Who was the most talented Beatle in y...

Who was the most talented Beatle in your opinion?

Created by Greg on Nov 19, 2007

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JOHN

PAUL

GEORGE

RINGO

ALL WERE EQUAL

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Greg

Greece

#1 Nov 19, 2007
Please if you want and have the time, explain why.
Greenster

London, UK

#2 Nov 19, 2007
I can't seperate Lennon and Mcartney !
Greg

Greece

#3 Nov 19, 2007
Welcome friend. Well I love them all. But I always thought John had something...You understand.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#4 Nov 19, 2007
ALL 4 WERE AWESOME...

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#6 Nov 19, 2007
thas veri troo. toof. yu haf u way wiff worz.
Stale Bagel still kicking

United States

#7 Nov 20, 2007
Musically talented, I'd have to say it was that guy...what's his name? Lennon McCartney? It's an odd name, but very talented guy. I agree that Ringo Starr had more talent than musical. He would have been a great actor if he chose to direct more of his energy in that directon.
He played in a kiddy series as this train conductor either replacing or preceding George Carlin. I thought Ringo was great with the kids. He had a gentle heartwarming facet that wasn't shown enough thru media.
George? This may be controversial, but I think he showed more of his talent as he got older.
I do think if he got more positive encouragement,
he would have made more music. He was overshadowed by Lennon McCartney - that ridiculously talented guy.
Random Guy

United States

#8 Nov 22, 2007
Ringo was definitely the least talented of the fab four. The other three are a tie.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#9 Nov 22, 2007
without ringo there would be no beatles.
Love Ringo

Thermal, CA

#10 Nov 24, 2007
Nope, Ringo's drumming had just as much to do with the sound as anyone else in the group. He was never given the credit for his contribution to each song.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#11 Nov 24, 2007
Love Ringo wrote:
Nope, Ringo's drumming had just as much to do with the sound as anyone else in the group. He was never given the credit for his contribution to each song.
so right. "rain", "tomorrow never knows", that is some powerfull drums. ringo is the man.
Adolfo Hitlieri

United States

#12 Nov 25, 2007
I think the Pope is a Beatles Fan. Check it out.

http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/catholic/...
Greg

Greece

#13 Nov 25, 2007
There are Nazis in the Topix, just below the stairs?

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#14 Nov 25, 2007
Greg wrote:
There are Nazis in the Topix, just below the stairs?
woke up dis moanin blues wuz all around. no need to ass the reason why, lol...i agree greg.

Since: Sep 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#15 Nov 28, 2007
I am torn on this as well between John and Paul. I voted John since I loved his vocals more than Paul. I also like John's song writing style more than Pauls since it was not as lollipop.
Greg

Greece

#16 Nov 28, 2007
NewYC wrote:
I am torn on this as well between John and Paul. I voted John since I loved his vocals more than Paul. I also like John's song writing style more than Pauls since it was not as lollipop.
Paul's music isn't lollipop. John added some harshness, Paul was and still is more delicate. That's the word I think. When they were joining powers, then we have already seen the results. To cut a long story short, Paul has written great stuff.

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#17 Nov 28, 2007
Adolfo Hitlieri wrote:
I think the Pope is a Beatles Fan. Check it out.
http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/catholic/...
And the pope smokes dope, doesn't he???

Since: Sep 07

Pittsburgh, PA

#18 Nov 28, 2007
Greg wrote:
<quoted text>Paul's music isn't lollipop. John added some harshness, Paul was and still is more delicate. That's the word I think. When they were joining powers, then we have already seen the results. To cut a long story short, Paul has written great stuff.
No doubt Paul is extremely talented (I wish I had a dash of his talent). But you have to admit his stuff was bubble gum pop. He did have some awesome rocking songs for sure (Live and Let Die)but most of it was 'silly love songs'.

I wish that John and Paul would have collaborated on more songs. The stuff they did together was ground breaking and incredible for thier time.

In my opinion....John was more talented.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#19 Nov 28, 2007
Greg wrote:
<quoted text>Paul's music isn't lollipop. John added some harshness, Paul was and still is more delicate. That's the word I think. When they were joining powers, then we have already seen the results. To cut a long story short, Paul has written great stuff.
so right. paul is still the same as he was back then. his songs are still meaningfull. paul is paul. and im very glad.
Greg

Greece

#20 Nov 28, 2007
But you have to admit his stuff was bubble gum pop. He did have some awesome rocking songs for sure (Live and Let Die)but most of it was 'silly love songs'.
No my friend, no. He had his bad moments just to fill an album(because of the contract with the record company he made) but most of it was Beautiful simple songs.

awc

“Pepperland”

Since: Dec 06

Pepperland

#21 Nov 28, 2007
letting go, rock show, band on the run, let me roll it, put it there, hope of deliverance, world tonight, jenny wren, everynight, maybe im amazed, too many people, another day, oh woman oh why, juniors farm, jet, my love, only one more kiss, owe it all to you, ....... hardly bubble gum. i understand silly love songs and a few others are soft rock, but what beware my love........

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