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February 24, 2009 Posted by | Paul McCartney, _CARTOON | Leave a comment

Paul McCartney on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ — the dirty details!

Paul McCartney on ‘The Howard Stern Show’ — the dirty details!

by Steve Marinucci,
Beatles Examiner
January 14, 2009

On Wednesday’s “The Howard Stern Show,” Paul McCartney gave Howard Stern a signed Hofner bass as a present for Stern’s 55th birthday, which was Monday. Here’s a very rough account of the show (since I didn’t hear it) on what happened on the show compiled from notes by HwyCDRev. My transitions here aren’t really smooth and some of the information is sketchy, but you get a basic idea of what went on.

We’ll revise this as we get more information. (And if you heard it, feel free to add your comments.)

Here we go:

Paul McCartney gave Stern a signed Hofner bass guitar for a birthday gift. Stern said, “Is it yours?” McCartney replied, “No, it’s yours.”

Stern reminded Paul that he told him to get a pre-nuptial agreement. Paul says he doesn’t remember. Denies everything and winks. Stern said it was good McCartney took the high road.

Paul mentioned the East Hamptons concerts and says he didn’t date the women he was photographed with. He just said hello and gave them a kiss as the pictures were taken. The names Christie Brinkley, Renée Zelleweger and Rosanne Arquette were mentioned.

Stern said, “Are you happy with this ‘broad’? Paul asked, “Who?” Stern said, “The rich one.” Artie Lang followed with, “Everyone knew her as Nancy.”

Stern asked Paul about the rumor of John Lennon having sex with Brian Epstein that’s discussed in Philip Norman’s biography, “John Lennon: The Life.” Paul says it’s an old rumor. “One hint and they write a book.”

About the Fireman album, Stern said he liked it, saying, “And when you do a good job, I’ll tell you.”

Robin Quivers said, “i’m throwing my hat into the ring. I’m a vegan, too. Take me to the inauguration. Kids love me.” Stern tells Robin, “Show Paul your breasts.” Paul said no. Robin said, “I’ve been rejected by Paul McCartney.” (Paul is apparently in the U.S. to attend the inauguration.)

Stern asked if it was OK to ask about the Beatles. Paul McCartney: “I like the Beatles. They were a good band.” Paul then tells the story that the “Abbey Road” album was originally called ‘Everest.’ He says, “It was a cheap approach.” He explained that walking outside (for the “Abbey Road” cover) was cheaper than going to Mount Everest and shooting an album cover.

The subject came around to the Ringo “no autographs by mail” video. Paul said, “Ringo would always say ‘p— off'” in the old days because he had kids.” Stern replied he’s not that busy. (p.s. Howard, he’s working on an album.) On Ringo’s “no autographs” video, Paul said, “Ringo can do what he wants” and called Ringo “brave” for doing that video.

Paul replied, “I just signed something outside.” Stern said, “Pete Best will sign anything.”

About the unreleased song “Carnival of Light,” Paul confirmed it was George Harrison, not Yoko Ono, who didn’t like it and that he (Paul) wanted it to go on the “Anthology.”

Stern: “Did you ever write Pete Best a check?” Paul said, “He got pride!” Paul said Pete was kicked out not because he was good looking, but because Ringo sat in and sounded amazing. Stern said, “Don’t miss a day of work!”

Paul said after George Harrison died, “You just remember the good stuff. “Like losing anyone, I don’t think of him every day, but you tell a Beatles story and it’s tinged with sadness.”

And about Dhani Harrison, George’s son, McCartney said, “He’s really good.” Paul also said he and his son James were doing an album together.

Paul McCartney: “I’m an optimist. I’ve seen Vietnam, Nixon, 9/11. I’m excited about Obama. I’m reading his book.”

It’s noted that Christie Brinkley got dolled up for Paul McCartney. Paul: “Who can blame her?” Stern said he heard Brinkley was after Paul.

Paul said he loves having a young child. He makes breakfast, drives her to school and talks to mothers of other students. “Very hands on. It’s a thrill.”

Paul plays the promo single (probably “Sing the Changes”). Paul says, “I like it already.” Stern: “You’re excited?” Paul: “Why not?” and starts to dance a bit.

On the Fireman album, Paul made up the lyrics as he went along, like “improv.” Stern says “Highway” is one of his favorite tracks and says he should have had sex with Renee to that song.

Stern asked if Paul played Guitar Hero. Paul said he didn’t, but then added the Beatles were going to have a Guitar Hero game. “I may learn how to be a Beatle,” Paul said. Stern also mentions his daughter took a Beatles college course.

The subject turned to drugs. Stern says to Paul, “Cocaine .. everyone knows you were addicted.” Paul replied he was not addicted, it was a peer group thing. He says he never took heroin and says he got fed up with cocaine and got out before it was hip. He says he no longer does pot, either.

Paul says he’s still a vegetarian, but he doesn’t like cruelty to animals. Paul said that some eggs are abandoned by the hens, so it’s OK. Stern asked, “Isn’t an egg a chicken abortion?” Paul replied it wasn’t. “We don’t like to think of it like that.”

