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  • User AvatarMichael Gerber I dunno. That's my best guess: I dunno. Sometimes Paul was his "brother," sometimes he was his deadly rival. . Remember: Double Fantasy wasn't selling great. Reviews were just OK. And John might have *wanted* to turn "Walking on Thin Ice" into a #1, but given that his last one... – Oct 20, 2:57 PM
  • Michael BleicherMichael Bleicher If the Stones had worked like the Beatles, then they wouldn’t have kicked out Brian Jones, and they would have broken up if and when he died. And if the Beatles had worked like the Stones, then once John Lennon started to be an erratic pain in the ass, Paul... – Oct 20, 2:53 PM
  • User AvatarMichael Gerber Mine too. Also "Fame." – Oct 20, 2:36 PM
  • User AvatarMichael Gerber Well I DO have great compassion for Yoko, and I'm glad it comes out, and glad it mediates some of the harsher impulses. She has come in for a lot of unearned criticism, as we all know well. And she's suffered a lot of pain in her life, as we... – Oct 20, 2:33 PM
  • User AvatarMichael Gerber As @Sam stated down in the thread, Elton was ten years younger than John, and so I suspect Lennon could have a bit more of a mentor role, or Elder Statesman, like he did with Bowie. – Oct 20, 1:46 PM
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