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The Ultimate Beatles Fan Survey

Updated on March 12, 2015
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Beatles Fans! Take the Ultimate Beatles Survey!

The Beatles are one of the world's greatest musical groups in modern history. Their legacy and music has inspired countless numbers of fans around the world. If you love John, Paul, George and Ringo, here's your chance to share your thoughts and opinions about the band! There are 50 survey questions where you can vote for your favorite Beatles songs, albums, films, and solo works, as well as share a little bit about how and when you became a Beatles fan. This survey has been created entirely for fun and non-scientific research. See how your opinions compare to those of other Beatles fans all around the world!

Basic Beatles Questions

1. How Much Do You Love The Beatles?

How big of a Beatles fan are you?

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2. At What Age Did You Become a Beatles Fan?

How old were you when you discovered The Beatles' music and became a fan?

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Beatles memorabilia at The Cavern Club, Liverpool.
Beatles memorabilia at The Cavern Club, Liverpool. | Source

3. When Did You Become a Beatles Fan?

During what decade did you discover The Beatles' music and become a fan?

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4. Are The Beatles The Greatest Rock and Roll Band of All Time?

Do you believe The Beatles are the best rock music act ever?

Absolutely! No one can compare to The Beatles.

Absolutely! No one can compare to The Beatles.

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    • TheSealLover 7 months ago

      Yes! No competition in the matter.

    • anonymous 3 years ago

      Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Ya they are! Even 1D can't beat them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      They are just awesome!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      They are the best ever!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      One word... YES!

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Yes

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Derr.... Naturally ... : - )

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      I don't see any outfit has bettered them. Yet.

    • Bill 4 years ago from Gold Coast, Australia

      In terms of the impact that they had on the world, then yes they are. Considering they were only around for a decade too is remarkable. More than 50 years since they formed and they are still gaining new fans.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      In my opinion, The Beatles changed the music, and there will never be anyone as great as The Beatles =D

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Yes! Musically and lyrically, they did many things first and best. Decades later, their influence is still felt more strongly than any other rock band. And they did it all without formal training or autotune...

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Undoubtedly and resoundedly: YES.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Yes.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Definitely the best when it comes to the impact they had but when it comes to quality, I think they share that title with several other bands/artists.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      I have to agree because they were the first and they have set the standards ever since. So many bands folowing them were influenced by them - you can even hear The Beatles style on the latest Take That album :)

    • JoshK47 5 years ago

      I'm going to lean on the side of yes, but I feel "best" is a bit too leading... definitely one of the most influential, though (and that's not me putting them down, after all, I have a whole lens dedicated to them!).

    • Jason Sositko 5 years ago

      Who else could it really be? commercially and critically, no band has or will come close, every band since, has built upon what The Beatles started. For me, There really was only one other band, Originality wise, as important to the Genrewq234 of music they defined, and that is Black Sabbath, but Compared to The Beatles, they are nothing really.

    • Nicole Pellegrini 5 years ago from New Jersey

      Although there are other bands I love a lot, I just don't think anyone really compares to The Beatles and the impact their music had on rock history.

    No way! I think the greatest rock band ever is...

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      • anonymous 7 months ago

        They are awesome, but they aren't my favourite band.

      • jeffersonline 5 years ago

        Well I did until I saw Pink Floyd.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I agree with Lemming13

      • Lemming13 5 years ago

        This may be heresy, but though I believe the Beatles were one of the finest bands ever, and had an unbelievable impact on music around the world, I can't name any one act as THE best ever. There are so many outstanding performers who have contributed so much, but in different ways.

      5. Beatles Conventions

      Have you ever attended a Beatles fan convention?

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      6. Beatles Tribute Bands

      Have you ever attended a Beatles tribute band performance?

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      Beatles tribute band "American English".
      Beatles tribute band "American English". | Source

      7. The Beatles in Concert

      Did you ever see The Beatles in concert?

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      The Beatles at Shea Stadium...one of the most famous concerts of all time!

