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 ›
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Breaking Beatles News! Paul McCartney’s lawsuit against Sony has been settled, and his Beatles songs are his again! As The Guardian reports: “Paul McCartney has reached a settlement over copyright to the Beatles catalogue, avoiding a legal battle that could… Read More ›
“Thrillington!” Paul McCartney’s Brilliant “RAM” – Orchestrated ! The Story Of A Big Band Recording Of His Masterpiece!
Are You A Fan Of Percy Thrillington? The odds are you own a LOT of his music…take a look and this and let me know… Check Out Paul McCartney’s Musical Catalog! I love this wallpaper, which shows the incredible catalog… 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 ›
“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 ›