Music video by The Beatles performing Strawberry Fields Forever. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – The Beatles - Strawberry Fields ForeverYouTube.
Strawberry Fields Forever was originally intended to appear on the band’s seminal Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album, but was instead released the same year (1967) as a double-A side with Paul McCartney’s Penny Lane. George Martin has publicly stated that taking both Penny Lane and Strawberry Fields Forever off of Sgt. Pepper’s was the biggest mistake of his career. Both songs are named after sites in Liverpool and are steeped in childhood and English nostalgia.
Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever entered the charts on 23 February 1967, and climbed to number two. It was held off by Engelbert Humperdinck’s Release Me, and spent 11 weeks on the charts . PMc: So another question we quite often see is, in hindsight, do you wish ‘Penny Lane’ and ‘Strawberry Fields’ had been included on the album? And if so, where would you have placed them? PM: No, I was happy.
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Strawberry Fields" and "Penny Lane" weren't bumped because they made the album too long. I also second his choice of "Strawberry Fields" between "Getting Better" and "Fixing a Hole" because they have been described, appropriately I think, as two versions of the same song. Strawberry Fields" would supply the needed break and balance. First off, if Strawberry Fields Forever and Penny Lane had replaced two other songs on Sgt. Pepper, that album would have reached even greater heights than rock critics give it notwithstanding. But the inclusion of those two phenomenal songs would have elevated the album to True Greatness, the undisputed Mt.
Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band’, we take a look back to its recording sessions, during which history was made and the psychedelic rock hits ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ and ‘Penny Lane’ were created. Originally intended for inclusion on the album, The Beatles instead decided to release the hits as a double a-side single in February 1967. The songs are a collection of the Fab Four’s childhood memories and a nostalgic look back to their past, growing up in their hometown of Liverpool. Following the creation of these Lennon-McCartney hits came the UK release of perhaps their finest single of all, the double a-side ‘Strawberry Fields Forever/Penny Lane’ on 17th February 1967. It climbed to number 2 on the UK charts, breaking the band's four-year run of chart-topping singles, and spent 11 weeks there.
Strawberry Fields forever. Living is easy with eyes closed, Misunderstanding all you see. It's getting hard to be someone, But it all works out; It doesn't matter much to me. Let me take you down, 'cause I'm going to Strawberry Fields. Nothing is real, And nothing to get hung about. Strawberry Fields forever. No one I think is in my tree, I mean, it must be high or low. That is, you can't, you know, tune in, But it's all right.