      8. Your Favorite Beatle - John, Paul, George or Ringo?

      Who is your favorite Beatle?

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      9. John vs. Paul - The endless Beatles debate

      It's one of the great feuds and on-going arguments in rock music history: John vs. Paul. Whose songs were the best? Whose lyrics? Whose solo career? Who was basically "The" Most Important Beatle? Of course some say you can't pick just one (or would say George or Ringo instead). But do you have a strong opinion in the Lennon vs. McCartney debate? Then share it here!

      Whose "side" do you choose in the Beatles debate: John or Paul?

      John! And here's why...

      John! And here's why...

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        • Bill 4 years ago from Gold Coast, Australia

          I choose John, only because the original Paul died and was replaced by an inferior version. Seriously though, I am a fence sitter with this one. They were both hugely talented with their own unique strengths.

        • Lemming13 5 years ago

          John. Paul has had the more successful solo career, and has produced some amazing things, but John had the greater courage and conviction, and only John has produced a song that made me cry and yet gave me hope - 'Imagine'.

        • Nicole Pellegrini 5 years ago from New Jersey

          I love them both for different reasons so it's very difficult to chose. But I appreciate John for all he did not just musically but standing up for the causes he believed in.

        Paul! And here's why...

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          • TheSealLover 7 months ago

            Paul McCartney!!! John was a stuck up idiot who thought he was Jesus. Paul was kind yet a strong leader, something none of the other Beatles were.

          • anonymous 7 months ago

            paul was so much better. john was a druggo.

          • anonymous 3 years ago

            Neither! They are both awesome!

          • anonymous 4 years ago

            Both are awesome, but Paul is more awesome.

          • anonymous 4 years ago

            Also, when MrAusAdventure said that Paul died and was replaced by a look alike, THAT'S A LIE!!!!! Only an idiot would say that, not that he's an idiot, but that's just a stupid legend.

          • anonymous 4 years ago

            John was awesome, but Paul does his best to keep his career huge as much as possible, and he does a great job, even at 71. Also, his songs are great, especially the Beatle songs.

          • anonymous 4 years ago

            Ultimately, a better song writer.

          • anonymous 4 years ago

            Both:)))<3

          • anonymous 4 years ago

            There is no most important beatle, if you love the beatles then you love THE BEATLES, meaning you love the whole band. No more beatle is to greater power then the next, sure some may argue that John Lennon was the origanel group leader there for he is the most important beatle, or others may argue that Paul McCartney took over for the group for John taking all the responciabilty of the beatles making Paul the groups leader there for making him the most important beatle. But really all the band members had a part in the band and without one of them the beatles would have never been the beatles so everyone played a role in the band and no singal member is greater then the other because they are all great

          • Joan Hall 5 years ago from Los Angeles

            Paul was more rounded as a musician.

          • JoshK47 5 years ago

            It's not an easy decision, but I do love Paul a bit more than John - his music tended to reflect every day life as opposed to John's grander schemes, which isn't a bad reflection on John, just my personal preferences. :)

          • Jason Sositko 5 years ago

            I personally don't care either way about the politics of musicians that much, I have always thought Paul was the better singer, though John was probably the better song writer, john has a darker spirit in his writing I think, Ironic that he wrote Imagine as a solo artist, personally when I think Beatles, I think of Paul's singing, I just do. "Hey Jude" "Yesterday" "Let if Be", I would say, that of my 20 favorite Beatles songs Lennon only sings 4 or 5 of them, "Glass Onion" and "The Ballad of John and Yoko" being a couple of them.

          10. Your Favorite Beatle Wife or Girlfriend

          Who is your favorite Beatle wife or girlfriend?

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          11. Favorite Beatles Film

          Which is your favorite Beatles movie?

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          Beatles Albums and Songs

          12. Best Beatles Studio Album - Of The Beatles' core catalog of studio albums, which do you think is their finest work?

          Which is your favorite Beatles album?

