Incredible album. Even excluding the impact it had on music in general and the change that it represented in The Beatles discography, it just sounds so great. We should send the song In My Life to aliens as the song to represent humanity because it is so beautiful that they will immediately love us. The album flows together so well and you feel as if you are on a cloud floating along happily. The only thing I would have changed is to leave off Run for your Life, because The Beatles don’t need to include another song about domestic abuse, but even with that it still is a perfect album. 5/5 this is an album to put you in a great mood whenever you are feeling down.
Really great album. There are a number of stand-out tracks including Chicago, Casimir Pulaski Day, and Come on Feel the Illinoise. I like how all of the songs kind of blend together including some 10 second tracks just for the end of certain songs. Overall, I think this album is amazing but maybe a little too long. The majority of the material is incredible but it kind of drags on a bit. Not necessarily in a bad way but I find myself losing attention.
It sounds ok but overall not very interesting especially given its length.
Nice and fun album. Sam Cooke seems like he would be really fun to see live and he interacted with the crowd in a really cool way. He’s obviously a great singer and this is the best way to listen to him in my opinion
A really chill and relaxing album, but it was unexpected how the whole album went together so well. The second half is so well known, but each song sounds fresh and together it all flows perfectly.
Sounds good and all amazing songs obviously. I just think that they sound better on the original records. Bob's voice doesn't really hold up live.
Interesting album and had some gems. Overall nice to have on in the background.
Absolutely incredible album. It's amazing how all of the songs flow together and how "cool" it all sounds, especially Time of the Season. That song is the highlight of the album and it's a great way to close it off. But the entire album is a pleasant ride through psychadelica. Definitely worth checking out.
I don't like country but this wasn't bad.
Really incredible album. I don't really know why the ideas of missing someone and hating the record industry go together, but all of it sounds great. The title track is one of the nicest sounding songs that I have ever heard.
Not as good as some other Zep but it's hard to deny that it's still awesome.
A crazy mix of styles of music that is sort of confusing when put together. It would be interesting to have heard this when it came out. Overall, I think it's better in retrospect considering the time it came out.
It sounds a lot like earlier Leonard Cohen, but it still sounds really good and is pleasant to have on.
It's an interesting piece given when she made it and introducing rap and R&B together, and she is obviously an amazing singer. For me, this is not very engaging and it is easy to lose focus with this on.
Loud and aggressive and interesting ideas on how terrible the world is but personally a little too much.
This is an incredible album. Especially the song Ready, Able. Watch the music video too it's really good and weird.
Interesting and probably worth repeated listens to get the whole thing
Incredible album. The variety of types of music present is really interesting. I Want You is a song that is almost shocking to listen to and I wish I could have been around to hear this album when it came out. Not my favorite Beatles album, but it's still a great listen.
Insane beats. The sampling is on an amazing level. Everything flows so well and it just feels like you're floating along on their lines.
Fine but fairly uninteresting Beach Boys music.
Great stuff. Gene Clark has a way of getting into your soul with the way he plays music.
Overall, not very good. I really like the title track on its own but in the context of the album it isn't even worth it to wait for it. This seems like Meddle by Pink Floyd but worse.