October 2

I Am The Walrus - The Beatles - 1967-1970 (Vinyl, LP)

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Posted 15.11.2019 by Moogurn in category "Alternative


  1. By Mikajinn on
    Strawberry Fields Forever is a song sung by the Beatles in It was originally intended to be on Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, but was released as a single. Who said singles could not be put on an album" is a famous saying. So Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane made the cut to go on Magical Mystery Tour.
  2. By Akinorn on
    The Beatles (The Blue Album) The Beatles Rock · Preview Editors' Notes Released just three years after the band’s official break-up, “The Blue Album” put The Beatles’ later-year tracks into one package (released simultaneously with I Am the Walrus. 8.
  3. By Mezishakar on
    Jul 03,  · As ever with the Fab Four, a new film meant a new album and the Lennon-McCartney train looked like it showed no signs of slowing down. But behind all the fast games, quick cash and unstoppable fandom, John Lennon was already beginning to long for a time before The Beatles ever happened and took over his life.
  4. By Yozshut on
    Jun 26,  · George Harrison on John Lennon and The Beatles | The Dick Cavett Show - Duration: The Dick Cavett Show 1,, views.
  5. By Brajar on
    The idea for the Walrus came from the poem The Walrus and The Carpenter, which is from the sequel to Alice in Wonderland called Through the truesmasherdilkreeredshade.xyzinfo his Playboy interview, Lennon said: "It never dawned on me that Lewis Carroll was commenting on the capitalist and social system. I never went into that bit about what he really meant, like people are doing with the Beatles' work.
  6. By Mikashakar on
    Called and , each became known by the color of the album’s artwork. Just as their double LP was called “The White Album,” the collections were dubbed the “Red” and “Blue” albums. Together, they included the 26 A-sides of The Beatles’ U.K. singles and 27 catalog tracks.
  7. By Groll on
    Free U.S. shipping! A German true stereo hot mix pressing of Magical Mystery Tour by the Beatles with a cover that was unique to this issue.
  8. By Shaktizahn on
    This classic Beatles compilation spanning the years - (A.K.A. The Blue Collection) has been cut from the original analog masters and the packaging is faithful to the original artwork. Sing along with Sgt. Pepper and the Walrus on Penny Lane or in Strawberry Fields.
  9. By Kazrak on
    " I Am the Walrus " is a song by the Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The song was featured in the Beatles' television film, as a track on the associated double EP Magical Mystery Tour and its American counterpart LP, and was the b-side to the number 1 hit single " Hello, Goodbye."A-side: "Hello, Goodbye".

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