Oh man... i just got back from Paul McCartney!
It was so amazing i can't even talk about it yet. i havent gotten over the initial shock. wait i can talk a little:
It was so much fun, my voice is totally gone, and blackbird was practically spiritual.
Paul McCartney is immortal.
the only crazy thing that happened was that the ladies sitting behind me asked Mira, Claire and I to sit down. What?
they were crazy.
Lily and I have been listening to the Beatles a lot lately. We've also got an ongoing argument between the two of us that we hope you can resolve. We posted this little survey on our blog about two months ago, but here it is now, finally for the wider public in this long dead thread:
1. After "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," what do you think is the Beatles' most widely known/acclaimed album? Bonus points if you list the Beatles studio albums in order from most acclaimed/well-known to least. (Also, feel free to dispute "Sgt. Pepper's" standing as #1, if you'd like.)
2. Name the top ten most widely known Beatles songs. It shouldn't be "favorites" or "best," but most recognizable/ubiquitous to your average music fan.
Thanks for taking the time to do this. We promise not to break up over your answers.
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