The Beatles – Revolver

Written by on April 1, 2020

1st April 1966, John Lennon bought a copy of Timothy Leary's The Psychedelic Experience and The Tibetan Book Of The Dead, where he read near the beginning of the book's introduction; "When in doubt, relax, turn off your mind, float downstream," which captured Lennon's imagination and became the first line of 'Tomorrow Never Knows', (which he recorded 5 days later). https://www.thisdayinmusic.com/classi…/the-beatles-revolver/

The Beatles – Revolver

When released in August 1966, not everyone loved The Beatles seventh studio album, Revolver. Published in that week’s issue of the Disc and Music Echo magazine, the Kinks’ Ray Davies wrote a review of the


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