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BBC Archive Voices - inc Paul McCartney - now on iTunes

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Last post 28/11/2012

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      The BBC have released a series of audio books compiling archive interviews with a selection of famous personalities - amongst them Paul:

      http://www.citizenseye.org/2011/09/21/bbc-release-archive-voices-of-icons-past-and-present/

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2sc7TWbs7Y&feature=youtube_gdata

      http://www.audiogo.co.uk/bbc-archive-voices#

      The Paul audio book runs 2 hours 20 minutes so must contain pretty comprehensive material - the interviews span 1968 to 2009

      Martin

        BBC Archive Voices: Paul McCartney on iTunes

        In interviews ranging from 1968 to 2009, Paul McCartney talks about touring the UK with Wings (which was then a new band); a mid-70s offer to re-form the Beatles; the early days of the Beatles, and their final break-up. He also discusses his solo albums; receiving the freedom of the City of Liverpool; Christmas with his family; his love of music, and his career since the break-up of the Beatles up to 2009.

          Good spot.

          Here's the direct link:

          https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/bbc-archive-voices-paul-mccartney/id466767145

          For those not iTune, the audio book is also available as a direct download from the BBC itself, at the much lower price of £2.99:

          http://www.audiogo.com/uk/paul-mccartney-in-his-own-words-gid-60815

          Martin

            It's $6.99 here in the U.S. I just bought it.