If you were to create a list of the top 10 albums of all time the usual suspects would be there. Fleetwood Mac with Rumours, The Beach Boys with Pet Sounds and even Nirvana with Nevermind. As music is subjective and open to different interpretation from listeners each list is different. With that said, there is one album that is consistently on top. That album is Revolver by The Beatles.
Revolver was released in the UK on August 5th, 1966 and in the US three days later. With the release of this album, it was very evident that rock and roll was changing. It showed that the slow change’s society was undertaking in the 60’s was taking hold and ready to break through. Songs such as “Tomorrow Never Knows” and “Eleanor Rigby” showed that the formula producers and artists used to create rock up to that point could be altered.
Music is not just background noise. It’s meant to be enjoyed and appreciated, the rhythms and lyrics meant to occupy a space in your mind that overshadows the hectic craziness. The music industry has done a good job in keeping up with our crazy lives offering convenience in delivery and catchy songs that come in and out of style as quickly as fad diets and fashion trends, but at what cost? When is the last time you have sat down and listened to an album that you love? When is the last time you have felt your music? READ MORE