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Paul McCartney

Out of all the former Beatles, Paul McCartney by far had the most successful solo career, maintaining a constant presence in the British and American charts during the '70s and '80s. In America alone, he had nine number one singles and seven number one albums during the first 12 years of his solo career, and in his native United Kingdom, his record was nearly as impressive. McCartney's hot streak began in 1970, when he became the first Beatle to leave the group. A little more than a year after the Beatles' breakup, McCartney formed Wings with his wife Linda and Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine, and the group remained active for the next ten years, racking up a string of hit albums, singles, and tours in the meantime. Wings disbanded in 1980 but McCartney stayed near the top of the charts over the next five years, thanks in part to a couple big duets with Michael Jackson. McCartney revived his solo career in 1989 via Flowers in the Dirt and its accompanying international tour, setting a template he would follow into the new millennium, when he'd support his records by playing concerts around the world. Between these massive endeavors, McCartney pursued other projects, including classical compositions, an electronica outfit with Youth called the Fireman, and overseeing archival projects such as the Beatles' Anthology series. As the 21st century rolled on, McCartney continued to take risks, including recording an album of standards from the Great American Songbook and collaborating with rapper Kanye West, proving that there was no area of popular music he couldn't touch.

Like John Lennon and George Harrison, McCartney began exploring creative avenues outside the Beatles during the late '60s, but where his bandmates released their own experimental records, McCartney confined himself to writing and producing for other artists, with the exception of his 1966 soundtrack to The Family Way. Following his marriage to Linda Eastman on March 12, 1969, McCartney began working at his home studio on his first solo album. He released McCartney in April 1970, two weeks before the Beatles' Let It Be was scheduled to hit the stores. Prior to the album's release, he'd announced that the Beatles were breaking up, against the wishes of the other members. As a result, the tensions between him and the other three members, particularly Harrison and Lennon, increased and he earned the ill will of many critics. Nevertheless, McCartney became a hit, spending three weeks at the top of the American charts. Early in 1971, he returned with "Another Day," which became his first hit single as a solo artist. It was followed several months later by Ram, another homemade collection, this time featuring the contributions of his wife, Linda.

By the end of 1971, the McCartneys had formed Wings, which was intended to be a full-fledged recording and touring band. Former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine and drummer Denny Seiwell became the group's other members, and Wings released their first album, Wild Life, in December 1971. Wild Life was greeted with poor reviews and was a relative flop. McCartney and Wings, which now featured former Grease Band guitarist Henry McCullough, spent 1972 as a working band, releasing three singles -- the protest "Give Ireland Back to the Irish," the reggae-fied "Mary Had a Little Lamb," and the rocking "Hi Hi Hi." Red Rose Speedway followed in the spring of 1973, and while it received weak reviews, it became his second American number one album. Later in 1973, Wings embarked on their first British tour, at the conclusion of which McCullough and Seiwell left the band. Prior to their departure, McCartney's theme to the James Bond movie Live and Let Die became a Top Ten hit in the U.S. and U.K. That summer, the remaining Wings proceeded to record a new album in Nigeria. Released late in 1973, Band on the Run was simultaneously McCartney's best-reviewed album and his most successful, spending four weeks at the top of the U.S. charts and eventually going triple-platinum.

Following the success of Band on the Run, McCartney formed a new version of Wings with guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and drummer Geoff Britton. The new lineup was showcased on the 1974 British single "Junior's Farm" and the 1975 hit album Venus and Mars. At the Speed of Sound followed in 1976; it was the first Wings record to feature songwriting contributions by the other bandmembers. Nevertheless, the album became a monster success on the basis of two McCartney songs, "Silly Love Songs" and "Let 'Em In." Wings supported the album with their first international tour, which broke many attendance records and was captured on the live triple-album Wings Over America (1976). After the tour was completed, Wings rested a bit during 1977, as McCartney released an instrumental version of Ram under the name Thrillington, and produced Denny Laine's solo album Holly Days. Later that year, Wings released "Mull of Kintyre," which became the biggest-selling British single of all time, selling over two million copies. Wings followed "Mull of Kintyre" with London Town in 1978, which became another platinum record. After its release, McCulloch left the band to join the re-formed Small Faces, and Wings released Back to the Egg in 1979. Though the record went platinum, it failed to produce any big hits. Early in 1980, McCartney was arrested for marijuana possession at the beginning of a Japanese tour; he was imprisoned for ten days and then released, without any charges being pressed.

