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14 October 2017
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O.K Two years after my last playlist I've just finished a disc 2 of "Beatles Through The Years"

1   Do You Want To Know A Secret

2   Twist And Shout

3   All My Loving

4   Roll Over Beethoven

5   If I Fell

6   Any Time At All

7   I'm A Loser

8   I'll Follow The Sun

9   You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

10  You're Going To Lose That Girl

11  In My Life

12  Nowhere Man

13  I'm Only Sleeping

14  Doctor Robert

15  When I'm Sixty Four

16  Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite

17  The Fool On The Hill

18  Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

19  Don't Pass Me By

20  Here Comes The Sun

Hope Somebody Likes it. Just burned it to CD, so I now have a double CD for the car.

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Finally got around to listen to @Elementary Penguin's playlist and I really love it! Leave My Kitten Alone is just the perfect opener with these three crazy chords at the beginning! And the sequences from I Am The Walrus to And Your Bird Can Sing is particularly good - I like it a lot how the semi-aggressive Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey comes after the daydream Octopus's Garden , that's like a call back into reality.

I've created a playlist with songs in which the Beatles directly or indirectly criticise aspects of politics or society. The order is not ideal yet but here it is:

1.Side:

A-side

Taxman

You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

She's Leaving Home

Getting better

I'm Only Sleeping

Think For Yourself

 

B-side

Fixing A Hole

Nowhere Man

Rain

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Good Morning Good Morning

 

2.side:

A.side

Happiness Is A Warm Gun

Why don't we do it in the road

Within You Without You

Yer Blues

The Fool On The Hill

 

B-side

The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill

Revolution 1

Get back

Blackbird

Piggies

Money (that's what I want)

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I don't remember if I put mine up here, but I made a Yellow Album to compliment the Red & Blue albums. 

Yes they just have that much great music. heart

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"The Beatles - The Singles Collection (Box Set)"

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CD Version

Disc 1 - 1962 - 1964

1. Love Me Do

2. P.S I Love You

3. Please Please Me

4. Ask Me Why

5. From Me To You

6. Thank You Girl

7. She Loves You

8. I'll Get You

9. I Want To Hold You Hand

10. This Boy

11. Can't Buy Me Love

12. You Can't Do That

13. A Hard Day's Night

14. Things We Said Today

Disc 2 - 1964-1967

1. I Feel Fine

2. She's A Woman

3. Ticket To Ride

4. Yes It Is

5. Help !

6. I'm Down

7. We Can Work It Out

8. Day Tripper

9. Paperback Writer

10. Rain

11. Yellow Submarine

12. Eleanor Rigby

13. Strawberry Fields Forever

14. Penny Lane

Disc 3 - 1967 - 1969

1. All You Need Is Love

2. Baby, You're A Rich Man

3. Hello, Goodbye

4. I Am The Walrus

5. Lady Madonna  

6. The Inner Light

7. Hey Jude

8. Revolution

9. Get Back

10. Don't Let Me Down

11. The Ballad Of John And Yoko

12. Old Brown Shoe

13. Something

14. Come Together

Disc 4 - 1970, US Singles, Anthology Singles

1. Let It Be

2. You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)

3. The Long And Winding Road (US Single)

4. For You Blue (US Single)

5. Eight Days A Week (US Single)

6. I Don't Want To Spoil The Party (US Single)

7. Yesterday (US Single)

8. Act Naturally (US Single)

9. Nowhere Man (US Single)

10. What Goes On (US Single)

11. Free As A Bird

12. Christmas Time (Is Here Again)

13. Real Love

14. Baby's In Black (Live)

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20 October 2017
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Martha said
Finally got around to listen to @Elementary Penguin's playlist and I really love it! Leave My Kitten Alone is just the perfect opener with these three crazy chords at the beginning! And the sequences from I Am The Walrus to And Your Bird Can Sing is particularly good - I like it a lot how the semi-aggressive Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey comes after the daydream Octopus's Garden , that's like a call back into reality.

I've created a playlist with songs in which the Beatles directly or indirectly criticise aspects of politics or society. The order is not ideal yet but here it is:

1.Side:

A-side

Taxman

You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

She's Leaving Home

Getting better

I'm Only Sleeping

Think For Yourself

 

B-side

Fixing A Hole

Nowhere Man

Rain

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Good Morning Good Morning

 

2.side:

A.side

Happiness Is A Warm Gun

Why don't we do it in the road

Within You Without You

Yer Blues

The Fool On The Hill

 

B-side

The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill

Revolution 1

Get back

Blackbird

Piggies

Money (that's what I want)  

Thanks @Martha I am glad you liked the playlist and the track listing. I like that I had no say what songs are on the playlist so it was fun to put together. 

I like your playlist as well. It looks good and I look forward to giving it a listen. 

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To celebrate Australia's yes vote to gay marriage, I made a playlist about love. It's short, but it's a good listen.

1. All You Need Is Love

2. I Need You

3. I'm Happy Just To Dance With You

4. From Me To You

5. Boys

6. All My Loving

7. Things We Said Today

8. All I've Got To Do

9. Love Me Do

10. I Want To Hold Your Hand

11. She Loves You

12. The Word

 

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Any thoughts? It's very heavy on early songs, but that's representative of what the Beatles sung about in their different eras.

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Pretty good but I'd replace She Loves You with You're Going To Lose That Girl because when you think about it the song could be about a closeted homosexual who's realizing he's not into women and would rather be with men and in the process loses interest in his girl and his friend is about to take her, I'd also add Blackbird because it's about being free and equality and I'd also throw in Good Day Sunshine because it's a good thing that these people have the right to marry and it's a sunny and happy day so it fits in perfectly. Besides that though I love it.

