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I love Macca, Helter Skelter and Sgt Pepper, Drive My Car etc... but i prefer Lennon all the time on lead vocals.


And Macca on drums...

I thought Paul weller would have been a more Kinks Small Faces kinda guy - chances are he loves them all...


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im sorry but i really cant stand the beatles :shock:

will i burn in hell? :?


It's ok, we'll keep each other company. The devil has all the best tunes on his jukebox anyway... :)

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I like the George Harrison tracks 'While my Guitar Gently Weeps' and 'Something'.

Apart from them I find it difficult to choose a favourite, 'Here There and Everywhere', 'I Will' and 'In my Life' are special to me.

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the beatles rule........the end they were ground breaking and musically fearless and peerless................the end

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Richard Hawley wrote:
she's leaving home is my fave


Have always ranked this as my favourite McCartney Beatles tune. When he played it on his tour in 03, to hear those opening notes come out of the speakers was just one of those perfect moments. Just amazing storytelling, and those strings...

For me, they never really did anything wrong in terms of music. They were the band that made me obsessed by music, hearing 'She Loves You' for the first time,just flawed me. "The Toppermost of the Poppermost"

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Richard Hawley wrote:
the beatles rule........the end they were ground breaking and musically fearless and peerless................the end


What he said.

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Seeing the Let It Be film the year John Lennon died was a memorable moment for me. The Long Winding Road is one of my favourites.

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And I love watching that old film of them riding around on horses...I think it accompanied Strawberry Fields.


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sunflower wrote:
im sorry but i really cant stand the beatles :shock:

will i burn in hell? :?


It's ok, we'll keep each other company. The devil has all the best tunes on his jukebox anyway... :)


yer on :D


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Richard Hawley wrote:
the beatles rule........the end they were ground breaking and musically fearless and peerless................the end


What he said.


Ditto x 100. Love the Beatles. Also love Elvis.... 8)

Mostly a Macca fan, tho love Lennon's Beatles stuff too. Faves include This Boy, I will, Why don't we do it in the road, Twist and Shout and All of Revolver, Rubber Soul and Sgt Pepper!

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And I love watching that old film of them riding around on horses...I think it accompanied Strawberry Fields.


That's the clip for Penny Lane, though it was shot at the same time as Strawberry Fields so they look fairly similar at times.

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So many great songs, covering so many genres to choose from but today I would say my faves are: -

Here there and everywhere
Norwegian Wood
A Day In The Life
Revolution
Back in The USSR
Sexy Sadie
While My Guitar Weeps
This Boy and
She's Leaving Home

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Love the signature Longpigsdad, from one of my favourite songs.

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Richard Hawley wrote:
the beatles rule........the end they were ground breaking and musically fearless and peerless................the end


ditto....................and Elvis........ :)


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with 3 young boys in the house ive sort of played beatles stuff all thier little lives. its a good intro to music amongst the cRAP! thats about. they have all moved onto Offsring, Mcfly etc but mostly Guitar based music its great when a song pops up in a film or advert and they know it or i can play them an original. my youngest whos 4 loves the early stuff Help especially from love me do to youve got to hide your love away. i keep flitting between 62-66 to 66 onwards and really enjoy the simpler stuff. Babys in Black, i dont want to spoil the party. Love revolution too
great gig in germany on youtube 2 parts "knowhere man in E!" with a great shot of john and pauls back off the heads looking out at audience.
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