Here’s how to play. Imagine the Beatles had not broken up in 1970, but remained together until Lennon was assassinated in 1980. Here’s the catch; during those ten years, they released only one album. Your job is to choose the songs for that album. In order to follow a standardized, realistic format, here are the rules: Choose somewhere around 13-16 songs for the album, each must have appeared on a Beatles solo album during the 70’s. Pick 5-6 Lennon songs, 5-6 McCartneys, 2-3 Harrisons and, what the heck, throw one in there for Ringo to sing. The Lennon, McCartney & Harrison songs must have been written by them, the Ringo selection need only to have appeared on one of his solo albums. Also, consider the playing order in which the songs should appear. Here is my B.A.T.N.W. (Beatles Album That Never Was): 1.Venus and Mars/Rock Show (McCartney) 2.My Sweet Lord (Harrison) 3.Maybe I’m Amazed (McCartney) 4.Woman (Lennon) 5.#9 Dream (Lennon) 6.Jet (McCartney) 7.Well Well Well (Lennon) 8.Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth) (Harrison) 9.Instant Karma (Lennon) 10.Live and Let Die (McCartney) 11.Working Class Hero (Lennon) 12.It Don’t Come Easy (Starr) 13.Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey (McCartney) 14.Isolation (Lennon) 15.Isn’t It a Pity (Harrison) 16.Band on the Run (McCartney) Jon Edit: Hmm...Looks pretty good. I think I'll burn it to a disc.