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    Brooke, if you want some recommendations, just ask. There isn't a day goes by that I don't think about this band & how much pleasure they have given me & millions of others. I have a thing about Good Morning, Good Morning from Sgt Pepper at the moment. It sums up London in the late 60s. Also The Night Before from Help! which is a great pop song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freypower View Post
    Brooke, if you want some recommendations, just ask. There isn't a day goes by that I don't think about this band & how much pleasure they have given me & millions of others. I have a thing about Good Morning, Good Morning from Sgt Pepper at the moment. It sums up London in the late 60s. Also The Night Before from Help! which is a great pop song.
    Fp, I just ordered Revolver, Abbey Road, and The White Album from Amazon! Gotta get started!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooke View Post
    Fp, I just ordered Revolver, Abbey Road, and The White Album from Amazon! Gotta get started!
    Fantastic. I can't wait to hear what your favourite tracks will be. Revolver is the greatest album of all time, by anybody, in my opinion.

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    Revolver IS THE GREATEST EVER in my opinion too and frequently gets voted the best ever

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    In Joe's forum, we've been discussing the Grammy's Salute to The Beatles show which aired last night on the 50th anniversary of their first appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show. However, I thought I would make some general comments about the show as well.

    I thought the show was very entertaining and most all of the performances were very inspiring. Other than Joe, Ringo, and Paul, my favorite performances were Alicia Keys and John Legend's rendition of Let It Be, Keith Urban and John Mayer performing Don't Let Me Down, and Ed Sheeran's (whom I'd never even heard of before) rendition of In My Life.

    My only disappointments were that Julian Lennon was a no-show and that Sean Lennon didn't take the stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluefeather View Post
    Revolver IS THE GREATEST EVER in my opinion too and frequently gets voted the best ever
    A kindred sprit! What are your favourite tracks? If I had to just give five, they are:

    Eleanor Rigby
    Taxman
    And Your Bird Can Sing
    For No-One
    Tomorrow Never Knows

    and leaving the rest of it out is very hard.

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    Managed to find out more about Paul & Ringo's performances in the NY Times:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/11/ar...tarr.html?_r=0

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    SO HARD to choose! My favorites would have to be Eleanor Rigby and And Your Bird Can Sing and then For No One, She Said She Said and Tomorrow Never Knows

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    Another great Beatle album is Rubber Soul, has always been one of my favorites

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    Yeah I like Rubber Soul a lot too, it has my favorite Beatles song In My Life

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