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Beatles '73

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Beatles '73

Post by Bobbert » Fri Oct 09, 2020 7:23 pm

My Amazon Music playlists include an imaginary Beatles album that collects solo Beatles music from 1973, which was the peak year for their solo music. The album was "released" in December 1973 and includes songs from Living in the Material World, Mind Games, Ringo, and Band on the Run.

Here's the LP track list:

Side 1
1. Give Me Love (George)
2. Jet (Paul)
3. Mind Games (John)
4. Photograph (Ringo)
5. The Light that has Lighted the World (George)
6. I Know (I Know) (John)

Side 2
1. Mamunia (Paul)
2. Out the Blue (John)
3. Mrs. Vandebilt (Paul)
4. Be Here Now (George)
5. Six O'Clock (Ringo)
6. Don't Let Me Wait Too Long (George)

Obviously I'm a big fan of George's Living in the Material World album. I left off the Band on the Run single because it doesn't really reflect the Beatles as a continuing group.

The album has a very quiet, mature feeling. What do others think?

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Re: Beatles '73

Post by matt1 » Sat Oct 17, 2020 11:28 pm

Still waiting for The Beatles 1976 compilation "Rock & Roll Music" & 1977 compilation "Love Songs" (both 2 albums on 1 CD)!!

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Re: Beatles '73

Post by Musicrewired » Fri Oct 23, 2020 12:09 am

I'd also include "One Day (At A Time)" from Lennon, "Little Lamb Dragonfly" from Paul's 1973 Wings album "Red Rose Speedway", and George's "The Day The World Gets 'Round".

"Jet" isn't really a quiet song, but it's well done. Perhaps "I Lie Around", the B-Side of the summer '73 Wings single "Live And Let Die".

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