Todd Rundgren Teams Up With Half Of Steely Dan! Todd’s new “White Knight” CD is full of great musical collaborations, including one very political song with Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen… Bravo to Cleopatra Records for the terrific support of Todd’s… Read More ›
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Paul McCartney’s “Toss Off” Gems! Paul McCartney routinely released songs throughout his career that never ended up on albums – at least not until special editions and bonus tracks became part of the “reissue” strategy in music. It all began… Read More ›
Paul McCartney’s “Rockestra!” The Last “Wings” Single – In France! First New Grammy! Macca Rocks Kampuchea!
Paul McCartney’s One Time Only Supergroup – Macca’s “Rockestra!” The great “Rockestra Theme” is one of Paul McCartney’s great instrumentals – and the last song ever performed with Wings! It’s also a Grammy winning song that started a whole new… Read More ›
Paul And Ringo’s Mini-Beatles Reunion! This funny image is from the music video for “So Bad”, one of the playful songs from “Pipes Of Peace”. Ringo and Paul recorded together again after years apart. “Pipes” is a “debated” entry in… Read More ›
Paul McCartney At The Speed Of Sound! It’s an iconic image of Macca, taken from the photo sessions for his fifth Wings album, the terrific “Wings At The Speed Of Sound.” “At The Speed Of Sound” came at an interesting… Read More ›
Have I Got Some Exciting TV For You! Yes, thanks to Netflix, and the TV visionaries fromNorway, you can watch knitting – in real time! Thats right, knitting AS IT HAPPENS! Let me explain: there’s a new TV phenomenon from… Read More ›
“My Grandma Saw You At Candlestick Park!” That is just one of the funny moments on this dynamite concert DVD from 2006 – Paul having fun with signs he sees in the crowd! I watched this again last night and… Read More ›
“One thing they didn’t tell me was that I was in the middle of a Nirvana reunion!” When you are Paul McCartney, it must be difficult to be surprised by anything – but wait until you read some of this… Read More ›
My Paul McCartney “Electric Argument!” Was The Fireman Actually “McCartney III?” Macca’s Heather Mills Dis Myth!
This Paul McCartney album was hailed as: “The ex-Beatle’s headiest music in years!” The album being referenced captured Macca in a very artistic mood, as a series of photo shoots revealed: “Electric Arguments” Electrifies The Critics! It was, of course,… Read More ›
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“While it is true that a descending chromatic four-chord progression is a common convention that abounds in the music industry, the similarities here transcend this core structure” With those words, a Judge is taking Led Zeppelin…