At about the age of 10, my sage older brother got a copy of Abbey Road, and I learned every groove of that record. Then, let's say in adolescence, the cassette of all the greatest hits and #1 singles and all that, which was ubiquitous in my piece of suburban America, burned me out on all the early stuff, especially. I dallied with "The White Album" for awhile, had a good long fling with Revolver in the car stereo for a bit, have been through Sgt. Pepper's a few times, but the rest is very patchy. In short, my understanding of the Beatles is woefully inadequate.
Anyway, while walking dogs I picked out the stereo remasters (2009) of Sgt. Pepper's (1967), "The White Album" (1968), and Abbey Road (1969).
The real revelation to me has been "The White Album"."Glass Onion" and "Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey" have been ringing in my ears for two weeks.
Having just spun through the Beatles' discography, and considering my preference for "later" stuff, it looks like I might start with the last track of Yesterday and Today (1966) --"Day Tripper"-- and spin forward through to the end. That'd be some good listening.