Stern asked why called the album the Fireman? Paul said it’s like Sgt. Pepper. Then, referring to the Ruttles, he said, “You are Dirk, you are Barry. “I make trails in the woods with a chainsaw for wood (to get wood for a fire).” And says his dad was a fireman.

Stern played another of his favorite songs from the album “Light From Your Lighthouse.” (The other is “Highway.”) He says this is like the Frost/Nixon interview. “We need 18 hours.”

The interview lasted approximately 40 minutes. Paul was having a great time. He was dancing to his CD when it was played.

After the commercial, Stern said there was lots of pressure over the visit. Paul came in with his entourage and there was a lot of things to do. But Stern said it was fun. Paul was relaxed and had his feet up on the couch.

At the end, Fred Norris added, “Before anyone has a heart attack,” the guitar came from Guitar Center.

Photo by Steve Gullick, courtesy MPL Communications Ltd.

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January 21, 2009 Posted by | George Harrison, Howard Stern, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Beatles | Leave a comment

The 10 Most Covered Songs Ever ?

www.independent.co.uk has produced a piece listing the 10 Most Covered Songs Ever!

Basically a Beatles love-in!

This can’t be right -can it? Why are most of these songs basically …. erm … crap?

Guess we know! There’s a famous, and true, saying, along the lines that art for the masses is art for nobody!

About the mawkish Macca Yesterday, the facts are that “According to ‘Guinness World Records’ this song was covered seven million times in the 20th century.” Erm … why the fuck is it not easily the “winner” of this then?

In a few years, Lenny’s sublime Hallelujah will surely be the most covered song, thanks to a slew of awful saccharine versions proliferating lately!

1. Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles)
A surprising choice for the top spot. But the enigmatic tale has been reworked 131 times, by Joan Baez and Aretha Franklin among others.

2. Yesterday (The Beatles)
According to ‘Guinness World Records’ this song was covered seven million times in the 20th century. Official versions range from the sublime (Frank Sinatra) to the ridiculous (Wet Wet Wet and Boyz II Men).

3. Cry Me a River (Julie London)
Not the Justin Timberlake one. This bluesy jazz number has been covered by other luminaries of the genre, including Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Charles, and even Aerosmith.

4. And I Love Her (The Beatles)
From ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, Smokey Robinson, Bob Marley and Barry Manilow have all recorded it.

5. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones)
With 98 covers recorded, the Stones make the top 10. A surprising range of artists have lapped this one up, including Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Cat Power and Vanilla Ice.

6. Imagine(John Lennon)
Elton John, David Bowie, Diana Ross, Avril Lavigne and Jack Johnson… the list is endless.

7. Summertime (Abbie Mitchell)
Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong provide the best known adaptation, so no one remembers the original. Sonny and Cher, Nina Simone and REM have recorded their take.

8. Blackbird (The Beatles)
Another album track from the Fab Four, which has been covered by Carly Simon and Dave Grohl.

9. Over the Rainbow (Judy Garland)
Dorothy was blissfully unaware of how popular the tune would be. Special mentions to Eva Cassidy and the brilliant partial cover by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole.

10. The Look of Love (Dusty Springfield)
After husky Dusty, the CV is impressive, with Nina Simone, Diana Krall and Neil Diamond all doing it.

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December 6, 2008 Posted by | John Lennon, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _ARTICLE, _MUSIC, _PHOTOGRAPHY | Leave a comment

Joan Baez – Let it Be

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“I know he wanted to write a ‘Bridge over Troubled Waters.”

– John Lennon

Nice vid with lots of great Dylan pix compiled by shitascandal with one-time Dylan paramour Joan Baez doing a decent version of a poor late Beats track. Baez aways knew how to make the most out of an anthem!

More specifically, this is the rather mawkish Macca track Let it Be from the Beatle’s disappointing final LP of the same name released in 1970 (but originally recorded some extended time earlier).

It was the final single released by the Beatles while the band was still active.

This is a song that was lapped up by the idiot music masses and has attained an incomprehensible level of critical acclaim!

Maybe we’re crazy but this track reminds us of any number of ridiculous songs we used to hear people proudly rattle out in Catholic Church back in the day, when we were forced to attend as kids. Meaningless anthemic hymnals overladen with bland imagery, vacuous saccharine songs saying nothing, probably clobbered together by oompa-loompas in some religious muzak factory!

There’s an inane cliche about giving enough monkeys enough time – and enough typewriters (or maybe now it’s laptops!) – and they will come up with the works of Shakespeare! However nonsensical that may be, the monkeys could at least come up with those awful Church ditties!

Rather insanely, in 2004, this was ranked number 20 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest songs of all time! We don’t know how the hell that could be – in our view, it’s not even in the top 20 Beatles songs!

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John Lennon was not exactly a huge fan of this bland Macca anthem either, most damningly of all, likening it to a Wings track!!

