Between 1965 and 1967, the Beatles released a trio of increasingly more adventurous and inventive studio albums — Rubber Soul, Revolver, and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. After releasing Revolver in August‘67, the Fab Four embarked on their final tour — a 19-city North American affair that culminated in their historic final concert at Candlestick Park in San Francisco —before retiring from live performances.
It was this transition to a studio band that enabled the Beatles to continue the musical experimentation that yielded some of Revolver’s most unorthodox songs, like the tape loop induced psychedelia of“Tomorrow Never Knows,” the orchestral hit“Eleanor Rigby,” and George Harrison’s sitar-laced“Love You To.” Klaus Voorman, a German artist, created the LPs cover from line drawings and collage.
Album artwork from the Beatles’ album“Revolver”
*Please note, sizes may vary from measurements up to 2''
Size / Color
Arrives before Christmas US destinations order by Dec 19th Other destinations: may not arrive before Christmas.
Ships same day.
Typically delivered to United States in 3-6 business days
Backed by the Merchbar Guarantee.
Easy returns, great customer service and 100% authentic merch. Learn more.