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Each of the Beatles' best songs
« on: September 24, 2004, 08:04:20 PM »

OK, I'll even have to think of this one myself, but I think it would be nice to pick 5 songs for each Beatles that really show the best of each other them (5 Paul songs, 5 John songs, etc.), and then 5 songs that show the Beatles working as a team or sounding the best harmonically together after that.

I think it's a good thread to pick out what songs are the very best for each one of them, and I'd love to hear what everyone feels is the best performance for each Beatle.
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Re: Each of the Beatles' best songs
« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2010, 02:09:58 PM »

Paulie:
'Here,There and Everywhere'
'She's Leaving Home'
'Yesterday'
'You Never Give Me Your Money'
'Two Of Us'

John:
'Ticket To Ride'
'Yes It Is'
'In My Life'
'A Day In The Life'
'A Hard Day's Night'

George:
'Something'
'Here Comes The Sun'
'Long,Long,Long'
'If I Needed Someone'
'For You Blue'

Ringo:
'Octopus's Garden'
'Good Night'
'With a Little Help From My Friends'
'Yellow Submarine'
'Don't Pass Me By'


For 'sounding the best harmonically together' : 'Because' and 'This Boy' because they're sung by 3 of them.

For 'woking as a team' : definetly Something - George writes the song, he sings it great, the guitar solo is amazing; Paul plays one of his greatest bass performances ever; Ringo does a great opening for the song and John's piano and guitar are fine,too.


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Re: Each of the Beatles' best songs
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2010, 09:24:32 AM »

Talking about choosing, it is really a tough decision to make. In fact, I have been looking at the list over and over again, but still I can’t find songs from each of them to be listed as the best 5. I personally think that all their songs are nice. If I really need to choose, I would choose Yesterday from Paul, In My Life for John’s, Something for George, and Yellow Submarine for Ringo.
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Re: Each of the Beatles' best songs
« Reply #3 on: October 22, 2010, 07:49:00 AM »

OK, I'll even have to think of this one myself, but I think it would be nice to pick 5 songs for each Beatles that really show the best of each other them (5 Paul songs, 5 John songs, etc.), and then 5 songs that show the Beatles working as a team or sounding the best harmonically together after that.

I think it's a good thread to pick out what songs are the very best for each one of them, and I'd love to hear what everyone feels is the best performance for each Beatle.


I'll start with John-
I'm so tired
Come together
I'm the walrus
Girl
Mean Mr. Mustard.
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Re: Each of the Beatles' best songs
« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2010, 10:15:32 AM »


I'll start with John-
I'm so tired
Come together
I'm the walrus
Girl
Mean Mr. Mustard.

PAUL- AND I LOVE HER
WE CAN WORK IT OUT
ELEANOR RIGBY

SHE CAME IN THROUGH
TWO OF US

GEORGE- SOMETHING
HERE COMES THE SUN
RINGO-NO1
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