Prior to a take during the 31 January 1969 recording session, Lennon famously asked, “Are we supposed to giggle in the solo?”. This is captured in an early version of the track released on Anthology 3, which features this interchange between Lennon and McCartney prior to another take:

John: Are we supposed to giggle in the solo?
Paul: Yeah.
John: OK.
Paul: This’ll – this is gonna knock you out, boy.

In a Playboy interview in 1980, Lennon totally disavowed any involvement with composing the song, saying;

“That’s Paul. What can you say? Nothing to do with the Beatles. It could’ve been Wings. I don’t know what he’s thinking when he writes ‘Let It Be.’ I think it was inspired by ‘Bridge over Troubled Waters.’ That’s my feeling, although I have nothing to go on. I know he wanted to write a ‘Bridge over Troubled Waters.’

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December 3, 2008 Posted by | Joan Baez, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan sings Yesterday …. The McCartney Dylan love-in!

Now I need a place to hide away


” It had no words. I used to call it ‘Scrambled Eggs’.”

– Paul McCartney

“The only thing you done was Yesterday
and since you’ve gone, you’re just Another Day.”

– John Lennon

“If you go into the Library of Congress, you can find a lot better than that. There are millions of songs like ‘Michelle’ and ‘Yesterday’ written in Tin Pan Alley”.

– Bob Dylan

“Scrambled eggs, Oh, baby how I love your legs.”

– Paul McCartney

His Bobness performs a version of the Beatles song “Scrambled Eggs” – possibly better known as “Yesterday” – from their 1965 album Help!.

And it’s a fine version of the Macca classic – his only good song, according to a scathing John Lennon on the vitriolic “How Do You Sleep?“!!

“How Do You Sleep?” appeared on Lennon’s 1971 album Imagine, and is a track that savagely attacks his former Beatles songwriting partner McCartney. Interestingly, it features a slide guitar part played by George Harrison.

Despite the overtness of the attack, Lennon later claimed that the song was more about himself than McCartney! That claim cannot be believed though! The song is an obvious attack on McCartney, evidenced clearly by lines such as; “The only thing you done was yesterday/And since you’ve gone you’re just another day.” Considering the puns involved, these two lines particularly stand out since it was McCartney who composed “Yesterday” and also later in his solo career wrote “Another Day.” Besides making satirical reference to other McCartney songs, the lyrics also refer to the Paul is dead hoax (“Those freaks was right when they said you was dead“).

Lennon seemed to have a complex adversarial relationship with the track and intense jealousy that it was Macca who wrote it!

Shortly before his death in 1980, Lennon said that he thought the lyrics didn’t “resolve into any sense… They’re good — but if you read the whole song, it doesn’t say anything; you don’t know what happened. She left and he wishes it were yesterday — that much you get — but it doesn’t really resolve. … Beautiful”

However, in typically ironic Lennon fashion, he added “.. and I never wished I’d written it.”

Yesterday is a simple yet powerful song straight out of the classic school of songwriting. Although credited to “Lennon/McCartney”, the song was written solely by McCartney.

Yesterday was a song totally out of synch with what the beats had been doing at that stage. And indeed it was a song that not only Lennon, but also George and Ringo never seemed to have much time for. In fact, had the other three Beats had their way, the song would never have seen light of day!

John, George and Ringo vetoed the release of the track. Thus, initially, the track looked like never getting a release in the UK. In fact, the first version of Yesterday to hit the Brit charts was a cover version!

However, their US record company went behind the group’s backs and released Yesterday Stateside. However, only as a B-side to a single!

The song soon caught on like wildfire, and the rest, as the cliche goes, is history!

So much so that Yesterday is officially the most covered song in history!

Yes, even more than The Pop Group’s “We Are All Prostitutes“!

Like Lennon, Dylan seems to have an ambiguous relationship with the song! In 2000, he stated in an interview that “If you go into the Library of Congress, you can find a lot better than that. There are millions of songs like ‘Michelle’ and ‘Yesterday’ written in Tin Pan Alley”.

However, Dylan then recorded his own version of “Yesterday” four years later, but it was never released.

Dylan’s cover is typically low-key, which is how this song ought properly to be performed. Not in the OTT manner it has been covered down the years by countless so-called “artists”!

According to the Guinness Book of Records, “Yesterday” has the most cover versions of any song ever written. The song remains popular today with more than 3,000 recorded cover versions, the first hitting the United Kingdom top 10 three months after the release of Help!.

Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI) asserts that it was performed over seven million times in the 20th century alone!

The song was not released as a single in the UK at the time of the US release, and thus never gained number 1 single status in that country. However, “Yesterday” was voted the best song of the 20th century in a 1999 BBC Radio 2 poll of music experts and listeners.

“Yesterday” takes the form of a melancholic acoustic ballad about a break-up. It was the first official recording by The Beatles that relied upon a performance by a single member of the band — Paul McCartney was accompanied solely by a string quartet.

The final recording differed so greatly from other works by The Beatles that the other three members of the band vetoed the release of the song as a single in the United Kingdom.

