The Beatles (The White Album) (album) by The Beatles
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An album about falls and hope, four people that doesn´t get along very well made an album with all sorts of twists and turns, really beautiful how from hate came this.
This album is, to me, underwhelming. Some of the songs are amazing, but as a whole it really is kind of unimpressive. This album is, also in my opinion, a bit less accessible than their other albums, which I'm fine with, but when there is not quite so much to access, I find it hard to appreciate it so much.
One of the weirdest and one of the best albums I've ever heard.
The first half of the album contains some of the The Beatles' best songs. (While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Happiness is a Warm Gun, Dear Prudence). Sprinkled throughout the rest of the album are some other amazing hits (Helter Skelter, Me and My Monkey, Sexy Sadie, Revolution). However for every great song there is a stinker. (Wild Honey Pie, Good Night, Don't Pass Me By). There were many great Harrison and Lennon songs rejected from the album that would end up in their solo careers. (Jealous Guy, Not Guilty, All things Must Pass). I still love this album, but wish it was more refined. As a single album it would be much higher in my favourite Beatles' releases.
A great diverse album where each Beatle stands on his own. Both the strength and the weakness of the album, as we have a lot of diversity and playing around, but miss a little bit of the band magic that we hear on Rubber Soul and Revolver. They went back to being a perfect foursome for their swan song "Abbey Road".
I think it's easy to argue that if this record had been distilled into 15 or even 20 songs, that it would have been the Beatles' greatest...
...however, it is the Beatles' greatest album anyway. The White Album feels like a novel of a record -- a psychedelic folksy journey through the individual oddities of Paul, John, and George that plays out like a landscape more than a carefully constructed record. Like a great book, like real life, the White Album mixes some strangeness and regrettable moments among the great to give the sense of a journey.
The sheer brilliance of tracks like While My Guitar Gently Weeps and Blackbird are juxtaposed by strange little ditties like Rocky Raccoon, Piggies, and Honey Pie. And while sure, they could have been cut from the album, I wouldn't have it any other way.
Highlights: While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Helter Skelter, Blackbird, Mother Nature's Son, I'm So Tired, Happiness Is A Warm Gun
The White Album is definitely one of The Beatles weirdest albums. One of Beatles most eclectic releases. The album can be pretentious at times, but it's definitely one of the defining moments of their career.
A wonderful album. though it does drag on in places. I think if it were just disc one, it might have been the greatest beatles album. Side two gets bloated. But that doesnt prevent it from being a superb album overall.
Very difficult for me to pick a favorite Beatles album, because I honestly love them all almost equally. I think what I especially like about the White album though is that it's not exactly a solid album, so you kinda feel all of Beatles's phases while still listening to breathtaking tracks.
Anyone else get the feeling that around 67/68, John somewhat lost his ear for melody? I feel Paul's songs here are overwhelmingly stronger than John's. Good album though.
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