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This topic points to songs from the Beatles solo careers that show similarities in style and/or sound with usual recordings by another Beatle.

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Neat topic Andrés!
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Neat topic Andrés!

Thanks Kelley!

By the way, I didn't mean to leave Ringo out; I just didn't compare him with other Beatles, but someone else can do that!
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Great thread. I cant recall hearing No Words before. It really does sound like a George song.

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Great thread. I cant recall hearing No Words before. It really does sound like a George song.


Denny Laine has a co-writing credit on that one. It does sound like George and so does Denny:

I'm kind of an odd-job man in this group. I look on Band On The Run as definitely their album. We're not a group anymore. I'm one of the three or I'm an individual. If it was Wings, I'd feel more a part of it. But it's not my songs and I'd like to feel more involved and contribute as much as they do. I did write one of the songs on the album and Paul helped me out with it. I'd like to do more like that.
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Denny Laine has a co-writing credit on that one. It does sound like George and so does Denny:

I'm kind of an odd-job man in this group. I look on Band On The Run as definitely their album. We're not a group anymore. I'm one of the three or I'm an individual. If it was Wings, I'd feel more a part of it. But it's not my songs and I'd like to feel more involved and contribute as much as they do. I did write one of the songs on the album and Paul helped me out with it. I'd like to do more like that.
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Yes, maybe it's more a Denny Laine's song than a Paul's theme; but I considered it just because it's part of Paul's catalog.

Moreover, Denny's words confirm my belief that Wings was basically Paul solo instead of a true band project, at least at that period in 1973.
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