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23 March 2020
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William Shears Campbell said

This is what I made today



1970: All Things Must Pass

Side 1

1. Mother

2. Beaucoups Of Blues

3. My Sweet Lord

4. Every Night

5. Instant Karma (We All Shine On)

6. Man We Was Lonely

7. What Is Life


Side 2

1. Remember

2. Love

3. All Things Must Pass

4. Junk

5. Teddy Boy

6. Cold Turkey

7. Maybe I’m Amazed



1971: Power To The People


Side 1

1. Power To The People

2. Imagine

3. Love Is Strange

4. Dear Boy

5. Jealous Guy

6. Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey {Single Version}

7. Apple Scruffs


Side 2

1. It Don’t Come Easy

2. It’s So Hard

3. Monkberry Moon Delight

4. Oh My Love

5. Some People Never Know

6. Isn’t It A Pity {Version 2}

7. The Back Seat Of My Car


1972: The Wild Times


Side 1

1. Bangla Desh

2. Woman Is The N Of The World

3. C Moom

4. Crippled Inside

5. Give Ireland Back To The Irish

6. The Luck Of The Irish

7. Wild Life


Side 2

1. New York City

2. Hi, Hi, Hi

3. Back Off Boogaloo

4. Tomorrow

5. Bring On The Lucie (Freeda People)

6. Nutopian International Anthem

7. Hear Me Lord


1973: People Party


Side 1

1. Give Me Love (Give Me Peace On Earth)

2. Mind Games

3. Tight A$

4. My Love

5. Photogrpah

6. Rock And Roll People

7. Livivng In The Material World


Side 2

1. Big Barn Bed

2. Only People

3. Intuition

4. When The Night

5. Little Lamb Dragonfly

6. Meat City

7. You And Me (Babe)


1974: Band On The Run


Side 1

1. Band On The Run

2. Jet

3. Aisumasen (I’m Sorry)

4. Bluebird

5. No No Song

6. Old Dirt Road

7. Helen Wheels


Side 2

1. Going Down On Love

2. Dark Horse

3. Out The Blue

4. No Words

5. Scared

6. #9 Dream

7. Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five


1975: Rock Walls ‘N’ Rollin’ Bridges


Side 1

1. You

2. Rock Show

3. Whatever Gets You Thru The Night

4. This Guitar (Can’t Keep From Crying)

5. Let Me Roll It

6. What You Got

7. Letting Go


Side 2

1. Can’t Stop Thinking About You

2. Stand By Me

3. Call Me Back Again

4. Surprise, Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox)

5. Listen To What The Man Said {Single Version}

6. Goodnight Vienna

7. Ya Ya {Rock ‘N’ Roll Version}


1976: Beatles Rotogravure


Side 1

1. A Dose Of Rock ‘N’ Roll

2. Hey Baby

3. Be-Bop-A-Lula

4. She’s My Baby

5. This Song

6. Junior’s Farm

7. Silly Love Songs


Side 2

1. Let ‘Em In

2. Bless You

3. Must Do Something About It {Paul’s Version}

4. Crackerbox Palace

5. Just Because

6. Nobody Loves You (When You’re Down And Out)

7. Warm And Beautiful



Then for the next 3 years, they don’t release anything, But they come back in 1979


1979: Back To The Band


Side 1

1. Here We Go Again

2. Getting Closer

3. Lipstick Traces (On A Cigarette)

4. Arrow Through Me

5. Girlfreind

6. Not Guilty

7. Real Love


Side 2

1. Free As A Bird

2. With A Little Luck

3. Blow Away

4. Don’t Let It Bring You Down

5. Wings

6. Mull Of Kintyre

7. Morse Moose And The Grey Goose


1980: The Fabulous Four


Side 1

1. (Just Like) Starting Over

2. Coming Up

3. Temporary Secretary

4. Cleanup Time

5. Who Needs A Heart

6. Here Comes The Moon

7. I’m Losing You


Side 2

1. Love Comes To Everyone

2. Waterfalls

3. Beautiful Boy

4. One Of These Days

5. Woman

6. Goodnight Tonight

7. Baby’s Request



Only a couple weeks after the 1980 album is released, John is shot by a crazed fan and dies that day.  In 1982 the 3 remaining Beatles make the equivalent of Milk And Honey in this reality.


1982: Dear John


Side 1

1. I’m Stepping Out

2. All Those Years Ago

3. I Don’t Wanna Face It

4. Somebody Who Cares

5. Attention

6. Ballroom Dancing

7. That Which I Have Lost


Side 2

1. Nobody Told Me

2. Wrack My Brain

3. Borrowed Time

4. Wanderlust

5. Grow Old With Me

6. Summer’s Day Song

7. Dear John



a-hard-days-night-ringo-8Damn, I’m going to go make playlists to match those and have a listen. 

Edit: added the quote of WSC’s post because of new page

The following people thank lovelyritametermaid for this post:

William Shears Campbell

"....When I cannot sing my heart, I can only speak my mind...." 

"....This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no fooling around...."

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I don’t think they would have released an album in 1970 as ‘Let It Be ‘ had finally come out. Enthused by the reaction, to the Rooftop concert, they played a few concerts in UK and US in late 1970 and early 1971, to ecstatic audiences, before retiring to Abbey Road to record the new album. As they had all written so many new songs, they decided to record a new double album … 6 songs each side as they were longer and due to George’s new standing within the group, following his Abbey Road songs, he got an (almost) equal share of songs on the album!


1. Imagine  

2. Dear Boy

3. What Is Life ?

4. It’s So Hard

5. Every Night

6. Isn’t It A Pity


1. Maybe I’m Amazed

2. Crippled Inside

3. It Don’t Come Easy

4. Tomorrow

5. Behind That Locked Door

6. Isolation


1. All Things Must Pass

2. Jealous Guy

3. Monkberry Moon Delight

4. Remember

5. Ram On

6. Beware Of Darkness


1. Mother

2. Junk

3. Wah Wah

4. Oh My Love

5. I Dig Love

6. The Back Seat Of My Car

My Sweet Lord / Instant Karma had been a No1. hit earlier in the year.

After the album had been recorded, John told Paul, and then the rest of the band, that he and Yoko were going to live in NY and that he was leaving the group. The others realised that it was the right time to quit but went out on a high, performing a week of farewell concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in London, before returning to ‘The Cavern’ for one last concert! 

They boys parted amicably with the album still No.1 on the charts, both sides of the Atlantic! Happy Xmas (War Is Over) / Another Day was their final single and became the 1971 Xmas No.1!  

Six months later, The Rolling Stones brought out their own double album! (just always that little bit late) lol

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