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 Cat
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The short one: "Why Don't We Do It In The Road". It was around midnight and me and the gal I was with heard it...there wasn't any traffic goin' by outside my place in Larchmont, so...........

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The short one: "Why Don't We Do It In The Road". It was around midnight and me and the gal I was with heard it...there wasn't any traffic goin' by outside my place in Larchmont, so...........

Cat

Just as well the DJ didn't play "Dig A Pony" then.......

Vic

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(@laoch)
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Hmmm... hard to pick just one...

Off the top of my head I'd pick:

"And Your Bird Can Sing"

"I've Just Seen A Face"

"Rain"

"The details of my life are quite inconsequential." - Dr. Evil


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 Cat
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Yeah, Loach..."Rain". Oddly enough, I heard Ringo (Larry King live on CNN maybe two months ago) say that "Rain" was his own favourite Beatle song. I gotta say that the harmony vocal structure is nothing short of bizzarre...but comes off GREAT! From memory, it's all played off a G5th.

Favourites? Are there any other sort of Beatle tunes??????? A hard act to follow, indeed! Musicologists will be studying these fellas for centuries to come.

Cat

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(@oenyaw)
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Revolution #9, of course.

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(@rgalvez)
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The Abbey Road medley !!


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(@rahul)
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Currently its 'Get Back (raw version).


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(@minotaur)
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Wow, this is like asking "which of your children is your favorite".

The top few:

Hey Jude
Yesterday
Let It Be
I Am The Walrus (because it's so kooky and weird)
Lady Madonna
Help
Eleanor Rigby

I'm actually partial to the '67-'70 years.

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(@ness-k)
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Its hard for me to pick too, but some personal favs would be Good Morning Good Morning, Yellow Submarine, Hello Goodbye, Getting better, Sgt Pepper and Lovely Rita

"The Beauty of Music is my Sanity. Without it, I would simply lose my gravity, and blow away with the breeze." - Ness K(Aka Matt Harris)


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(@wes-inman)
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This is a tough one, I like almost every song the Beatles ever wrote. Some favorites are:

1)Paperback Writer- I just love the guitar riff, still sounds heavy today
2)Revolution- Love the distorted guitar and the opening scream
3)I'm a Loser- Very catchy melody
4)Strawberry Fields- An incredible song
5)I Am the Walrus- Strangest song ever!
6)You've Got to Hide Your Love Away- Beautiful song

I could go on forever on this one.

Favorite album- Rubber Soul

I always liked the video for I Need You, I love the guitar effect

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWyKlXpstzo

If you know something better than Rock and Roll, I'd like to hear it - Jerry Lee Lewis


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