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« on: June 27, 2016, 11:34:35 AM »

My Favorite Tracks on each Beatles Album:

Please Please Me: Please Please Me

With the Beatles: All My Loving

A Hard Day's Night: And I Love Her

Beatles for Sale: I Don't Want to Spoil the Party

Help!: Yesterday

Rubber Soul: In My Life

Revolver: And Your Bird Can Sing

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: Fixing a Hole

Magical Mystery Tour: I Am the Walrus

The Beatles: Dear Prudence

Yellow Submarine: Hey Bulldog

Abbey Road: Here Comes the Sun

Let it Be: Two of Us

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« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2016, 01:05:59 PM »

Please Please Me: Please Please Me

With the Beatles:  It Won't Be Long

A Hard Day's Night: Can't Buy Me Love

Beatles for Sale: Eight Days A Week

Help!: Help!

Rubber Soul: Norwegian Wood

Revolver: She Said She Said

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: With A Little Help From My Friends

Magical Mystery Tour: I Am the Walrus

The Beatles: Dear Prudence

Yellow Submarine: Hey Bulldog

Abbey Road: Here Comes the Sun

Let it Be: Two of Us
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« Reply #2 on: June 27, 2016, 01:41:05 PM »

Please Please Me: Ask Me Why

With the Beatles: It Won't Be Long

A Hard Day's Night: If I Fell

Beatles For Sale: Every Little Thing

Help!: Ticket to Ride

Rubber Soul: In My Life

Revolver: Tomorrow Never Knows

Sgt. Pepper: A Day in the Life

Magical Mystery Tour: Penny Lane

The Beatles: Dear Prudence

Yellow Submarine: It's All Too Much

Abbey Road: You Never Give Me Your Money

Let It Be: Let It Be
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« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2016, 03:04:46 PM »

Sometimes easy, sometimes anything but...


Please Please Me: There's A Place

With the Beatles: Please Mister Postman

A Hard Day's Night: If I Fell

Beatles For Sale: Rock And Roll Music

Help!: Another Girl

Rubber Soul: The Word

Revolver: I Want To Tell You

Sgt. Pepper: Lovely Rita

Magical Mystery Tour: Baby, You're A Rich Man

The Beatles: Savoy Truffle

Yellow Submarine: It's All Too Much

Abbey Road: Sun King

Let It Be: Across The Universe
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« Reply #4 on: June 27, 2016, 03:19:25 PM »

Please Please Me: Anna (Go with Him)

With the Beatles: Till There Was You

A Hard Day's Night: You Can't Do That

Beatles for Sale: I'll Follow the Sun

Help!: I Need You

Rubber Soul: In My Life

Revolver: I'm Only Sleeping

Sgt. Pepper: She's Leaving Home

Magical Mystery Tour: Strawberry Fields Forever

White Album: Happiness is a Warm Gun

Yellow Submarine: Hey Bulldog

Abbey Road: Sun King

Let it Be: Across the Universe

Past Masters (Vol 1): Yes it Is

Past Masters (Vol 2): Rain

Anthology 1: Ain't She Sweet

Anthology 2: You Know My Name (Look Up the Number)

Anthology 3: What's the New Mary Jane
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« Reply #5 on: June 27, 2016, 03:34:33 PM »

Past Masters (Vol 1): Yes it Is

That is such a wonderful song! Don Henley also did a fine version...
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« Reply #6 on: June 27, 2016, 05:50:28 PM »

Cool, list time - kudos to petsoundsnola.

1. Twist & Shout
2. Devil in Her Heart (could've said "Money" but the RS version is cut above it)
3. I Should Have Known Better (though I like the tracks kind of equally)
4. Rock & Roll Music (it was vote for either that or "No Reply")
5. Tell Me What You See (with "Help" being my favorite single by the Beatles in general. It's very interesting)
6. You Won't See Me
7. And Your Bird Can Sing/Eleanor Rigby
8. With A Little Help from My Friends
9. MMT - everything except "All You Need Is Love". Didn't like it then, don't now.
10. Piggies
11. Yellow Submarine
12. Here Comes the Sun
13. Get Back

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Past Masters (Vol 2): Rain

Anthology 1: Ain't She Sweet
Great songs!
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« Reply #7 on: June 27, 2016, 05:56:55 PM »

Please Please Me: I Saw Her Standing There

With the Beatles: Not a Second Time

A Hard Day's Night: Things We Said Today

Beatles For Sale: Eight Days a Week

Help!: Help!

