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Old 01-31-2014, 02:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Who is the most important Beatles Musician?


Since the Beatles has been in the music scene, so many people love this band.

But I pose one question? Who is the important musician of The Beatles.


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George Harrison

John Lennon

Paul McCartney

You decide who is the most important

For me I would say Paul McCartney.
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Old 01-31-2014, 02:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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All of them except for Ringo.

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Ringo never
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Since John started the band, I guess you'd have to say it was him, if you had to choose one.
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I have to go with Paul. Versatile musician, he played a lot of different instruments. Drums, bass, guitar, keyboards, and he wrote a good deal of the Beatles catalog.
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John Lennon.
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Old 01-31-2014, 04:09 PM   #6 (permalink)
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judging by all their solo works I'll say George Martin
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judging by all their solo works I'll say George Martin
Wasn't he their producer?
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Most important? That's easy, John Lennon. He shacked up with Yoko Ono and effectively broke up The Beatles; Then he went and got himself dead. If it weren't for those two events the overall consensus of opinion on The Beatles, for better or worse, would likely be completely different than it is now.
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Wasn't he their producer?
He was, and he helped them a huge lot.
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By what criteria Influence? Longevity? Attitude?

McCartney had the great melodic gift. Johnh ad a greater impact on the zeitgeist - though only marginally more than George with his embrace of Indian mysticism. Or was he just riding the tide of the times? Sadly Ringo was like tan ingredient that helped the group bond, but not much more. Nice guy though.
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