Anyone else notice how the Beatles '67-'68 output was far more experimental than anything else they ever put out, and even in their solo car...

Anyone else notice how the Beatles '67-'68 output was far more experimental than anything else they ever put out, and even in their solo careers none of them made anything like that again? Even by the time Abbey Road came out they seemed uninterested in experimenting the same way anymore.

Anyone ever discover the exact reason for this? Yeah we all know about the trip to India and the LSD, but they were doing LSD for several years since they were teens, maybe it's not just that?

  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Cranberry Sauce.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Blame Paul, he wanted to return to lame granny shit after white album

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    George Martin.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Electronic Sound, Wedding Album and the first two McCartney albums are all experimental.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    No anon absolutely no one noticed

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >implying Temporary Secretary is not experimental

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What do you guys think about this? When it came out, everyone was cumming all over it in reviews saying how wonderful it was and how "beatlesque" it sounded. Paul said using a fake name on this was the biggest mistake of his career, And then it was completely forgotten. What do you think?

      Music in the mid 60s was an arms race to get the next big thing, and the Beatles pretty much won with Sgt Pepper's, MMT was a TV special EP soundtrack with the rest of their 67 songs.

      Its the equivalent of everyone making memes all at once and they made the best meme but 2 years later that meme is completely forgotten and people sit around and say "how did they make such good memes in 2019 but now its 2022 and they dont make good ones anymore"

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    What do you guys think about this? When it came out, everyone was cumming all over it in reviews saying how wonderful it was and how "beatlesque" it sounded. Paul said using a fake name on this was the biggest mistake of his career, And then it was completely forgotten. What do you think?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Pretty good. It’s probably the best Fireman album but I kinda prefer Rushes. Anything is better than their debut at the very least

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >LSD
    All of them were cold turkey by the time they made mystery tour though, Blue Jay way is actually about how jarring the junky filled street was to a sober beatle.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      The Beatles allgedley "Quite" drugs AFTER MMT, and Blue Jay Way is about how he tried looking for a friend's house in Laurel Canyon on a very foggy night.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        At the height of the Summer of Love and the popularity of the band's Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album,[21] Harrison, Taylor and their small entourage visited the international "hippie capital" of Haight-Ashbury, in San Francisco,[22] on 7 August.[23] Harrison had expected to encounter an enlightened community engaged in artistic pursuits[24][25] and working to create a viable alternative lifestyle;[26][27] instead, he was disappointed that Haight-Ashbury appeared to be populated by drug addicts, dropouts and "hypocrites".[28][29] Following his return to England two days later,[23] Harrison completed work on "Blue Jay Way" at his home in Esher,[14] and he shared his disillusionment about Haight-Ashbury with John Lennon.[27] The Beatles then publicly denounced the popular hallucinogen LSD (or "acid") and other drugs[6]

        Tl;dr: kill yourself you inbred soiencetard.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          yeah, dude, blue jay way is totes an anti LSD song

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It is. Cope, dilate and seethe.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/jOnLMQv.jpg

          Anyone else notice how the Beatles '67-'68 output was far more experimental than anything else they ever put out, and even in their solo careers none of them made anything like that again? Even by the time Abbey Road came out they seemed uninterested in experimenting the same way anymore.

          Anyone ever discover the exact reason for this? Yeah we all know about the trip to India and the LSD, but they were doing LSD for several years since they were teens, maybe it's not just that?

          If Brian released SMILE in January 1967 like the original plan he would've beat Sgt Pepper by a few months and came out supreme

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            See the last reply in

            George said that Blue Jay Way had nothing to do with his trip to the Haight-Ashbury district. It is not related.
            [...]
            No.
            It's simply a song about getting lost in a fog, trying to find somebody's house. George had even said so in interviews.
            [...]
            Sorry but you are also wrong
            [...]
            SMILE, if released on time, as scheduled, and the way Brian originally heard it in his head would've given Sgt. Pepper a damn good run for it's money, but I like both equally, so I can't say that one is superior to the other.

            >Listens to Strawberry Fields Forever once...

            I totally fucked up that post.
            I need some coffee!

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The Doors was released in Jan 1967 and was on Paul's mind when writing Sgt. Pepper, and was superior to anything Paul, Brian or their respective bands ever released anyway.

            • 3 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              Good take, the thing with the doors it's that for 5 albums their sounds doesn't change or the songwrittinh improves that much after strange days

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          George said that Blue Jay Way had nothing to do with his trip to the Haight-Ashbury district. It is not related.

          yeah, dude, blue jay way is totes an anti LSD song

          No.
          It's simply a song about getting lost in a fog, trying to find somebody's house. George had even said so in interviews.

          It is. Cope, dilate and seethe.

          Sorry but you are also wrong

          It is. Cope, dilate and seethe.

          SMILE, if released on time, as scheduled, and the way Brian originally heard it in his head would've given Sgt. Pepper a damn good run for it's money, but I like both equally, so I can't say that one is superior to the other.

          >Listens to Strawberry Fields Forever once...

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            He was off to a good start
            >Elenor Rigby - Aug 66
            >Good Vibrations - Oct 66
            >huge hit
            >most of SMILE was recorded by December 31
            >couldve released a single in Jan-Mar 67
            >Strawberry fields comes out in Feb 67
            >blow 1
            >Brian really doesnt do much for a few months
            >Sgt Pepper - May 67
            >blow 2
            >It takes the Beach boys all the way till JULY 67 (9 months) to get the next single out and by then it was too late and it fizzed out before the album even came out

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Because they were a fake band who was having a hard time stealing from black musicians like they did before

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Music in the mid 60s was an arms race to get the next big thing, and the Beatles pretty much won with Sgt Pepper's, MMT was a TV special EP soundtrack with the rest of their 67 songs.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    But The Beatles were well into their 20s when they did LSD.
    John and George first did it in 1965.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I really like this Fool on the hill cover

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    Nice and soothing compared to the original with its crazy recorder solo. Their melodies are good even without the "Beatles" sound to them.

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