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For me, It's difficult to pinpoint one favorite b-side. I personally feel that I Am the Walrus and Don't Let me Down should have been a-sides to digress for a moment. I would officially pick Come Together. You Know My Name is my next choice just because it was a cool, quirky recording I didn't expect as the flip side to Let it Be
10 May 2011
Tomorrow Never Knows said:
Great song, don't forget Revolution and Don't Pass Me By
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1 May 2011
A Day In The Life was a b/side with Sgt Pepper/With A Little Help in i think 1978. It was released at the same time as the Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band film which starred The Bee Gee's and Billy Preston amongst others. The film bombed and the single didnt do much either.
It was during the time when EMI could release anything beatles without needing permission from Apple. There are a handful of singles and compilations that came out during that time period of 1976 -> 1982.
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27 May 2011
My first thought was, of course, "Rain." But then I thought of "Old Brown Shoe" and "We Can Work it Out" and "I'm Down." So now I'm undecided.
Nah, "Rain" pwns.
Same! Although I'm not too keen on 'We Can Work It Out'. I'm a big fan of 'Old Brown Shoe' and 'The Inner Light'. As you can see, I'm clearly a George girl
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