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Postby mjb27 » Wed Jul 02, 2003 1:31 am

Hey,Gastro Boy could John sing `My Love better than Paul did? As for Rockers listen to `Oh Darling` on Abbie Road or Helter Skelter on the White Album. John was a better lyricist period.As a singer,musician,and formulating melodies-NO CONTEST- Paul.
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Postby Gastro (gone) » Wed Jul 02, 2003 3:46 am

My Love is good... but not for John..

I've already said that Oh Darling has a great vocal..

Paul was probably a better arranger.. ie he presented his songs mostly done.. the problem was they weren't always great songs... John was more open to suggestions I guess or maybe a little lazier.. all I know is that his songs ended up being better so go figure...
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Postby Brains » Wed Jul 02, 2003 4:14 am

quote:Originally posted by Gastro Boy
I disagree, John sings ballads much better than Paul...

quote:My Love is good... but not for John...

Conclusion: Paul sings ballads better than John [:)]

John had a great RnR voice, I just heard Bad Boy again... wow, he's smokin' on that one. He didn't really do that often, too bad.
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Postby dsnito » Wed Jul 02, 2003 1:18 pm

Well Gas, here you come again...Paul has a nice voice as well as John had to sing rock music or ballads each one in HIS OWN STYLE... It's always great to listen to Paul singin'"Yesterday" or "My Love" as much as listening to "Imagine" or "Jealous Guy" by John... I like them both(before I forget, George had also a great ballad singing..."Something", has anyone more to say??[;)])

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