History YMMV / TheBeatles

29th Sep '16 5:07:29 AM Nick7689
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--> ''Come together//
Right now//

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--> ''Come together//
together\\
Right now//now\\
29th Sep '16 5:06:47 AM Nick7689
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* AccidentalInnuendo: The chorus from "Come Together":
--> ''Come together//
Right now//
Over me''
7th Sep '16 8:47:39 AM 06tele
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* TheWoobie: "The Fool on the Hill", the main character of the song of the same name from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. No one likes him, no one accepts the fact that he's wise, and no one listens to what he has to say.

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* TheWoobie: "The Fool on the Hill", the main character of the song of the same name from ''Music/MagicalMysteryTour''. No one likes him, no one accepts the fact that he's wise, and no one listens to what he has to say.say. Averted inasmuch as he's a fool, and so doesn't realise it.[[note]]Well, he does have a "foolish grin".[[/note]]
7th Sep '16 8:36:21 AM 06tele
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*** Opinion on Ringo's abilities as a drummer tends to be divided between musicians and non-musicians. Non-musicians tend to think that he was a terrible drummer; musicians tend to think otherwise.

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*** Opinion on Ringo's abilities as a drummer tends to be divided between musicians and non-musicians. Non-musicians tend to think that he was a terrible drummer; musicians tend to think otherwise. The true reason why there's only one drum solo in the whole of Ringo's work with the Beatles is that he hated solos. The others had to persuade him to take one on "The End", because they were all going to take guitar solos and they didn't want it to look like he was being left out. Ringo's opinion, which is shared by most musicians who have an opinion on the topic, is that he more than "showed what he could do" with his steady, selfless and rock-solid support of the band's music, which was based on precision and balance and not flashy musicianship. In an era that saw the rise of the hot drummer, from Keith Moon via Mitch Mitchell and Ginger Baker to Ian Paice and Carl Palmer, Ringo knew well that he wasn't in that kind of band. In any case, he'd already inspired a generation of kids to take up the drums in the first place, so, legacy intact.
1st Aug '16 11:32:34 PM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: The remixes on ''LOVE'' are either excellent to the point of being better than the originals (see "BetterThanCanon" below) or a tacky cash-in on their popularity.



* BrokenBase: Experimental Rock aficionados dismiss their entire "Fab Four" era. Conversely, some fans of the earlier stuff dismiss their post-''Music/RubberSoul'' output. And modern Beatles fans disagree over the merits of any work that was created after the band officially broke up -- not just all the post-Beatles solo projects, but ''any'' music ''ever'' recorded by ''anyone at all'' after 1970. There are fans of nearly every genre of music out there who like The Beatles; thus, merely knowing someone likes them gives one ''no clue'' as to their taste in general.

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Experimental Rock aficionados dismiss their entire "Fab Four" era. Conversely, some fans of the earlier stuff dismiss their post-''Music/RubberSoul'' output. And modern Beatles fans disagree over the merits of any work that was created after the band officially broke up -- not just all the post-Beatles solo projects, but ''any'' music ''ever'' recorded by ''anyone at all'' after 1970. There are fans of nearly every genre of music out there who like The Beatles; thus, merely knowing someone likes them gives one ''no clue'' as to their taste in general.


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** The remixes on ''LOVE'' are either excellent to the point of being better than the originals or a tacky cash-in on their popularity.
20th Jul '16 3:17:09 PM TrollBrutal
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* {{Applicability}}: Paul's mom the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric from "Let It Be". When asked if the song referred to the Virgin Mary, [=McCartney=] has typically answered the question by assuring his fans that they can interpret the song however they would like.

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* {{Applicability}}: Paul's mom was the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric from "Let It Be". When asked if the song referred to the Virgin Mary, [=McCartney=] has typically answered the question by assuring his fans that they can interpret the song however they would like.
20th Jul '16 3:15:11 PM TrollBrutal
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* Applicability: Paul's mum the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric from "Let It Be". When asked if the song referred to the Virgin Mary, [=McCartney=] has typically answered the question by assuring his fans that they can interpret the song however they would like.

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* Applicability: {{Applicability}}: Paul's mum mom the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric from "Let It Be". When asked if the song referred to the Virgin Mary, [=McCartney=] has typically answered the question by assuring his fans that they can interpret the song however they would like.
20th Jul '16 3:14:39 PM TrollBrutal
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* Applicability: Paul's mum the inspiration for the "Mother Mary" lyric from "Let It Be". When asked if the song referred to the Virgin Mary, [=McCartney=] has typically answered the question by assuring his fans that they can interpret the song however they would like.
11th Jun '16 10:33:22 PM CassandraLeo
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** Mono vs. stereo. This is, believe it or not, SeriousBusiness. There is a substantial contingent of fans that applies FanonDiscontinuity to the stereo versions of all albums before Music/TheWhiteAlbum. They have a point, since the Beatles themselves and George Martin both seem to have regarded stereo as [[ItWillNeverCatchOn a gimmick that wouldn't last]] and had little to no involvement with them. They were also made before modern stereo mixing practices became widespread, meaning that you have things like [[GratuitousPanning all vocals on the left and all drums on the right]], both of which are regarded as serious no-nos in modern mixing. The White Album stereo mixes do this to a certain extent too, but not as flagrantly.

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** Mono vs. stereo. This is, believe it or not, SeriousBusiness. There is a substantial contingent of fans that applies FanonDiscontinuity to the stereo versions of all albums before Music/TheWhiteAlbum. They have a point, since the Beatles themselves and George Martin both seem to have regarded stereo as [[ItWillNeverCatchOn a gimmick that wouldn't last]] and had little to no involvement with them. They Even then, they weren't completely involved with the process; ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' was, in fact, the only album for whose stereo mixes they were completely involved, with the result that it's their most modern-sounding stereo mix. The earlier Beatles stereo mixes were also made before modern stereo mixing practices became widespread, meaning that you have things like [[GratuitousPanning all vocals on the left and all drums on the right]], both of which are regarded as serious no-nos in modern mixing. The White Album stereo mixes do this to a certain extent too, but not as flagrantly.
11th Jun '16 10:30:53 PM CassandraLeo
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** Mono vs. stereo. This is, believe it or not, SeriousBusiness. There is a substantial contingent of fans that applies FanonDiscontinuity to the stereo versions of all albums before Music/TheWhiteAlbum. They have a point, since the Beatles themselves and George Martin both seem to have regarded stereo as [[ItWillNeverCatchOn a gimmick that wouldn't last]] and had little to no involvement with them. They were also made before modern stereo mixing practices became widespread, meaning that you have things like [[GratuitousPanning all vocals on the left and all drums on the right]], both of which are regarded as serious no-nos in modern mixing. The White Album stereo mixes do this to a certain extent too, but not as flagrantly.
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