Although McCartney had fallen in love with the song, he had a much harder time convincing the other members of the band that it was worthy of an album place, the main objection being that it did not fit in with their image, especially considering that “Yesterday” was very unlike other Beatles’ songs at the time. This feeling was so strong that the other Beatles—Lennon, Harrison and Ringo Starr—refused to permit the release of a single in the United Kingdom.

This did not prevent Matt Monro from recording the first of many cover versions of “Yesterday” to come. His version made it into the top ten in the UK charts soon after its release in the autumn of 1965.

The Beatles’ influence over their U.S. record label, Capitol, was not as strong as it was over EMI’s Parlophone in Britain. A single was released in the U.S., pairing “Yesterday” as the B-Side of “Act Naturally”, a track which featured vocals by Ringo, the most popular Beatle in the States at that time.

After the tremendous success of “Yesterday”, the order in which the songs appeared on the sleeves was changed. The single was charting by 29 September 1965, and topped the charts for a full month, beginning on 9 October. The song spent a remarkable total of 11 weeks in the American charts, selling a million copies within five weeks.

“Yesterday” was the most-played song on American radio for eight consecutive years, its popularity refusing to abate.


Meanwhile, in the UK, Help! debuted at number one on 14 August 1965 (the first album ever to do so), and continued to top the charts for nine weeks.

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Later that same year, “Yesterday” was included as the title track for the U.S.-only Yesterday and Today album, which was originally packaged in the “butcher sleeve”.

Ten years later on 8 March 1976, “Yesterday” was released by Parlophone as a single in the UK, featuring “I Should Have Known Better” on the B-side. Entering the charts on 13 March, the single stayed there for seven weeks, but it never rose higher than number 8. The release came about due to the expiration of The Beatles’ contract with EMI, Parlophone’s parent. EMI released as many singles by The Beatles as they could on the same day, leading to 23 of them hitting the top 100 in the United Kingdom charts, including six in the top 50

Yesterday,
All my troubles seemed so far away,
Now it looks as though they’re here to stay,
Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Suddenly,
I’m not half the man I used to be,
There’s a shadow hanging over me,
Oh, yesterday came suddenly.

Why she had to go I don’t know,
she wouldn’t say.
I said something wrong,
now I long for yesterday.

Yesterday,
Love was such an easy game to play,
Now I need a place to hide away,
Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Why she had to go I don’t know,
she wouldn’t say.
I said something wrong,
now I long for yesterday.

Yesterday,
Love was such an easy game to play,
Now I need a place to hide away,
Oh, I believe in yesterday.

So, here’s Bobby doing Paul (erm … that sounds like a gay porno movie title!)

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November 27, 2008 Posted by | John Lennon, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan talks about Paul McCartney – The McCartney Dylan love-in!

I’m in awe of McCartney. He’s about the only one that I am in awe of.

-Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan has spoken out about his continuing adulation for Sir Paul McCartney.

Despite fierce criticism from some quarters about Macca’s solo work, Dylan completely believes that the former Beatle has still got it.

Dylan made the comments in a fresh interview with The Rolling Stone magazine, where he began by talking about George Harrison being overshadowed by McCartney and Lennon.

He said: “If George had had his own group and was writing his own songs back then, he’d have been probably just as big as anybody.”

The singer continued by speaking about the main songwriters in The Beatles: “They were fantastic singers. Lennon, to this day, it’s hard to find a better singer than Lennon was, or than McCartney was and still is.

“I’m in awe of McCartney. He’s about the only one that I am in awe of. He can do it all. And he’s never let up… He’s just so damn effortless.”


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Meanwhile …… Macca loves Bobby;

The former Beatle releases a record under the name The Fireman later this month, which is an experimental work with producer Youth.

Sir Macca has also been speaking about the other acts he would be interested in collaborating with in future.

“Bob Dylan would be lovely, because I admire him. And I was thinking the other day maybe David Byrne, because I like him too”, he told Absolute Radio.


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November 27, 2008 Posted by | Paul McCartney, _ARTICLE, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Paul McCartney talks about Bob Dylan – The McCartney Dylan love-in!

Macca’s smarter than we thought!

He talks about his respect for the living musical artist he admires most, “genius, great poet” Bob Dylan.

However, Macca says that, were dead artists to be considered, Elvis Presley would be tops!

Erm, was Elvis some sort of “genius, great poet” too? We missed that! Realistically, is Elvis in the same fucking league as Dylan? (Rhetorical question! If an answer were required, it’d be “no fucking way”!)

No mention of John Lennon by Macca here, of course!!

Anybody know anything about the source of this interview?

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November 27, 2008 Posted by | Elvis Presley, Paul McCartney, _BOB DYLAN, _MUSIC, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

‘Mythical’ Beatles song confirmed

Macca does Stockhausen shocker!

Read more here!

from http://news.bbc.co.uk

Sir Paul McCartney has confirmed a 14-minute long Beatles track many thought was a myth does exist – and says he wants the public to hear it.

He told BBC Radio 4’s Front Row the track – called Carnival of Light – was not released because the other Beatles thought it was too “adventurous”.

The improvised track was recorded in 1967 for an electronic music festival.

Sir Paul said Ringo Starr and John Lennon’s and George Harrison’s estates would have to agree to a release.

