Here Comes The Sun (track) by The Beatles
Here Comes The Sun appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
- Abbey Road (track #7) (this album) (1969)
- 1967-1970 (track #22) (compilation) (1973)
- The Beatles Box Set (track #182) (compilation) (1988)
- The Beatles Ballads (track #15) (compilation) (1980)
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I know a couple of anti beatles types who say this is the only beatles song they like. Great summer song
Love it as an opener to Side 2. One of George's best ever songs.
Incrível viagem nas cordas de Harrison!
What exactly makes this not a good melody?
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I used to look at this song as just another pop song, but its truly beautiful and a magnificent blend of psychedelia, folk, and pop.
The second great George song on the album. Never fails to put me in a good mood.
Even though this is such an old fogey "dad" piece and everyone at the grocery store I worked at in high school made fun of it to no end when it would play on the "oldies" station - it's George freaking Harrison writing an all time great iconic song.
You just have to love this song! Such an upbeat, positive vibe to it :)
The other George Harrison classic on Abbey road. It's another perfect piece of pop and one of the best songs on the album. In truth the optimism and positivity the song suggests is completely at odds with the less than harmonious atmosphere in the studio at the time, still, it's a beautiful creation and also further proof that Harrison was now finally the equal to Lennon and McCartney.
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