not a bad idea
message of love ( even if love ran out within the group) and inclusivness
some shinky winners in the past, this might make up for it
Hi Nancy and oobu! Did I read this right, it says Vulture.com and written by Bill Wyman? Isn't this the same guy that was in The Rolling Stones? Vulture.com and/or Bill Wyman should have titled his article "The Greatest Songs Ever Recorded in the 20th Century!" Or both could have titled it "The Greatest Beatles Songs Of All-Time!" They (Vulture.com and Bill Wyman) should have NEVER associated the word "Worst" when it comes to The Beatles music! The Beatles were the best, that's because their music was the best! Take care.
Pretty sure its not that Bill Wyman I know there is a music writer who always has to declare on radio that "I am not the Bill Wyman from the Stones or the ex Stones member when being interviewed. yeah "worst" is too strong a word especially when you are talking about an era
John acknowledged Yoko as co writer after the release some years latter he even explained why initially the reason she was omitted his own chauvinism I think why it has taken so many years after the public acknowledgement for the legal acknowledgement is that Yoko was afraid with her name tied to the song the public might start rejecting it which I think has happened with the younger generation so she must have been torn keep it as John's anthem to the world, which is the way people want or be true and stand up for equality of women and claim co writing credit
I can't wait for this thing to come out, I'm really excited for it. With his comments in the press recently it seems as though he is taking the one producer route this round, instead of having multiple producers like on New Which could be a good thing, because some of his efforts with Nigel Godrich and David Kahne(Memory Almost Full specifically) have been really praised by fans and critics alike(although I thought NEW was a fine album, I would love to hear more like it. My favorite Macca album)
wish someone would ask Paul why he ceased producing his own albums his best music was produced by Paul McCartney
always thought Paul could do a cameo in the Harry Potter series perfect fit two British cultural phenomenons for me I will watch the movie to see Paul think the Pirate franchise had run its course notice they advertise it as the last of the series
IMO, Brian deserves at least some of the blame with regards to the disastrous L&M's publishing rights & Northern songs. They trusted him & he ended up finding **** Lester, who structured a 50% share for Lester, 40% (split between L&M), and 10% Brian. What a horrible deal for L&M & it would get worse as Lester sold his shares behind L&M's back.
Boggles the mind, doesn't it?
read some where Northern songs had 50% in Harrisongs so when George wrote a song he was still tied in in around about way to Lennon - McCartney
just another thank you Paul your music has touched me and many others also like to add i think many of your best songs were when the Producer was yourself Produced by Paul McCartney