Wings effectively broke up in the wake of McCartney's Japanese bust, although its official dissolution was not announced until April 27, 1981, when Denny Laine left the band. Back in England, McCartney recorded McCartney II, which was a one-man band effort like his solo debut. Ironically, the hit single associated with the album was a live take of the song "Coming Up" that had been recorded in Glasgow with Wings in December 1979 and was intended to be the B-side of the 45, with the solo studio recording as the A-side. DJs preferred the live version, however, and it went on to hit number one. Later in 1980, McCartney entered the studio with Beatles producer George Martin to make Tug of War.

Released in the spring of 1982, Tug of War received the best reviews of any McCartney record since Band on the Run and spawned the number one single with "Ebony and Ivory," a duet with Stevie Wonder that became McCartney's biggest American hit. In 1983, McCartney sang on "The Girl Is Mine," the first single from Michael Jackson's blockbuster album Thriller. In return, Jackson duetted with McCartney on "Say Say Say," the first single from McCartney's 1983 album Pipes of Peace and the last number one single of his career. The relationship between Jackson and McCartney soured considerably when Jackson bought the publishing rights to the Beatles' songs out from underneath McCartney in 1985.

McCartney directed his first feature film in 1984 with Give My Regards to Broad Street. While the soundtrack, which featured new songs and re-recorded Beatles tunes, was a hit, generating the hit single "No More Lonely Nights," the film was a flop, earning terrible reviews. The following year, he had his last American Top Ten with the theme to the Chevy Chase/Dan Aykroyd comedy Spies Like Us. Press to Play (1986) received some strong reviews but was another flop. In 1988, he recorded a collection of rock & roll oldies called Choba B CCCP for release in the U.S.S.R.; it was given official release in the U.S. and U.K. in 1991. For 1989's Flowers in the Dirt, McCartney co-wrote several songs with Elvis Costello; the pair also wrote songs for Costello's Spike, including the hit "Veronica." Flowers in the Dirt received the strongest reviews of any McCartney release since Tug of War, and was supported by an extensive international tour, which was captured on the live double-album Tripping the Live Fantastic (1990). For the tour, McCartney hired guitarist Robbie McIntosh and bassist Hamish Stuart, who would form the core of his band through the remainder of the '90s.

Early in 1991, McCartney released another live album in the form of Unplugged, which was taken from his appearance on MTV's acoustic concert program of the same name; it was the first Unplugged album to be released. Later that year, he unveiled Liverpool Oratorio, his first classical work. Another pop album, Off the Ground, followed in 1993, but failed to generate any big hits, despite McCartney's successful supporting tour. Following the completion of the New World tour, he released another live album, Paul Is Live, in December 1993. In 1994, he released an ambient techno album under the pseudonym the Fireman. McCartney premiered his second classical piece, The Leaf, early in 1995 and then began hosting a Westwood One radio series called Oobu Joobu. But his primary activity in 1995, as well as 1996, was the Beatles' Anthology, which encompassed a lengthy video documentary of the band and the multi-volume release of Beatles outtakes and rarities. After Anthology was completed, he released Flaming Pie in summer 1997. A low-key, largely acoustic affair that had some of the same charm of his debut, Flaming Pie was given the strongest reviews McCartney had received in years and was a modest commercial success, debuting at number two on the U.S. and U.K. charts; it was his highest American chart placing since he left the Beatles. Flaming Pie certainly benefited from the success of Anthology, as did McCartney himself -- only a few months before the release of the album in 1997, he received a Knighthood.

On April 17, 1998, Linda McCartney died after a three-year struggle with breast cancer. A grieving Paul kept a low profile in the months to follow, but finally returned in fall 1999 with Run Devil Run, a collection that primarily included cover songs. The electronica-based Liverpool Sound Collage followed a year later, and the pop album Driving Rain -- a successor, of sorts, to Flaming Pie -- came a year after that. The live album Back in the U.S. appeared in America in 2002 with the slightly different international edition, Back in the World, following soon after.

