Vic’s Picks 10.4.19 | The Beatles’ “Revolver” and The Beach Boys’ “Pet Sounds”

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** FILE **The Beach Boys are shown in this 1966 file photo. From left are Al Jardine, Mike Love, Dennis Wilson, Brian Wilson and Carl Wilson. Classics such as the Beach Boy’s “Good Vibrations” and “Summer Nights” from Grease are among the best-loved songs of the summer. While songs that define summer have been as varied as the artists who’ve performed them, they all share a common thread: They make you feel good, like the last day of school. (AP Photo/FILE)

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WGN’s Vic Vaughn is tackling classic albums each week from Rolling Stone’s 100 Greatest Albums of All Time.

This week, Vic travels back to 1965 to discuss two of the most stunning albums of the decade: The Beatles’ psychadelic Revolver and The Beach Boys’ incredible Pet Sounds.

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