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Hey Stughalf, what is your favorite beatles album?

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quote:
Originally written by Syntyrael:

Hey Stughalf, what is your favorite beatles album?
Hmmmm...it's a tough choice, that's for sure. I love them all, although some, like Let It Be, Beatles For Sale, and Help! strike me as being rather inferior to the others. My favorite is probably Revolver, with Magical Mystery Tour and Rubber Soul tied for second place. A Hard Day's Night, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band, and The Beatles (White Album) are also all fine albums. What's your favorite, Syntyrael?

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I agree Stughalf. The Beatles are such a huge band, it is hard to decide...but one may still take a guess. I'd have to say my absolute favorite would be the white album(part 1), followed by abby road and yellow submarine in second and third. Sgt Peppers and magical mystery tour are also good. The rest are alright, but I'm not a huge fan of them.

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That's cool, Syntyrael. I am curious on a few points, though. Why is it that you prefer the first half of the White Album to the second half? In my opinion, the two halves seem rather equal in merit, and the second half has the virtue of including several of the hardest-rocking tracks in the Beatles catalog. Also, Yellow Submarine strikes me as being an interesting choice. Do you mean the original Yellow Submarine album, which included several Beatles originals on side one and a few George Martin classical compositions on side two? Or do you mean the recently released Yellow Submarine soundtrack CD, which includes remastered versions of the Beatles songs featured in the movie?

I'm currently listening to one of the tracks featured in the Yellow Submarine movie, "Love You To," originally released on the Revolver album.

[ Tuesday, January 13, 2004 14:24: Message edited by: A Stughalfian Principle ]

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I'm not sure, Stughalf. I guess I just never really get around to listening to the other side of the white album. All my favorites are on side 1 (rocky racoon, dear prudence, while my guitar gently weeps, etc.) The second side seems shorter than the first, anyway. I accidentally bought the recent, remastered version of yellow submarine, but I guess it turned out to be alright. I'd rather have the other one, however.

By the way....Do you think it's Yoko's fault that the Beatles broke up??

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I don't believe it was strictly her fault. I'd say the blame for the split lies about evenly between Lennon and McCartney. Lennon did practically nothing to keep the band together in the later years, and his obsession with Yoko did heavily strain his bonds with the other Beatles. McCartney, on the other hand, tried far too hard in the later years to keep the Beatles together and active, and as a result pushed himself and the others to a breaking point. Harrison and Lennon began to view him, especially during the Let It Be recording sessions, as a sort of bossy drill instructor. In addition, both Lennon and McCartney, but especially McCartney, proverbially kept Harrison down, allowing him only one or two songs per album. He griped about being treated as a junior member of the band. Ringo, bless him, tried his very hardest to ease hostilities and maintain the once-strong bonds of friendship, but unfortunately the combination of circumstances proved to be too much.

I don't at all doubt that Yoko was an intolerable *****, or that she did her level best to aggravate the other members of the band. Her continual presence at recording sessions, and her not infrequent criticisms of Beatles musical efforts were a constant distraction and annoyance to the other band members. Doubtless she also played a part behind the scenes, in urging Lennon to cast off his bandmates. Still, though, she was definitely not the only factor working against the Beatles in the late sixties.

[ Tuesday, January 13, 2004 15:59: Message edited by: A Stughalfian Principle ]

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I feel almost the same way, Stughalf. She was a burden to the band but not the only one. Even if the beatles are broken up, they're still one of the greatest bands in my book.

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