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  1. Mar 18,  · Last month, 30 rare photographs of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones went up for sale on eBay. The shots came from the private collection of .
  2. Jul 26,  · The Rolling Stones - Hey Negrita - OFFICIAL PROMO The Rolling Stones. the brand new best of the Rolling Stones out now: George Harrison on John Lennon and The Beatles.
  3. Oct 21,  · By the time the Rolling Stones got around to making records in , The Beatles had already been cutting tracks with George Martin at Abbey Road studios for nearly a year.
  4. Feb 04,  · "Beatles vs. Stones," John McMillian Simon & Schuster The Beatles and the Rolling Stones represent two sides of one of the Twentieth Century's greatest aesthetic debates.
  5. Sep 19,  · The Beatles first cut the song during their audition for George Martin, with drummer Pete Best. Martin made them redo it with replacement Ringo Starr and again with a .
  6. May 23,  · The Beatles vs. The Rolling Stones: A Tale-of-the-Tape Look at Who Was Really the Best. It’s a closely contested series, but when the buzzer sounds it’s The Beatles (Innovation, Inspiration, Diversity) over The Stones (Best Peak Work—no small achievement—and the push on Durability). Stay tuned for the rematch.
  7. Mar 17,  · Bill was slightly better than Paul on the bass (and Darryl is better than both of them). All four guitarists in the Stones were better than the three guitarists in the Beatles (and Mick Taylor was better than almost anyone else alive at the time) and Mick Jagger is the greatest front man in rock and roll .
  8. Ringo Starr vs Charlie Watts. Ringo, well, according to Lennon, wasn't even the best drummer in The Beatles! Though right-handed, Ringo led with his left and his distinct style changed the face of modern drumming. By dictating the pace and tempo, no longer are drummers viewed as a minor detail in a band's structure.
  9. 10 Essential Rolling Stones Blues Songs. “Money (That’s What I Want”) () Many a Stones buff doesn’t know that their band also tackled this Barrett Strong composition that the Beatles made much better known. The Stones pull everything back—the tempo, the freneticism—and up the stomp quotient.

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