As I was listening to the Let It Be album this evening, I began to wonder which songs would make for a good combo cd between Abbey Road and Let It Be. Well there just isn't much on Abbey Road I don't like, and then inspiration hit! So after axing a few songs and a slight shuffling around, this is what I came up with for a version of Abbey Road that I think would've made for a smokin' album. What do all the experts here think? Side 1 Come Together (4.21) Something (3.03) Here Comes The Sun (3.06) I Want You (She's So Heavy) (7.47) --------------------------- Total Time - 18.17 Side 2 Because (2.46) You Never Give Me My Money (4.02) Sun King (2.26) Mean Mr. Mustard (1.06) Polythene Pam (1.13) She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (1.58) Golden Slumbers (1.32) Carry That Weight (1.37) The End (includes the hidden track "Her Majesty") (3.32) --------------------------- Total Time - 19.00 The upside of this re-worked album? 1- Gone are the weakest tracks on the album in "Maxwell's Silver Hammer", "Oh! Darling" and "Octopus's Garden". C'mon... they really are. 2- Bringing "Here Comes The Sun" over from Side 2 now makes for a great Side 1 all the way through. 3- The Beatles' classic medley now comprises all of side 2 and is still intact. 4- Both sides of the album are about the same length in time (if that matters). Well I've already burned my cdr, and I'll never listen to the studio album again. This makes for much better listening, don't you agree?