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It was my husband’s last album for thought he should have it and he cried when gave it to him. Now my daughter has it and won’t let me buy it from her for he told her to keep it always. Thanks. It’s absolutely astonishing. The 18th Fast And Furious 2001-2019 anniversary signature Shirt guitar is eerily precise and enrapturing. It envelops you from the initial fade out of Back In the USSR to the very end. They’re all great tracks, apart from the awful, No 9. If they had swapped it, for Hey Jude, it would have been the greatest album ever made! (though, my brother, Nigel Trotman wouldn’t agree, as he hates, back in the image if that track4 woulda been Hey Jude!
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Wow…that just boggles the mind–cause Cry Baby Cry is one of the 18th Fast And Furious 2001-2019 anniversary signature Shirt albums sleepers. Always had a soft spot for Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey. For me it’s seminal punk rock… on an album with 1920s vaudeville, country & western, blues, reggae, kiddie’s singalong, heavy metal, acoustic ballads, and avant-garde music concrete rounded off with a lullaby. Amazing. So many highlights but I must mention the splendidly creepy Cry Baby Cry. If a spider could sing, it would sound like John’s vocal here.
Ringo’s drumming on Dear Prudence. Ok, honestly, everything about Dear Prudence makes it my favorite track on The 18th Fast And Furious 2001-2019 anniversary signature Shirt White Album. For me, it’s easily their best album and definitely a sign of the turbulent times. But don’t flip out. This is only my opinion. Cheers. It was Paul. He drummed on Back in The USSR and Dear Prudence when Ringo walked out. Are you freaking kidding me!!! It would seem Mr. I Know Everything About The Beatles actually just learned something new today. I never knew that! I knew Ringo walked out but never heard that Paul play the drums on that track.