The End (track) by The Beatles
The End appears on the following album(s) by The Beatles:
- Abbey Road (track #16) (this album) (1969)
- The Beatles Box Set (track #191) (compilation) (1988)
- Anthology 3 (track #50) (compilation) (1996)
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Love the guitar solos. Brilliant.
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Such a beautiful song, one of music's greatest swan songs.
If I had to pick, The End would be my favorite song on Abbey Road. I can't imagine a more poetic ending for The Beatles. Every member gets time at the front of the song. Even Ringo with a fantastic drum solo!! The world is a better place because they got back together after Let It Be and made this album and thank Paul and George Martin for putting together this medley. "And in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make"
say what you will about ringo, but the drumming here is excellent
Finally Ringo gets his solo :D Great end to a brilliant album (discounting the wierd Her Majesty), and the 3-part guitar solo is awesome!
This truly is the end. Forget Let it be and Her majesty, this is the true end. A tear stained goodbye to the greatest pop band ever, there surely can be no Beatles fan that does not get misty eyed when they hear this track. 'And in the end the love you take is equal to the love you make', a beautiful epitaph, it sums up the whole Beatles career in one brilliant line. But if you think it all gets too heavy and emotional, we realise that it isn't quite the end....
A truly great jam. Legendary drum solo and some great guitar work. We all know who had the best solos of the 3 by the way....
I like the beginning most. A cool track throughout, though. Sort of pompous, but fitting end to the greatest career ever.
Grreat way for the Beatles to End things
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