...to make and he never...
FOOL ON THE HILL!
man walking in the park
1971's Harold & Maude is a brilliant comedy that it's hard to believe is 40 years old. Fantastic soundtrack entirely by Cat Stevens. Unfortunately only on vinyl even though (get this) it was released in 2007!! Still, get the Very Best of Cat Stevens, and watch the film!
Wow, I had no idea it was still going!
I saw the documentary on it, and it's probably my fave CD, but I assumed the show had finished long ago.
That CD was actually the first Beatles album I bought, followed by all the others!
I'd love to see the show, but I always said Las Vegas was the last place I wanted to visit on Earth!!
hey_kittay:Say, Say, Say - Paul and Michael Jackson
love this video!
Quite good, but of the few Macca music videos I've seen, Coming Up is still by far my favorite. Love his faces and him as the sax players etc. Just brilliant! Any other of his music videos this good or better?
PMyesterday17:You give back your ring
with your long blonde hair
Well, Beatles-wise I mentioned my version of the Beatles Ballads compilation, edited as follows, and fitting on a CD:
1. Things We Said Today
2. Two of Us ("Charles Hawtrey" intro edited out)
3. You Never Give Me Your Money (final 11 seconds deleted, and with short fade-out)
4. I'll Follow the Sun
5. We Can Work It Out
6. Your Mother Should Know
7. Baby's in Black
8. In My Life
10. Norwegian Wood
11. Do you want to know a secret
12. For no one
14. Nowhere Man
15. You've got to hide your love away
16. Across the Universe
17. If I fell
18. Hey Jude
20. The Fool on the Hill
21. Till There Was You
22. The Long and Winding Road
23. Here Comes the Sun
25. And I love her
26. She's Leaving Home
27. Here, there and everywhere
28. Let It Be (version from Past Masters)
I already mentioned this on a thread a couple of weeks ago though
herc:illwobble:mentioned my version of the Beatles Ballads compilation, edited as follows, and fitting on a CD
I remember it
As for the many fine-looking McCartney playlists posted here, I'm going to have to build up my collection quite a bit more before I can make any of them, and I'm guessing the same for you Herc!
Someday when we're dreaming,
Deep in love, not a lot to say,
Then we will remember
Songs he gave away...
Sorry... it's just what came in my head when I saw the thread title!
herc:Kathryn O:Paul, I know you don't approve of all the nonsense that goes on in that other group we can't mention the name of here. You know, the one that loves to misinterpret your song lyrics all the time, but I've got to say, they're still the nicest comunity on the net in regards to you and the Beatles.
I've gotten the best responses to what I've got to say there, and sure we have our problems with spammers and trolls, but they are dealt with swiftly and take longer to resurface. yeah, the group had to be blocked from public viewing and I know the mods here don't want to do that (I don't blame them) but you know, make fun of me all you want for being a part of that other group. The fact that I like the Beatles and You in particular is accepted at that group even more then on your own forum!
I'm missing something?there are not any trolls here
Do you think Paul would understand your use of words like "trolls" and "mods"? He might think trolls are just little goblin-type men [maybe herc thought that too, in fact!!], and being a 60s man "mods" to Sir Paul would be people who dress fancy and ride scooters...
Nancy R:beatles007:Can ya post it?
I did (see above) That is just Paul's part of the sketch.
Here's the whole sketch:
Can see why it wasn't aired. The sketch is SO unfunny the audience only just manage to wake up to register that Paul McCartney has come onstage.