Abbey Road (Remastered) - The Beatles

Abbey Road (Remastered)

The Beatles

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1969-09-26
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • This Compilation ℗ 2009 Calderstone Productions Limited (a division of Universal Music G

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Come Together The Beatles 4:18 USD 1.29
2
Something The Beatles 3:02 USD 1.29
3
Maxwell's Silver Hammer The Beatles 3:27 USD 1.29
4
Oh! Darling The Beatles 3:27 USD 1.29
5
Octopus's Garden The Beatles 2:50 USD 1.29
6
I Want You (She's So Heavy) The Beatles 7:47 USD 1.29
7
Here Comes The Sun The Beatles 3:05 USD 1.29
8
Because The Beatles 2:45 USD 1.29
9
You Never Give Me Your Money The Beatles 4:02 USD 1.29
10
Sun King The Beatles 2:26 USD 1.29
11
Mean Mr Mustard The Beatles 1:06 USD 1.29
12
Polythene Pam The Beatles 1:12 USD 1.29
13
She Came In Through The Bathro The Beatles 1:58 USD 1.29
14
Golden Slumbers The Beatles 1:31 USD 1.29
15
Carry That Weight The Beatles 1:36 USD 1.29
16
The End The Beatles 2:21 USD 1.29
17
Her Majesty The Beatles 0:23 USD 1.29
18
Abbey Road (Documentary) The Beatles 3:52 USD 1.49

Reviews

  • Yeah

    5
    By djvdubcg
    Yeah
  • Oof

    5
    By ShadowRamx
    Oof
  • The Beatles

    5
    By 6tens
    ‘Nuff said
  • The Best Final Album Ever

    5
    By TysNDice
    1. Come Together: You’d almost think that these guys weren’t at each other’s throats at all based on how much of a solid unit they sound like here. Each member uses their best abilities to contribute to this track - John’s vocals are amazing, Paul’s bass line is iconic, George’s closing guitar is great, and Ringo rocks the drums. 10/10 2. Something: George Harrison proved in this album that he was as capable a songwriter as John and Paul at this point, and this song is proof. It is a love song that almost reminds you of their early days, but is even better. The lyrics makes you fall in love all over again with each listen, Paul’s bass line is beautiful, George’s slide guitar is a perfect touch, John’s minimal but still necessary contribution on piano, and Ringo’s smooth intro makes you realize that it’s no wonder that this is the second-most covered song of all time. 10/10 3. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer: After the lush, breathtaking ending of Something, this song throws you for a complete loop. Paul makes his entrance to the album with a song about a serial killer who preys on innocent women, and miraculously makes it sound like a children’s song that is fun as hell to listen to. It’s obviously a joke (you can clearly hear him laughing in the second verse), but is like a nice breather from the heart-wrenching first two tracks. 8/10 4. Oh! Darling: Paul’s best vocal of his Beatles career. It is pretty repetitive, but a what else do you expect from a song about pleading your love to come back to you? 9/10 5. Octopus’ Garden: One of a very few songs in the Beatles catalog that Ringo wrote. It has pretty psychedelic imagery in its lyrics, but you can tell just by listening that the Beatles had so much fun recording it. Their harmonies are reminiscent of their early days and it’s overall a welcoming track. 8/10 6: I Want You (She’s So Heavy): About 80% of the song’s lyrics are in its title, but it’s the repetitiveness that makes it that much more sincere and, well, heavy. John is screaming his lungs out here, and all the members contribute to the track extensively. You definitely have to be in a certain mood t hear it all the way through, though. 9/10 7: Here Comes the Sun: Another flawless song from George. It is full of optimism and happiness, something a Beatles fan in particular is happy to hear on the band’s final working project. His vocals are amazing, and it still sounds fresh to this day. 10/10 8. Because: a hauntingly beautiful track that showcases the iconic harmony that defined their earlier work at its greatest. Instrumentally, it is the most stripped back song on the entire album, but it still showcases most of the members’ full potential as a singing unit. 10/10 9 - 17. The Abbey Road Medley: WOW. What a way to close out the career of the greatest band to ever exist. The medley, which was Paul’s initial idea, combines songs that have nothing to do with one another but threads them seamlessly regardless. The short songs are a rollercoaster of emotions, but most of them are optimistic. Golden Slumbers in the standout. 10/10 Even though Let it Be was the final album released by the Beatles, this was the final one made, and what a closer for the best band of all time.

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