‘Beatles vs. Stones’ Reveals Myths About Both Bands

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  1. Interesting, as someone who grew up in that era( I remember seeing both the Beatles and the Stones on Ed Sullivan) I’ll have to check this book out. I was always more of a ‘Stones’ fan even though most of our parents considered the Beatles more of a ‘safer’ alternative. After all, “All you need is Love”, “Yellow Submarine” compared to “Let it Bleed”, “Stray cat Blues” and my alltime favorite “Sympathy for the Devil”. But as the author says, this ‘Rivalry’ ended too soon when the Beatles called it quits and the ‘Stones’ kept on going( I still consider them the ‘Worlds Greatest Rock and Roll Band!)

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