While critics often rank 'Sgt. Pepper's' as the Fab Four's greatest work, at least 2 Beatles disagreed with that take.
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The Beatles Had Planned Another Album After 'Abbey Road'
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Paul McCartney thought Beatles bandmate George Harrison's songs before 'Abbey Road' "weren’t that good"
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Ted Genoways on Twitter: "New audio reveals John Lennon wanted to proceed with the Beatles post-Abbey Road w/ George Harrison given equal space on each album. Four songs each for John, Paul, and George, two songs for Ringo, “if he wants them.” Let the playlists begin! https://t.co/a9mJs7cGF8"
Graham Cluley on Twitter: "If, like me, you're something of a Beatles obsessive you'll probably enjoy the @IAmTheEggPod podcast. Loved listening to @matteveritt's moving discussion of Rubber Soul this am, but - oh boy - I can't agree with the show's opinion of Plastic Ono Band. It's Lennon's best solo LP!"
Amanda Abbington on Twitter: "Favourite Beatles in order:
Joint First: George Harrison, Paul McCartney, John Lennon.
Last: Ringo Starr."
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