3 Best Beatles Albums
Learning about the 3 best Beatles albums promises a lifelong adventure in the best music there is. The 3 best Beatles albums are difficult to choose from the body of work representing the Beatles. The inexplicable and uniquely talented partnership of Jonh Lennon and Paul McCartney gave the Beatles the beginnings of signature musicianship and songwriting. However, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, while not as prominently featured, would still in their own right offer powerful contributions. With innovative production, a combination of four distinct styles along with provocative and compelling lyrics any substandard Beatles album still excels musically. A random pick of the 3 best of the Beatles albums would offer a magical mystery tour for anyone who appreciates inventive rock and roll.
- "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is unarguably is one the best Beatles Albums. Considered revolutionary in musical composition, the album offered ground breaking production ideas as well as vocal talent of the Fab Four. Premised on the idea of creating an alter-ego or alias band, the concept extended to a couple of songs and the movie "Sgt Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band". Iconic hit songs surfaced from Sgt Pepper such as the title song, "A Little Help From My Friends", the psychedelic, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds","A Day in the Life","Penny Lane",and "Yellow Submarine". The album mixed musical styles,that included jazz,classical,pop,and along with a marked East Indian influence from George Harrison. Classical and rock styles were often found with in one song with dramatic changes of time signatures. "Sgt Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band" is considered an experimental and ground breaking album.
- "Abbey Road" represents the eleventh studio effort of the Beatles. Strife, personality clashes and infighting would make Abbey Road the last album recorded by the group before disbanding. John Lennon, involved with the Plastic Ono Band, showcased "The Ballad of John and Yoko", one of the songs in "Abbey Road", which pointed towards the evolving sound of the Plastic Ono Band. Similarly, Ringo Starr's contribution of "Octpus's Garden" with assistance from George Harrison would open the way to more collaborative efforts in a solo career for Starr. Some of the songs included in the album were "She came in the Bathroom Window", "Come Together," and "Here Comes the Sun". These became hits as well as favorites of fans and other rock musicians.
- "Magical Mystery Tour" us undeniably one of the three best Beatles albums. "Penny Lane", "All You need is Love", and "Strawberry Fields" are some of the extraordinary tracks that emerged from the "Magical Mystery Tour" album. Produced as an accompaniment to the movie, "Magical Mystery Tour" received only a lukewarm reception. But songs like "I am the Walrus", with whimsical, abstract and poetic lyrics from John Lennon, along with McCartney's wonderfully crafted verse of irony in "Hello Goodbye" brand the album as one of the best Beatles's albums. The title track "The Magical Mystery Tour" showcases the signature harmonies and exciting compelling.