Rubber Soul: Think for Yourself

Revolver: I'm Only Sleeping

Sgt. Pepper: A Day in the Life

Magical Mystery Tour: Strawberry Fields

The Beatles: Revolution 1

Yellow Submarine: All You Need is Love

Abbey Road: Something

Let It Be: For You Blue


Plus Rain and Yes It Is.
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« Reply #8 on: June 27, 2016, 08:12:12 PM »

(U.S. releases --)
Introducing The Beatles:   I Saw Her Standing There
Meet The Beatles!:   I Want to Hold Your Hand
The Beatles' Second Album:   She Loves You
A Hard Day's Night:   I'm Happy Just to Dance with You   (love it)
Something New:   Any Time at All   (perfect love song)
Beatles '65:   I'll Follow the Sun
The Early Beatles:   Please Please Me
Beatles VI:   Every Little Thing
Help!:   You're Going to Lose That Girl
Rubber Soul:   In My Life
Yesterday and Today:   And Your Bird Can Sing  (beautiful)
Revolver:   Here, There and Everywhere
Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band:   Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
Magical Mystery Tour:   I Am the Walrus
The Beatles (White Album):   Julia   (hard to pick just one)
Yellow Submarine:   Yellow Submarine
Abbey Road:   Here Comes the Sun   (also love Polythene Pam/She Came in Through the Bathroom Window)
Let It Be:   Across the Universe


Ah, The Beatles!
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« Reply #9 on: June 27, 2016, 09:09:46 PM »

Meet the Beatles! - This Boy - I'm biased, cause this is my favorite to sing; you really have to put yourself into it when the middle section comes around
The Beatles' Second Album - Thank You Girl - I know it's not the best song on the album, but again, it's my favorite to play and sing
A Hard Days Night  - I Should Have Known Better
Something New - Anytime At All  - love the chord changes
The Beatles Story - WTF is this doing here?
Beatles '65 - I Feel Fine - the reverb drenched version; still the coolest riff ever
The Early Beatles - Twist and Shout
Beatles VI - I Don't Want to Spoil the Party - but I can't hit those high notes anymore without screeching!
Help! - Ticket to Ride
Rubber Soul - Girl
Yesterday and Today - Day Tripper - the other coolest riff in rock and roll
Revolver - Got to Get You Into My Life
Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band - Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
Magical Mystery Tour - I Am the Walrus
The Beatles - Martha My Dear
Yellow Submarine - Hey Bulldog
Abbey Road - Something
Hey Jude - Revolution
Let it Be - I Me Mine
Live at the BBC - Baby It's You
Anthology 1 - Free As A Bird
Anthology 2 - It's Only Love
Anthology 3 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
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« Reply #10 on: June 28, 2016, 12:51:26 AM »

(U.S. releases --)
I'll join:

Introducing The Beatles: Twist & Shout
Meet The Beatles!: Till There Was You
The Beatles' Second Album: I'll Get You (they did many good vocs together but there's sth. to write home about in the way they sing here)
A Hard Day's Night: I Should Have Known Better
Something New: Things We Said Today
Beatles '65: I Feel Fine
The Early Beatles: Twist & Shout
Beatles VI: Tell Me What You See
Help!: Help! (as I said, great single)
Rubber Soul: You Won't See Me
Yesterday and Today: We Can Work It Out
Revolver: Eleanor Rigby

The Beatles' Second Album - Thank You Girl - I know it's not the best song on the album, but again, it's my favorite to play and sing
It's my favorite as well. Sounds similar to "I'll Get You".

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Beatles VI - I Don't Want to Spoil the Party
This has everything I like in a song. Yet I don't like it.

