The Beatles “Love”
A forgotten yet hidden treasure of
songs compiled by the 5th Beatle
himself and refaced into what’s
called The Beatles –Love.”
ALBUM REVIEW - By: James A. McDonnell - MusicWire Magazine Album Review
Sarasota,FL - On the dawn of the fifth anniversary of the Beatles “Love” compilation, I felt compelled to share my thoughts on why I consider this remix to be the best Album to date.
I know, you are probably asking yourself…“So what makes the Beatles love album so memorable and remarkable?”
Perhaps the reason lies in the fact that it features the one and only fifth Beatle. No this gentlemen or may we call him: Knight, didn’t overdub new instruments or transgress his soul through history like a time machine placing himself behind the microphone next to John or Paul. Nearly 42 years after their arrival at JFK in NYC, he was allowed to add himself in the mix.
Ok Beatle-fans, I know you are aware of whom I speak…Sir George Martin was the magic behind this remix of what we call Beatles Love.For Every second of every song, you can see just how vital he was during the innovation period of music called the 60’s. Most any new Beatles material is automatically assumed, great, additionally greeted with Love by the same old fans and new ones that sprout up each New Year.
So let us begin with just a few tracks, “From the Beginning.”
"A Day in the Life" remix feels like a monsoon of music thrown at you as if a curveball headed
for your brain cells - it swirls around the room and envelops the listener in a manner that no-