Both were singers and gutarists for The Beatles but which one had the better solo career? John wrote about War, Love and Peace. Paul has had a longer solo career but has he made the same amount of classics as John did?
Personally I like John Lennons music over Pauls. I welcome everyones opnion.
Definitely John. Among many reasons this is why !
I prefer JOhn. His post Beatle music is legendary and some of the best music he ever wrote.
Paul was in a different league, very good, but it didn't have the messege that JL gave in his music.
I've always been a huge Beatle fan and still listen to their music, especially John's. I think, looking in retrospect at his early death, his music is a lasting message to the world.
my son made an entire audience have tears in their eyes a few years ago when he performed Imagine for a cancer fundraiser at the hospital he works at. some scoff at his idealism, but the message is simple and so powerful.
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George, actually. But, if it has to be between John and Paul, John wins, hands down.
My mother, however, does not agree.
Since John Lennon was murdered before I really knew who he was, I have to answer with Paul McCartney. In fact, I only know of one song from JL - Imagine, but have many songs from PM in my head.
...was a big fan of George however.....
...anyone remember 'band with the runs'?
No contest. John and Paul together were an unbeatle songwriting team. Solo careers, I love the McCartney album. It's a classic. I love Ram. Can't stand Wings. And McCartney hasn't done anything since then that I like.
I like him and I am happy I got to see him.
But John -- totally different league (of his own).
Definitely John Lennon, he's my favourite. Amazing artist
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