21 Best Beatles Songs NOT on One, Red or Blue

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Postby Lep » Wed Dec 10, 2008 1:59 pm

Jake wrote:Done (again)!

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I'm Down (Past Masters, John)

Am I wrong, or are you going to have to do this again?

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Postby Jake » Wed Dec 10, 2008 3:07 pm

Lep wrote:Am I wrong, or are you going to have to do this again?

Sheee-it. I was totally picturing John at Shea sweatily beating the crap out of his Vox organ. But of course it's a Paul song. Duh.

Done (again)!

The 21 Best Beatles Songs Not on One, Red, or Blue

And Your Bird Can Sing (Revolver, John)
Baby, You're a Rich Man (Magical Mystery Tour, John)
Blackbird (White Album, Paul)
Dear Prudence (White Album, John)
Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except Me and My Monkey (White Album, John)
For No One (Revolver, Paul)
Golden Sumbers/Carry That Weight (Abbey Road, Paul)
Happiness is A Warm Gun (White Album, John)
Helter Skelter (White Album, Paul)
I'm a Loser (Beatles for Sale, John)
I'm Down (Past Masters, Paul)
If I Fell (Hard Day's Night, John)
It's All Too Much (Yellow Submarine, George)
Long Long Long (White Album, George)
Only a Northern Song (Yellow Submarine, George)
Rain (Past Masters, John)
She Said She Said (Revolver, John)
The Night Before (Help, Paul)
Tomorrow Never Knows (Revolver, John)
Two of Us (Let It Be, Paul)
You Never Give Me Your Money (Abbey Road, Paul)

PS - And I think this wraps it up. I'll allow additional comments for a couple more hours but then I'm going to close the discussion and move it to the front page.

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Postby D. Phillips » Wed Dec 10, 2008 4:03 pm

Sheee-it. I was totally picturing John at Shea sweatily beating the crap out of his Vox organ. But of course it's a Paul song. Duh.


"1988 Jake Brown" would be so ashamed of you.

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Postby Jake » Wed Dec 10, 2008 4:42 pm

D. Phillips wrote:"1988 Jake Brown" would be so ashamed of you.

You mean the guy on the right, under George?

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Postby Jake » Wed Dec 10, 2008 6:06 pm

Discussion is closed for now. Save any vitriol for tomorrow morning to post as comments on the front page.

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Postby Jake » Thu Dec 11, 2008 9:52 am



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