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    "Eleanor Rigby" was important in the Beatles' evolution from a pop, live-performance band to a more experimental, studio-orientated band, though the track contains little studio trickery. In a interview, Pete Townshend of The Who commented, "I think 'Eleanor Rigby' was a very important musical move forward. It certainly inspired me to.
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    Paul Mccartney Back To The Egg records, LPs and CDs.
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    Apr 07,  · The song's piano groove was based on an Etta James record, and producer Miller — "Mr. Jimmy" in the Jagger lyric — subbed for Charlie Watts when .
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Best Of Eleanor Rigby Volume Two on Discogs. Label: Future Legend Records - FLEG.7 • Format: Vinyl Picture Disc, LP, Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Mod3/5(5).
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    Limited edition gram, audiophile vinyl LP pressing of this album from the Fab Four comes housed in replicated artwork. The masterpiece features The Beatles at their most individually creative peaks. John is delving into the drug scene and sound. Paul is orchestrating sophisticated, layered pop.
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    Vinyl, Released by Black Pumas, in genre Rock & Pop, on 10/09/Missing: Eleanor Rigby.
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    Album Summary: On this album the Beatles turn into pysch rock: Music Genre: Beat, Psych: Trivia: Each of the Beatles take turns to do the lead vocals on a specific song: Album Production: Produced by George Martin, Cover design: Klaus Voormann, Photography: Robert Whitaker: Label Information: ODEON 2C Vinyl Record Format: 12" LP.
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    Jan 12,  · Comparatively, overall album sales (vinyl LP, CD, digital, cassette, etc.) in fell percent to million. Vinyl LP sales accounted for percent of all album sales in (
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    #19 - Record World #23 - Cashbox. By comparison her first hit on the USA Billboard R&B chart was in October and her 99th hit on that chart was in October Aretha's version of ELEANOR RIGBY sounds rather strange as the melody line present in the original Beatles recording is all but gone. Respect to the queen of soul nonetheless.