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A previously unknown recording dating to the 1930's coincidentally by another musician named Jim of Seattle was recently discovered in an abandoned warehouse in  England, and the similarities to the Beatles' "Revolution #9" are so striking that it proves that the Fab Four's famous avant-grade work was not original, but was actually a cover of this stride piano piece from decades earlier.

Revolution at Nine - Jim of Seattle

Don't believe us? Listen below to hear side-by-side comparisons of the original version and the Beatles cover and judge for yourself!

Revolution at Nine/Revolution #9 comparisons - Jim of Seattle/The Beatles

Or, listen to it on YouTube. All the same to me, same piece either way.

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