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Steel Funk
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Album by The Beatles
Released November of 1965
Recorded: November of 1965
Genre Folk Rock
Length 0:35:50 (UK), 0:29:59 (US)
Record label Porkaphone (UK), Crapitol (US)
Producers George Martin
Professional reviews
Oscar Wilde review 10/10 - "They look so adorable on that cover, I could just bugger them up... Oh, the music's okay too..."
Brian Wilson review 7/10 - "I could pull a better album out of my ass. I'll call it "Pet Sounds". Now I just need to get some of this LSD stuff."
Beatles UK Albums
Hell!
(1965)
Steel Funk
(1965)
Revolter
(1966)
Beatles US Albums
Hell!
(1965)
Steel Funk
(1965)
Tomorrow And Three Weeks Ago
(1966)

Steel Funk is the six six sixth album by The Beatles. The album is often viewed as one of the most influential albums in rock history, as the group moved on from performing Pop songs and let their creative sides flourish. Nobody knows where this creative inspiration came from all of a sudden, but it is agreed that Steel Funk changed the face of music forever. The album was butchered in the United States, keeping the title, but sending the reject songs to appear on the infamous 1966 album Tomorrow and Three Weeks Ago.

edit Production

By the end of filming the 1965 slasher film Hell!, their second theatrical feature, Beatles producer George Martin convinced the group at gunpoint that they were going to release an album, and perform an American tour (Remembered best for the Concert At Shea Stadium). In late 1964, while visiting New York City, American-folk singer Bob Dylan had turned the 4 onto the rising fad of Kitten Huffing, this no doubt had a profound effect on the band's music. In the album's track "Churl", John Lennon is said to be mimicking the sound of a kitten being huffed in between verses.

edit Track Listing

edit UK Release

edit Side One

  1. Carjacking
  2. Morning Wood (This Load Has Blown)
  3. You Won't Feed Me
  4. Omnipresent Woman
  5. On Your Own, Buddy
  6. The F-Word
  7. Noel

edit Side Two

  1. What Goes On In Your Bedroom Is Your Business
  2. Churl
  3. I'm Aiming At You
  4. On My Knife
  5. Weight
  6. If I Kneaded Someone
  7. Beating Your Wife

edit US Release

edit Side One

  1. I've Just Gotten Maced
  2. Morning Wood (A Dog Wants This Bone)
  3. You Won't Feed Me
  4. On Your Own, Buddy
  5. The F-Word
  6. Noel

edit Side Two

  1. It's Only A Flesh Wound
  2. Churl
  3. I'm Aiming At You
  4. On My Knife
  5. Weight
  6. Beating Your Wife
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