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          13. Best Song on "Please Please Me"

          What's your favorite song on the 1963 album

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          14. Best Song on "With The Beatles"

          The Beatles' second studio album, "With the Beatles" was released November 22, 1963. Its cover photograph by Robert Freeman is one of the most recognizable images of the band, and one which has been imitated by other artists throughout the years.

          What's your favorite song on the 1963 album "With The Beatles"?

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          15. Best Song on "A Hard Day's Night"

          Released in July 1964, the soundtrack to the Beatles' first feature film became a sensation around the world. One can certainly here the development of the band's songwriting skills throughout the tracks on this album.

          What is your favorite song on the 1964 album "A Hard Day's Night"?

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          16. Best Song on "Beatles For Sale"

          Also released in 1964, The Beatles began recording this album only seven days after their last session for A Hard Day's Night!

          What is your favorite song on the 1964 album "Beatles for Sale"?

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          17. Best Song on "Help!"

          Help is on the way with this album, featuring tracks from the Beatles' second feature film.

          What is your favorite song on the 1965 album "Help!"

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          18. Best Song on "Rubber Soul"

          Released in 1965, "Rubber Soul" marked a significant step forward in the sound and style of Beatles music. Incorporating elements of psychedelic rock, r&b, and soul, it contained only original songs and no cover versions, which was also notable in the Beatles catalog at that point

          What is your favorite song on the 1965 album "Rubber Soul" (UK or US version)?

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          19. Best Song on "Revolver"

          Released in 1966, "Revolver" proved a strong contrast to the Beatles' previous release, the more acoustic "Rubber Soul". Here electric guitars dominate the sound, and the album in fact is ranked at #3 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

          What is your favorite song on the 1966 album "Revolver"?

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          20. Best Song on "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"

          To many critics and rock music lovers, "Sgt. Pepper" is considered one of, if not THE most, important albums of all time. Recorded after the band permanently retired from touring, it features a layered and rich sound incorporating everything from orchestral instruments to circus and Indian music. It is also considered one of the first ever "concept albums" with a lose theme or "storyline" throughout.

          What is your favorite song on the 1967 album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"?

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          21. Best Song on "Magical Mystery Tour"

          While the 1967 film of the same name was a critical flop, the album was a huge success. The commonly known (and released on CD) version is the American release, which featured the 6 songs in the film along with 5 singles released by the band in that same year.

          What is your favorite song on the 1967 album "Magical Mystery Tour"?

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          22. Best Song on "The Beatles" (The White Album)

          This double album, released in 1968, was chock full of new material, much of it first written during the band's Transcendental Meditation course in Rishikesh, India. However tensions within the band were evident at this point and its recording was hindered by personal issues. In fact, of the 30 songs on the album only 16 feature all four members of the band performing on them.

          What is your favorite song on the 1968 album "The Beatles"?

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          23. Best Song on "Yellow Submarine"

          Released in 1969, the "Yellow Submarine" album was actually considered a contractual obligation to go along with the release of the animated movie of the same name.

          What is your favorite song on the 1969 album "Yellow Submarine"?

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          24. Best Song on Abbey Road

          Although "Abbey Road" was not the last Beatles album released, the sessions to record it were the last where all four members of the band were present and participating. Although it originally received mixed reviews, today it is considered by many to be one of the band's finest recordings overall.

          What is your favorite song on the 1969 album "Abbey Road"?

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          25. Best Song on "Let It Be"

          Much of Let It Be was also recorded amidst tension and conflict between the band members, which can be seen in clips from the film recorded during the sessions for it. While McCartney was eager to return to a rawer, live sound which they had lost after retiring from touring, the final album featured extensive post-production work by Phil Spector for its 1970 release. A 2003 version of the album stripped much of that production work away, allowing fans to hear the songs finally in a more clean and natural state.

          What is your favorite song on the 1970 album "Let It Be"?

