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Today's Poll: 04/21/2015

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At the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction Yoko Ono dubbed Ringo Starr "the most influential Beatle". Who do you think is the most influential Beatle? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
George Harrison
Paul McCartney
John Lennon
Ringo Starr
Other/Undecided (explain in comments)
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jhnicole
on 04/21/15
I was a band that was probably around when i was younger.I think i like some of their songs.I dont really know much about the band members.I should have put john lennon just because i love the movie mr hollins opus lol.
lili222
on 04/21/15
This question is for old people...
chrissysmom
on 04/21/15
I have no idea who was the most influential Beatle.
amazingme1972
on 04/21/15
I don't know b/c I really have not listen to much of their music or followed their career.
Saramcalpin12
on 04/21/15
...I've heard of the beatles but have no clue who they are....They were way before my time...
joshfif
on 04/21/15
none of them are influential in this century
MMDD
on 04/21/15
madlila and 1 others liked this  
Tell that to the sell-out crowds at Paul McCartney shows.
SparkleBee
on 04/21/15
xkerminatorx and 6 others liked this  
Well, we still have rock and roll, so maybe they've influenced other musicians.
NOPFJefe
on 04/21/15
xkerminatorx and 5 others liked this  
I hope everyone enjoyed their "Cheerios" for 5SB in the next 30 minutes or so.
Rspencer25
on 04/21/15
Thanks a lot!!
jazzing63
on 04/21/15
Awesome! Thank you so much!!
LCDNA
on 04/21/15
Thanks, just had multi-grain
lznyc212
on 04/21/15
coacoapebbles13 liked this  
Thank you!!!
bgulick85
on 04/21/15
I do not know anything about the beetles', because I do not listen to their music
thekinetic
on 04/21/15
Lennon, he wrote 95% of their music!
lucyinthesky
on 04/21/15
cfleming42 liked this  
That's not true. He did not write 95% of their music, lol. Paul wrote probably the most but it was more likely equally divided.
TexasHolders
on 04/21/15
nimrod55 and 2 others liked this  
Number of songs written by each:
Lennon: 72
McCartney: 70
Jointly between Lennon and McCartney: 18
Harrison: 22
Starr: 2
tnkrbell12259
on 04/21/15
McCartney and Lennon had an agreement while they were part of the band that their work would go under their names jointly even if written by one - for example Yesterday under joint names but actually written by McCartney.
MMDD
on 04/21/15
Not true. Roughly even split between him and McCartney, especially when you factor in how many they co-wrote. A small sliver by George Harrison and a tiny sliver by Ringo.
Chesapeakejet
on 04/21/15
Not only that, but they did a lot of remakes of others before them!
MMDD
on 04/21/15
True, especially early on.
Stuffydbear
on 04/21/15
xkerminatorx liked this  
George never got the credit he deserved! VOTE GEORGE!!!!
LoveToShop1995
on 04/21/15
I think they were all great together!
Usagiangel
on 04/21/15
rushingb liked this  
Can't say I've ever cared about the Beatles. I have no idea who is who.
tweetycjr
on 04/21/15
rushingb and 2 others liked this  
I don't think any one of them was more influential than the others. They worked together to created some very good music.
jerseyannie
on 04/21/15
coacoapebbles13 liked this  
Good music as a group and that's all that matters to me.
psasser
on 04/21/15
coacoapebbles13 liked this  
I would say that culturally, it is a toss-up between John and Paul. But not he actual music of the Beatles, from what I know, George was really the backbone when it came to the music and its development. But then again, I don't much care for the Beatles.
dwyane62
on 04/21/15
coacoapebbles13 liked this  
Really don't care
cruisinlady
on 04/21/15
coacoapebbles13 liked this  
I don't care
psycobunni
on 04/21/15
coacoapebbles13 liked this  
I enjoyed their music, but don't care about the politics.
tinmantoo
on 04/21/15
Rspencer25 liked this  
