2017-11-18do y'all see this do you just look at him and tell me you've seen something cuter you can't i'm sorry but it's not possible charliewattshttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/23734203_147033322690716_7230326062675132416_n.jpg2017-11-18
2017-11-18my dads been on this kick of trying to get me to confess to doing drugs or something ??? i was watching a doors documentary and he asked me if i had any lsd and then the other day i had a candle lit and he asked if i'd been blazing and that's why i had the candle going and then the next day i had a fuckin wATER BOTTLE and he asked me if it was a bong & and he's been dead serious every single time and i just don't get it i don't even do drugs charliewattskeithrichardshttps://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/23667795_1925926344101750_3528505114736197632_n.jpg2017-11-18
Nick ॐNick ॐ2017-11-18The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper vs The Rolling Stones’ Their Satanic Majesties Request. Both albums came out in 1967 and are the respected bands’ quintessential psychedelic albums.
For Sgt. Pepper, my favorite tracks are: A Day in the Life, Within You, Without You, and Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite. My least favorite are: The Title track (and subsequent reprise) and When I’m Sixty Four.
For Their Satanic Majesties Request, my favorite tracks are: 2000 Light Years From Home, She’s a Rainbow, Sing This All Together, and The Lantern. My least favorite tracks are: The opening to Side Two that bleeds into She’s a Rainbow and On With the Show.
I like both albums a lot. When analyzing them within the context of the time, The Beatles had a WAY bigger impact on music. However, I think Sgt. Pepper is over rated. It’s not The Beatles’ best album, lyrically speaking and production wise—I think that honor goes to Abbey Road. That speaking, two of my all time favorite Beatles songs are on this album (A Day in the Life and Within You, Without You). This album is still really great though. Whenever I play it, I sing along to all the songs. I do however find the 2017 stereo remix the best version of the album. The original stereo pressings aren’t that good. Now onto the Stones. I think TSMR is probably the Stones’ second best album, to Let it Bleed. This album is so magical. Unlike Sgt. Peppers, each track fits together and is more “concepty.” At times the orchestration can be muddy, when compared to George Martin’s, but I think that adds to the tone of psychedelia.
Over all, TSMR is a better psychedelic album-with it’s themes of magic and space, etc. However, Sgt. Pepper is an album that’s timeless. It’s songs of love and everyday events resonate.
I highly recommend both albums for any collection. If you don’t own a record player (or CD player, etc) check out these albums on Spotify or other streaming services. Decide which album is better for yourself. ✌🏻❤️ https://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/e35/23596113_894861554010001_1674967134393860096_n.jpg2017-11-18