He said he had been asked to create the piece for an electronic music festival, and asked the other band members to be “indulgent” for 10 minutes at London’s Abbey Road studios before giving them vague directions.

Sir Paul explained: “I said all I want you to do is just wander around all the stuff, bang it, shout, play it, it doesn’t need to make any sense. Hit a drum then wander on to the piano, hit a few notes, just wander around.

“So that’s what we did and then put a bit of an echo on it. It’s very free.”

The track was played just once, at the festival, and is said to include distorted guitar, organ sounds, gargling and band members shouting phrases such as “Barcelona!” and “Are you all right?”

Sir Paul said he was fond of the track, which was inspired by experimental composers John Cage and Karlheinz Stockhausen: “I like it because it’s The Beatles free, going off piste.”

He said he still had a master tape of the piece, adding: “The time has come for it to get its moment.”

Sir Paul had wanted to include the track on the Beatles’ Anthology compilations in the mid-1990s, but the rest of the band vetoed the idea.

He said: “I said it would be great to put this on because it would show we were working with really avant-garde stuff.”

The full interview will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row on Thursday 20 November at 1915 GMT.

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November 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_Pop, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Beatles’ legacy? Macca should let it be

A Beatles “purist” responds to the “new” Beats track, as described in the previous post!

He isn’t very fucking happy!

From http://www.guardian.co.uk

The Beatles were so avant garde that George Harrison is playing the jacket with his knee. Photograph: David Magnus/Rex Features

by John Aizlewood
Monday November 17 2008

For one whose place in history is not so much secure as gloriously, unquestionably assured, Paul McCartney behaves as though there is some doubt. He is, lest we forget, not just any old ex-Beatle, but the Beatle. At least since John departed.

That insecurity is why he decided to rewrite history by bowdlerising Let It Be when he removed Phil Spector’s production-rescue job, the one thing that made the album listenable. And it’s surely why he engineered that silly hullaballoo about having some Beatles songs credited to McCartney/Lennon rather than Lennon/McCartney.

And, as if he were Gary Lightbody rather than Paul McCartney, he so desperately wants to be taken seriously. Hence the Fireman, the Liverpool Oratorio and that time he played celery with Super Furry Animals. Now, he’s picked over the Beatles’ carcass again and unearthed Carnival of Light, apparently an improvised 14-minute, vaguely avant-garde jam session recorded during the Penny Lane sessions. And he wants to release it. If he couldn’t let Let It Be be – and in fairness, for all the pointless carnage he wrought, he’d always hated Spector’s contribution – couldn’t he at least show some decorum here?

If Carnival of Light sees the light of day, is it going to enhance the Beatles’ standing? That’s the very same Beatles who changed the world and whose influence and reputation remains undimmed. Of course it isn’t. Is it going to make us think slightly less of them? In all probability, yes, and I’m inclined to trust the judgment of Ringo Starr, George Harrison and Yoko Ono, who vetoed its inclusion on Anthology and who (with Olivia Harrison standing in for George) will hopefully do their duty again this time. Carnival of Light may be the greatest 14 minutes in Beatledom and some people (ie me) are going to look pretty foolish if that’s the case. Even so, I’d bet my sub-prime mortgage that it isn’t and that phrase “14-minute jam session” strikes fear into the hearts of stouter men than myself. It’s a soundcheck-esque rehearsal at best. At worst, it’s Phish.

McCartney says it’s the Beatles going “off-piste”, or in other words, messing about. Frankly, I’d much rather hear them on-piste, crafting moments of genius such as Penny Lane. If Carnival of Light wasn’t good enough to be released nearly 40 years ago (or on Anthology) then it’s not now.

We’ve got the Beatles’ body of work. It changed everything. Isn’t that enough?

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November 19, 2008 Posted by | Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _ARTICLE, _MUSIC, _OTHER | Leave a comment

Missus Macca

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It’s the Bono and Macca show !

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Bono, Macca and Ringo

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Beatlemania? … you betcha!

A shedload of Beatles goodies here!

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Một số album của The Beatles ^_^

The Beatles – Let It Be

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[SND] 04- I Me Mine.mp3 29-Jun-2005 21:48 3.3M
[SND] 05- Dig It.mp3 29-Jun-2005 21:48 1.1M
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The Beatles – Beatles For Sale

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The Beatles – The White Album

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The Beatles – Discography (41 Albums) – Remastered by Dr. Ebbetts


The Beatles – Discography (41 Albums)
MP3@320Kbps | Remastered by Dr. Ebbetts
41 Albums | 614 Tracks | TT 1:03:48:51 | iTunes-compliant tags | 4.2 GB
Dr. Ebbetts specializes in releasing digital remasterings from long-deleted and hard-to-obtain vinyl records, particularly issues from the audiophile Mobile Fidelity Sound Labs (MFSL) label. Although the Ebbetts catalogue has many artists, it is most known for Beatles CDs transferred from the best quality MFSL releases, US releases and mono vinyl sources. While lables like Millenium, BEAT, Mirror Spock and Fabulous Sound Labs (FSL) also issue ‘needle drops’ of Beatles vinyl, Dr. Ebbetts is regarded by many audiophiles as being the highest quality. For those interested in the technical, one source close to the Dr says that Ebbetts says that he uses no noise reduction and that there’s no magic formula…just a good ear and patience.

