The Beatles Songs Analysis

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The name of the band I'm doing for this write up is The Beatles and the album is Revolver. The genre of this album is pop/rock. I personally do not listen to the Beatles that much. But I really like a lot of songs in this album when I thought I would like none of these songs. In this album there are 14 songs mostly by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Overall I really like this album and would recommend this album to people.

The band members in this band are Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison. Ringo played the drums, John played rhythm guitar, Paul played bass and George was lead guitar. Paul Mccartney and John Lennon were the main singers in most of the songs. The Beatles are very well known and were a big hit from
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Some very popular song quotes are from Eleanor Rigby “ All the lonely people, where do they all come from. “ This song is actually my favorite song and I think is the top song of the album. Paul Mccartney developed the theme of loneliness of old age for this song. He wanted a natural name for the song and got it from a store nearby that was named Rigby.

I really liked this album and took the time to really listen to it. I always thought that I didn't Like that music but now that i have listened to it, I am really starting to like their songs. I feel that this album especially is a really good album, I also think that it is better than the other albums. Another song I really like is “Yellow Submarine”. I think it is very well written and it also has a movie to it.

Overall I think this was a really good album. I don't think that I would enjoy the Beatles as much as I do now than for I would of listened to a different album by them. This album introduced me into a whole new world of music. This album is going to be the first song out of my generation that I will listen to. I never thought a song like this could make me listen and like music this much

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