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United States United States. DJ since Sep 26, 2008
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autofyrsto - They wouldn't give me this one, and what a shame. It's the pinnacle of the Beatle's career, I think.

Within You Without You (Live 1995) Beatles Harrison

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autofyrsto - I thought this tune was underrated copared to the oters on this album.
autofyrsto - uh oh. I'm having some trouble finding some playable youtube vids for Sgt. Pepper. Y'all will have to click thru.
autofyrsto - The album against which all future albums will be compared.

Sgt Peppers Lonely Heart Club Band- The Beatles (Remastered!

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autofyrsto - With this, I've officially entered the Church of the Latter-Day Beatles.
autofyrsto - Sometimes I have to scrape the bottom of the Beatle barrel, audio quality wise, to post the videos I want on here....

George Harrison I Want To Tell You Albert Hall 1992

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autofyrsto - Here, There, and Everywhere

Here, There and Everywhere (Take 14)

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autofyrsto - I appreciate this here sentiment.

Taxman -- George Harrison and Eric Clapton (live)

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autofyrsto - Yellow Submarine, from Revolver

The Beatles-Yellow Submarine off of Revolver (U.S. version) vinyl

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autofyrsto - Lastly, Capitol pinched three tunes from the upcoming Revolver album to round out 'Yesterday and Today'
autofyrsto - 'Day Tripper' and 'We Can Work It Out' came out in fall 1965 as the first 'Double-A side' single.
autofyrsto - 'Drive My Car', 'Nowhere Man', 'If I Needed Someone', and 'What Goes On?' were on the 'Yesterday and Today' album.
autofyrsto - 'Act Naturally' and 'Yesterday' were not on a US LP until 'Yesterday and Today', which came out after 'Rubber Soul'.
autofyrsto - Whoa there, John? What's the deal with this? What's going on, here?

The Beatles Run For Your Life (Take 5)

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autofyrsto - And I've at last entered the era of my Beatles CD collection. 'Rubber Soul' is the earliest Beatles CD that I own.
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