NEW ALBUM 'UNDRESSING UNDERWATER' IS OUT VERY SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!
In the meantime, here's a lovely quote taken from Jorie Gracen's website.
September 5, 2003 -- World Beatles Forum Fanzine
"The more I know Paul, the more I love him. I've always loved him. I've obviously been a big Beatles fan, but as I see the inner workings of the way things could be and the way they are, I just have so much respect for him.
"All I can say is for anyone who's interested, Paul is a fantastic person. He's a family person. He is a mentor to me, now more as a personality and someone who is truly concerned with other people's well-being and he's a very social, wonderful guy. And yet he's still able to switch into rock star, musician, creator, painter--all of that kind of stuff--artist. He's an artist. He somehow fuses art with social skills and that's an art too. I love him. He's a great guy.
"He's such an incredible singer, obviously. But the thing I've noticed that's weird is that he has a break at G. He can just get a G which is a common break for people. Mine's actually a little lower. But then, after that, he has this whol other range that he shifts into where he has a break at about C which is weird. It's like he has this whole other voice that most people don't have. Once he gets above a G, then G-sharp is easy. It's really weird...He has this freaky instrument. It's like it's alien. And he's always singing. He'll introduce somebody and walk back to the piano. He'll be singing on the way back. We'll be playing some music riffs that are completely instrumental--Band on the Run or something and I'm standing next to him and nd hearing him sing the whole melody along with it.. no microphones by him, but he's just one of thsoe freaky guys who just has this incredibly durable, incredibly wide-ranged, versatile, beautiful instrument of a voice." -- Rusty Anderson