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Old Mar 24, 2008, 07:13 PM   #21
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Old Mar 25, 2008, 04:55 AM   #22
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Is the list complete? Aren't some songs from Past Masters missing?

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Old Mar 25, 2008, 08:41 AM   #23
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No Magical Mystery Tour album was released until after they broke up. The songs were originally released on two EP's.
Magical Mystery Tour is the name of the album and double EP by the English rock band The Beatles, first released in late 1967. (According to Wikipedia)

Seems to me the lads were still around in 67. Must have purchased a bootleg without knowing this when it was released in the states.
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Magical Mystery Tour is the name of the album and double EP by the English rock band The Beatles, first released in late 1967. (According to Wikipedia)

Seems to me the lads were still around in 67. Must have purchased a bootleg without knowing this when it was released in the states.
The US album was released in 1967 and imported to Britain but it was not officially released in the UK until Nov. 19, 1976.
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Aren't some songs from Past Masters missing?
Actually, no. Both volumes of Past Masters has several of the songs from this current list. The rest were #1 songs (which we are not counting this time) or songs already covered on other albums.

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Actually, no. Both volumes of Past Masters has several of the songs from this current list. The rest were #1 songs (which we are not counting this time) or songs already covered on other albums.
Sorry to trouble but you count the B-sides like "This Boy" and "I'm Down" as a part of the single?
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Actually, no. Both volumes of Past Masters has several of the songs from this current list. The rest were #1 songs (which we are not counting this time) or songs already covered on other albums.
I'm sorry to disagree, but, IMO, the songs Thank You Girl, This Boy, I Call Your Name, I'm Down, Revolution and Don't Let Me Down should have been included in the voting, since they were not number 1 "on their own" but as B-sides.
Just my two cents
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Old Mar 26, 2008, 10:06 AM   #31
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The US album was released in 1967 and imported to Britain but it was not officially released in the UK until Nov. 19, 1976.

How odd the Uk released MMT six years after the Beatles disbanded. But since it was released in 67 in US, that, to me, makes it an official album. So we agree to disagree, it's the music that matters anyway!
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I'm sorry to disagree, but, IMO, the songs Thank You Girl, This Boy, I Call Your Name, I'm Down, Revolution and Don't Let Me Down should have been included in the voting, since they were not number 1 "on their own" but as B-sides.
Just my two cents
I see what you mean here. I was hoping not to overlook any songs. If you notice any more, send me a PM before Sunday and I'll start another round.
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I see what you mean here. I was hoping not to overlook any songs. If you notice any more, send me a PM before Sunday and I'll start another round.
No, that's all the songs missing, I think.
Unless you want to include the 2 german versions and/or Free As A Bird and Real Love.
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The US album was released in 1967 and imported to Britain but it was not officially released in the UK until Nov. 19, 1976.

How odd the Uk released MMT six years after the Beatles disbanded. But since it was released in 67 in US, that, to me, makes it an official album. So we agree to disagree, it's the music that matters anyway!
i agree with that, this official release stuff seem rather silly to me anyhow.
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Magical Mystery Tour is the name of the album and double EP by the English rock band The Beatles, first released in late 1967. (According to Wikipedia)

Seems to me the lads were still around in 67. Must have purchased a bootleg without knowing this when it was released in the states.
i agree, this pretending that MMT is not an album is dumb.


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Old Mar 27, 2008, 11:00 AM   #36
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I think a better list would be to swipe all the MMT songs since most of us here consider that to be a true Beatles album and to include all the b-sides but then again most of them were on American versions which when I was growing up WERE the actual albums, but that is for another thread.
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This thread is now closed and here are the final votes:

I Am The Walrus - 20
Rain - 16
Baby, You're A Rich Man - 10
I'll Get You - 7
The Inner Light - 6
The Fool On The Hill - 5
Old Brown Shoe - 5
You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) - 4
Your Mother Should Know - 4
Blue Jay Way - 1
Flying - 1
Long Tall Sally - 1
Magical Mystery Tour - 1
Bad Boy - 0
Matchbox - 0
Slow Down - 0

I Am The Walrus, Rain and Baby, You're A Rich Man will advance.
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