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Yesterday and Today - Day Tripper - the other coolest riff in rock and roll
Revolver - Got to Get You Into My Life
The Beatles - Martha My Dear
Beg to differ. "Day Tripper" has standard rock & roll riff. It goes differently though, so you have a point. "Got to get you..." is big Russian favorite! Paul sang it in concert in Saint Petersburg - the reception was huge! "Martha...", like "Penny Lane", has this English cozy vibe. Paul's songs tend to give this impression.
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« Reply #11 on: June 28, 2016, 01:53:33 AM »

snap decisions:

There's A Place
All I've Got To Do
Tell Me Why
I Don't Want To Spoil the Party
Ticket To Ride
You Won't See Me
She Said She Said
Good Morning Good Morning
The Fool On The Hill
Julia
Hey Bulldog
You Never Give Me Your Money
Two Of Us
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« Reply #12 on: June 28, 2016, 06:23:50 AM »

Please Please Me: Twist & Shout

With the Beatles
: All I've Got to Do

A Hard Day's Night: A Hard Day's Night

Beatles for Sale: I Don't Want to Spoil the Party

Help!: Ticket to Ride

Rubber Soul: In My Life

Revolver: Tomorrow Never Knows

Sgt. Pepper: She's Leaving Home

The Beatles: Happiness is a Warm Gun

Abbey Road: Something

Let It Be: Two of Us


Bonus:

Magical Mystery Tour: Strawberry Fields Forever

Yellow Submarine: Hey Bulldog

Past Masters Vol. 1
: Yes It Is

Past Masters Vol. 2: The Ballad of John & Yoko
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« Reply #13 on: June 28, 2016, 05:39:03 PM »

(U.S. releases --)
I'll join:

Introducing The Beatles: Twist & Shout
Meet The Beatles!: Till There Was You
The Beatles' Second Album: I'll Get You (they did many good vocs together but there's sth. to write home about in the way they sing here)
A Hard Day's Night: I Should Have Known Better
Something New: Things We Said Today
Beatles '65: I Feel Fine
The Early Beatles: Twist & Shout
Beatles VI: Tell Me What You See
Help!: Help! (as I said, great single)
Rubber Soul: You Won't See Me
Yesterday and Today: We Can Work It Out
Revolver: Eleanor Rigby

It is so hard to pick out one favorite on those albums, I just went with my first impulse. I could just have easily gone with your picks on several of those albums.
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« Reply #14 on: June 29, 2016, 09:31:00 AM »

Wow, this is a tough one. 

Please Please Me: There's a Place

With the Beatles: Not a Second Time

A Hard Day's Night: If I Fell

Beatles for Sale: Baby's In Black

Help!: The Night Before

Rubber Soul: In My Life

Revolver: And Your Bird Can Sing

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: A Day in the Life

Magical Mystery Tour: Strawberry Fields Forever

The Beatles: While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Yellow Submarine: Hey Bulldog

Abbey Road: Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

Let it Be: The Long and Winding Road
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« Reply #15 on: July 01, 2016, 06:02:11 AM »

White Album was tough to deal with. Re: "While My Guitar", I prefer the acoustic demo. Re: "Not A Second Time", I read the Rollings ripped "The Singer Not The Song" off it. There is vid of Peter Noone singing "In My Life" to some audience but before he tells that not only he & John were friends - he actually knew & met John's father Alfred. Go to youtube.
"The Long & Winding Road" is real bore. I agree with Paul that Phil Spector ruined "Let It Be" with excessive orchestration.
Glad some of you chose "And Your Bird Can Sing". In my Top 10.
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« Reply #16 on: July 01, 2016, 06:38:18 PM »

White Album was tough to deal with. Re: "While My Guitar", I prefer the acoustic demo. Re: "Not A Second Time", I read the Rollings ripped "The Singer Not The Song" off it. There is vid of Peter Noone singing "In My Life" to some audience but before he tells that not only he & John were friends - he actually knew & met John's father Alfred. Go to youtube.
"The Long & Winding Road" is real bore. I agree with Paul that Phil Spector ruined "Let It Be" with excessive orchestration.
Glad some of you chose "And Your Bird Can Sing". In my Top 10.
And Your Bird Can Sing is a cool song with a guitar line I will never be able to play!
I've seen that video of Peter Noone. Great guy, I've met him several times, I don't think anyone else loves his fans more than Mr. Noone (you probably knew that Paul wrote a song For Noone.....for no one...)
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« Reply #17 on: July 05, 2016, 05:18:03 AM »

White Album was tough to deal with. Re: "While My Guitar", I prefer the acoustic demo. Re: "Not A Second Time", I read the Rollings ripped "The Singer Not The Song" off it. There is vid of Peter Noone singing "In My Life" to some audience but before he tells that not only he & John were friends - he actually knew & met John's father Alfred. Go to youtube.
"The Long & Winding Road" is real bore. I agree with Paul that Phil Spector ruined "Let It Be" with excessive orchestration.
Glad some of you chose "And Your Bird Can Sing". In my Top 10.

