the Stereo LP and I've listened to that probably a solid times so I have a pretty good experience in Revolver's sound. Let me tell you, this MONO LP sounds incredibly better!/5(2).
  3. Love You Too (Mono Mix) 5: Here, There And Everywhere (Take 7) 6: Yellow Submarine (Remix) 7: She Said She Said (Mono Mix) 8: Good Day Sunshine (Mono Mix) 9: And Your Bird Can Sing (Take 2) For No One (Take 10) Doctor Robert (Mono Mix) I Want To Tell You (Mono Mix) Got To Get You Into My Life (Take 5) Tomorrow Never Knows /5(8).
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  5. Aug 09,  · The Beatles invented so many genres in one album, and all the genres are represented on the U.S. Revolver: raga rock ("Love You To"), bubblegum pop ("Yellow Submarine") baroque pop ("Eleanor Rigby.
  6. The Alternate Revolver. The Alternate Revolver is a collection of different takes and versions of songs recorded in for the album birddelodlinanhuyflunimimmaygbokvis.coinfoes many mono mixes and a few tracks lifted from Anthology. Taxman take 11, recorded on April 21, (taken from Anthology) Eleanor Rigby.
  7. Label variant, note pressing ring distance from center hole, compare to: The Beatles - Revolver Original mono release, black label with color band without "subsidiary" rim text. -This is the first American pressing, with credits to 'Lennon-McCartney' on labels. Second pressings used the writers' full names.
  8. "Got to Get You into My Life" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, first released in on their album Revolver. It was written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song is an homage to the Motown Sound, with colourful brass instrumentation and lyrics that suggest a psychedelic experience. " It's actually an ode to pot," McCartney explained.
  9. The Beatles "Revolver" () album. Tracklist. Time Stars Taxman Lyrics Eleanor Rigby Lyrics Got To Get You Into My Life Lyrics Tomorrow Never Knows Lyrics More The Beatles albums. Cover The Beatles albums.

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