John Sebastian as well. The ratio of great songs per released track is incredibly high with the Spoonful, IMO. So many near-perfect pop songs came out of their work in such a short time.
I couldn't agree more, for many years I had a "best of" and I thought that was all I needed, but when I started to listen to their albums I realized what I had been missing. John's first solo album is brilliant too.
Post by lorendavies on Jul 12, 2016 11:36:37 GMT -5
I like when I opened this post. (I would not change anything) I think Lennon and McCartney were so independent and so great in his compositions that he can not be considered half as composers (Jagger & Richards), (Mercury & May), (Water & Gilmour) (Elton John & Bernie Taupin)... Lennon & McCartney had his legacy defined more and were more prolific and others shared their work much between them.
Pd. Lennon & McCartney will not be seen in a Pack (two in one).