The funny thing about that McCartney quote is that, when he does The Long and Winding Road in concert, his live version sounds much more similar to the Let it Be version than the Let It Be...Naked version. 

As for Guitar, I do like the demo too, but the album version with that Clapton solo is something special.  It's actually one of my all time favorite Beatles and Clapton moments.
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« Reply #18 on: July 05, 2016, 06:08:42 AM »

Well then I agree with his younger self. What's your Top 10 White Album tracks, just for fun? Mine is:

1. Piggies
2. Martha My Dear (Slade did charming version of it)
3. Helter Skelter
4. Back in the USSR
5. Savoy Truffle
6. Don't Pass Me By
7. Wild Honey Pie (super weird but it's short)
8. Rocky Raccoon
9. Revolution 1
10. Cry Baby Cry

Can't stand "Me & My Monkey", "Revolution 9", "Happiness...", "Sadie", "Birthday", "I Will", "In the Road" & esp. annoying "Bungalow Bill". Why they feel the need to include wives & friends & various staff to sing? Tell them buzz off!
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« Reply #19 on: July 05, 2016, 06:19:45 AM »

And Your Bird Can Sing is a cool song with a guitar line I will never be able to play!
I've seen that video of Peter Noone. Great guy, I've met him several times, I don't think anyone else loves his fans more than Mr. Noone (you probably knew that Paul wrote a song For Noone.....for no one...)
"And your bird..." has 2 guitars, that's why. My favorite Herman's Hermits song is "Henry VIII". It's very catchy. Peter Noone is Beach Boys fan. He was invited in a feature about Brian, with some other artists. It was shot in the 80s, Brian ca. Landy II era.
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« Reply #20 on: July 05, 2016, 06:25:44 AM »

Well then I agree with his younger self. What's your Top 10 White Album tracks, just for fun? Mine is:

1. Piggies
2. Martha My Dear (Slade did charming version of it)
3. Helter Skelter
4. Back in the USSR
5. Savoy Truffle
6. Don't Pass Me By
7. Wild Honey Pie (super weird but it's short)
8. Rocky Raccoon
9. Revolution 1
10. Cry Baby Cry

Can't stand "Me & My Monkey", "Revolution 9", "Happiness...", "Sadie", "Birthday", "I Will", "In the Road" & esp. annoying "Bungalow Bill". Why they feel the need to include wives & friends & various staff to sing? Tell them buzz off!

1.  While My Guitar Gently Weeps
2.  Helter Skelter
3.  Martha My Dear
4.  Glass Onion
5.  Dear Prudence
6.  Happiness is a Warm Gun
7.  Mother Nature's Son
8.  Savoy Truffle
9.  Good Night
10. I'm So Tired
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« Reply #21 on: July 05, 2016, 07:29:33 AM »

I've been thinking about doing a Beatles Survivor to answer this very question. Any one up for it?
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« Reply #22 on: July 05, 2016, 09:04:20 AM »

I've been thinking about doing a Beatles Survivor to answer this very question. Any one up for it?

Sounds fun.
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« Reply #23 on: July 06, 2016, 05:03:31 AM »

I've been thinking about doing a Beatles Survivor to answer this very question. Any one up for it?

Yeah.
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Please Please Me: Please Please Me

With the Beatles: Not a Second Time

A Hard Day's Night: I'll Be Back

Beatles For Sale: I Don't Want to Spoil the Party

Help!: Ticket to Ride

Rubber Soul: Nowhere Man

Revolver: She Said She Said

Sgt. Pepper: A Day in the Life

Magical Mystery Tour: I am the Walrus

The Beatles: I'm So Tired

Yellow Submarine: All You Need is Love

Abbey Road: Come Together

Let It Be: Across the Universe

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