I’m glad The Beatles broke up. Without that happening we would have never gotten the following stellar solo albums:
John Lennon’s Imagine – If there is one song that encapsulates Lennon it is the title track from his best post-Beatles work
Paul McCartney’s Wings, Band on the Run – I know I come off a little hard on Macca, but honestly the dude is one of the best songwriters that ever lived, and this record proves it.
Ringo Star’s…….. uh ……. umm….
George Harrison’s All Things Must Past – for my money the BEST Beatles solo album there is. This 3 record opus is the result of years of only getting 2 tracks on Beatles records. Harrison’s back catalog was growing as well as his songwriting expertize. This album can truly be called a masterpiece and my favorite from a Beatle solo.
There are 4 divisions for the songs:
DIVISION 1: The Clean Cut Years
These are songs from the first 3 Beatles albums –Please Please Me, With The Beatles, and Hard Days Night.
DIVISION 2: The Shaggy Years
These are songs from the next 3 Beatles albums –Beatles For Sale, Help, and Rubber Soul
DIVISION 3: The Mustache Years
These are songs from the middle 3 Beatles albums – Revolver, Sgt Peppers, and Magical Mystery Tour
DIVISION 4: The Beard Years
These are songs from the last 3 Beatles albums – The Beatles (The White Album), Abbey Road, and Let It Be
After each Division crowns one song as the winner, those songs will battle each other in the final fight to determine which Beatles song is the BEST! Enough talk, let’s get to the battles
Division 4: The Beard Years
Let It Be