20 February 2017
Please Please Me
- John. George could have nearly swayed this for me purely based on Chains
but I just love Anna (Go to Him) too much to not give that one to John.
With The Beatles - Georgey boy. Devil In Her Heat holds a very special place in my heart. Also, Roll Over Beethoven .
A Hard Days Night - Paul. And I Love Her makes me swoon. John comes in a very close second with Anytime at All.
Beatles For Sale - John and Paul are pretty equal on this album I couldn't choose either. Honorable mention to Ringo, Honey Don't is one of my fav's off the album.
Help ! - Paul. Hand's down. The Night Before , Another Girl , I've Just Seen A Face , Yesterday . All amazing songs on one amazing album. Also, my favourite film.
Rubber Soul - George. If I Needed Someone is one of the best songs on that album. John a close second with Nowhere Man and In My Life .
Revolver - Paul. For No One makes me feel some sort of way. Got To Get You Into My Life is such strong vocals from Paul, one of the best.
Sgt. Pepper - Paul. I mean, it's his album isn't it. Should have just been credited to him.
Magical Mystery Tour - Paul. Your Mother Should Know is my favourite song atm.
White Album - Not a big fan of the whole album but John. Julia being my favourite song off it.
Yellow Submarine - Ringo!! My mum always used to sing Octopus' Garden to me when I was little.
Abbey Road - Paul. Oh! Darling and Golden Slumbers are magical.
Let It Be - George and Paul. I Me Mine is a personal favourite but The Long And Winding Road is why I can't give it completely to George.
Sleep pretty darlin', do not cry.
23 July 2016
I'm taking more of an un-opinionated point of view here by determining this list via who did the most lead vocals, note that when I refer to Magical Mystery Tour , I refer to the EP, when I refer to Yellow Submarine , I'm only referring to tracks 2-6 (AKA the original tracks), and if a song contains multiple singers on lead vocals, such as Flying or Because , I give each of them 1 credit:
Sgt. Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band:
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27 November 2016
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2016 awards: 2017 awards:
15 May 2017
Revolver : (For me this was the time that both we're at their peak)
The White Album :
Abbey Road : (Even though Paul has more tracks on the album, John and George wrote my favorite ones on here)
Let It Be : (No competition really)
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7 May 2017
Help ! : Difficult one. Both John Lennon (Help !, Ticket To Ride , It's Only Love ) and Paul McCartney (The Night Before , Another Girl , I've Just Seen A Face , Yesterday ) have great contributions and performances on it and are balancing each other. Maybe McCartney by a notch because of Yesterday , but I'm giving it a tie.
Sgt Pepper 's Lonely Hearts Club Band : Paul McCartney . It's mostly based on his concepts, ideas and songs. She's Leaving Home is pure enjoyment, and don't forget A Day In The Life would only be have as good without his part.
I'm not familiar enough with the four (?) albums I left out, so I didn't want to give my verdict on them.
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The Walrus was probably Ringo
14 December 2009
Since he had virtually no chance of being chosen as the dominant Beatle on any of the canonical albums covered here, I'm gonna give Ringo his due and proclaim him the strongest Beatle on "Live at The Star(r) Club".
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One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all "Neeeradno-undowarrroom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!"
-- Paul McCartney
11 September 2018
Generally speaking, John is dominant Beatle from around 1963 - 1966, writing and singing most of the songs on their early albums. In the meantime, Paul starts to dominate from Sgt. Pepper onwards - which isn't really suprising because a) it was his idea and b) John had largely ceased his creativity around that time.
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