Come Together (track) by The Beatles
Come Together appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
- Abbey Road (track #1) (this album) (1969)
- 1967-1970 (track #23) (compilation) (1973)
- 1 (track #25) (compilation) (2000)
- The Beatles Box Set (track #176) (compilation) (1988)
- Anthology 3 (track #44) (compilation) (1996)
- CD Singles Collection (Box Set) (track #42) (compilation) (1992)
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This song is a slowed down version of “can’t catch me” by Chuck Berry with a more iconic bass riff and drum beat. I think it is mainly Johns vocal performance on this song that makes it any good besides Paul and Ringos funky groove. An overrated song, yet still probably 3rd best on Abbey Road besides Something and Here Comes the Sun.
Funny, Funky and Freaky. Everything is right. One of my favourite Lennon tracks. Just wish Paul had sang at the Microphone with him like he wanted to. Only 7 years on from Love Me Do. Wow.
A bit overrated bluesy pop rock hit
Well executwd thought.
What us a walrus gumboot exactly ?
Essa música tem uma musicalidade incrível. Soa como Michael Jackson em seu auge, mas no final dos anos 60's!
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Among the greatest Beatles songs.
Really cool song but it feels to me totally out of place on Abbey Road, especially at the beginning. I've always thought of it as a single thrown in at the beginning of the album for the sake of it.
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