Mean Mr. Mustard (track) by The Beatles
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This track is rated in the top 3% of all tracks on BestEverAlbums.com. This track has a Bayesian average rating of 83.8/100, a mean average of 83.0/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 83.9/100. The standard deviation for this track is 12.4.
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This is a one minute throwaway from Lennon, who wrote this a year earlier in India. This song, along with Rain, are the blueprint for Brit pop, especially Oasis. Just goes to show the power and talent of John Lennon. I look forward to this song on the album and wish it was longer. John is such a tease.
The definition of short and sweet.
Not offensive, just average.
Here it is. The real start of the Abbey Road Medley. Get ready.
Cool little number with an awesome fuzz bass line :)
A great little throwaway, mean Mr.mustard, is one of the few tracks on the medley that, given a bit more length, could have been a great song in it's own right. As it is, it's still a fantastic track and one of the most enjoyable on side two. Great fun.
Where the medley gets going. Great groove to this song.
Fairly underrated, probably cause it's short and part of a medley. For me it's tons of fun in just a little over one minute. Great lyrics and that jovial, uptempo rhytm. I think that Britpop-era Blur drew some inspiration from this, it would fit on "MLIR" or "Parklife".
For a 1 minute song very catchy! Though I had to think whether the background sound would annoy me after numerous repeats and I guess that cost it the 100. Amazing to listen to as a once in a while song though!
Drum intro kills
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