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7 November 2011
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mrs.McHennon
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Well, I can see that people would like to answer to a question made before, so. Which question would you like to answer again? (answer it)

who.? me.? a-hard-days-night-paul-2

well I think that I would like to answer Kerry's question.: "What did you think of the film "Across The Universe"?"

I watched this film about 2 months ago, it was on TV. I have a mixed opinion, I guess. the story's pretty good, but I didn't like the actors (except the one who plays Jude). and I didn't like their singing, too.

 

7 November 2011
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8One stupid thing for each Beatle!

I personally think releasing Abbey Road before Let It Be was stupid. Abbey Road, in my opinion, should have been the last album. It would have made a much better, much less fractured way to go out, and it was recorded after Let It Be. Plus, it's always just irritated me that LIB is considered the last.

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7 November 2011
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George: The "Apple Jam" LP in All Things Must Pass.

(Presuming he didn't consciously "decide" to rewrite "He's So Fine" as "My Sweet Lord")

I remember George saying 'Blimey, he's always talking about “Yesterday”, you'd think he was Beethoven or somebody' - Paul McCartney

7 November 2011
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Ringo. This pic. It's really stupid to point a gun in your head, even if it's for fun.

 

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Ok so I got a question? Ok. A question... mhhh................ Best instrument playing that was not their typical instrument?

 

(Example, John playing bass in Helter Skelter, or Paul playing guitar in Taxman)

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8 November 2011
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I really like Pauls drumming on Dear Prudence.

 

To answer a previous question, as asked by Vale,  i'd answer which 3 songs would you chose if you had (i think from Mr. Sun King).

I'd go with No Reply, I'm A Loser (the greatest opening tracks on any beatles album in my opinion) and either Back To Normal or It's Over by Kendall Payne. If it was 3 beatles songs the other would be, at this moment, Two of Us, but it would have to have that intro by John: 'I dig a pygmy by Charles Hawtrey and the Deaf Aids...'. But it would change.

 

A real geeky question. The 1965 stereo mixes of Help! and Rubber Soul or the 1987 George Martin stereo remixes?

Don’t make your love suffer insecurities, trade the baggage of self to set another one free. ('Paper Skin' - Kendall Payne)
8 November 2011
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Does this count? 

 

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In all seriousness, I really do adore Paul's drums in "Dear Prudence". But at the same time, his guitar in Taxman is epic as well! I'm kind of on a Paul kick today, hehe. 

 

Question: Would you have wanted to see the Robert Zemeckis version of "Yellow Submarine"? 

Because the wind is high, it blows my mind.
9 November 2011
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Yes, I would have. I would have loved to have seen a trailer first though.

 

Do you have a "go to" album? Like is there one particular album that you just listen to when you're sad, happy, or just in the mood for something good? Mine is Abbey Road. That's my go to album when I just want to listen to something instead of listening to individual songs.

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9 November 2011
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Ram is my go to album. It makes me all happy inside. Also, Magical Mystery Tour falls in that category.

If you could burn one Beatles album or solo album because you think it's absolute, complete crap, which one would it be? (I don't think I could do it...if they're crap, they still have some value in the historical department, I think.)

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9 November 2011
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Press To Play. Absolutely nothing of any value whatsoever. Can i throw Driving Rain in for free?

 

Whats your favourite live performance of a beatles song as a group?

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10 November 2011
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Two of Us in studio. Or Get Back on the roof.

Favorite Ringo drum fills? (since he doesn't solo very often)

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10 November 2011
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Tomorrow Never Knows. I prefer The End, but that's more of a solo than a fill.

What song was Billy Preston's playing best on?

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