Thank you for making Madooo #1 again for 'Psychedelic Rock' on 'N1M charts' in USA, week 2 of 2018.
Madooo’s cover of the Beatles classic, “Got To Get You Into My Life” is now #1 for Alternative Rock in United States. Please share the good news.
Feels good to start off the year 2018 with a few ‘firsts’ on NumberOneMusic’s charts:
#1: Philadelphia All Genres #1: Pennsylvania Rock #1: Philadelphia All Genres #2: Pennsylvania All Genres #10: United States Rock
#22: Global Rock #115: United States All Genres #184: Global All Genres.
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Facts about “Got to Get You into My Life" the song by The Beatles: In Barry Miles' 1997 book Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now, McCartney disclosed that the song was about marijuana."'Got to Get You into My Life' was one I wrote when I had first been introduced to pot... So it's really a song about that, it's not to a person." Many lyrics from the song suggest this: "I took a ride, I didn't know what I would find there / Another road where maybe I could see some other kind of mind there.",'"What can I do? What can I be? When I'm with you, I want to stay there / If I am true, I will never leave and if I do, I'll know the way there." "It's actually an ode to pot," McCartney explained, "like someone else might write an ode to chocolate or a good claret."
it was first released in 1966 on the album Revolver. Written by Paul McCartney (though officially credited to Lennon–McCartney), it made prominent use of a brass section. A cover version by Cliff Bennett and the Rebel Rousers peaked at number six in 1966. The Beatles' version was released in the United States as a single from the Rock 'n' Roll Music compilation album in 1976, a decade after its initial release and six years after The Beatles split up. It reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, The Beatles' last top ten hit there until their 1995 release "Free as a Bird". Composition and recording: Though officially credited to Lennon–McCartney, McCartney was primarily responsible for the writing of the song, to which he also contributed lead vocals. It was recorded at Abbey Road Studios between 7 April and 17 June 1966 and evolved considerably between the first takes and the final version released on album.
Reception: Thomas Ward of Allmusic said, "McCartney’s always been a great vocalist, and this is perhaps the best example of his singing on Revolver. One of the overlooked gems on the album." When asked about the song in his 1980 Playboy interview, John Lennon said, "Paul's again. I think that was one of his best songs, too."