ok, before i start and people get the wrong idea about what im saying, i am not talking about the album as an influence nor am i criticising the studio techniques created in the making of this album. nor am i criticising lennon/mccartney as writers, they have no peers in that sense.
i am simply saying that to me the 'sgt.peppers' album sounds dated and stuck in 1967 when i listen to it, am i the only one who thinks this way about it?, 'let it be' album is also stagnant, stale and flat when i listen to that also.
there is no spark or life in either of these albums, as albums.
'let it be' was recorded prior to 'abbey road', yet released after it. do you think the beatles themselves felt it wasnt up to their standard and recorded 'abbey road'?
'sgt.peppers' and 'let it be' are the only 2 beatles albums i cannot sit through in their entirity.
i dont listen to the 'white album' all at once because its too long, but i do listen to each disc all the way through