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Old 08-21-2005, 11:37 PM   #21
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Didn't you train her right man? What the hell were you thinking!?!?!?!


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TV and Disney are a powerful medium my dear...powerful. I do make them listen to The Beatles - 1 album. They like that a lot. It's not the best but it'll do.
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Old 08-22-2005, 01:03 AM   #24
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hahaha, i'm loving that there's a babe quote in this beatles thread. i think i saw that movie the day i bought revolver. or it was the day after i got the cd, and my best friend came (the same best friend that got me listening to the beatles in the first place), we watched the movie, and listened to . i also got a cold because we went outside to play in the rain, and it was november so it was cold. funny thing is i remember what shirt i was wearing, and this was 10 years ago. sign of early senility?


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Old 08-22-2005, 01:15 AM   #25
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Old 08-22-2005, 01:41 AM   #26
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Don't know if it's underrated but some kids don't seem to know it nowadays!

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i've got no idea what's considered underrated as far as the beatles go. but i'll second "you can't do that". there's a bunch of earlier stuff that i love that most people write off as being early pop crap.
Indeed, there's nothing wrong with perfect pop songs. Love Me Do is great, as is Eight Days A Week and Please Please Me. She Loves You is (even less than) 2 minutes of brilliance.
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Old 08-22-2005, 02:30 AM   #28
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She's Leaving Home. The Beatles song and the Billy Bragg version make me
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I'm Only Sleeping, from Revolver. Can you say "backwards guitar solo"? AWESOME.

I Want You (She's So Heavy) has a lot of supporters, but I think it showcases the band as musicians better than almost any other Beatles song.

Dig A Pony from Let It Be. One of my favorite Lennon tracks. I can't figure out why this isn't a classic. John screaming "All...I Want...Is You!" and then going right into that falsetto with the "Be...cause". Fucking amazing. Ringo crashing on the cymbals...
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I Want You (She's So Heavy) has a lot of supporters, but I think it showcases the band as musicians better than almost any other Beatles song.
Man, I fucking love that song.
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Dig A Pony from Let It Be. One of my favorite Lennon tracks. I can't figure out why this isn't a classic. John screaming "All...I Want...Is You!" and then going right into that falsetto with the "Be...cause". Fucking amazing. Ringo crashing on the cymbals...
Hey laz, I think it's because the Let It Be album has been trashed by critics and even some members of the band. But "Dig A Pony," "I, Me, Mine," and "I've Got A Feeling" all really great songs. Songs that a lot of bands will kill to write and record themselves.
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Old 08-22-2005, 10:26 AM   #32
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Agreed! perfect, punchy pop song that gets a bit overlooked in Revolver...I'd also add "Its All Too Much" ( a song I never see discussed) and "Birthday", which is a rollicking song with a fantastic vocal.
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I'm going to second the votes for "And Your Bird Can Sing"
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Maxwell's Silver Hammer springs to mind off the top of my head.
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Martha my dear is one of my favorite songs by them, but is rarely recognized as being great.
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Martha My Dear, Blackbird, The Glass Onion, Piggies... so many underrated ones!
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