McCartney's next studio project included sessions with super-producer Nigel Godrich, the results of which appeared on the mellow Chaos and Creation in the Back Yard, released in late 2005. The album reached the Top Ten in more than a dozen countries, including the U.S. and U.K. McCartney performed every instrument (not including the strings) on 2007's David Kahne-produced Memory Almost Full, a bold but whimsical collection of new songs, some of which had been recorded before the Chaos and Creation in the Back Yard sessions. It too reached the Top Ten across the world. A live CD/DVD set, Good Evening New York City, appeared in 2009. The following year, McCartney kicked off an extensive reissue campaign with a box set of Band on the Run, and he supported the reissue with an American tour in the summer of 2011.

Later in 2011, McCartney released his first ballet, Ocean's Kingdom, and less than a year later followed with another first -- his first collection of pre-WWII standards. The latter work, titled Kisses on the Bottom, topped the U.S. jazz charts and reached the Top Five in seven different countries. His busy year continued during the summer, when he ended the opening ceremony of London's 2012 Olympics with a set that included a customary extended version of "Hey Jude." A surprising cap to 2012 came that December when he appeared on-stage with the surviving ex-members of Nirvana as part of a benefit concert for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

The year 2013 brought recording sessions with four of McCartney's favorite producers: Paul Epworth, Ethan Johns, Giles Martin, and Mark Ronson. His initial intention had been to hold trial sessions with each producer, aiming to select one of them to oversee the whole of his next album. However, each of them had a hand in producing New, his first album of original material in six years, which appeared that October. New debuted in the Top Ten in more than a dozen countries and McCartney supported the album over the next two years with a series of international tours. In 2015, he continued his Paul McCartney Archive project with deluxe reissues of Tug of War and Pipes of Peace. The next summer he released Pure McCartney, a personally curated overview of his solo career available in two separate incarnations: a double-disc set and a four-disc box. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine & William Ruhlmann
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: New (Deluxe Edition)

1. Save Us

2. Alligator

3. On My Way To Work

4. Queenie Eye

5. Early Days

6. New

7. Appreciate

8. Everybody Out There

9. Hosanna

10. I Can Bet

11. Looking At Her

12. Road

13. Turned Out

14. Get Me Out Of Here

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Track List: Kisses On The Bottom

1. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter

2. Home (When Shadows Fall)

3. It's Only A Paper Moon

4. More I Cannot Wish You

5. The Glory Of Love

6. We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)

7. Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive

8. My Valentine

9. Always

10. My Very Good Friend The Milkman

11. Bye Bye Blackbird

12. Get Yourself Another Fool

13. The Inch Worm

14. Only Our Hearts

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Track List: Good Evening New York City

Disc 1
Disc 2
Disc 3
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Track List: Amoeba's Secret

1. Only Mama Knows (Live)

2. C Moon (Live)

3. That Was Me (Live)

4. I Saw Her Standing There (Live)

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Track List: Memory Almost Full

1. Dance Tonight

2. Ever Present Past

3. See Your Sunshine

4. Only Mama Knows

5. You Tell Me

6. Mister Bellamy

7. Gratitude

8. Vintage Clothes

9. That Was Me

10. Feet In The Clouds

11. House Of Wax

12. The End Of The End

13. Nod Your Head

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Track List: Chaos And Creation In The Backyard

1. Fine Line

2. How Kind Of You

3. Jenny Wren

4. At The Mercy

5. Friends To Go

6. English Tea

7. Too Much Rain

8. A Certain Softness

9. Riding To Vanity Fair

10. Follow Me

11. Promise To You Girl

12. This Never Happened Before

13. Anyway

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Track List: Back In The U.S. Live 2002

Disc 1

2. Jet (Live)

5. Coming Up (Live)

16. The Fool On The Hill (Live)

Disc 2

1. Eleanor Rigby (Live)

3. Band On The Run (Live)

4. Back In The USSR (Live)

5. Maybe I'm Amazed (Live)

6. C Moon (Live)

8. Can't Buy Me Love (Live)

10. Live And Let Die (Live)

11. Let It Be (Live)

12. Hey Jude (Live)

13. The Long And Winding Road (Live)

15. I Saw Her Standing There (Live)

16. Yesterday (Live)

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Track List: Driving Rain

1. Lonely Road

2. From A Lover To A Friend

3. She's Given Up Talking

4. Driving Rain

5. I Do

6. Tiny Bubble

7. Magic

8. Your Way

9. Spinning On An Axis

10. About You

11. Heather

12. Back In The Sunshine Again

13. Your Loving Flame

14. Riding Into Jaipur

15. Rinse The Raindrops

16. Freedom

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Track List: Liverpool Sound Collage

