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Old 06-04-13, 11:39 PM   #26
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and i think jb was being 'funny' in selecting beggars banquet.
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Old 07-31-13, 04:54 PM   #27
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Top Beatles' album for me is "A Hard Day's Night" and best song "Things We Said Today" which happens to be on the same album. "Rubber Soul" is a close second for albums. I really like the earlier Beatles stuff.
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I didn't know that there were so many Beatle's fans. One of my favorite alblums is Magical Myster Tour with Your Mother Should Know as a top favorite song.
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Since I've had a later copy of Sgt. Pepper on a Capitol cassette for a long time, I really took to She's Leaving Home but George and Ringo's songs are the ones that stood out as they started to fall apart and they were the first to really shine solo.

Hence, Something and doesn't everyone just have a goofy old time with Yellow Submarine still?
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Abbey Road is without a doubt the best for me...love beatles,love Abbey Road.
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Sgt. Pepper.
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Magical Mystery Tour is my all time fav Beatles album.
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