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Re: Your Beatles Album
« Reply #20 on: December 21, 2007, 09:01:38 PM »

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All My Loving
Strawberry Fields Forever
Eleanor Rigby
Within You, Without You
Long Tall Sally
Hey Jude

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Re: Your Beatles Album
« Reply #21 on: December 22, 2007, 05:48:43 AM »

[size=14]That's a great list there Walrus_21 I think maybe instead of Long Tall Sally you should put some of their own late sixties rock, but thats just my opinion, your list really represents the Beatles :)

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Well, I've got my double album on now.

Disc 1.
Side A
1.Hey Bulldog
2.Don't Let Me Down
3.Oh Darling
4.I Want to tell you
5.Can't buy me love
6.Dear Prudence
8.Getting Better

Side B
2.While My Guitar Gently Weeps
3.Got to get you into my life
4.Octopus's Garden
5.Paperback Writer
6.And I Love Her
7.All I've got to do (I just discovered the song and it's magnificent)

Disc 2.
Side A
1.I Saw her Standing There
2.I'm Only Sleeping
4.With a little Help from my Friends
5.I've Got a Feeling
7.I Me Mine

Side B
1.Here Comes the Sun
2.Sexy Sadie
3.In My Life
4.You Never Give me your Money-----------
5.Polythene Pam                             ----------
6.Golden Slumbers                           ----------Mini Medley
7.The End------------------------


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Re: Your Beatles Album
« Reply #22 on: December 22, 2007, 03:57:19 PM »

Thanks, all.  Very kind.
Yeah, I see the argument against Long Tall Sally, but put it on.  You won't find a better vocal committed to vinyl.  And as I said, I didn't want to shortchange the mania period.
I Am The Walrus?  Love it.  Considered it, since it's one of the weirdest ones, and because of the radio feed.  It's all give and take when you're trying to make a single record out of about 50 indispensible songs.  
Love You To?  Great one, but I think the line "with our love, we could save the world" rivals only "all you need is love" in capturing their optimism, and that of the times.
I suppose the two I could let go from my batch are Lady Madonna, from which I just love the two-hands piano run, and Nowhere Man, which I considered leaving out for All You Need is Love, but ... how can you exclude Rubber Soul?  And it was already '67 heavy.  
In My Life is a glaring omission, and there are others.  
What's a Beatles fan to do?
love, wal

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Re: Your Beatles Album
« Reply #23 on: December 22, 2007, 08:24:56 PM »

Oh, this looks like fun...(Double Album by the way - Too many amazing songs!)

Side A
1. Hey Bulldog
2. What You're Doing
3. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
4. Rain
5. Martha My Dear
6. I Want You (She's So Heavy)
7. Savoy Truffle
8. Here There And Everywhere

Side B
1. Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
2. Drive My Car
3. I Feel Fine
4. Nowhere Man
5. She's Leaving Home
6. Ticket To Ride
7. I Want To Tell You

Side A
1. Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
2. Things We Said Today
3. I'm A Loser
4. With A Little Help From My Friends
5. Penny Lane
6. Sexy Sadie
7. Here Comes The Sun
8. Let It Be

Side B
1. I'll Get You
2. Good Day Sunshine
3. Girl
4. Helter Skelter
5. If I Needed Someone
6. Oh Darling
7. All You Need Is Love

The Who + Monty Python + The Beatles =  :K)  :K)  :K)  :K)
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