Who was your favorite Beatle? Ringo, John, Paul, or George?

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  1. Fuller_legend profile image80
    Fuller_legendposted 8 years ago

    Who was your favorite Beatle? Ringo, John, Paul, or George?

  2. johnrain profile image60
    johnrainposted 8 years ago

    john is my favorite beatle and about you

  3. meteoboy profile image65
    meteoboyposted 8 years ago

    My favourite  is John Lenon . Greeetings from Greece.

  4. Fuller_legend profile image80
    Fuller_legendposted 8 years ago

    Based purely on talent then it has to be Lennon. On character from what i've seen Ringo always seemed the joker of the pack.

  5. EnzoStudios profile image75
    EnzoStudiosposted 8 years ago

    Paul for sure. Paul wrote nearly half of the songs, and almost by himself. He is a genius.

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    timonwellerposted 8 years ago

    I will go with Ringo just like my parents.

  7. kozmicbluej profile image60
    kozmicbluejposted 8 years ago

    Used to be John, but the best person and human in the Beatles has to be George, a top top man

  8. telltale profile image71
    telltaleposted 8 years ago

    Cannot decide between John and Paul.  As both are equally good in writing and singing songs.

  9. kookoo88 profile image61
    kookoo88posted 8 years ago

    I like Paul best.  I have most of his songs from the Wings and his early solo years on my playlists.  I enjoy them a lot.  Sometimes you just need a silly little love song. wink

    John is my second favorite.  He's also the most epic I believe.

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    TheJigginsposted 8 years ago

    George Harrison was an amazing, spiritual man.  He had written some of the best music for the band [this is of course all opinion].  It isn't hard to see what his goals in life were from his music, either. [While My Guitar Gently Weeps, Here Comes the Sun, My Sweet Lord, Bangla Desh].  His concert for Bangladesh also shows his devotion to humanitarian causes.

    John Lennon of course was a man of social change.  He wanted to see the world give peace a chance, and wanted to see and end to war, enslavement and greed.  But most importantly he wanted the world to love as it should.  He often criticized and wrote satire on the subject of society and how his modern world differed from what he felt [and I agree] was deeply important.

    Though I can't pick a favorite between the two, I will say in my opinion that George Harrison had much better post-Beatles albums.

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    Derdriuposted 8 years ago

    George Harrison is my favorite, but all of the Beatles had something of value that contributed to the band's success.


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