THE BEATLES: THE ROSEMARY ALBUM (DOUBLE-RECORD SET)

Beatles on SullivanToday marks the 50th anniversary of the Beatles’ appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show during their first trip to the United States. My older sister Rosemary is a very zealous Beatles fan and to mark this historic occassion she put together this layout for a fictional two-record set featuring what she feels are the Beatles’ best songs after their breakup. The terminal point was 1981 to include the release of John Lennon’s final album, which however means songs like George Harrison’s Got My Heart Set on You cannot be included.  

THE ROSEMARY ALBUM

Side One

IMAGINE (John Lennon)

ALL THINGS MUST PASS (George Harrison)

MY LOVE (Paul McCartney)

PHOTOGRAPH (Ringo Starr)

WHAT IS LIFE (George Harrison)

Side Two

ISN’T IT A PITY (George Harrison)

WOMAN (John Lennon) 

LIVE AND LET DIE (Paul McCartney)

(JUST LIKE) STARTING OVER (John Lennon)

NO NO SONG (Ringo Starr)

Side Three

INSTANT KARMA! (John Lennon)

BEWARE OF DARKNESS (George Harrison)

MAYBE I’M AMAZED (Paul McCartney) 

IT DON’T COME EASY (Ringo Starr) 

WHATEVER GETS YOU THROUGH THE NIGHT (John Lennon)

GIVE ME LOVE (George Harrison)

Side Four

 MY SWEET LORD (George Harrison)

WATCHING THE WHEELS (John Lennon) 

YOU’RE SIXTEEN (Ringo Starr)

HAPPY X-MAS\WAR IS OVER (John Lennon)

WONDERFUL CHRISTMAS TIME (Paul McCartney)

NOBODY TOLD ME (John Lennon) 

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6 responses to “THE BEATLES: THE ROSEMARY ALBUM (DOUBLE-RECORD SET)

  1. Great list! I always liked John and George most of all!

  2. Interesting selection. Not enough Paul for my taste though.

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