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57tvjr wrote on Oct 17th, 2011 3:54pm

Scorsese's George Harrison is amazing and thrilling ...George could play for the song like no other

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yukonchuck06 wrote on Aug 1st, 2011 6:29pm

Pete Best was a comprable drummer, but when Ringo joined, everything clicked for the other 3...

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aerorocker101 wrote on Nov 20th, 2010 1:18pm

cornmancer wrote on Sep 10th, 2009 at 3:51am :
Has anyone heard the remasters yet, are they better or about the same?
it depends. sometimes you can hear little extra claps or extra background vocals when they werent in the original

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salmon philippe wrote on Jun 7th, 2010 8:32am

Some wonderfull UG friends and me have made a Beatles cover of all you need is love:
http://artists.ultimate-guitar.com/philfriends/mus ic/play797248

LedDavezeppelin (vocals & guitar)
Johnny Dee (vocals and drums)
salmon philippe (Vocals & guitar)
Sunray (Bass)
Zhilla (guitar solo)
Strawforest (guitar solo)
Jasonggabbott (amazing solo)

what do you think of this ?

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salmon philippe wrote on May 23rd, 2010 2:12pm

my secret wrote on Mar 28th, 2010 at 5:26am :
i think the beatles changed music forever, created music today if u listen to modern music thers alot of symularitys

and this is why they are "classics"

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my secret wrote on Mar 28th, 2010 5:26am

i think the beatles changed music forever, created music today if u listen to modern music thers alot of symularitys

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joshua122593 wrote on Jan 12th, 2010 5:11am

Please Please Me remastered is fucking awesome. The drums are way louder than the original.

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salmon philippe wrote on Oct 2nd, 2009 7:27am

I heard some parts of it , the mix is the same as the previous version but the remastering makes the treebles and bass clearer and some instruments sound differently, you can only hear that with a good Hifi... specialy the vocals seem more natural or more beautiful... but you need good ears to see he difference !

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cornmancer wrote on Sep 10th, 2009 3:51am

Has anyone heard the remasters yet, are they better or about the same?

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cornmancer wrote on Sep 10th, 2009 3:44am

How have I not found this before?

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salmon philippe wrote on Apr 1st, 2009 8:42pm

Nothing seems to happen right here ... I am sorry for the beatles' memorry ....

But something made me hope again today , two songs of the beatles were featured on the community page ,
Mother's nature son by Bluecondition and Can't buy me love by Betty boop. GREAT !

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jasonggabbott wrote on Mar 18th, 2009 4:30am

Salmon sent me over here! I like the group so far.

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salmon philippe wrote on Feb 22nd, 2009 2:40pm

If you have any question about a Beatles song, just come and ask me, I have been Beatled till i am blind...and studied most of all their songs.

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Pencil Man wrote on Feb 2nd, 2009 4:47am

CoolGreenApple wrote on Feb 1st, 2009 at 9:11pm :


Just learned the Let it Be solo.

Which one? The album or the 1 or the Anthology versions? My first solo was the album version of Let It Be.

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CoolGreenApple wrote on Feb 2nd, 2009 3:11am

Just learned the Let it Be solo.

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youwon'tseeme wrote on Jan 25th, 2009 10:49pm

I was cut off but I was saying that Ringo's drumming is also very good in The Beatles 1963 song Thank You Girl especially even more towards the end of this song.

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youwon'tseeme wrote on Jan 25th, 2009 10:47pm

youwon'tseeme wrote on Jan 25th, 2009 at 5:46pm :


John Lennon never really said this! Please go to an excellent UK John Lennon fan site called, You Are The Plastic Ono Band. It has many John interviews from over many years.

One of them was from 1971 in the ST.Regis Hotel and he was asked what he felt about Ringo as a drummer and he said that Jim Keltner was a bit more technical but that Ringo was still one of the best drummers in rock!

Who did John use as a drummer on his first true and brilliant solo album, John Lennon Plastic Ono Band when he could have gotten just about any rock drummer willing to play on a John Lennon album? Ringo and his drumming is very good on this album too!

In addition to the other Beatles songs already mentioned on here where Ringo's drumming is great, I noticed not that long ago while listening to The Beatles early 1963 song, Thank You Girl that Ringo's drumming is v

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youwon'tseeme wrote on Jan 25th, 2009 10:46pm

John Lennon never really said this! Please go to an excellent UK John Lennon fan site called, You Are The Plastic Ono Band. It has many John interviews from over many years.

One of them was from 1971 in the ST.Regis Hotel and he was asked what he felt about Ringo as a drummer and he said that Jim Keltner was a bit more technical but that Ringo was still one of the best drummers in rock!

Who did John use as a drummer on his first true and brilliant solo album, John Lennon Plastic Ono Band when he could have gotten just about any rock drummer willing to play on a John Lennon album? Ringo and his drumming is very good on this album too!

In addition to the other Beatles songs already mentioned on here where Ringo's drumming is great, I noticed not that long ago while listening to The Beatles early 1963 song, Thank You Girl that Ringo's drumming is v

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youwon'tseeme wrote on Jan 25th, 2009 10:38pm

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aig91 wrote on Apr 17th, 2008 at 1:43am :


Gibsum 41 wrote on Apr 16th, 2008 at 9:52pm :

hey everyone. so today i was discussing The Beatles with my science teacher and he said something that kinda shocked me. i told him Ringo was a good drummer and he said he was awful.
he said the only reason Pete Best got replaced by Ringo was because Pete got a lot more attention than the whole band.
I know Ringo's not close to the best drummer in the world but was he really THAT bad?
No he's not. He may not be the best drummer in the world but he's certainly not awful. My parent's friend came from Malaysia (he's american but he lives there now with his wife) and he stayed at our house for a few weeks in November and he said the same thing. Other than Ringo, he also said that John Bonham and John Paul Jones sucked too. That was the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard!


When asked if Ringo was the best drummer in the world, Lennon replied:"Ringo isn't ev

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GabbyTard wrote on Jan 15th, 2009 10:13pm

The reason Ringo was replaced was because noone liked Pete Best's drumming. -.- They also say that Pete was getting all the attention from the fans, and Paul wanted the attention...

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