Love You To (track) by The Beatles
Love You To appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
- Revolver (track #4) (this album) (1966)
- The Beatles Box Set (track #93) (compilation) (1988)
- Yellow Submarine Songtrack (track #4) (compilation) (1999)
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I remember when I first bought this album,I wasn't that keen on this track. It's a real grower.
George Harrison succeeds more and more in reconciling Western pop with Indian music after a few very flawed and extremely amateurish attempts ("Norwegian Wood"). The tempo acceleration at the end does not sound convincing, but overall it is an interesting song that, like "Tomorrow Never Knows", almost arises from nothing. Damn, this album is varied but also very consistent. Unfortunately, it also has low points (Dr. Robert, ... sigh). In any case, this album must have sounded particularly innovative and surprising to the modern listener from 1966.
One of my favourite tracks on the album. I had the citar melody stuck in my head for months before finally discovering where it came from.
Underrated. I love this song
One of the weaker tracks on Revolver, which doesn't say much as every track on Revolver is great IMO. But I like how it contributes to the variety that makes Revolver so good. "Within You Without You" from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is allot better though.
One of the best sitar songs ever ;) Brave departure from the rest of the album, but still feels like it fits into the whole!
George Harrison's first foray into Indian music, although of course he did play a sitar on John Lennon's Norwegian wood on the Rubber soul album a year before. It's a stunning track, it was totally unexpected at the time, and although there may be better songs on the Revolver album, you can't deny the courage of this track, especially when you consider this is just a year after Harrison wrote, I need you, and, you like me too much. Love you too, is an essential part of the Revolver experience. Well, they all are, aren't they?
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This song made me reel back when I first listened to this album, YEARS ago. Such a ridiculous departure from 'Love Me Do'.
Never before have I listened so enthusiastically to a song that consists mainly of a sitar!
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