Recent Reviews

Jun 14, 2019
“Let It Be” has a ‘live-in-the-studio’ feel that translates to a lot of this material being done in the moment rather than fully thought out and realised as a whole that had become The Beatles standard at that point. Unpleasant sessions as a result of the band falling out may have resulted in this feeling somewhat fragmented and not fully accomplished, yet the artistry level is so high that you can’t help but overlook most of the bumps for the ... read more
Jun 14, 2019
"Abbey Road" has achieved iconic status for very good reason, it's everything genius about the Beatles in one LP. It's the last statement from the biggest band in the world, in this transcendent journey which includes everything from the silly boyish charm to the mature innovations and everything in between. Despite all the issues the Beatles had and knowing it was going to be all over soon, the fab four wanted to just play, and they created such a palpable work of art ... read more
Jun 14, 2019
The “Yellow Submarine” album is a soundtrack for the film of the same name that is filled mainly with non-Beatles scores (George Martin), where the first six songs are comprised of 2 hit singles and 4 B-Sides. This soundtrack is fine, but just that. You pretty much need to have watched and liked the film to appreciate the last 50% and liked previously released material to enjoy the first 50%. So.... yeah....
Jun 14, 2019
"The White Album" is all about raw experimentation, taking every little idea that the fab four had, throwing them against the wall, and whatever stuck got on the record. It's a raw deluge of ideas that play out like a long roller coaster ride at the holy theme park of everything Beatles. The sheer number of styles that the band cover on "The White Album" is beyond astounding. And yet somehow, against all odds, the album works, either in spite of itself or ... read more
Jun 14, 2019
"Magical Mystery Tour" is a little bit of an artistic slowdown, as the Beatles would get on a bus with all their friends and drive around the British countryside during the warm summer of '67, enjoying life. The result was a reflective, a little bit druggy, a little nostalgic, and inventively orchestrated and arranged LP which carried on the high the band was on and continued sharing fun, positivity and love to everybody. It's a feel-good record during a feel-good ... read more
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June Playlist
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