8 thoughts on “ The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever / Penny Lane (Vinyl) ”

  1. this is an original 45 rpm vinyl single record by the beatles called "penny lane/strawberry fields forever", & it's on the yellow & orange swirl capitol "dome" label # in mono. Product details Vinyl5/5(5).
  2. " Strawberry Fields Forever " is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. It was released on 13 February as a double A-side single with " Penny Lane ". It represented a departure from the group's previous singles and a novel listening experience for the contemporary pop parmalmchysitarisoquatthochcudaro.xyzinfo: Psychedelic rock, art pop, progressive pop, .
  3. Jun 11,  · Vinyl 7" Odeon / EAR Penny Lane / Strawberry Fields Forever 45 rpm, Mono. Vinyl 7" Capitol / X Strawberry Fields Forever / Penny Lane 45 rpm. Vinyl 7" Odeon / Y. Strawberry Fields Forever / Penny Lane 45 rpm. Vinyl 7" Parlophone / /5(20).
  4. May 05,  · On some days 'Strawberry Fields Forever' is my favorite song of all time; the melody is so gorgeous, the arrangement so perfect, the vocal so wistful and hazy. 'Penny Lane' isn't half bad either, typical McCartney pop rush, not an ounce of fat on it at almost three minutes exactly/5().
  5. Make Offer - THE BEATLES - Strawberry Fields Forever / Penny Lane - RED 7" VINYL 45 RARE FRENCH EP THE BEATLES ODEON MEO STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER-PENNY LANE .
  6. Strawberry Fields Forever: AA: Penny Lane * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: beatles strawberry fields forever.
  7. Whereas Sgt. Pepper is The Beatles’ greatest artistic achievement on album, Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever is their greatest 45—and is, quite possibly, the greatest single ever issued by anyone, anywhere anytime.
  8. Sep 16,  · Well, it was especially tough for The Beatles - They had 2 great songwriters, and (George) starting to catch up by the time “Penny Lane”/ Strawberry Fields Forever” was released. It was unique at the time to have a double A side since, historically there was always an “A Side and a B Side”.

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