This album is pretty hard to describe. The fact that it was released in 1966 is mindblowing to me. The mix of psychadelic and Eastern influences add another layer of complexity that we could already hear on Rubber Soul. The lyrical themes are astronomically better than anything they have ever done. Politics, love, psychology, LSD-induced visions, living in a submarine and crooked doctors. If that's not diverse then I don't know what is. Nothing exemplifies the eccentric, experimental and groundbreaking aspects more than the closer track, Tomorrow Never Knows. That song is indescribable by words, you have to experience that by listening to it yourself.
This should have been a once in a lifetime type of achievement, but as we all know, this is only just the beginning of a 3 year journey that produced some of the most genre-bending and influential albums that have ever come out in music history.
|1||Taxman / 100|
|2||Eleanor Rigby / 100|
|3||I'm Only Sleeping / 100|
|4||Love You To / 90|
|5||Here, There and Everywhere / 100|
|6||Yellow Submarine / 80|
|7||She Said She Said / 100|
|8||Good Day Sunshine / 90|
|9||And Your Bird Can Sing / 100|
|10||For No One / 100|
|11||Doctor Robert / 80|
|12||I Want to Tell You / 90|
|13||Got to Get You Into My Life / 100|
|14||Tomorrow Never Knows / 100|