Why is Revolution 9 so weird?

Why is Revolution 9 so weird?

Both the piano theme and the “number nine” loop recur many times during the piece, serving as a motif. Lennon later said of the track and its production: Revolution 9 was an unconscious picture of what I actually think will happen when it happens; just like a drawing of a revolution. All the thing was made with loops.

When did The Beatles record Revolution?

Revolution (Beatles song)

“Revolution 1”
Released 22 November 1968
Recorded 30–31 May and 4 & 21 June 1968
Studio EMI, London
Genre Blues

Who was the first band to make a video?

The first video ever played on the network was quite ironic — “Video Killed The Radio Star” by The Buggles. Though virtually unknown in the States, The Buggles would be reborn and become one of the biggest one-hit wonders of all time thanks in large part to the “Video Killed The Radio Star” music video airing on MTV.

What was the first music video by The Beatles?

The first music video: “Help!” was filmed in black and white. On 22 April 1965 Richard Lester shot The Beatles performing the song at Twickenham Film Studios in London. The black and white clip, meant to simulate a television performance, served two purposes.

When was the first pop video?

Thus, technically they are music videos. The first music video as we know it today, was Tony Bennett’s “Stranger in Paradise”(1953) (cannot find it online).

What was the Beatles greatest hits?

Queen’s compilation has been named the UK’s most-streamed album from the 1970s,1980s and 1990s

  • Other big hit ablums include Fleetwood Mac’s famous 1977 Rumours record
  • Oasis’ 1994 album Definitely Maybe also ranked highly in the streaming tables
  • What was Beatles biggest hit?


  • ‘Yes It Is’
  • ‘Long,Long,Long’
  • ‘All I’ve Got to Do’
  • ‘Within You Without You’
  • ‘Any Time at All’
  • ‘You Won’t See Me’
  • ‘Sexy Sadie’
  • ‘Dig a Pony’
  • ‘Every Little Thing’
  • What are the top 20 Beatles songs?

    Your list may be different, but that’s only because there are so many fabulous songs to pick from. Guess that’s why they called them “The Fab Four.” Here’s our picks: 20. “Hey Jude,” single (1968): You want to say it’s McCartney’s ultimate pop moment, but in all honesty there were several. With Lennon’s behavior erratic, McCartney tried to step up, but in this distressing environment his diplomatic skills sometimes failed him.

    What are the best songs from the Beatles?

    Please Please Me (1963)

  • With the Beatles (1963)
  • A Hard Day’s Night (1964)
  • Beatles for Sale (1964)
  • Help! (1965)
  • Rubber Soul (1965)
  • Revolver (1966)
  • Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)
  • Magical Mystery Tour (1967)
  • The Beatles (“The White Album”,1968)