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The McCartney Interviews

Paul Gambaccini

The McCartney Interviews

After the Break-Up

by Paul Gambaccini

  • 115 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Omnibus Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rock,
  • Entertainment & Performing Arts - General,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Composers & Musicians - Rock,
  • Biography: film, television & music,
  • Rock & pop,
  • Vocal music,
  • Genres & Styles - Pop Vocal

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7792566M
    ISBN 100711954941
    ISBN 109780711954946

      There is only one original interview in the chapter, with Paul’s boyhood acquaintance Tony Bramwell, who, as a constant presence in McCartney’s life, resurfaces at other points in the book. Just as his book, Shout!, is considered by many to be the definitive history of the Beatles, so biographer Philip Norman’s Paul McCartney: The Life will be the once-for-all-time record of the lad from Liverpool whose song lyrics and boyish good looks broke hearts and whose career after the Beatles was almost as successful as his time with them.

    Print book: Biography: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: This is a full transcript of one of Paul McCartney's most revealing interviews with journalist and broadcaster Paul Gambaccini. McCartney is the debut solo album by English musician Paul McCartney, released on 17 April by Apple recorded the album in secrecy, mostly using basic home-recording equipment at his house in St John's and some later recording took place at professional studios in London.

    PAUL: Yeah, that was the kind of thing that would happen. They'd take one small dig out of proportion and then come back at us in their next album. Then we'd say, "Hey, we only did two percent. they did percent"--and we'd go through all of that insanity. PLAYBOY: In most of his interviews, John said he never missed the Beatles.   The Untold Stories of Paul McCartney. Anyone who has read more than a few interviews with him knows that he has a series of anecdotes, mostly Beatles-related, primed and ready to .


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The McCartney Interviews by Paul Gambaccini Download PDF EPUB FB2

The interviews themselves give a marvellous insight into McCartney's life and way of thinking, feeling, and living. With great ease the different steps of his career and personal development are followed and in the end the reader is left with a feeling of having gotten to know this great musician in a way/5(74).

out of 5 stars An excellent book, but needs an update Reviewed in the United States on J This book has fantastic pictures and a great view on Paul McCartney's life since his childhood in Liverpool, as a member of The Beatles, his marriage to Linda Eastman, his family life, and the birth and rise of his group Wings/5(2).

Over two long interviews – first in London, then a week later in Philadelphia, backstage before a concert – McCartney often bursts into song to make a point: hitting chords from another of his.

Paul McCartney: The Life is pages long. I like biographies, but there are few people I'd spend that kind of time or focus on, and I wasn't sure "Macca" was one of them. Superlative melody writing aside, I doubted his life, especially his post-Beatle life, could hold my attention for that long/5.

The McCartney Interviews: After the Break-Up Author Gambaccini, Paul Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Binding Unknown ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Omnibus Pr & Schirmer Trade Books Place of Publication. The McCartney Interview is a limited edition vinyl release, published in on the Parlophone label in the UK and Europe and the following year on Columbia Records in North America.

Track listing Side One "McCartney II" Negative Criticism Of The Beatles And Wings; His Influences "Venus and Mars" / "Wild Life" "Band on the Run" Musical Direction / Ringo / George / "Hey Jude".

A fantastic tome Sounes adds a lot to the story and his methodical, meticulous research style means that he's actually bringing new things out Sounes has, through hundreds of interviews, built a book about McCartney that addresses the myth, understands the legend and is balanced; never getting anywhere near the all too common hagiography.

Linda McCartney interview, December 10th (Part One) (Click on link in description for Part 2) - Duration: promosoundsviews. This book takes the reader inside the mind of Paul McCartney, one of the world's most famous men and a fascinating interviewee.

A full transcript of one of his most revealing interviews. Illustrated with photos from the early days of The Beatles through to McCartney's current day solo status. "synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title. I met Paul McCartney at his studio for this interview as part of my research for the first edition of The Bass Novembermy co-author Barry Moorhouse and I found ourselves motoring a few hours out of London to the converted mill in East Sussex that houses Macca HQ.

This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Sir Paul McCartney, 77, proudly holds up a photo of his EIGHT grandchildren and reveals grandson was the inspiration behind his children's book in intimate talk show interview.

I've read many books on "the cute one" and I'd say this for me is the definitive book on Paul McCartney, tho I've heard Revolution in the Head is another gem. I did like how the author incorporated Paul's interviews throughout the book/5(). Below are select transcripts provided by Gaines from his interviews.

On playing Sgt. Pepper for Brian Epstein for the first time: Paul McCartney: "We. In Paul McCartney sat down with the DJ Mike Read to record eight hour-long interviews about his life and career.

Although the interviews are no longer available on the BBC, I am offering the first part here. My motive is to provide fans with something to. Paul McCartney walked down memory “Penny Lane” with Stephen Colbert on The Late Show Monday in discussing The Beatles, but his days in the iconic British group never really leave him.

As part of their promotional trip to the United States to launch Apple Corps, John Lennon and Paul McCartney conducted a series of interviews for the US media.

The interviews took place in a suite at the St Regis Hotel, New York City. The media organisations included. David Wigg, a veteran Fleet Street and BBC journalist, interviews Paul and Linda McCartney. Wigg’s interviews took place betweenjust after the release of the album Abbey Road, and Alistair McCartney is the author of The End of the World Book, a finalist for the PEN USA Literary Award in Fiction.

Originally from Perth, Western Australia, he now lives in Venice, California and teaches creative writing at Antioch University Los Angeles. In his book Man on the Run, about McCartney in the Seventies, the journalist Tom Doyle makes the case for post-Beatles Macca as a fascinating eccentric, not so much the beardie rural dad of.

Wingspan: Paul McCartney's Band On The Run Author: Paul McCartney Publication Date: Sep 20 Publisher: Little, Brown and Company Pages: Content. In the 's, Paul McCartney's Wings had a hard act to follow, the Beatles, but brought us what many have described as the purest rock music of the decade - that brief period after music stopped selling revolution and.

The widow of Jim McCartney, the father of legendary Beatle, Paul McCartney, Angie was a part of Paul’s life during the height of Beatlemania and she has some very interesting stories to tell.

First doing so with her book My Long and Winding Road, she returned in late with her new book, Your Mother Should Know. Paul McCartney Talks Nixed ‘McCartney/Lennon’ Songwriting Credit “The original artwork had ‘Yesterday’ by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and a photo of John above it.