Opinions Of The Beatles?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 07:05
Overrated overrated overrated overrated= overrated.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 07:14
JL - Nice vocalist and songwriter PM - Nice vocalist and songwriter GH - Nice guitarist and songwriter RS - Mediocre drummer with an okay voice Overall - They were a good band.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 07:20
i love the beatles and all and i don't mind jamming around to them but i don't think they are the best band ever like people say. i mean they're catchy and a fun band but beatles fans think they're pretty much Christ.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 07:58
Love John Lennon's solo career. Don't like Paul, his pop/rock sound of his solo career reflects that he still sounds like he's with the Beatles. Not my thing. Love George Harrison, I love his kind of song writing and he performs them well. Ringo I can take or leave. I was 16 when they first came out. Did not like them as a band then, and still don't to day. I was raised on the blues before they came along. And their music does not reflect the blues at all. As does the music of The Rolling Stones, Yardbirds and The Animals, all these artist music is based on the blues, and that is why I like them over the Beatles. The Beatles did not pave the way for these artist, as they made their own road, with their blues/rock sound, which the Beatles never had or did. take care dave
Answer #5 | 23/12 2013 09:47
I'm of that generation that "worships" The Beatles, and I agree, everything that needs to be said probably already has. John's my favorite - I wouldn't have named a favorite before now, but I recently made a mix-CD for a friend's kid, and was surprised at the John-Paul ratio. That being said, Paul's contribution is no less impressive - it's not all just the "soft and pretty" stuff by a long sight. George was a little slow in getting started, but consider that he was the "third" songwriter in a band that included Lennon and McCartney - how exactly does one compete? What I don't get is all the dismissal of Ringo - you can't really name one instance when what he played wasn't EXACTLY what best served the song (not counting his vocals, though he did pretty much occupy every song he sang as well). It's not easy to separate The Beatles as a band from the cultural phenomenon they both embodied and represent - suffice it to say that we're still talking about it 50 years later, and most of the Beatles fans out there today don't know anything about the '60s or the part played by the Beatles firsthand (or in many cases, don't know at all). That leaves the music, both era-defining and timeless. A friend of mine once explained great songwriting to his son thusly: "If people are still singing their songs a hundred years from now, it's great songwriting". The Beatles definitely qualify.
Answer #6 | 23/12 2013 10:49
they are all awesome. love the beatles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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