The best songs of Beatles
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One of the best of the Beatles and I think the best of George. Here comes the sun is a beautiful song. Written by George Harrison in the album Abbey Road. An iconic album and a wonderful song. Yes! Best song ever! In my opinion this will be the ONLY music my children listen to because it is inspiring and calming. The lyrics are dreamy this has to be one of the Beatles best songs of all time. Strawberry Fields Forever is a masterpiece. This song made the Beatles absolutely unique. There is something about it that shines more than other Beatles songs. It's got a gorgeous melody, a very dreamy atmosphere, and the lyrics are so different. They sound very strange slipping out of the tongue, but there is great depth there. I always think this sound them took them from just a band that made hit songs to a band that made REVOLUTIONARY songs.
List of best songs ever recorded by The Beatles, the iconic British rock band joining John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Between the years 1960 and 1970, the band recorded 12 studio albums and a few other scattered songs and recordings, across a diverse range of styles. The albums have all proved massively influential, particularly the band's later experiments with psychedelia, world music and conceptual long-form albums.
Coldplay were scrambling to finish their second album and wanted to save "Clocks," with a churning piano riff inspired by the band Muse, for a later album. Luckily, a friend intervened. He said, 'You're going on about urgency, and you're talking about keeping this song back,' " said Chris Martin The Beatles, ‘Penny Lane’. Appears on: The Beat Goes On: The Best of Sonny and Cher (Atlantic). In This Article: Aretha Franklin, Beastie Boys, Beck, Bruce Springsteen, Green Day, Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Radiohead, Rihanna, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Strokes.
The Beatles' final album, which was actually recorded before 'Abbey Road' but released after, was mired in confusion. After the sprawling and tension-filled sessions for 'The White Album,' in which the four members basically became each other's backing bands, the Beatles secluded themselves in the studio, hoping to rekindle their passion for music and each other. It didn't work out that way. The album sat on the shelves for more than a year, until producer Phil Spector tried assembling a record from the aborted sessions. But more importantly, it's the first Beatles album to include all original songs by Lennon and McCartney. Not all of the songs ended up in the film, but 'A Hard Day's Night' is the group's first LP that flows with some consistency, since there are no covers (or cuts sung by Ringo) to disrupt the pace. This is where they first started to sound like legends.
As for the best of the best, well, that’s been debated and debated and debated for decades. Everyone has their ideas about what’s the greatest iteration of the Beatles. Most list-making types lean toward the back half of the band’s career, when they rewrote the rock band rulebook several times over without abandoning the pop instincts that nabbed them the spotlight in the first place. Like any latter-day Beatles album, there are many different kinds of songs on Sgt. Pepper: finger-snapping rockers, acid trips, trad-pop romps, future-pop delights, an Indian mantra, a tearjerking ballad for the ages, and an awe-inspiring grand finale that masterfully stitches two disparate songs into arguably the most stunning composition in pop music history - Paul’s feet on the ground, John’s head in the clouds.
Photo: Public Domain via Creative Commons. Defining a band or album’s greatness quickly become dicey territory in the field of musical journalism. That sort of assessment is subjective at best. That is, of course, with the exception of the Beatles. The Fab Four are undeniably one of, if not the, most important groups in rock and roll history. Ringo has never been a flashy drummer. He’s no Keith Moon of The Who. He can keep time unlike any other, though, and even during these early years he was showing off his world class ability to do so. 4 – ‘Do You Want To Know A Secret’ – Please Please Me.
What are the best Beatles songs of all time? We whittle down the entire output of the Fab Four down to a fab fifty. By Time Out London Music Posted: Friday May 17 2019. This is the first song on the first Beatles album I bought. I didn’t really understand ‘The White Album’, but the eight-year-old me loved the simplicity of Paul’s opening rocker with its anachronistic Beach Boys circa 1964 inflections. Like the rest of the LP, it could be seen as a bit of a conceptual mess, but that’s why I go back to it more than any of their other records.