Album List

  • 1962-1966 (US Stereo) (Covers)
  • 1967-1970 (US Stereo)
  • A Hard Day’s Night (MFSL) (Covers)
  • A Hard Day’s Night (UK Mono)
  • Abbey Road (MFSL)
  • Beatles For Sale (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Beatles for Sale (UK Mono)
  • Beatles VI (US Mono) (Covers)
  • Beatles VI (US Stereo) (Covers)
  • Casualties (US Mono-Stereo)
  • Help! (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Help! (UK Mono)
  • Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Mono) (Covers)
  • Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Stereo) (Covers)
  • Last Licks Live (2005) (Covers)
  • Let It Be (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Magical Mystery Tour (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Magical Mystery Tour (US Mono 2005) (Covers)
  • Meet the Beatles (US Stereo 2005)
  • Please Please Me (MFSL)
  • Please Please Me (UK Mono)
  • Rarities (US Mono-Stereo) (Covers)
  • Revolver (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Revolver (UK Mono) (Covers)
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (US Stereo) (Covers)
  • Rubber Soul (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Rubber Soul (UK Mono)
  • Rubber Soul (US Mono) (Covers)
  • Second Album (US Stereo 2005)
  • Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (US Mono) (Covers)
  • The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
  • The Beatles (UK Mono)
  • With The Beatles (Canadian Stereo 2005) (Covers)
  • With The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
  • With The Beatles (UK Mono)
  • Yellow Submarine (MFSL) (Covers)
  • Yellow Submarine (UK Mono) (Covers)
  • Yellow Submarine Songtrack (Mono 2005) (Covers)
  • Yesterday & Today (US Stereo 2005) (Covers)
  • Yesterday & Today (US Mono) (Covers)

Album Track List
    1962-1966 (US Stereo)

    CD1

  • 01. Love Me Do
  • 02. Eight Days a Week
  • 03. I Feel Fine
  • 04. Ticket to Ride
  • 05. Yesterday
  • 06. Help!
  • 07. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
  • 08. We Can Work it Out
  • 09. Day Tripper
  • 10. Drive My Car
  • 11. Norwegian Wood
  • 12. Please Please Me
  • 13. Nowhere Man

    CD2

  • 01. Michelle
  • 02. In My Life
  • 03. Girl
  • 04. Paperback Writer
  • 05. Eleanor Rigby
  • 06. Yellow Submarine
  • 07. From Me to You
  • 08. She Loves You
  • 09. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • 10. All My Loving
  • 11. Can’t Buy me Love
  • 12. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 13. And I Love Her

    1967-1970 (US Stereo)

    CD1

  • 01. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 02. The Fool on the Hill
  • 03. Magical Mystery Tour
  • 04. Lady Madonna
  • 05. Hey Jude
  • 06. Revolution
  • 07. Penny Lane
  • 08. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
  • 09. With a Little Help from My Friends
  • 10. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
  • 11. A Day in the Life
  • 12. All You Need is Love
  • 13. I am the Walrus
  • 14. Hello, Goodbye

    CD2

  • 01. Back in the USSR
  • 02. Something
  • 03. Octopus’s Garden
  • 04. Let It be
  • 05. Across the Universe
  • 06. The Long and Winding Road
  • 07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • 08. Ob La Di, Ob La Da
  • 09. Get Back
  • 10. Don’t Let Me Down
  • 11. The Balad Of John and Yoko
  • 12. Old Brown Shoe
  • 13. Here Comes the Sun
  • 14. Come Together

    A Hard Day’s Night (MFSL)

  • 01. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 02. I Should Have Known Better
  • 03. If I Fell
  • 04. I’m Happy Just To Dance with You
  • 05. And I Love Her
  • 06. Tell Me Why
  • 07. Can’t Buy Me Love
  • 08. Any Time at All
  • 09. I’ll Cry Instead
  • 10. Things We Said Today
  • 11. When I Get Home
  • 12. You Can’t Do That
  • 13. I’ll Be Back

    A Hard Day’s Night (UK Mono)

  • 01. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 02. I Should Have Known Better
  • 03. If I Fell
  • 04. I’m Happy Just to Dance With You
  • 05. And I Love Her
  • 06. Tell Me Why
  • 07. Can’t Buy Me Love
  • 08. Any Time at All
  • 09. I’ll Cry Instead
  • 10. Things We Said Today
  • 11. When I Get Home
  • 12. You Can’t Do That
  • 13. I’ll Be Back

    Abbey Road (MFSL)