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          26. Best Beatles' "Number 1" Hit

          In 2000 the compilation album "1" was released. It included the 27 Beatles songs that made it to number one in the United Kingdom on the Record Retailer magazine charts and/or the United States on the

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          27. Best George Harrison Beatles Song

          Although the Lennon/McCartney songs are generally the most well-known George Harrison wrote many great Beatles songs as well. Which one of his compositions with The Beatles do you like the best?

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          28. Best Beatles Song with Ringo on Lead Vocals

          Ringo added an endearing touch to nearly a dozen Beatles songs with his unique vocals. Which song featuring Ringo on lead vocals is your favorite?

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          29. Best Ringo Star Drum Track

          Ringo often gets overlooked as a drummer because he isn't as flashy as others and is more of a "groove" player than someone who demands the spotlight for himself. Yet many drummers recognize the skill

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          30. Most Overplayed Beatles Song - Is there one you just can't stand hearing one more time?

          Which Beatles song are you sick to death of and think is completely overplayed?

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          Which is your absolute, number one, all time favorite Beatles song, and why? Or is it just impossible to choose?

          31. Absolute Best Beatles Song of All Time

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              JoshK47 5 years ago

              My personal favorite is "A Day in the Life"

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              jolou 5 years ago

              Several I like a lot, it's hard to pick just one.

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              anonymous 5 years ago

              Impossible to choose!

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              otherdeb 5 years ago

              "I Will" -- simple, direct, perfect.

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              livewater 5 years ago

              Let it be!

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              Lemming13 5 years ago

              Very hard choice, but I think Eleanor Rigby is timeless, heartachingly sad in the lyrics and musically brilliant.

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              anonymous 5 years ago

              There are so many that I love that it's nearly impossible to choose. I guess if forced to pick just one favorite, I would say, "A Day in the Life".

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              HarrisonTheMod 5 years ago

              Here Comes The Sun because it would just make you feel warm inside.

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              anonymous 5 years ago

              A Day In The Life. It combines the very best of both Lennon and McCartney's songwriting talents when they were both at the peak of their game. It's also hauntingly atmospheric, with superbly inventive drumming from Ringo.

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              anonymous 5 years ago

              " I'm happy just to dance with you", but honestly I could never pick one!

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              anonymous 5 years ago

              I just can't do it! Don't make me :(

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              Bill 4 years ago from Gold Coast, Australia

              In my Life stands out to me just for the pure emotion in the song. But there are so many others that I like just as much.

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              anonymous 4 years ago

              That's impossible!

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              anonymous 3 years ago

              I couldn't possibly choose!

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              Lynn Klobuchar 3 years ago from Minneapolis, Minnesota

              Eleanor Rigby or She's Leaving Home --or Revolution

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              TheSealLover 7 months ago

              Penny Lane, Let it Be or the electric Revolution! Two are beautiful songs that make me cry, the other one is a revved up rock song that gets me out of my seat!

            Is there one Beatles song you absolutely cannot stand? That you either never liked or are completely sick and tired of by now? Which is it, and why?

            32. Least Favorite Beatles Song of All Time

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                JoshK47 5 years ago

                Some of their older, poppier stuff is stuff I'm not particularly fond of, though I can't pick a "least favorite"... just stuff I like less than the rest, I suppose.

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                otherdeb 5 years ago

                No such animal

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                Lemming13 5 years ago

                None I can't stand, though I think Love Me Do is perhaps one of their worst efforts. Still, even that has a raw energy and charm that saves it from being unlistenable.

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                anonymous 5 years ago

                Well, I didn't find "Real Love" particularly thrilling.

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                anonymous 5 years ago

                All Together Now. McCartney at his most smug and moronic.

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                anonymous 5 years ago

                Non, all of them are unique and special!

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                anonymous 5 years ago

                None

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                Bill 4 years ago from Gold Coast, Australia

                As I have mentioned above a few times, Revolution 9 is a piece of garbage! I am glad for CD's and being able to skip tracks easily these days!

