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  1. "Revolution" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by John Lennon and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership. Three versions of the song were recorded and released in , all during sessions for the Beatles' self-titled double album, also known as "the White Album": a slow, bluesy arrangement (titled "Revolution 1") that would make the final cut for the LP; an Genre: Hard rock.
  2. Jan 30,  · Revolution Rock Although the band recorded a version of Revolution which John Lennon wanted to be part of a single, Paul McCartney and George Harrison said it was too slow. This version is on the self-titled “White Album”. John Lennon began sprucing the track up somewhat so it became an heavy rock version.
  3. "Revolution Rock" is a song by the Clash, featured on their album London song was written by Danny Ray and released as a single to modest success. According to Paul Simonon, "Danny Ray put out his version of "Revolution Rock" just before we were recording London Calling." Ray sampled the Jackie Edwards song "Get Up" on the track, so Edwards is listed as the Reggae, rocksteady, lovers rock, dub.
  4. ‘Revolution’ was John Lennon ’s response to the popular calls for uprising in the US and Europe. It was a revision of a version already recorded for the White Album, and became the b-side of the ‘Hey Jude’ single. Although taped after ‘Revolution 1’, this faster, louder version was the first to be released.
  5. Oct 12,  · This is an extended and uncensored version of an interview that first aired on the Revolution Rock radio program on CJAM FM on October .
  6. Revolution Lyrics: Aah! / You say you want a revolution / Well, you know / We all want to change the world / You tell me that it's evolution / Well, you know / We all want to change the world / But.
  7. If you liked this song, I invite you to listen the rest of songs of Bob with english/españoltranscription on it. Just follow the link below:

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