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Old 10-23-2005, 01:28 PM   #16
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Past masters 1 and 2 are great.

I don't know how come they say there were 13 albums - Beatles, Beatles for sale, A hard day's night, with the Beatles, Rubber soul, Help, Sgt pepper, White album, Abbey road, Let it be. (Magical Mystery tour but that's the EP, and Yellow Submarine has very few new songs if you have all the albums)
Please Please Me(1963)
With The Beatles(1963)
A Hard Day's Night(1964)
Beatles For Sale(1964)
Help(1965)
Rubber Soul(1965)
Revolver(1966)
Sgt Pepper's Lonley Heart's Club Band(1967)
Magical Mystery Tour(1967)
The Beatles(The White Album)(1968)
Abbey Road(1969)
Let It Be(1970)
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Old 10-23-2005, 01:57 PM   #17
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Ahh right, forgot to count Revolver, and by "Beatles" I meant Please please me. (that still makes it 12 albums)
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Old 10-23-2005, 01:59 PM   #18
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Is that one of their songs in your location, U2Man?
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I think she was referring to the "Here, There, and Everywhere" in your mini profile.

That Paul McCartney snoozer for the grannies on Revolver.
Ok, Ok, I get it. Of course.

Yes, U2girl, indeed it's one of their songs in my location.

Lazarus, Here, There and Everywhere is NO snoozer
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All of Revolver is great... esp. Tomorrow Never Knows, For No One, She Said She Said and I'm Only Sleeping.
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Eleanor Rigby is probably one of the 3 or 4 greatest pop songs ever written.

And 'I'm Only Sleeping' has that Lennon 'thing' in it. Any Lennon fan knows what I'm talking about. He had the uncanny ability to convey innocence with his voice, and there are a good number of songs that he sang on, both with the Beatles and in his solo career, where I honestly feel like some kind of angel is singing the song. 'I'm Only Sleeping' is one of the best examples of that.
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Eleanor Rigby is not just a pop song, it's a classical masterpiece in the world of music.

4 violins, 2 violas and 2 cellos.
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Maybe in the American discograpy, but the British discography is the more accepted one, I think.
So we're clear, A-side/B-side refers to the sides of a single. The A-side is the one that's pimped out for radio play, the B-side is a supporting track that sweetens the deal for buyers.

So, yes, all of the songs you mentioned except "Rain" were A-sides in the UK ("We Can Work It Out"/"Day Tripper" was a "double A-side" because both songs were considered too good to be B-sides).
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I don't know how come they say there were 13 albums - Beatles, Beatles for sale, A hard day's night, with the Beatles, Rubber soul, Help, Sgt pepper, White album, Abbey road, Let it be. (Magical Mystery tour but that's the EP, and Yellow Submarine has very few new songs if you have all the albums)
The version of Magical Mystery Tour that's still in print is the expanded LP edition (the original EP ended at "I Am the Walrus"), so it's considered an LP.
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I see. Thanks.
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And 'I'm Only Sleeping' has that Lennon 'thing' in it. Any Lennon fan knows what I'm talking about. He had the uncanny ability to convey innocence with his voice, and there are a good number of songs that he sang on, both with the Beatles and in his solo career, where I honestly feel like some kind of angel is singing the song. 'I'm Only Sleeping' is one of the best examples of that.
One of my top 5 Lennon songs. But what does it for me is the backwards guitar solo. I mean, can you imagine hearing that when the album came out and being like "What the fuck was THAT?"

Mindblowing, and a nice companion piece to I'm So Tired, another favorite of mine.

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