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Who was the beatles best guitarist?
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29 August 2012
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And i thought the arguing had been left in the 'never to be mentioned ever again' thread.

 

Of all people John made a comment about Yesterday and its popularity in restuarants and such places. From the playboy interviews

I'm always proud and pleased when people do my songs. It gives me pleasure that they even attempt them, because a lot of my songs aren't that doable. I go to restaurants and the groups always play "Yesterday." I even signed a guy's violin in Spain after he played us "Yesterday." He couldn't understand that I didn't write the song. But I guess he couldn't have gone from table to table playing "I Am The Walrus."

Gotta love that man.

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29 August 2012
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Paul drummed on at least 4 songs (Dear Prudence, Ballad Of John and Yoko, Wild Honey Pie, Back In The USSR)blue-meanie.

Im running away right now!!!!

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29 August 2012
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I think he also did on Martha My Dear (and also on Come And Get It but that doesn't really count)

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Imo you can say the same thing about on paul on guitar that you can say about george on bass. Both played awesome lines on the instruments of which some imo rank among the beatles best's (george on bass: Old Brown Shoe, birthday (both were possibly mccartney), Maxwell's Silver Hammer (I've always liked it), two of us (it's not played on a bass but most people call ot a bassline); paul on guitar: taxman, helter skelter, the end (his solo in the end is probably my favourite; all in all are the end's solos my favourite beatles solos)) but the other one played so many fantastic lines, that for me it's impossible to say that paul was better on guitar or george better on bass) Because harrison and mccarrney are oth my favourite beatles (very few before lennon) i don't prefer any of them when I write this

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I am done. Please stop posting, everyone. There's no point left. We are talking about things we shouldn't be, like how rude or unrude someone was, or proper use of Internet slang. My opinions have been stated. I am merely repeating myself for no apparent reason. I can't, in good conscience, let my posts become as personal as they will become if this doesn't end. Paulsbass - I respect your knowledge of the Beatles, and I have learned to value your opinions. We might not always agree, but I propose keeping our disagreements… civil at the very least. I do value your posts, and am still shocked by your dedication in finding those McCartney guitar songs (a few I never knew he played, honestly). However, an dispute is, at it's heart, an argument between two people. I may have been (in fact, I was) too eager to dismiss this thread as worthy of actual debate, and my use of minimal was incorrect. This does go both ways - you aren't blameless. We both need to admit that not everything is meant to be provocative. I don't like getting into forum fights with you - and hope the same is true of you. So, I ask in the name of my sanity, that we please refrain from these forum fights. Please?

Also, you're a Jon Stewart fan? Awesome!! I never expected you to be the one who got that joke, honestly.

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