Two versions of the song "Revolution" were released to the public. One was a bit on the bluesy side which was included on the White Album. The other was more rock and roll, which was released as a single. Lennon wanted the slower version released as a single. Apparently, Paul felt the slower version could become controversial, and George thought it was just too slow for a single.
Below is a video of the Beatles doing the rock version. Also, there's a link that includes a long take version (Revolution 1) which shows how it gradually developed into what became Revolution and Revolution 9, both on the White Album. This version was not publicly released.
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KnightBus: What exactly, in your opinion, makes that channel great?
Nov 14, 2013 18:23:26 GMT -5
Illuminati Headquarters: I guess we pretty much won. Extra bonus payment for everyone.
Apr 28, 2014 21:25:47 GMT -5
chantal: HELP! I distinctly remember seeing an animated GIF in someone's signature, of Paul saying "stupid". I'd like to nick that one for my Beatles GIFs Pinterest board. Where can I find it?
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KnightBus: Was it dakudos avatar?
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aieahaole48: LOVE YOUR HUMOR RE THE PAUL/'FAUL' ISSUE! First time I've laughed out loud since I was widowed in 2012. YES, the pic of Paul with the black woman was from '66, during the Beatles U.S. tour - she was one of the Ronettes, one of the opening acts.
Jan 20, 2017 0:59:12 GMT -5
KnightBus: A humble shout to all those of you who've been in the funhouse and to those who were. I really appreciate all the picture hunting and research you've done and you as a great community, also on various groups on Facebook.
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nowhereman1: Is anybody up in this?
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