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View Poll Results: Best Ex-Beatle's Work?
John Lennon 8 40.00%
Paul McCartney 3 15.00%
George Harrison 5 25.00%
Ringo Starr 3 15.00%
Paul McCartney and Wings 1 5.00%
The Traveling Wilburies 0 0%
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Old 07-18-2013, 12:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best Ex-Beatle's Work?

Okay, so we all know that while The Beatles were together, they left a large impact on music. But out of their solo careers after the breakup, which was the best? I'm also including some bands fronted by former Beatles, as they left an impact as well, but not the solo touring bands. Which is your favorite and why?
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Do we even need a Ringo option here?
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Do we even need a Ringo option here?
Hey, someone might prefer Ringo's solo work over John, Paul, and George's solo..HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
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Well we probably just about guaranteed a joke vote or two or five or twenty...
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I mean look at this for a band line up

Billy Preston – vocals, piano, organ, tack piano, backing vocals; electric piano
George Harrison – electric and acoustic guitars, Moog synthesizer, sitar
Eric Clapton – electric guitar
Keith Richards – bass
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I saw Billy Preston in '73 opening for Grand Funk Railroad. GFR was pretty good but BP blew them off the stage
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My vote goes to Ringo Starr's artwork.
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I mean look at this for a band line up

Billy Preston – vocals, piano, organ, tack piano, backing vocals; electric piano
George Harrison – electric and acoustic guitars, Moog synthesizer, sitar
Eric Clapton – electric guitar
Keith Richards – bass
Ginger Baker – drums, tambourine
Damn...I should listen to that...
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GFR was pretty good but BP blew them off the stage
Was that just his afro?
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I mean look at this for a band line up

Billy Preston – vocals, piano, organ, tack piano, backing vocals; electric piano
George Harrison – electric and acoustic guitars, Moog synthesizer, sitar
Eric Clapton – electric guitar
Keith Richards – bass
Ginger Baker – drums, tambourine
I had forgotten all about Billy Preston through the years. Good to be reminded.
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