1. Plastic Beetle

2. Peter Blake 2000

3. Real Gone Dub Made In Manifest In The Vortex Of The Eternal Now

4. Made Up

5. Free Now

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Track List: Run Devil Run

1. Blue Jean Bop

2. She Said Yeah

3. All Shook Up

4. Run Devil Run

5. No Other Baby

6. Lonesome Town

7. Try Not To Cry

8. Movie Magg

9. Brown Eyed Handsome Man

10. What It Is

11. Coquette

12. I Got Stung

13. Honey Hush

14. Shake A Hand

15. Party

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Track List: Flaming Pie

1. The Song We Were Singing

2. The World Tonight

3. If You Wanna

4. Somedays

5. Young Boy

6. Calico Skies

7. Flaming Pie

8. Heaven On A Sunday

9. Used To Be Bad

10. Souvenir

11. Little Willow

12. Really Love You

13. Beautiful Night

14. Great Day

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Track List: Paul Is Live

1. Drive My Car (Kansas City, 31.5.93)

2. Let Me Roll It (Boulder, 26.5.93)

3. Looking For Changes (Kansas City, 31.5.93)

4. Peace In The Neighbourhood (Boulder, 26.5.93)

5. All My Loving (New York, 11.6.93)

6. Robbie's Bit (Thanks Chet) (Charlotte 15.6.93)

7. Good Rocking Tonight (Charlotte 15.6.93)

8. We Can Work It Out (New York, 11.6.93)

9. Hope Of Deliverance (New York, 11.6.93)

10. Michelle (Boulder, 26.5.93)

11. Biker Like An Icon (Boulder, 26.5.93)

12. Here There And Everywhere (Paramatta, Sydney, 22.3.93)

13. My Love (San Antonio, 29.5.93)

14. Magical Mystery Tour (Paramatta, Sydney, 22.3.93)

15. C'mon People (Kansas City, 31.5.93)

16. Lady Madonna (Atlanta, 1.5.93)

17. Paperback Writer (Charlotte 15.6.93)

18. Penny Lane (Boulder, 26.5.93)

19. Live And Let Die (Boulder, 26.5.93)

20. Kansas City (Kansas City, 31.5.93)

21. Welcome To Soundcheck (Link)

22. Hotel In Benidorm (Boulder Soundcheck, 26.5.93)

23. I Wanna Be Your Man (Paramatta, Sydney Soundcheck, 22.3.93)

24. A Fine Day (New York Soundcheck, 11.6.93)

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Track List: Off The Ground

1. Off The Ground

2. Looking For Changes

3. Hope Of Deliverance

4. Mistress And Maid

5. I Owe It All To You

6. Biker Like An Icon

7. Peace In The Neighbourhood

8. Golden Earth Girl

9. The Lovers That Never Were

10. Get Out Of My Way

11. Winedark Open Sea

12. C'Mon People

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Track List: Tripping The Live Fantastic

1. Showtime

2. Things We Said Today (Live)

3. Figure Of Eight (Live)

4. Eleanor Rigby (Live)

5. Jet (Live)

6. This One (Live)

7. Rough Ride (Live)

8. My Brave Face (Live)

9. Got To Get You Into My Life (Live)

10. Back In The U.S.S.R (Live)

11. Band On The Run (Live)

12. I Saw Her Standing There (Live)

13. Birthday (Live)

14. Twenty Flight Rock (Live)

15. Ebony And Ivory (Live)

16. Coming Up (Live)

17. We Got Married (Live)

18. Sally (Live)

19. Inner City Madness (Live)

20. Let It Be (Live)

21. Maybe I'm Amazed (Live)

22. Ain't That A Shame (Live)

23. The Long And Winding Road (Live)

24. Live And Let Die (Live)

25. Crackin' Up (Live)

26. If I Were Not Upon The Stage (Live)

27. The Fool On The Hill (Live)

28. Hey Jude (Live)

29. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live)

30. Yesterday (Live)

31. Can't Buy Me Love (Live)

32. Get Back (Live)

33. Matchbox (Live)

34. Golden Slumbers (Medley) [Live]

35. Put It There (Live)

36. Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying (Live)

37. Together (Live)

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Track List: Flowers In The Dirt

