I'll check those later, great suggestions.
I have one question and this is why I think the Abbey Road Medleys should be higher in terms of innovation and uniqueness. Is the structure a medley or is it really an extended form of music with three large movements or sections of short unrelated songs? There is musical recurring theme on “You Never Give Me Your Money” and “Carry That Weight” other than that it's neither part of concept album nor it is a narrative album like an opera.
I know this has been discussed by many people in prog and there is even a book about its unique structure The Beatles' Abbey Road Medley: Extended Forms in Popular Music Thomas MacFarlane..
In pop music, if you do a medley, you were doing two or more songs together, but only doing a portion of each song, rather than giving each a full rendition.
Thus, very successful artists do a "hits medley" in live performance as a way of getting a whole bunch of songs out of the way without having to sing each individually from beginning to end.
If this definition is valid, then applying "medley" to the suite on side two of Abbey Road would be inaccurate.