The Beatles

The Beatles was the remarkable work of the four young loving lads from Liverpool. John Lennon, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, and Paul McCartney formed the band which gained the wide popularity for forming the most influential music band.  The Beatles released their double studio album in 1968 which was named as “The White Album.” This album is the quixotic mess, glorious and the combined work of the 30 great songs.  This album was dubbed for its stark white cover after their longtime manager was dead and they found themselves cut to a different world.

The album that reflects the band

The Beatles

Vietnam War was ongoing in the year 1968, and several assassinations had taken place at that time, but the music scene was breaking the new grounds. In the same year, while the team of four was studying transcendental meditation in India. After they returned to Britain, they gathered and banged the demo of about 20 songs, most of which were written on acoustic guitar.  Later on, there was some conflict in the band, so in the album, there are some of the solo songs like “Mother Nature’s Son” and “Julia”. Group songs include “Happiness Is a Warm Gun”, “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and “Helter Skelter”. Due to the solo songs, Lennon has considered this album as the work of the four solo artists.

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