Review #5: Abbey Road, The Beatles

#5: Abbey Road, The Beatles

I wouldn’t say I was intimately acquainted with any of the Top 4 Albums of All Time (according to my mortal enemy Rolling Stone Magazine). Songs in the Key of Life was the album that wouldn’t end (even though I found most of it really joyful and amazing), and by the time it was over I was really primed to hear something I had heard before. Which, luckily, was when the Beatles…

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