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15 November 2017
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You didn’t have either of my two favorite love songs: Here There And Everywhere and I Should Have Known Better . Still a great playlist. Good time to be alive!

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I was considering You're Going To Lose That Girl , but there is a tone of negativity in it, so I decided to leave it out, even though it probably would have fit really well. ahdn_paul_01

But I should have put Here, There And Everywhere on, as well as I Should Have Known Better ...paul-mccartney-facepalm_gif But I didn't. Oh well, next time, they'll be track 1 and 2!

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@The Hole Got Fixed That's a great idea for a playlist. I wish I thought of it first ha ha. I like your playlist though. 

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What a nice idea for a playlist with a truly beautiful occasion. If this had fourteen tracks I would have probably added Something and Long Long Long but it's great the way it is, actually.

It's especially cool how it starts with All You Need Is Love and ends with The Word - now that's really a well thought-through song order!

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I agree about Something . That would make any Love Song playlist that I would make. I would of added It Won't Be Long as well. 

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I was always curious to know what a strange experimental The Beatles and Yoko avant-garde album would be like, including Wild Honey Pie and Revolution 9 . So I did a fan made mix-tape of what this was supposed to sound like. The mix contains Two Virgins, Electronic Music and various layers of bootlegs joined together to look like one piece. I don't know if there's a option to upload to you guys.

Tracklist:
1 - Tomorrow Never Knows (Anthology Take)
2 - A Beginning
3 - Los Paranoias
4 - Twingumybob
5 - You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
6 - Experiment
7 - Shirley's Wild Accordion
8 - Wild Honey Pie
9 - Flying (Extended Version)
10 - What's The New Mary Jane ?
11 - Circles
12 - Pantomime (Remember Love)
13 - Banjos
14 - Ringo's Intro
15 - Jessie's Dream
16 - Dream Scene (Wonderwall Music )
17 - Revolution 9
18 - Peace Of Mind (The Candle Burns)

Still waiting for Carnival Of Light to complete the album.
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I've done a couple recently. One was a 14 song compilation of Beatle songs from 1963, excluding any cover versions and the other was a 14 song compilation combining 'Beatles For Sale ' (and 'I Feel Fine ') and 'Help ', again excluding any cover versions. 

1963

SIDE 1                                                                         SIDE 2

1. I Saw Her Standing There                                           1. Please Please Me

2. It Won't Be Long                                                        2. Not A Second Time

3. This Boy                                                                    3. From Me To You

4. Don't Bother Me                                                         4. I Wanna Be Your Man

5. I'll Get You                                                                5. All My Loving

6. All I Got To Do                                                          6. There Is A Place

7. She Loves You                                                           7. I Want To Hold Your Hand

 

Sale Help

SIDE 1                                                                         SIDE 2

1. I Feel Fine                                                                 1. Help !

2. I'm A Loser                                                                2. Baby's In Black

3. I've Just Seen A Face                                                  3. What You're Doing

4. I Need You                                                                4. You Like Me Too Much

5. I'll Follow The Sun                                                      5. I Don't Want To Spoil The Party

6. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away                             6. Ticket To Ride

7. No Reply                                                                   7. Yesterday

 

I think these would have been two brilliant albums with 'A Hard Day's Night ' released between them!

 

I also done a 'covers' compilation

Covers

SIDE 1                                                                         SIDE 2 

1. Rock 'N' Roll Music                                                     1. Money (That's What I Want)

2. You Really Got A Hold On Me                                       2. Please Mr. Postman

3. Words Of Love                                                           3. Long Tall Sally

4. Act Naturally                                                              4. Slow Down

5. Til There Was You                                                     5. A Taste Of Honey

6. Anna (Go To Him)                                                     6.  Devil In Her Heart

7. Leave My Kitten Alone                                                7. Twist & Shout

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I can't remember the last time I made a playlist, a compilation, or a mix-tape. It's just something I've rarely done. I like to listen to songs on albums in the order they were intended to be listened (e.g Glass Onion after Dear Prudence after Back In The USSR ).

I like knowing what's coming up next. For years though I always expected Love You To to immediately follow Eleanor Rigby on Revolver , because I'd been used the sequencing from the Yellow Submarine Songtrack .

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Tony Japanese said 

I like knowing what's coming up next. For years though I always expected Love You To to immediately follow Eleanor Rigby on Revolver , because I'd been used the sequencing from the Yellow Submarine Songtrack .

  

In my head, I expect Penny Lane to follow Eleanor Rigby . We listened to the 1 compilation album a lot when I was a child. 

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@Tony Japanese said
[snippppp] I like to listen to songs on albums in the order they were intended to be listened (e.g Glass Onion after Dear Prudence after Back In The USSR ).

I like knowing what's coming up next. For years though I always expected Love You To to immediately follow Eleanor Rigby on Revolver , because I'd been used the sequencing from the Yellow Submarine Songtrack .  

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I think The Beatles are one of the artists where you get the most out of it if you listen to full albums, particularly in the later years. That said, I do have a few Beatles related playlists for specific moods, particularly one with more acoustic/chilled Beatles songs like 'Two of Us', 'In My Life ' etc.

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I've done compilations, splitting their output into the 3 distinct phases ....

1. Early years up to Help !

2. Middle period from Rubber Soul to MMT.

3. Late period, Lady Madonna to The End !

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No. The last time I did anything approaching this was when I added a random selection of songs I particularly liked to my iTunes library to try it out shortly after I bought an iTouch 3rd generation which were released way back in in 2009 and which hasn't been updated since that one and only upload. I have occasionally compiled stranded b-sides and various artists exclusive tracks onto a CD but just as a method of rounding up tracks. I prefer to hear things as the artist intended, which is why I stick with physical product. Don't get playlist culture. At all. A generational thing I guess.

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