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                anonymous 4 years ago

                I think Revolution 9 sucks. It's not even a song, it's just iuashdvihasdlvksjvadlfvhlaidf Number 9... Number 9... ajsfvja;osfivjaoifhbafijbld;kfjb;sldfkjb;djb;djfb;sdjgb;sdkjf.

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                anonymous 3 years ago

                None! I personally even that revolution 9 is interesting when you think about it. Some people even think that John was trying to write his autobiography with it, since there is a baby crying at the beginning and Yoko at the end.

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                TheSealLover 7 months ago

                I like Hey Jude, but there's around 5 minutes of da da da da da Hey Jude! That irritates me. Revolution 9 is just a walk through John's drugged head, and the Inner Light frustrates me to. The Ballad of John and Yoko is alright, but John's 'Christ you know!' is completely unnecessary and offensive.

              Solo Beatles Questions

              33. Best Solo Career

              Which of the Beatles do you think had the best solo career overall?

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              34. Best John Lennon Solo Album

              Which is your favorite John Lennon solo album?

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              35. Best John Lennon Song

              What is your favorite John Lennon solo song?

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              36. Best Wings Album

              In 1971 Paul McCartney started out with a new band called Wings. Wings released 9 albums and garnered 14 top-10 singles in the United States until their dissolution in 1981.


              What is your favorite album Paul McCartney recorded with Wings?

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              37. Best Wings Song

              What's your favorite song by Wings?

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              38. Your Overall Opion about Wings - Was Paul McCartney's post-Beatles band only "second best"?

              What is your general opinion of Wings as a band?

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              39. Best Paul McCartney Solo Album

              Which is your favorite Paul McCartney solo album?

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              40. Best Paul McCartney Solo Song

              What is your favorite Paul McCartney solo song?

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              41. Best George Harrison Solo Album

              Which is your favorite solo George Harrison album?

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              42. Best George Harrison Solo Song

              What is your favorite George Harrison solo song?

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              43. Best Ringo Starr Solo Studio Album

              Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia.
              Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia. | Source

              Which is your favorite Ringo Starr solo release (studio albums only)?

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              44. Best Solo Ringo Song

              Which is your favorite solo song release by Ringo Starr?

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              45. Ringo Starr: Great Drummer or Not?

              Have something more to say about Ringo's drumming? Do you think he's one of the best, or "just ok"? It's an endless debate in drum-geek circles, so now's your turn to have your say.

              Is Ringo Starr one of the greats in rock and roll drumming?

              Absolutely! People don't give Ringo enough credit for his drumming skills and talent.

              Absolutely! People don't give Ringo enough credit for his drumming skills and talent.

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                • TheSealLover 7 months ago

                  Poor Ringo, he's considered as the unimportant one but the Beatles would've died long ago without their amazing drummer!

                • anonymous 7 months ago

                  obviously! he was amazing

                • anonymous 3 years ago

                  Totally!!!!

                • anonymous 4 years ago

                  I don't know any other drummer better than Ringo!

                • anonymous 5 years ago

                  What kind of a question is this. Of course he is with no doubt!

                • anonymous 5 years ago

                  He may not be the most technically proficient drummer out there and he's never been one to show off, but as others have said, he had exactly the sound that The Beatles needed and he held them all together.

                • Lemming13 5 years ago

                  I know there are technically far more accomplished drummers than Ringo, but I happen to think an eight minute drum solo is torture, not entertainment, so I'll go for the drummer who made his music as part of the group, not trying to dominate it.

                • anonymous 5 years ago

                  Playing the drums well is not just about being heard and keeping in time, often in Bands it is the drummer who keeps it all together, without people realising. Ringo was that sort of drummer

                • otherdeb 5 years ago

                  Okay, maybe he's not as flash as some later drummers who were more jazz-oriented, but he was right for the time and the band. And the right fit is the 10% that talent alone won't cover.

