Should the Beatles have worked it out?

Should the Beatles have worked it out?

There are 23 comments on the MSNBC story from Apr 9, 2010, titled Should the Beatles have worked it out?. In it, MSNBC reports that:

Looking back after 40 years, that seems like a ridiculously short lifespan for a band as important as the Beatles, who were, from left, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison.

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#22 Jul 26, 2011
*opps

I would've NOT bothered with most of the early stuff.

"In Spite Of All The Danger" ???

Maybe as a historic listen.

I don't want to hear again. It sounds real old.
Bubba

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#23 Jul 26, 2011
octopus brain wrote:
*opps
I would've NOT bothered with most of the early stuff.
"In Spite Of All The Danger" ???
Maybe as a historic listen.
I don't want to hear again. It sounds real old.
Yeah I know what you mean.One listen and you think well that's what they once sounded like but you don't want to keep playing it over and over.Three cool cats is a song I don't mind hearing every once in a while but still early and old sounding.I feel that way when I hear Free As A bird by Skynyrd now because that song and La Grange I've heard way too many times.I change the chanel when I hear certain songs like bad to the Bone or one Whiskey One Bourbon one Scotch.Just over played.

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#24 Jul 26, 2011
Bubba wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah I know what you mean.One listen and you think well that's what they once sounded like but you don't want to keep playing it over and over.Three cool cats is a song I don't mind hearing every once in a while but still early and old sounding.I feel that way when I hear Free As A bird by Skynyrd now because that song and La Grange I've heard way too many times.I change the chanel when I hear certain songs like bad to the Bone or one Whiskey One Bourbon one Scotch.Just over played.
38 Special
The Byrds
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
The Outlaws
Flamin Groovies
Bad Company
Johnny Rivers
Boston
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Journey

Those are some of artists I'm listening to now.

Bands or performers I've haven't heard in quite a while.

Led Zeppelin, Skynyrd and ZZ Top were overplayed. Still like them though.

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