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Title: Well You Never...
Style: New Wave, Punk
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1176 mb
FLAC album: 1811 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Rock

Tomorrow Never Knows is a compilation album of songs by the English rock band the Beatles.

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A transition album that finds the band wanting to break out of the "boy band" box, this album lacks the infectious joy of their previous releases as evidenced by the title and songs like I’m a Loser. Still, the cover songs are top-notch. Magical Mystery Tour is one of the Beatles' rare failures. That is the television movie, not the experimental soundtrack album that has outlived its inspiration with sweeping pop(py) hits like Strawberry Fields Forever, Penny Lane, and All You Need Is Love. 8. 'Help!' With younger and hungrier bands (The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Kinks) gunning for their throne, this is a rare Beatles album that seems less than the sum of its parts. Confusing at others (just like the film that it was created for), it still produced the timeless Yesterday

The Beatles, Meet The Beatles, The Beatles’ Second Album (though All Music Guide makes a good case for it), Something New, Beatles ’65, and Beatles IV. The countless repackaged retrospectives and rarities comps, from Past Masters to The Beatles Anthology, are excluded too. OK, let’s do it! 13. Yellow Submarine (1969). This barely counts, but it seems relevant. Well she was just 17, were the first words on a Beatles LP, and frankly the Fab Four were spring chickens themselves at that point. Youthful vigor runs rampant on Please Please Me, from the first vibrant seconds of I Saw Her Standing There to the final chime of Twist And Shout. I’ve never stayed for the whole thing, but witnessing even a couple hours of the spectacle ensconced it on my calendar as an annual commitment.

The Beatles never realized what had been done when they walked into their rooms, she later said. They had mattresses on their beds. We had curtains put up, we had mirrors. Paul Mac never had a guitar out of his hand. He let us all get a few songs in though, and you can hear the results on the records that followed, the Beatles’ White Album, and my own The Hurdy Gurdy Man. 4. The Maharishi had some unique quirks. The Maharishi turned out to be more business- and media-savvy than his followers might have initially guessed. According to The Love You Make, a book by former Beatles associate Peter Brown, prior to the Beatles’ India trip, the Maharishi was negotiating with lawyers for ABC about a TV special that would include an appearance by the band.

While John and Yoko were orbiting each other, McCartney was busy in his own world. Thomas (who eventually went on to produce Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols) was to enjoy something of a baptism of fire: George Harrison running around the studio with a flaming ashtray on his head ‘doing an Arthur Brown’ while Paul McCartney screamed ever more demented vocal takes for Helter Skelter. With the White Album, The Beatles delivered all the necessary components for what we now know as classic rock, but the disharmony that facilitated its birth proved fatal. As John Lennon himself acknowledged: The break-up of The Beatles can be heard on that album.

The Beatles – 1962-1966 (The Red Album), 1967-1970 (The Blue Album). The Beatles may have broken up but Beatlemania was alive and kicking in 1973 thanks to successful solo albums from each of the former Beatles. For years these albums were the only place to hear non-album singles like We Can Work It Out and Day Tripper as well as single versions of other tracks like Revolution and Let It Be. Later they became the first introduction to the band by generations who didn’t experience the ‘60s but by that time the merits of the music were no longer in doubt.

As Beatles writer Steve Turner put it, the song accurately guesses at some of the details of her life, completely accidentally. 47. While recording "All You Need Is Love", Harrison played a violin despite having never touched one. 48. The Our World broadcast on 1 June 1967 was the world's first satellite TV broadcast and was seen by an estimated 350 million people. 50. The front cover for the US-only album Yesterday and Today featured the band dressed as butchers, while holding cleavers, with disturbing dolls and pieces of meat surrounding them. There is a ( lengthy ) explanation but it appears to have been the photographer's idea, which the band apparently found funny. 51. Among the bizarre things that The Beatles' company, Apple, did was put out a single by the Black Dyke Mills Band, a well-respected brass band from West Yorkshire.

The album was recorded over nine non-consecutive days, between January and June 1964. In between the sporadic sessions The Beatles fulfilled their touring and filming commitments, with John Lennon and Paul McCartney writing some of their strongest songs to date. What's more, The Beatles refused to take the easy option and delve into their Cavern Club-era songbook, selecting some of the numerous cover versions in their repertoire to pad out the original compositions


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CYS 1061 Sex Beatles Well You Never... ‎(7", Single) Charly Records CYS 1061 UK 1979
BF 18708 Sex Beatles Well You Never... ‎(7", Single) Charly Records BF 18708 Germany 1980
144.724 Sex Beatles Well You Never... ‎(7") Charly Records 144.724 Netherlands 1979
10-2095 Sex Beatles Well You Never... ‎(7") Charly Records 10-2095 Spain 1979