The Beatles Abbey Road
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AnyColour74
September 10th 2006


1054 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

No, it's actually Ringo playing the drum solo. He didn't want to at first, but the rest of the Beatles pressured him into doing so. Even then, all he did was copy an Iron Butterfly solo.

I'm pretty sure it was paul

AnyColour74
September 10th 2006


1054 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

oh nevermind.

Bron-Yr-Aur
September 10th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

No, it's actually Ringo playing the drum solo. He didn't want to at first, but the rest of the Beatles pressured him into doing so.

Yes.

Even then, all he did was copy an Iron Butterfly solo.

No.

I'm pretty sure it was paul

:lol: No.


the_accents
September 10th 2006


38 Comments


U know, as good as this record is, Let It Be is still downright more exiting.

The Door Mouse
September 10th 2006


2092 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

i have this and help! this is much better. not that help isnt good its just that this is defenatly superior

John Paul Harrison
September 10th 2006


1014 Comments


But yeah, what is this Abbey Road Blues.


LOL- Remember when we both asked this question like, five times, and nobody gave an answer? HaHa!!1 That was hilarious!...



AnyColour74
September 11th 2006


1054 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

U know, as good as this record is, Let It Be is still downright more exiting.

this is better than let it be

The Door Mouse
September 19th 2006


2092 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

no matter how much filler quality 'her majesty' has i think that its great acoustic work. thought it is only like 22 secs or sumtin

AnyColour74
September 19th 2006


1054 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

you must get this album than

flick12345
September 20th 2006


1 Comments


her majesty was intended to be in between mean mr mustard and polythene pam. if anyones interested enough, i mixed together mustard majesty and pam in a back to back to back medley, as was originally intended. you can email me a request for it at flickdiesel12345@yahoo.com if anyone's that passionate about the beatles.

Zesty Mordant
September 20th 2006


1196 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Side B smacks the fuck out of Side A.
and "Golden Slumbers" is probably my favorite Beatles song ever despite being only like a minute and a half long.

The Door Mouse
September 25th 2006


2092 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

[quote=flick12345]her majesty was intended to be in between mean mr mustard and polythene pam. if anyones interested enough, i mixed together mustard majesty and pam in a back to back to back medley, as was originally intended. you can email me a request for it at flickdiesel12345@yahoo.com if anyone's that passionate about the beatles.[/quote]

i just figured that out yesterday. thank you wikipedia.org. then i played it in between them and i wuz like WOW

Bron-Yr-Aur
September 25th 2006


4405 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5

Okay yeah. I have yet to hear of this Abbey Road Blues anywhere except for here. Explain.

John Paul Harrison
September 25th 2006


1014 Comments


[quote=vague clue from the review...]And "Abbey Road Blues" is probably the heaviest song on the album, with a blues riff and McCartney even screaming the lyrics[/quote]

This is all we have to go on.

surrealshades
November 20th 2006


20 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Good review. Good album. This album may be the best work from the best band ever, so waste no time in buying it. Nice job on the tidbit about the crescendo created by the final songs flowing into each other. In my opinion, that is the point that separates this Beatles album from any of their other hit laden affairs.


Rocksta71
November 21st 2006


1023 Comments


^This is a great album but I still preffer "Magical Mystery tour" any day. the reason is the mess at the end of the album, why?

surrealshades
December 4th 2006


20 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

I wouldn't consider Her Majesty a great song by any means, but I definetly won't hold it against the album. I'm pretty sure Paul and John were trying to accomplish a feeling of the "falling action," more of a literary device than one found in music. Now that I think of it, that's just another piece of evidence to me that this album is a notch above the others, and that is because of its brilliant structure.

JumpTheF**kUp
January 1st 2007


2716 Comments


Maxwell's Silver Hammer is a hella good song.

Bang bang! Maxwell's silver hammer came down, upon her head.
Clang clang! Maxwell's silver hammer made sure that she was dead.

Pure awesomeness.

Seafroggys
February 4th 2007


60 Comments

Album Rating: 5.0

Not sure if I've already posted a response to this review, but I'll say it again: by far the best album ever made. Nothing comes close.

hummer
February 4th 2007


228 Comments

Album Rating: 4.5 | Sound Off

This is one of the albums that I would present to someone who questions if rock is truely art (along with Forever Changes and Quadrophenia). An unbelievably brilliant piece of work that will be revered for years and years to come.



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