The Beatles: Revolver (1966)

It was only a matter of time before a Beatles album got put forward, and we have to say, it’s not easy picking out just one. However, Revolver is probably around the sweet spot in their careers, with definite signs of the different songwriting strands that eventually pulled them apart. It also marks the start of their studio experiments, introducing tape loops, reversed guitar solos, sitars and audio collage. This session was hosted by legendary psych-folk musician Simon Finn

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