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24th Oct '15 10:41:51 AM mlsmithca
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%%* George's spectacular "I Me Mine" really steals the show.
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* George's spectacular "I Me Mine" really steals the show.

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* George's spectacular "I Me Mine" really steals the show.



* The complete insanity that is "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)" A comedic rock song (Which features Paul as "Dennis O'Bell") with the late Music/BrainJones on Saxophone is a fun tune, originally released as the B-side to "Let It Be"

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* The complete insanity that is "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)" A Number)", a comedic rock song (Which (which features Paul as "Dennis O'Bell") with the late Music/BrainJones on Saxophone saxophone is a fun tune, originally released as the B-side to "Let It Be"
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24th Oct '15 4:16:22 AM drbebop
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* The complete insanity that is "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)" A comedic rock song with the late Music/Brain Jones on Saxophone is a fun tune, originally released as the B-side to "Let It Be"

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* The complete insanity that is "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)" A comedic rock song (Which features Paul as "Dennis O'Bell") with the late Music/Brain Jones Music/BrainJones on Saxophone is a fun tune, originally released as the B-side to "Let It Be"
24th Oct '15 4:13:59 AM drbebop
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* The complete insanity that is "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)" A comedic rock song with the late Music/Brain Jones on Saxophone is a fun tune, originally released as the B-side to "Let It Be"
24th Oct '15 4:06:49 AM drbebop
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* George's spectacular "I Me Mine" really steals the show.
11th Oct '15 7:10:34 PM mlsmithca
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* "I Will" (which Paul wrote in India) is a heavily under-rated gem in the group's catalogue.



* 'I Will' (which Paul wrote in India) is a heavily under-rated gem in the group's catalogue

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* 'I Will' (which Paul wrote in India) is a heavily under-rated gem in the group's catalogue
11th Oct '15 12:29:01 PM drbebop
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* The calming 'I Will' (which Paul wrote in India) is a heavily under-rated gem in the group's catalogue

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* The calming 'I Will' (which Paul wrote in India) is a heavily under-rated gem in the group's catalogue
11th Oct '15 12:27:28 PM drbebop
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* The calming 'I Will' (which Paul wrote in India) is a heavily under-rated gem in the group's catalogue
20th Jun '15 6:40:40 AM mlsmithca
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* "Here, There, and Everywhere", Paul's musical homage to Music/TheBeachBoys (similarities to "God Only Knows" from their album ''Music/PetSounds'' are not coincidental), features some of his best lyrics, melodies, and vocal work.

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* "Here, There, and Everywhere", Paul's musical homage to Music/TheBeachBoys (similarities to "God Only Knows" from their album ''Music/PetSounds'' are not coincidental), features some of his best lyrics, melodies, and vocal work. Opening each verse with a word of the title and otherwise threading them through the lyrics but waiting until the final line to group them together in a TitleDrop is a particular masterstroke.
20th Jun '15 6:32:27 AM mlsmithca
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* Although "What You're Doing" is one of the lesser known songs on the album, its punchy vocal performance by Paul and folk-like guitar ostinato make it well worth a listen.

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* Although "What You're Doing" is one of the lesser known songs on the album, its punchy vocal performance by Paul and folk-like guitar ostinato (which seems to predict the riff from Music/TheByrds' cover of "Mr. Tambourine Man", recorded several months later) make it well worth a listen.



* "If I Needed Someone" is arguably George's first truly great moment as a songwriter. When you've got a standout track on an album like ''Rubber Soul'', you know you're going somewhere. Spine-chilling chorus harmonies and Paul's hypnotic rising bassline makes this one an absolute keeper.

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* "If I Needed Someone" is arguably George's first truly great moment as a songwriter. When you've got a standout track on an album like ''Rubber Soul'', you know you're going somewhere. Spine-chilling A guitar riff which pays homage to Music/TheByrds' cover of "The Bells of Rhymney", spine-chilling chorus harmonies harmonies, and Paul's hypnotic rising bassline makes this one an absolute keeper.
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