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Paul McCartney. Had John Lennon lived, he would be right up there as well.
John Lennon, of course! Although, I really enjoy the most recent lyrical efforts of Ringo Starr. Paul McCartney is my last choice of favorites, he did better when he was with Lennon.
McCartney's solo work is overall the best. Yes, he did some lousy songs (e.g., "Let 'Em In") but overall his work is head and shoulders above the rest.
Second place goes to George Harrison.
Yoko Ono's Listen The Snow Is Falling outclasses most of the Beatles' solo offerings, especially her hubby's sickly Double Fantasy.
by BritishRock7 years ago
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by AnnCee7 years ago
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