During the 1980s, George Harrison revealed what he thought of many of The Beatles’ songs. Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. George said he liked half the songs on the album and hated the other half. Next, he discussed how he felt about other famous Beatles albums.
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During the 1987 interview Entertainment Weekly, Chris Willman asked George if it was easy to discuss the Beatles so long after the band broke up. “Yes,” replied George. “[For a while] We only started thinking about growth. But we helped each other through incredibly heavy times.”
Willman asked George if he believed Sergeant Pepper a special album. “There’s about half the track I love and the other half I can’t stand,” said George. “I like most of side 1…. and I love ‘A Day in the Life,’ and I also love the little Indian that I did, which is really weird and unique.” The latter appears to be “Within You Without You”, a song written by George that is derived from Indian classical music. The song served as a precursor to many of George’s solo songs, which drew much from Eastern music.
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George Harrison was not impressed by many of The Beatles’ songs
George wasn’t a big fan of the other songs. Sergeant Pepper. “But there’s a lot of them out there — ‘Fixing a Hole’ and ‘When I’m Sixty-Four’ — that are just average to me,” George said. It is notable that George stated that he could not stand half the songs on the album, but never specified which songs were so bad that he could not stand them. George only described “fixing a hole” and “when I’m sixty-four” as the middle.
George then discussed how he felt about many of the Beatles’ later albums. “I like rubber Soul And revolver, in fact,” he revealed. “I like some of these white album a lot; Everything else is fine, but I don’t think it’s so special. But even if what they’re talking about Sergeant Pepper It’s wrong to have the biggest record ever, I’m glad they’re saying it about one of our records and not someone else’s, you know.
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During the interview, George said that people believed Sergeant Pepper Greatest album ever. This attitude persisted till the 21st century. in 2003, Rolling stone It has been ranked number 1 on the list of the greatest albums of all time.
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in 2020, Rolling stone Along with Marvin Gaye, the album ranked number 24 on the list of greatest albums of all time. Whats up at number 1. The highest ranked Beatles album on the list was Abbey Road, which reached number 5. George didn’t think Sergeant Pepper The album was the biggest of all time, and Rolling Stone eventually agreed with that assessment.