They each had something great to add - in total, Ka-ZAM!
ereardon31
on 04/21/15
I am a Beatles fan and I believe that not one Beatle was greater than the other. They are were very influential to me.
lolzftw
on 04/21/15
jayjaym7 liked this  
IDGAF
Vaprrenon
on 04/21/15
Too hard to call for me!
maesaysdoit
on 04/21/15
none
TishLuvsU
on 04/21/15
bruuuh
KrisStefaniw
on 04/21/15
I don't really care
aitros
on 04/21/15
alejandra92963 liked this  
I like listening to their music but I cannot say that anyone of them has influenced me.
lotusenta
on 04/21/15
I think the Beatles are a little overrated, but that's just me. :/
snoopymissy123
on 04/21/15
never really cared for them
jmetal07
on 04/21/15
dreambaby0218 liked this  
maybe yoko is trying to get with ringo
schwab1
on 04/21/15
never was interested in the Beatles
ileo82
on 04/21/15
I doesn't know.
JettHall
on 04/21/15
Oh and if you want to really know something about John Lennon, listen to "Imagine", people!
redmaple
on 04/21/15
I don't know.
dis466
on 04/21/15
George Harrison was so underused...great guitarist and vocalist
Notthamomma
on 04/21/15
She was being nice, and showing respect.
I'm in my mid 30's and wasn't listening when they came out, but still old enough to remember pre-hip-hop American music. I think John was probably most influential. Some dislike Yoko, but she was his one of his influences. But the song 'My guitar gently weeps' by George, puts him right next to Paul, even though Paul also had 'Band on the Run', with Wings.
That being said, they 'were' a created boy band that enjoyed playing American shows, because girls here peed themselves while waiting for the band. Also american girls were promiscuous. America is always looking for the next 'Beatles'. The Beatles and Elvis sold out, and were still suffering from it today.
lucyinthesky
on 04/21/15
tweetycjr and 3 others liked this  
You are showing that you know nothing about the Beatles. They were not a "created boy band" LOL! They paid their dues for years in Liverpool and Hamburg before they made it big. They did it the hard way, working their way up with talent and perseverance. Nowadays the "bands" are created. It's a lot of auto-tuned fluff.
pic297
on 04/21/15
JillAlexandra and 2 others liked this  
Actually, they weren't a created boy band. They were a bunch of guys from Liverpool who played bars and clubs all over Europe for years before they were "discovered". They all started playing (not necessarily together) when they were in high school.
Notthamomma
on 04/21/15
Then why did they kick Tommy Moore out the band for not having teeth?
Then replaced the replacement Pete Best, for no apparent reason?
Settling on mild mannered Ringo?
There's no proof, but come on now.
Notthamomma
on 04/21/15
Brian Epstein made changes to the band to make them more marketable.
nitad8455
on 04/21/15
zephyr359 and 10 others liked this  
For those people who "do not care about the Beatles". You really need to check out what they did for the music industry. They revolutionized the entire method of recording. Whether or not you like their "music" - which is so diverse it can be done by any group from orchestras to hip hop artists - they were musical geniuses. Check your encyclopedias. That is a fact. They deserve your respect.
GucciMama00
on 04/21/15
Opinions Opinions Opinions. Maybe for those who lived in the pass who expected the music industry ways. But in the 20th century people don't make music like that (Beatles) I've heard their songs and their lame. I could understand if old people like their songs. But if someone makes a song like the Beatles NOWW in these days, yay it won't become popular, because we NOW adays don't listen to music like that. We care for the beat, rapping, something loud that gets your hype. Old music is Old News.
Darkbee
on 04/21/15
I can't tell if you're trolling or not but your post screams of ignorance. Good music is good music irrespective of when it was created. There's a reason people still listen to classical music. Furthermore, contemporary music is made possible by music from the past.

