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Paul McCartney - The McCartney Interview download mp3 album
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The McCartney Interview
Style:
Interview
Released:
1980
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UK
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1727 mb
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Side One. "McCartney II". Negative Criticism Of The Beatles And Wings. Venus and Mars", "Wild Life". Musical Direction, Ringo, George, "Hey Jude". The White Album", Tension, "Helter Skelter".

Paul McCartney 컬렉션을 완성하세요. The McCartney Interview ‎(LP, Album). Parlophone, Parlophone. 2C 070-64292, 2C 070-64. The McCartney Interview ‎(LP, Ltd, RE).

By Paul McCartney, Unofficial album, Part of the collection Paul McCartney, Ultimate Archive Collection. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of such covers qualifies as fair use. Timeline See what happened in 2016. Publisher: Voo-Doo Records. Take It Off! Temporary Secretary.

Paul McCartney talks new album 'Egypt Station', imaginary conversations with John Lennon, how Charles Manson stopped him playing 'Helter Skelter' and more. On stage: Paul McCartney. In the audience: a selection of some of the most famous people in the world: Johnny Depp, Liv Tyler, Nile Rodgers, Stormzy, Kylie, Orlando Bloom, Stella McCartney. You’ll have heard about it by now. But also in that number is a solitary, middle-aged Scouse bloke, lingering near the front

Paul McCartney strums an acoustic guitar on a sofa in his London office, humming to himself as he tries to recall a melody from his adolescence – one of the first, never-recorded songs he wrote with his teenage friend John Lennon, on their way to starting the Beatles in Liverpool

This printed interview appeared as a press release in advance promotional copies of Paul's first solo album entitled "McCartney. It was from here that story of the Beatles' breakup first began to spread. The album was first released in the UK on April 17th, 1970. Q: "Why did you decide to make a solo album?" Paul: "Because I got a Studer four-track recording machine at home, practiced on it, liked the results, and decided to make an album

Paul McCartney played at Abbey Road Studios again a few weeks ago, and what a trip that was. He sang hits including We Can Work It Out and Drive My Car about the distance of three McCartneys away from his audience. This tiny gig was part show of the decade, part Madame Tussauds on tour. At 76, the singer is unstoppable. He is about to release a new album and has just played a two-hour private gig at Abbey Road. Off stage, he’s more vulnerable. And confessional: there was the day he got high and saw the Almighty, for starters. He can work it out: Paul McCartneyMARY McCARTNEY. The Sunday Times, September 2 2018, 12:01am. Paul McCartney played at Abbey Road Studios again a few weeks ago, and what a trip that was.

Tracklist

A1 McCartney II
A2 Negative Criticism Of The Beatles And Wings
A3 His Influences
A4 Venus And Mars / Wild Life
A5 Band On The Run
A6 Musical Direction / Ringo/George / Hey Jude
A7 The White Album / Tension / Helter Skelter
A8 Abbey Road
A9 Musical Background
A10 Early Beatles Mixes
A11 The Sgt. Peppers Story
A12 Rubber Soul / Revolver
A13 Fame And Success
A14 Stage Fright During The Beatles And Wings
A15 How Wings Started
A16 New Wave / Early Beatles
A17 Creating The Beatles Sound
B1 The Beatles Conquest Of America
B2 Beatles' Haircuts And Image
B3 Paying Dues In Hamburg & Liverpool
B4 Weathering Pressures
B5 Video Of Coming Up
B6 Playing Bass
B7 Lennon McCartney Songwriting
B8 Beatles Imitators
B9 I Am The Walrus
B10 New Wave, Bowie, Ferry, Elvis
B11 Pop Music & Radio
B12 Getting Married / Changing Perspective / Waterfalls
B13 Give Ireland Back To The Irish, Hi Hi Hi / Banned Songs / Children's Songs / Mary Had A Little Lamb

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute
  • Mastered At – Customatrix

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Vic Garbarini
  • Photography By – Linda McCartney

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-36987-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): XSM 167678
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): XSM 167679
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Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CHAT 1, OC 034-64 292 Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP) Parlophone, Parlophone CHAT 1, OC 034-64 292 UK 1980
EPS-27001 Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP) Odeon EPS-27001 Japan 1980
2C 070-64292, 2C 070-64.292 Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP, Album) Parlophone, Parlophone 2C 070-64292, 2C 070-64.292 France 1981
A2S 821 (2 LP set) Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(2xLP) Columbia A2S 821 (2 LP set) US 1980
PC 36987 Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP, Ltd, RE) Columbia PC 36987 US 1981