1. My Brave Face

2. Rough Ride

3. You Want Her Too

4. Distractions

5. We Got Married

6. Put It There

7. Figure Of Eight

8. This One

9. Don't Be Careless Love

10. That Day Is Done

11. How Many People

12. Motor Of Love

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Track List: Press To Play

1. Stranglehold

2. Good Times Coming/Feel The Sun

3. Talk More Talk

4. Footprints

5. Only Love Remains

6. Press

7. Pretty Little Head

8. Move Over Busker

9. Angry

10. However Absurd

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Track List: Pipes Of Peace

1. Pipes Of Peace

3. The Other Me

4. Keep Under Cover

5. So Bad

7. Sweetest Little Show

8. Average Person

9. Hey Hey

10. Tug Of Peace

11. Through Our Love

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Track List: Tug Of War

1. Tug Of War

2. Take It Away

3. Somebody Who Cares

4. What's That You're Doing?

5. Here Today

6. Ballroom Dancing

7. The Pound Is Sinking

8. Wanderlust

9. Get It

10. Be What You See (Link)

11. Dress Me Up As A Robber

12. Ebony And Ivory

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Track List: McCartney II

1. Coming Up

2. Temporary Secretary

3. On The Way

4. Waterfalls

5. Nobody Knows

6. Front Parlour

7. Summer's Day Song

8. Frozen Jap

9. Bogey Music

11. One Of These Days

12. Check My Machine

13. Secret Friend

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Track List: McCartney

1. The Lovely Linda

2. That Would Be Something

3. Valentine Day

4. Every Night

5. Hot As Sun Glasses

6. Junk

7. Man We Was Lonely

8. Oo You

9. Momma Miss America

10. Teddy Boy

11. Singalong Junk

12. Maybe I'm Amazed

13. Kreen - Akrore

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Track List: The Family Way (Original Soundtrack)

1. Cue 2M1 / 2M4

2. 5M1 / 11M3

3. 6M4 / 7M2

4. 6M2 / 1M2

5. 10M1 / 6M3 / 4M1 / 1M3 / 1M4

6. Love In The Open Air (7M3)

7. 2M5

8. 1M1

9. 7M1

10. 11M1 11M2 10M3 8M1

11. 12M1

12. 13M1

13. 13M2

14. Theme From The Family Way

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Track List: NEW (Collector's Edition)

1. Struggle

2. Hell To Pay

3. Demons Dance

4. Save Us (Live At Tokyo Dome 2013)

5. New (Live At Tokyo Dome 2013)

6. Queenie Eye (Live At Tokyo Dome 2013)

7. Everybody Out There (Live At Tokyo Dome 2013)

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Track List: New (Single)

1. New

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Track List: Tug Of War (Deluxe Edition)

1. Tug Of War (Remixed 2015)

2. Take It Away (Remixed 2015)

3. Somebody Who Cares (Remixed 2015)

4. What’s That You’re Doing? (Remixed 2015)

5. Here Today (Remixed 2015)

6. Ballroom Dancing (Remixed 2015)

7. The Pound Is Sinking (Remixed 2015)

8. Wanderlust (Remixed 2015)

9. Get It (Remixed 2015)

10. Be What You See (Link) (Remixed 2015)

11. Dress Me Up As A Robber (Remixed 2015)

12. Ebony And Ivory (Remixed 2015)

13. Stop, You Don’t Know Where She Came From (Demo / Remastered 2015)

14. Wanderlust (Demo / Remastered 2015)

15. Ballroom Dancing (Demo / Remastered 2015)

16. Take It Away (Demo / Remastered 2015)

17. The Pound Is Sinking (Demo / Remastered 2015)

18. Something That Didn’t Happen (Demo / Remastered 2015)

19. Ebony And Ivory (Demo / Remastered 2015)

20. Dress Me Up As A Robber / Robber Riff (Demo / Remastered 2015)

21. Ebony And Ivory (Solo Version / Remastered 2015)

22. Rainclouds (Remastered 2015)

23. I’ll Give You A Ring (Remastered 2015)

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Track List: Unplugged - The Official Bootleg (Live)

1. Be-Bop-A-Lula (Live On MTV Unplugged)

2. I Lost My Little Girl (Live On MTV Unplugged)

3. Here, There And Everywhere (Live On MTV Unplugged)

4. Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Live On MTV Unplugged)

