The Beatles, 'Magical Mystery Tour'
Because it begins with the lame theme to their worst
movie and the sappy "Fool on the Hill," few realize that this serves
up three worthy obscurities forthwith – bet Beck knows the sour-and-sweet
instrumental "Flying" by heart. Then it A/Bs three fabulous singles.
"Penny Lane"/"Strawberry Fields Forever" may be the finest
two-sided record in history. Goo goo g'joob, so may "Hello
Goodbye"/"I Am the Walrus." "Baby You're a Rich Man"?
OK, not in that league. Which is why it bows humbly before "All You Need