  • 01. Come Together
  • 02. Something
  • 03. Maxwell’s Silver Hammer
  • 04. Oh! Darling
  • 05. Octopus’s Garden
  • 06. I Want You (She’s So Heavy)
  • 07. Here Comes the Sun
  • 08. Because
  • 09. You Never Give Me Your Money
  • 10. Sun King
  • 11. Mean Mr. Mustard
  • 12. Polythene Pam
  • 13. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
  • 14. Golden Slumbers
  • 15. Carry That Weight
  • 16. Oh_ Yeah…Alright…
  • 17. The End
  • 18. Her Majesty

    Beatles For Sale (MFSL)

  • 01. No Reply
  • 02. I’m A Loser
  • 03. Baby’s In Black
  • 04. Rock and Roll Music
  • 05. I’ll Follow the Sun
  • 06. Mr. Moonlight
  • 07. Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey)
  • 08. Eight Days a Week
  • 09. Words of Love
  • 10. Honey Don’t
  • 11. Every Little Thing
  • 12. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 13. What You’re Doing
  • 14. Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby

    Beatles for Sale (UK Mono)

  • 01. No Reply
  • 02. I’m A Loser
  • 03. Baby’s in Black
  • 04. Rock and Roll Music
  • 05. I’ll Follow the Sun
  • 06. Mr. Moonlight
  • 07. Kansas City (Hey Hey Hey)
  • 08. Eight Days a Week
  • 09. Words of Love
  • 10. Honey Don’t
  • 11. Every Little Thing
  • 12. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 13. What You’re Doing
  • 14. Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby

    Beatles VI (US Mono)

  • 01. Kansas City
  • 02. Eight Days a Week
  • 03. You Like Me too Much
  • 04. Bad Boy
  • 05. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 06. Words of Love
  • 07. What You’re Doing
  • 08. Yes It Is
  • 09. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
  • 10. Tell Me What You See
  • 11. Every Little Thing

    Beatles VI (US Stereo)

  • 01. Kansas City
  • 02. Eight Days a Week
  • 03. You Like Me Too Much
  • 04. Bad Boy
  • 05. I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party
  • 06. Words of Love
  • 07. What You’re Doing
  • 08. Yes It Is
  • 09. Dizzy Miss Lizzie
  • 10. Tell Me What You See
  • 11. Every Little Thing

    Casualties (US Mono-Stereo)

  • 01. Please Please Me
  • 02. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • 03. Money (That’s What I Want)
  • 04. A Hard Day’s Night
  • 05. I’ll Cry Instead
  • 06. Ticket to Ride
  • 07. Yes It Is
  • 08. Day Tripper
  • 09. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 10. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 11. I Am the Walrus
  • 12. Only a Northern Song
  • 13. Revolution
  • 14. Her Majesty
  • 15. Let It Be
  • 16. Love Me Do
  • 17. From Me to You

    Help! (MFSL)

  • 01. Help!
  • 02. Night Before, The
  • 03. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
  • 04. I Need You
  • 05. Another Girl
  • 06. You’re Going to Lose that Girl
  • 07. Ticket to Ride
  • 08. Act Naturally
  • 09. It’s Only Love
  • 10. You Like Me Too Much
  • 11. Tell Me What You See
  • 12. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • 13. Yesterday
  • 14. Dizzy Miss Lizzy

    Help! (UK Mono)

  • 01. Help!
  • 02. The Night Before
  • 03. You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away
  • 04. I Need You
  • 05. Another Girl
  • 06. You’re Going to Lose that Girl
  • 07. Ticket to Ride
  • 08. Act Naturally
  • 09. It’s Only Love
  • 10. You Like Me Too Much
  • 11. Tell Me What You See
  • 12. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • 13. Yesterday
  • 14. Dizzy Miss Lizzy

    Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Mono)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Baby It’s You
  • 09. Do You Want to Know a Secret
  • 10. A Taste of Honey
  • 11. There’s a Place
  • 12. Twist and Shout

    Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Stereo)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Baby It’s You
  • 09. Do You Want to Know a Secret
  • 10. A Taste of Honey
  • 11. There’s a Place
  • 12. Twist and Shout

    Last Licks Live (2005)

  • 01. Get Back #1
  • 02. Get Back #2
  • 03. Don’t Let Me Down #1
  • 04. I’ve Got a Feeling #1
  • 05. One After 909
  • 06. Dig a Pony
  • 07. I’ve Got a Feeling #2
  • 08. Don’t Let Me Down #2
  • 09. Get Back #3

    Let It Be (MFSL)

  • 01. Two of Us
  • 02. Dig A Pony
  • 03. Across The Universe
  • 04. I Me Mine
  • 05. Dig It
  • 06. Let It Be
  • 07. Maggie Mae
  • 08. I’ve Got a Feeling
  • 09. One After 909
  • 10. The Long and Winding Road
  • 11. For You Blue
  • 12. Get Back

    Magical Mystery Tour (MFSL)

  • 01. Magical Mystery Tour
  • 02. The Fool on the Hill
  • 03. Flying
  • 04. Blue Jay Way
  • 05. Your Mother Should Know
  • 06. I Am the Walrus
  • 07. Hello Goodbye
  • 08. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 09. Penny Lane
  • 10. Baby You’re a Rich Man
  • 11. All You Need is Love

