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  • Harrison takes lead vocals on this track and thus far his songwriting on the track has certainly impressed me, he really sets up a nice psychedelic tone on this song thanks to the general rhythm as well as the guitar parts, a droning bass line, and the trumpets throughout as well
  • For those of you who may not have liked some of Harrison’s early works such as Within You Without You or Love You To due to the heavy sitar works possibly being a bit overwhelming should not be discouraged by this track as there is no sitar throughout, the music on here doesn’t have that Eastern tone, although I was a fan of it to be honest, and goes with a far more psychedelic approach, this song honestly sounds as if it would’ve fit right in with Magical Mystery Tour in my opinion
  • I should mention that this is certainly longer than the typical Beatles song, being around six and a half minutes in late, but it really doesn’t seem to feel all that long to me and I don’t really think it gets boring either, although I will admit that the song probably could’ve been shortened towards the end as it sort of closes with Harrison just repeating the title of the track repeatedly when isn’t very necessary


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      It’s All Too Much is a song by The Beatles which appears on their record Yellow Submarine. The track starts off with some guitar distortion, having somewhat of a psychedelic sound, before an organ part also enters in the song which reinforces this psychedelic tone.

      Once the main rhythm of the track gets developed the song takes on a wonderful feel and I’m quite encouraged just from this


      section to be honest.

      Harrison takes lead vocals on this track and thus far his songwriting on the track has certainly impressed me, he really sets up a nice psychedelic tone on this song thanks to the general rhythm as well as the guitar parts, a droning bass line, and the trumpets throughout as well.

      For those of you who may not have liked some of Harrison’s early works such as Within You Without You or Love You To due to the heavy sitar works possibly being a bit overwhelming should not be discouraged by this track as there is no sitar throughout, the music on here doesn’t have that Eastern tone, although I was a fan of it to be honest, and goes with a far more psychedelic approach, this song honestly sounds as if ...


      • The Beatles - It's All Too Much (Song)
      it would’ve fit right in with Magical Mystery Tour in my opinion.

      I should mention that this is certainly longer than the typical Beatles song, being around six and a half minutes in late, but it really doesn’t seem to feel all that long to me and I don’t really think it gets boring either, although I will admit that the song probably could’ve been shortened towards the

      end as it sort of closes with Harrison just repeating the title of the track repeatedly when isn’t very necessary.

      If you aren’t a huge fan of the psychedelic rock that The Beatles put out, for some extremely odd reason, then this track probably won’t really satisfy you.

      However, if you were a fan of albums like Sgt.

      Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band or Magical Mystery Tour you’ll probably really enjoy this song.




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