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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by LastJaguar, Jul 9, 2021.
Beatles or Stones?
if we’re going by golf orientation, Beatles win.
But I’d rather walk along a path comprised of stones than a path comprised of either beetles, volkswagens, or beatles. For me, stones win, rolling or not.
None of the above.
Both...but only in their earlier days, before they lost their way.
Simon or Simon?
Simon or Schuster?
Kramer vs. Kramer vs. Kramer vs. Kramer
Led Zeppelin vs Lead Zeppelin?
The choice is easy.
Dave Clark Five vs Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich?
I'd have said DC5 hands down until I saw this:
Guy with rocks or guy with sticks
For longevity the Stones are the obvious winners.
Think it was Billy Squier who said there are two types of classic rockers: those who say the Beatles are everything, and those who are lying. lol
Anyway, great as the Stones have been they still have not had anything like the impact across all genres the Beatles have had. Even back then, the Beatles were everywhere. Count Basie did a whole album of jazz covers of their material in 1966, well before so many of their greatest melodies even came into being. Brazil66 covered them, putting out a great reimagining of (among other items) Fool On The Hill in 1968. Just two examples among literally thousands.
But Lennon-McCartney / Harrison? OH YEAH, OH YEAH!