The Beatles ‎– Revolver

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Parlophone ‎– CDP 7 46441 2
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1 Taxman 2:39
2 Eleanor Rigby 2:07
3 I'm Only Sleeping 3:01
4 Love You To
Tabla – Anil Bhagwat
3:01
5 Here, There And Everywhere 2:25
6 Yellow Submarine 2:40
7 She Said She Said 2:37
8 Good Day Sunshine 2:09
9 And Your Bird Can Sing 2:01
10 For No One
Horn – Alan Civil
2:01
11 Doctor Robert 2:15
12 I Want To Tell You 2:29
13 Got To Get You Into My Life 2:30
14 Tomorrow Never Knows 2:57

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Notes

LP originally released in 1966.
AAD - Stereo
Made in the UK

All Songs published by Northern Songs Ltd.
℗ 1966 Original Sound recordings made by EMI Records Ltd.
© 1966 EMI Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 077774644129
  • Label Code: LC 0299
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: CDP 7 46441 2 AR @ 2 + +

Other Versions (5 of 396) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMC 7009 The Beatles Revolver(LP, Album, Mono, Wit) Parlophone PMC 7009 UK 1966 Sell This Version
8XT-2576, 8XT 2576 The Beatles Revolver(8-Trk, Album, RE) Capitol Records, Capitol Records 8XT-2576, 8XT 2576 US 1970 Sell This Version
AZCD1008 The Beatles Revolver(CD, Album, Unofficial) ООО "Азия Рекордз" AZCD1008 Russia 2001 Sell This Version
SGL-5039 The Beatles Revolver(LP, Unofficial, Album, Red) International Record SGL-5039 Taiwan Unknown Sell This Version
LSPAR 70760 The Beatles Revolver(LP, Album) Jugoton, Parlophone LSPAR 70760 Yugoslavia Unknown Sell This Version

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dsp23

February 27, 2006
edited over 6 years ago
An absolute masterpiece. You simply won't find a better pop/rock record than this. Not just because the songs are brilliant, but because the album also had an experimental side that never obscured their superb pop hooks or viceversa. In other words, they translated experimental music for the general populace without vulgarizing the original source, no mean feat.

A knockout record, way better than the much-discussed Sgt. Peppers as far as I'm concerned.