And BTW, you think rapping is new? It's been around for decades. I was probably listening to rap before you were even a fetus.
lisaz19
on 04/21/15
You need to learn basic spelling and grammar aside from figuring out how to tell good music from bad and also how to be respectful, little girl.
tarheel4ever
on 04/21/15
kctruffin and 2 others liked this  
What is really lame is your grammar and spelling.
tarheel4ever
on 04/21/15
kctruffin liked this  
That was directed to GucciMama00 ...
maryebond007
on 04/21/15
tweetycjr and 4 others liked this  
I'm part of the generation that is young NOW and I hate our current music. Older musicians were actually talented and didn't rely on computers and auto-tuning to sound good. They were revolutionaries with instruments and other equipment to make new effects the world hadn't heard before.

I don't want loud or "gets your hype." I want talent and peaceful, easy songs I can sing along to. Most artists today are just plain bad, untalented people that seek drama over skill.
Notthamomma
on 04/21/15
tweetycjr and 10 others liked this  
It's lived in the past.... I think you meant respected the music industry ways, but I'm not sure.
1901-2000 was the 20th century. We are in the 21st century.
NOW adays people.... as you put it, don't like music unless there is a lil' girl in the video with them, or the artist 'itself' is half-naked performing. We have words for that behavior, and it's called prostitution.
myfreebies23
on 04/21/15
kctruffin and 1 others liked this  
Well said. I concur vehemently!
CRswaggygirl
on 04/21/15
I really have no idea
JettHall
on 04/21/15
Why do you have to comment on everything even when you have no idea of what you are commenting about? It is really annoying and a waste of space! YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!
You really don't know ANYTHING about the Beatles unless you were born in the 50's or 60's. My son was born in 1970 and he doesn't even know or remember any of their songs or music. But he does knows about John Lennon! He knows what John and Yoko wanted music to say. He knows what John's message to the world was, along with Yoko. My son knows because I played John Lennon's music. I told him about John Lennon. He was the only influential Beatle. (Sorry Ringo, Paul and George)
hbkangel1
on 04/21/15
They were before my time. I don't know anything about them.
pic297
on 04/21/15
kimbow702 liked this  
John Lennon, hands down. He wrote or co-wrote most of the songs. His legacy lives on today, while Paul McCartney spends all of his time attempting to be current.
AAARonnie777
on 04/21/15
do you know how many songs Paul wrote? I suggest u look it up.
lucyinthesky
on 04/21/15
John did not write "most" of the songs.
Sonshinemolly
on 04/21/15
I am not a fan of the Beatles.
XoPumpkinn
on 04/21/15
zephyr359 and 18 others liked this  
Good Morning

SWAGCODE: Cheerios


Worth 5 Sbs
Larrie4life
on 04/21/15
THANKS<3
Shemademe
on 04/21/15
Thank you!
plutolover
on 04/21/15
XoPumpkinn liked this  
Thanks that was very nice of you :-)
Trader
on 04/21/15
Notthamomma liked this  
If you read the Paul McCartney biography, "Many Long Years From Now" by Barry Miles, Sir Paul McCartney admits that the Beatles were about sex, drugs, and rock and roll. My parents were right all along."-) Whether or not you like their music now, they were certainly critical in changing the music business to what it has become now. Looking back, the Beatles now seem to be from the age of innocence. They may have experimented with every drug available to them and partied with a lot of young female fans, but at least they were never involved in the drive-by shootings of today and they managed to survived long enough to hear their music on "oldies" stations, except for John Lennon.
jdasher01
on 04/21/15
I don't care.
mburke92
on 04/21/15
zephyr359 and 1 others liked this  
For the next 45-ish minutes use the swagcode "Cheerios" to get 5SB :)
lhutch2013
on 04/21/15
Paul McCartney, if John Lennon was still with us it would have been a toss up.
tarheel4ever
on 04/21/15
zephyr359 liked this  
Swag Code = Cheerios

Worth 5 swagbucks so hurry before it expires - about 45 minutes left.

Good luck to all! :)
chesha78
on 04/21/15
Apparently John Lennon is literally in Hell so idk lol
elorac71
on 04/21/15
Notthamomma liked this  
and you know this by what means?
JeffM89
on 04/21/15
Pete Best...ha j/k.
BethM333
on 04/21/15
all of them

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