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Favorite song from Live At The BBC?
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7 May 2014
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I really love I'll Be On My Way, I Just Don't Understand, and the variations on All My Loving and Things We Said Today.

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7 May 2014
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Oh, and also a very special mention to Johnny B. Goode - I had a dream that the Beatles covered it and when I woke up I was depressed that they actually didn't.

Then I found this. I grin every time.

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It's got to be 'i just don't understand' .... a typical example of the beatles taking rare source material and transforming it into something amazingly powerful. Johns vocal performance is stunningly emotional.

'Live At The BBC' is a favourite of mine as it lets you hear the band in an almost live set up,communicating to their fans directly and having a whale of a time into the process.

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Soldier Of Love.  Blew my socks off when I first heard it.

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Both 'I Just Don't Understand' and 'Soldier of Love' are excellent examples of how not only John (and his bandmates) could take others material and make their version the definitive one but how incredible a vocalist John was. The hurt, angst, longing, pain etc on 'I Just Don't Understand' is incredible. And a notable shout to George's guitar work. 

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It's very difficult to choose just one. I adore this whole collection.

castironshore said

'Live At The BBC' is a favourite of mine as it lets you hear the band in an almost live set up,communicating to their fans directly and having a whale of a time into the process.

I could not agree more.apple01

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