Yes, it's that time of year again, when we sort through all of our receipts and forms and pay more than our fair share to Uncle Sam. As we've been trying to figure out just how much we owe, one song in particular has been going through our heads repeatedly, 'Taxman' by the Beatles.
The majority of the Beatles archive finally made its debut on iTunes back in November of 2010, but not without a few holes. Among the missing was ‘Let It Be…Naked,’ the no-frills remixed and remastered release that pays homage to their 1970 album ‘Let it Be.’
The Beatles were broken up for a little more than three years when the ‘1962-1966’ and ‘1967-1970’ compilations were released in April 1973. The two-disc sets – known as the ‘Red’ and ‘Blue’ albums, respectively – were neither supplements to nor replacements for the band’s other records. They were merely what they appeared to be: collections of great songs by the greatest band that ever walked the earth.
This month, the Beatles get a second chance to be enshrined in the Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame -- but first they have to get by Buffalo Springfield. Each month, our readers will determine which of eight legendary artists or bands is immortalized forever for their contributions to classic rock history.
After a bracket-busting upset in the previous round, the finals of the first-ever Ultimate Classic Rock Hall of Fame election pits the Beatles against the Kinks. You have one week to choose which of the two will be the first band to earn this 100% fan-voted honor.
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