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The Official "Choosing between two Beatlethings" thread
10 October 2019
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Dark Overlord said 

Best psychedelic refinish, Ricky or Rocky.

  

Rocky looks like a happy fun children’s party; Ricky is more disturbing, with a minimal colour palette and those runes or characters or whatever. I think Ricky feels more psychedelic, so it wins. (But Eric beats ’em both!)

Congas in “Getting Better ” or bongos* in “Lose That Girl”? 

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10 October 2019
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Bongos in Lose That Girl for sure. It’s much more of an essential element to the song and also SUCHAGOODSONG.

John’s granny glasses or John’s hipster glasses?

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15 October 2019
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John’s hipster glasses. Summer of love, all day long (even if he wore them after it).

Song to (painfully remove) from Revolver : “She Said, She Said” or “I Want To Tell You

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16 October 2019
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She Said She Said is one of my favorites and it’s the most “Revolvery” song to me, so I would have to (painfully) say I Want To Tell You .

Best song to terrorize small children with: Maxwell’s Silver Hammer or Revolution 9 ?

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16 October 2019
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I would’ve called Rev 9 the more traumatizing a year ago, but that was before 50yearslate (? I think it was her) played it for her babysittees – actual small children –  who found it hilarious! So in this case, I’ll defer to the opinion of actual kids, who evidently find Rev 9 funny rather than terrifying.

Arthur Alexander cover: “Soldier of Love” or “A Shot of Rhythm & Blues”?

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GEORGE: In fact, The Detroit Sound. JOHN: In fact, yes. GEORGE: In fact, yeah. Tamla-Motown artists are our favorites. The Miracles. JOHN: We like Marvin Gaye. GEORGE: The Impressions, Marvin Gaye. PAUL & GEORGE: Mary Wells. GEORGE: The Exciters. RINGO: Chuck Jackson. JOHN: To name but eighty. 

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19 October 2019
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Soldier of Love, most definitely. 

 

 

Most iconic album cover – Abbey Road or Sgt. Pepper ?

20 October 2019
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vonbontee said
I would’ve called Rev 9 the more traumatizing a year ago, but that was before 50yearslate (? I think it was her) played it for her babysittees – actual small children –  who found it hilarious! So in this case, I’ll defer to the opinion of actual kids, who evidently find Rev 9 funny rather than terrifying.

  

I’ve actually played them both songs, and they think Revolution 9 is good weird and Maxwell is bad weird (they’re wrong about maxwell but what can you do?) 

Tony Japanese said
Soldier of Love, most definitely. 

 

 

Most iconic album cover – Abbey Road or Sgt. Pepper ?

  

Abbey Road is prooooobably more iconic? I see more people wearing Abbey Road shirts than Sgt Pepper shirts.

Covers by George on With The Beatles : Roll Over Beethoven or Devil In Her Heart ?

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21 October 2019
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Devil In Her Heart . i love the slick guitar lines and the vocal harmonies.

Larry Williams covers: Bad Boy or Dizzy Miss Lizzy ?

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21 October 2019
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Bad Boy “, with its fun lyric and those dramatic breakdowns. 

Half-speed keyboard: “In My Life ” piano or “…Rich Man”‘s clavioline?

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23 October 2019
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In My Life ” would be my (personally speaking) quite obvious pick. The baroque-sounding piano solo during the middle of the song gives me a sense of sentimentality and acceptance. Also, I never really quite understood the praise surrounding “Baby You’re A Rich Man “.

John Lennon Collaborations: Mick Jagger’s “Too Many Cooks (Spoil The Soup)” or David Bowie’s “Fame”

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26 October 2019
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Fame – it’s a better song, with a better artist.

 

McCartney collaborations – Ebony & Ivory or The Girl is Mine?

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26 October 2019
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E&I is trite and cringeworthy; “Girl” is slight but charming. It wins. 

Same two collaborators: “What’s That You’re Doing” or “Say Say Say”?

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My pick would be “Say Say Say”. This is because (to me at least) “What You’re Doing ” is one of the less good Beatles songs on “Beatles For Sale “, in contrast with “Say Say Say” which I would say is one of Michael Jackson’s most underrated songs (same can be said about McCartney’s part as well). 

“Egypt Station” track: “Back In Brazil” or “Hunt You Down/Naked/C-Link”

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28 October 2019
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CakeMaestor said
My pick would be “Say Say Say”. This is because (to me at least) “What You’re Doing ” is one of the less good Beatles songs on “Beatles For Sale “, in contrast with “Say Say Say” which I would say is one of Michael Jackson’s most underrated songs (same can be said about McCartney’s part as well). 

Haha, well I was referring to “What’s That You’re Doing”, continuing the Stevie -vs-MJ theme of the previous post:

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Answer again if you wish! Or leave your decision, either way…apple01

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New answer: I will pick “Say Say Say” over “What’s That You’re Doing”, but only by a small margin.

“Egypt Station” track: “Back In Brazil” or “Hunt You Down/Naked/C-Link”

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29 October 2019
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Back in Brazil. For some reason it reminds me of Paul’s songs from Off The Ground .

The Beatles doing Chuck Berry or Berry himself on Roll Over Beethoven and Rock & Roll Music?

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30 October 2019
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The Beatles.  They honestly made most of their covers better than the original.

 

Rubber Soul US or UK? 

Here | There | Everywhere

It's ya boi!  The one and only Billy Shears (AKA Paul's Replacement)

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30 October 2019
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While they’re both great albums, i’m going to go with UK because it has Nowhere Man on it.

Alternate version of A Hard Day’s Night : Mexico (replaces Can’t Buy Me Love and You Can’t Do That with Long Tall Sally opening side B) or Columbia (replaces those tracks with Komm Gib Mir Deine Hand closing side B)?

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31 October 2019
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The Mexican alternative version would be the pick for me. I’m sure no one on this forum would outweight “Komm Gib Deine Hand” over “Long Tall Sally “. However, if there is someone that feels this way, I am apologetic if I do offend you in someway (if I did). But for the most part, I think the majority choice is clear.

Song to (painfully) remove from “With The Beatles “: “Please Mister Postman ” or “Money (That’s What I Want)”.

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31 October 2019
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Tough call but i’m going to have to go with Money (That’s What I Want). While i prefer it over Please Mister Postman , cutting the less preferred song would mean having a 6 track A-side and a 7 track B-side, which is bad since you typically want the A-side to be longer.

What side of Hey Jude (AKA The Beatles Again) do you prefer to listen to first, A or B?

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