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The Beatles — Eleanor Rigby/Julia
Album: Love
Avg rating:
8

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Total ratings: 196









Released: 2006
Length: 3:03
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denmom wrote:
Feh.


 
tony620d wrote:


Meh.
 
Neh.

Yeh.
Nice Mixture of 2 great Beatles tunes! The makers of the Love album did a pretty good job!
garoo1980 wrote:
Of course you're entitled to your opinion. I know the originals absolutely note for note. This is a great new spin that makes them all sound fresh. Really makes you appreciate how good they really are
::pictures an alternate universe where what we know as the originals and Love were swapped, and ponders everyones comments in that reality::
What-the-f... Hey! I think I like this!?! My first taste of this album, and triple-spoonful, too. Thanks, Bill! Man, on that first cut (Get Back) before my mind settled into the idea that I was listening to a mega-remix, I tell you all those snippets from all those different classics really had my head scrambling in several different directions. Then I lost tally of all the components and simply enjoyed the ride.
garoo1980 wrote:
Of course you're entitled to your opinion. I know the originals absolutely note for note. This is a great new spin that makes them all sound fresh. Really makes you appreciate how good they really are
I totally agree with you.
Three cuts in a row from "Love." Yes! Will we see more?
DTCrockett wrote:
I prefer the originals. Please put 'Love' back on the shelf.
Of course you're entitled to your opinion. I know the originals absolutely note for note. This is a great new spin that makes them all sound fresh. Really makes you appreciate how good they really are
This album is one of the best musical treats I've had since I discovered The Pixies 20 years late.
I prefer the originals. Please put 'Love' back on the shelf.
I always tune in just missing the Beatles...keep them spinning...... :music:
I forget how simply fantastic these guys were ... just imagine what kind of work they could have done with computers and technology now adays I would love to see what Beethoven or Buddy Holy could do with todays technology
That 'Julia' reprise is so subtle and short which I'm not sure is good or bad. I think I would like to hear more of 'Julia' mixed in at the end since it's one of my favorite Lennon-penned songs.
the kings!! :crown: :crown: :crown: :crown:
pozvale tony620d wrote:
Meh.
denmom wrote:
Feh.
Meh.
What is all the crappy background noise? Trying to like this, but I dunno - the world has enough tohubohu these days. Always wanted to use that word! (;
Feh.
tony620d wrote:
yeah we get it. they are mixed up with lots of fades. this dog and pony show is a lame rehash for sucker$$$ hahaha...
Not quite...the whole album runs together as a nearly seamless piece of music - it's quite remarkably done, and particularly the "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite/She's So Heavy" combo - the most awesomely conceived transition between two Beatles tracks on different albums.
optimusprime10 wrote:
well. . . why don't we just listen to the gray album?
Cause this isn't lame?
Beatles revival?
yeah we get it. they are mixed up with lots of fades. this dog and pony show is a lame rehash for sucker$$$ hahaha...
well... why don't we just listen to the gray album?
I'Ve decided that I really like the interface between Glass Onion and this. It all ties together rather well. Plus I've always loved Eleanor Rigby. A solid 8 for me.
Well, the original is a 10 for me, and this is just as good, so 10 here, too.
headphones off for this set
anniebear wrote:
bah
meh
redtex wrote:
Hmmmm....still thinking.
me too
Hmmmm....still thinking.
Stingray wrote:
Didn't you notice this is "new" Beatles stuff....? Heard it for the first time tonight and, truely, it's great! Crisper, different, newer - just wonderful! And "George" is already 80 years old! Amazing guy!!! Had the Beatles without him really the same Beatles? John and Paul composed - "George" did the rest! The new album confirms that one more time! Great stuff - play more, Bill, please! ------------------------------------------------ I grew up in the 50/60's. I know every note of every Beatles album. I thought this was great too. Thoroughly delightful & fresh.
Fantastic. I like to think of this album as "John Lennon's "Pychedelic Dream Tape." No doubt he would be on to something else, as he was, but certainly believe he would like this. But, Tomorrow Never Knows. Does it?
I am a John/George fan, so this particular selection doesn't turn me on, but this is a fantastic album! I am really impressed with the remixing of Ringo's drums, and how much they add to the songs. If you're a Beatles fan, do not hesitate to buy.
One of the greats. :daisy:
ty was broken when I heard
bah
oh yeah, now Im SURE Bill is having his Beatles revenge on us all. Im sorry Bill, I will not slight the Beatles again. I promise. :D
... hell is this
Didn't you notice this is "new" Beatles stuff....? Heard it for the first time tonight and, truely, it's great! Crisper, different, newer - just wonderful! And "George" is already 80 years old! Amazing guy!!! Had the Beatles without him really the same Beatles? John and Paul composed - "George" did the rest! The new album confirms that one more time! Great stuff - play more, Bill, please! Stingray!
ahhhh........The yellow submarine!!!
Interesting... the vocals are only in one channel in the original, in both channels on this.
jsjacob wrote:
I LOVE THIS SONG!
Wait 10 seconds -- it'll change.
I LOVE THIS SONG!