We did John's now how about Paul's... Caveat - looking at the years up to 1975 to keep in line with John's thread. Not comparing the two but Paul has had such a long career that it is easier to focus on a period within that long career. So just looking up to 75. One thing that immediately sticks out to me is that he didn't have a weak period while in the Beatles - every year was great! I would have to say Abbey Road would be his weakest in terms of songwriting, Maxwell, Oh Darling are 2nd rate to me and side 2 while awesome as a whole doesn't hold up as individual songs. You Never Give me your money being the strongest. I would say 1969 would be his weakest but you've got Let it Be, Long and Winding Road, which are pretty huge. Get Back is kind of a throwaway, even Paul admitted he was surprised at it's success, it was basically a jam song. So going upwards to 1975 I would say 1969-1970 is the weakest for Paul. Let it Be, Long and Winding, Maybe I'm Amazed all strong but everything else, save for Never Give Me Your Money, aren't in the same league. Thoughts?