Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by helter9skelter, Aug 3, 2005.
tuned to a natural e
Didn't we ban "VS." threads?
I believe they're frowned upon.
Your posts are always confusing to me, Sean.
Mom always liked Ringo best....
They belonged together.
John and Paul combined are still no match for Don Ho....
Can't have one without the other, in my opinion. Just like Simon and Garfunkel, Buck Owens and Don Rich, Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon, Andy Griffith and Don Knotts, and so on and so forth.....
Forgot to mention Dave Brubeck and Paul Desmond!
...he's very clean...
I think both John and Paul are equally talented....no doubt. I love them both....but John SLIGHTLY more. That is because he has that melancholic and surreal thing going on, which I really relate to.
What is this thread about?
I get it... basically the Beatles were John's band '64-'66 and Paul's band '67 - '69, right? Or at least in terms of the musical leadership. John's flame burned brightest in the earlier years, Paul's burned more brightly in the later years. At least I've always felt this way, and a look at their #1's will reflect pretty much the same thing.
But it isn't "John vs Paul" so much, just the growth and evolution of the musical synergy in the band. Oh, and drugs... erm... and Yoko...
About 14 posts too long?
1963: John=Paul? Or Paul=John?
The political legacy of Pope John Paul II. Several folks are doing a double-blind test using John Paul I as the control and are going to get back to us with the waveforms.
Yesterday, there was a quiz show on some local TV station. Someone had to find four people, out on the street, who could name the names of the four Beatles, ans sing a song of The Beatles.
In a sleepy town, he found four people who could name them, in 40 minutes.
All four of them sang some lines from a song Paul wrote: 'Yesterday', 'Let It Be', 'Hey Jude' and 'Yellow Submarine'.
Not to mention Sony Bono's refrigerator and the heartbreak of psoriasis.
I'll give it a shot - I believe the helter9skelter is asking
if John's 64-66 output is stronger than Paul's 67-69...
the 'tuned to a natural e' is just a friendly signoff,
not unlike KeithH's
"Peace, love, dope! Now get the hell outta here!!!"
John Vs Paul?
In the World Series of Love? or what?
In a steel cage match, coming SUNDAY...SUNDAY...SUNDAY!!!
Gee I love detailed, descriptive threads!
Is this supposed to be a revelation? After all, it's pretty agreed upon that John controlled more in the early years and Paul more later.
Separate names with a comma.