                • JoshK47 5 years ago

                  I think he deserves more credit, though he's not the best - after all, Paul had to do the drums on Back in the USSR. I'll still vote in his favor, though, since people rip on him far too much and he had quite a bit of talent.

                • Jason Sositko 5 years ago

                  Like Charlie Watts of The Rolling Stones, he played the part well, a solid underrated drummer, just not a virtuoso like a Buddy Rich for instance.

                • Nicole Pellegrini 5 years ago from New Jersey

                  Ringo may not be as technically "flash" as some drummers, but he had just the right sound for The Beatles. His "Ringo shuffle" is unmistakable, and some of his tom fills are wonderfully melodious and add so much to the songs.

                No way! Ringo's only famous because he was a Beatle. There are many much more talents drummers in rock history.

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                  "And In The End..."

                  46. The Best Thing About The Beatles Is...

                  What do you consder THE best thing about The Beatles?

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                  47. "What If..."

                  The sad loss of John Lennon in 1980, and then George Harrison in 2001, means that a true "Beatles reunion" is impossible. But if they had not been taken from this world so early, do you think it would have ever happened?

                  If not for the deaths of John Lennon and George Harrison, do you think The Beatles would have ever fully reunited?

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                  48. Musical Beatles Offspring - Who's got the most of their father's talent?


                  Quite a few of The Beatles' children have taken off on their own musical careers. Are you familiar with their work? Which musical "offspring" do you think is the most talented/your favorite?

                  Which Beatles' offspring is the most talented musician?

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                  49. The Beatles' Legacy - Long Live The Beatles?

                  Is rock and roll music here to stay? Will The Beatles and their music remain with us as long as the great classical composers of past centuries, folk songs that continue to be passed on for generations? What of their contribution to the entire atmosphere and era of the 1960s - what will historians in the distant future have to say about them (if anything at all?) Now's your chance to speculate.

                  How long do think The Beatles will be remembered?

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                  Thank you for taking part in my Ultimate Beatles Fan Survey. Have you got anything left to say about The Beatles? Feel free to leave your last words here!

                  50. Any Final Thoughts on The Beatles? - Comments welcome!

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                      Ahdilarum 5 years ago

                      I wonder, how many visitors will vote in this lens, truly?

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                      JoshK47 5 years ago

                      What a survey! great stuff, blessed by a SquidAngel!

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                      Anthony Altorenna 5 years ago from Connecticut

                      This is an amazing collection of survey questions on the Beatles, and was a lot of fun! I'll be back again to see how the polls build as more visitors cast their votes (I'm voting for John over Paul)

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                      Nicole Pellegrini 5 years ago from New Jersey

                      @Anthony Altorenna: Thanks for stopping by and do check back in the future! I admit I'm addicted to making these surveys as I love seeing how the results build up with time. It's just fascinating to me as a music lover to see how the opinions really stack up as more people vote on them.

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                      otherdeb 5 years ago

                      Great Survey. I should probably do one on one of my favorite bands....

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                      anonymous 5 years ago

                      The Beatles was the first band that really bowled me over. I was given a record player for Christmas when I was 10 plus a selection of EPs to get my record collection going. One of them was PS I Love You by The Beatles and I still have it!!

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                      Lemming13 5 years ago

                      I really enjoyed this lens, bringing back a lifetime spent with the Beatles (together, separately, or as memories tinged with sadness). Their music will be remembered long after most of today's megastars are on the scrapheap and forgotten.

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                      HarrisonTheMod 5 years ago

                      I think the films based on the songs of the beatles should be a little less melancholic.

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                      bensen32 lm 5 years ago

                      this was a nice entertaining lens, nice job

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                      Bill 4 years ago from Gold Coast, Australia

                      Well, that was a fun hour. I don't think that I have ever spent so long on one Lens! (other than my own of course while building them)

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                      anonymous 3 years ago

                      Beatles Forever!!!

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                      Lynn Klobuchar 3 years ago from Minneapolis, Minnesota

                      My lids love them, too. And they are all under 25.

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