5. We Can Work It Out (Live On MTV Unplugged)

6. San Francisco Bay Blues (Live On MTV Unplugged)

7. I've Just Seen A Face (Live On MTV Unplugged)

8. Every Night (Live On MTV Unplugged)

9. She's A Woman (Live On MTV Unplugged)

10. Hi-Heel Sneakers (Live On MTV Unplugged)

11. And I Love Her (Live On MTV Unplugged)

12. That Would Be Something (Live On MTV Unplugged)

13. Blackbird (Live On MTV Unplugged)

14. Ain't No Sunshine (Live On MTV Unplugged)

15. Good Rockin' Tonight (Live On MTV Unplugged)

16. Singing The Blues (Live On MTV Unplugged)

17. Junk (Live On MTV Unplugged)

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Drive My Car on Good Evening NYC, was the opening number to hear it live in 2009 with the best frontman of my time was incredible! You heard that first guitar lick and Pauls Hofner Bass, then Beatle harmony re-created at such a decible..... . w a s like no performance I'd ever attended!
and I won the tickets off the radio, LARGE SMILE RIGHT NOW!!!!!! Thank you Paul, Rusty,Wix,Ab e and Brian and Q104.3
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Hey Pandora, give credit where it's due Billy Joel performed I Saw Her Sanding There as recorded on good evening NYC.
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dive credit where its due, Billy Joel performed and sung I Saw Her Standing There!!!
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Nice I'll do it
Man so cool!!!
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Want Jet to always love me
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whoa whoa oo whoa
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Love this song
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Are some of you guys serious? Paul is alive. Ringo is alive. John died and then George died. If you're a Beatles fan, then you know these things? gosh
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The Beatles were all great but Paul just keeps on going! Love his songs. Love his voice. Thanks Paul for everything you've done!
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ILOVE YOU SO MUCH
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Paul is so good I totally like him and all the Beatles really! They're my top 1 favorite! There all so good and I like all there songs. Why is that people are rood to Paul?
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That is so disrespectfu l . Why would u say he died and has been reincarnated when it's so obvious he's still alive? He just realeased an album with Kanye and Rihanna! Anyway, im a HUGE Beatles and Wings fan. Even when Paul is dead, he will live in our hearts forever. Love u, Paul.
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No pauls not dead zorro
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It's funny how the young today have absolutely no idea of the controversy that surrounded the Is Paul Dead era of the late '60s. Beatle albums from as far back as Revolver were flying off the shelves, as much for hints to whether Paul might be alive or dead, as for the music. In fact, much of the music was also inspected, played backwards, dissected by people looking for hidden meanings. Did John really sing I buried Paul. Black carnation, hand over head, corpse crossing Abbey Rd, 28IF...
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I saw the Beatles in the 60s in Detroit at the old Olympia Stadium my mother bought my brother and I Beatles wigs lol best concert I haver seen
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Zorro. Are you f**king stupid? Why the f**k would you think that
Paul McCartney is dead?
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@nmedina Are you talking about the song Say Say Say? Cause if that's the one then yes that's Michael.
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Zorro shut up
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He's so cute, even now:) <3
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Number 1. How does that make ANY sense whatsoever? And number 2. Paul is a person, not a walrus silly billy!
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Yeah Paul isnt dead
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Is that micheal singing in there he is so amazing
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You all know that I have chosen the only one that I have to discuss this with.
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PAUL IS NOT FREAKING DEAD!!!!! HES TOURING RIGHT NOW
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Why does a man pay a prostitute.T o leave.Oh yeah Paul cool too.
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I just love this song. I don't even know why.
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Though that is funny Alissa_Nicol e about Strawberry Fields Forever
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Arrowdave6 might be right. Maybe.
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My jam !!!!!
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You rock man.
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That's so disrespectfu l to claim somebody has died when they are still in fact living! Maybe he'll get "replaced" by another "look-a-like " �� i guess if it's true we'll faintly hear "cranberry sauce" in the end of someones new song "Strawberry Jam Forever" ��. #PAULLIVESFO R E V E R ������. #BeatlesNons e n s e #beatleslove #OutThere :)
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Wow he's dead yea right
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PAUL IS DEAD 11/9 HE DIE
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Beatles are the best band ever
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PAUL IS ALIVE GUYS IM GOING TO SEE HIM ON WEDNESDAY!!!
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PAUL IS DEAD
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Love this song!
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Great
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Enrique
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I loved the Beatles, they are my favorite band . I saw Paul McCartney at RFk stadium back in 1990, WOW! That was a great concert man?!!
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