For No One (track) by The Beatles
For No One appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
Revolver (this album) (1966), The Beatles Box Set (compilation) (1988), Love Songs (compilation) (1977), The Beatles In Mono (compilation) (2009).
|The Beatles 1966 For No One Sonora Sheet Music (Scandinavia)
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One of those beautiful ballads by the Beatles.
Solid song, love the horn part :)
Along with, here,there and everywhere, for no one, is one of the highlights of the superb Revolver album, and like that other track, one of Paul McCartney's greatest compositions. It's obvious by the time we get to the Beatles seventh album that McCartney is now finally an equal to John Lennon. Before Revolver, Paul always seemed to be in the shadow of his senior bandmate, but by 1966, it's clear that McCartney was now competing at the same level. For no one, is one of the songs which is evidence to this. It's a beautiful creation, which incidentally, Emmylou Harris recorded an absolutely beautiful version of on her classic 1975 album, Pieces of the sky. A lovely song, in my Beatles top ten.
One of the highlights of the album
Great lyrics and the solo just shows how accomplished McCartney already was as a composer at that time.
It's an amazing song; really McCartney at his creative peak for me.
For me it's the most underrated Beatles song of all time and probably in my top 10
With The Beatles they have that knack of having you listen to every word and be overwhelmed after. Another classic!
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