Download And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles - Revolver (CD, Album)

Label: Parlophone - C2 46441 • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Pop Rock


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9 Replies to “ And Your Bird Can Sing - The Beatles - Revolver (CD, Album) ”

  1. 'Taxman,' 'Here, There and Everywhere,' 'And Your Bird Can Sing,' 'Good Day Sunshine,' I could go on, are all stellar songs most bands would pray to have in their neglected back catalogue. Even the sitar, Eastern psychedelic duo of 'Love You To' and closer 'Tomorrow Never Knows' sound perfectly in place in the album. Basically, it's all good/5(K).
  2. Other standouts are the melodic 'And Your Bird Can Sing', and 'Tomorrow Never Knows', a magnificent experimental closer and largely considered to be one of the greatest songs of its time. Both of these have Ringo on vocal, as well as the children's sing-along hit 'Yellow Submarine', possibly the best known track on the album, and even this fits /5(K).
  3. Dec 08,  · Revolver was the first album on which The Beatles without inhibitions experimenting. The first song she immediately put the recordings show. Tomorrow Never Knows, that eventually the album shutter would be accumulated from loops, was a drone, inspired by Indian music, with a text directly from the Tibetan Book Of The Death of hippie guru Timothy Leary/5(38).
  4. And Your Bird Can Sing: 9: For No One: Doctor Robert: I Want To Tell You: Got To Get You Into My Life: Tomorrow Never Knows: Revolver Documentary: Additional Track Information Revolver album for sale.
  5. And Your Bird Can Sing Lead Vocals – John Lennon: A3: Dr. Robert Lead Vocals – John Lennon: A4: I Want To Tell You Lead Vocals – George Harrison: A5: Taxman Lead Vocals – George Harrison: A6: I'm Only Sleeping Lead Vocals – John Lennon: A7: Yellow Submarine Lead Vocals – Ringo Starr: B1: Eleanor Rigby Lead Vocals – Paul McCartney.
  6. You can't hear me. " And Your Bird Can Sing " is a song by the Beatles, released on their album Revolver in the United Kingdom and on Yesterday and Today in the United States. The songwriting credit is Lennon–McCartney, though the song was written primarily by John Lennon. However, Paul McCartney claims to have helped on the lyric, estimating the song as "" to Lennon.
  7. Jul 22,  · And Your Bird Can Sing is a song from The Beatles' album, Revolver. There is a regular version and one where Lennon and McCartney laugh hysterically.
  8. The latest Beatles album 'Revolver' certainly has new sounds and new ideas, and should cause plenty of argument among fans as to whether it is as good as or better than previous efforts. One thing seems certain to me - you'll soon all be singing about a 'Yellow Submarine'.
  9. “ And Your Bird Can Sing ” is a song by the Beatles, released on their album Revolver in the United Kingdom and on Yesterday and Today in the United States. The song was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. Paul McCartney claims to have helped on the lyrics, however, estimating the song to be “80–20” to Lennon.

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