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    Old Man Paul McCarney still making good tunes


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    Nice music, shame about the wig.


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    Hey, we all get damn ugly when we get older....You'll see, haha.

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    Can't think of anything he has done after the Beatles that I liked. Oh yeah.....Live and Let Die for the Bond movie.

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    Not a bad tune, he looks a bit like Pete Doherty in the video!

    The other video that was released where he's playing a mandolin: repetitive and uninspired.

    He did some work with Elvis Costello once, and there was hope of some Lennon-like chemistry, but I haven't really heard anything decent from Paul since Wings.

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    ^ I agree with that. It really became crystal clear who was the songwriting talent in the fab four. Lennon is in a league by himself.

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    One of Rolling Stone's most famous album reviews, I believe of this album:



    had the immortal first sentence "You don't need to play this backwards to know that Paul is dead."

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinthee View Post
    ^ I agree with that. It really became crystal clear who was the songwriting talent in the fab four. Lennon is in a league by himself.
    Cartney is Mister sweet harmonies, Lennon was Mister dischord and spontaneity.

    Without Lennon, there would be precious little rocknroll in the Beatles - they wouldn't have advanced far beyond the stage of 'I wanna hold your hand'...

    Harrison could shine now and then, but was far too uneven in his song writing to be a real talent.

    But without Stu it would all have come to naught.

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    ^ Words of wisdom. I'll never forget the first time I saw them as a young kid on the Ed Sullivan show in the US. Amazing. Shea Stadium New York first show was truly one of the most era-changing (I mean the era of live music) moments of US history.

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