    Magical Mystery Tour (US Mono 2005)

  • 01. Magical Mystery Tour
  • 02. The Fool on the Hill
  • 03. Flying
  • 04. Blue Jay Way
  • 05. Your Mother Should Know
  • 06. i Am the Walrus
  • 07. Hello Goodbye
  • 08. Strawberry Fields Forever
  • 09. Penny Lane
  • 10. Baby Your a Rich Man
  • 11. All You Need is Love

    Meet the Beatles (US Stereo 2005)

  • 01. I Want to Hold Your Hand
  • 02. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 03. This Boy
  • 04. It Won’t be Long
  • 05. All I’ve Got to Do
  • 06. All My Loving
  • 07. Don’t Bother Me
  • 08. Little Child
  • 09. Every Little Thing
  • 10. Hold Me Tight
  • 11. I Wanna be Your Man
  • 12. Not a Second Time

    Please Please Me (MFSL)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Love Me Do
  • 09. P.S. I Love You
  • 10. Baby It’s You
  • 11. Do You Want to Know a Secret
  • 12. A Taste of Honey
  • 13. There’s a Place
  • 14. Twist and Shout

    Please Please Me (UK Mono)

  • 01. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. Anna (Go to Him)
  • 04. Chains
  • 05. Boys
  • 06. Ask Me Why
  • 07. Please Please Me
  • 08. Love Me Do
  • 09. P.S. I Love You
  • 10. Baby It’s You
  • 11. Do You Want To Know A Secret
  • 12. A Taste of Honey
  • 13. There’s a Place
  • 14. Twist and Shout

    Rarities (US Mono-Stereo)

  • 01. Love Me Do
  • 02. Misery
  • 03. There’s a Place
  • 04. Sie Liebt Dich
  • 05. And I Love Her
  • 06. Help!
  • 07. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 08. I Am the Walrus
  • 09. Penny Lane
  • 10. Helter Skelter
  • 11. Don’t Pass Me By
  • 12. The Inner Light
  • 13. Across the Universe
  • 14. You Know My Name (Look Up My Number)
  • 15. Sgt. Pepper Inner Groove

    Revolver (MFSL)

  • 01. Taxman
  • 02. Eleanor Rigby
  • 03. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 04. Love You To
  • 05. Here, There and Everywhere
  • 06. Yellow Submarine
  • 07. She Said She Said
  • 08. Good Day Sunshine
  • 09. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 10. For No One
  • 11. Doctor Robert
  • 12. I Want To Tell You
  • 13. Got To Get You Into My Life
  • 14. Tomorrow Never Knows

    Revolver (UK Mono)

  • 01. Taxman
  • 02. Eleanor Rigby
  • 03. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 04. Love You To
  • 05. Here, There and Everywhere
  • 06. Yellow Submarine
  • 07. She Said She Said
  • 08. Good Day Sunshine
  • 09. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 10. For No One
  • 11. Doctor Robert
  • 12. I Want To Tell You
  • 13. Got To Get You Into My Life
  • 14. Tomorrow Never Knows

    Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (US Stereo)

  • 01. Twist and Shout
  • 02. I Saw Her Standing There
  • 03. You Can’t Do That
  • 04. I Wanna Be Your Man
  • 05. I Call Your Name
  • 06. Boys
  • 07. Long Tall Sally
  • 08. Rock and Roll Music
  • 09. Slow Down
  • 10. Kansas City
  • 11. Money (That’s What I Want)
  • 12. Bad Boy
  • 13. Matchbox
  • 14. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 15. Dizzy Miss Lizzie
  • 16. Anytime at All
  • 17. Drive My Car
  • 18. Everybody’s Trying to be My Baby
  • 19. The Night Before
  • 20. I’m Down
  • 21. Revolution
  • 22. Back In The USSR
  • 23. Helter Skelter
  • 24. Taxman
  • 25. Got To Get You Into My Life
  • 26. Hey Bulldog
  • 27. Birthday
  • 28. Get Back

    Rubber Soul (MFSL)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. Norwegian Wood (this Bird has Flown)
  • 03. You Won’t See Me
  • 04. Nowhere Man
  • 05. Think for Yourself
  • 06. The Word
  • 07. Michelle
  • 08. What Goes On
  • 09. Girl
  • 10. I’m Looking Through You
  • 11. In My Life
  • 12. Wait
  • 13. If I Needed Someone
  • 14. Run for Your Life

    Rubber Soul (UK Mono)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. Norwegian Wood (this Bird has Flown)
  • 03. You Won’t See Me
  • 04. Nowhere Man
  • 05. Think for Yourself
  • 06. The Word
  • 07. Michelle
  • 08. What Goes On
  • 09. Girl
  • 10. I’m Looking Through You
  • 11. In My Life
  • 12. Wait
  • 13. If I Needed Someone
  • 14. Run for Your Life

    Rubber Soul (US Mono)

  • 01. I’ve Just Seen a Face
  • 02. Norwegian Wood
  • 03. You Won’t See Me
  • 04. Think for Yourself
  • 05. The Word
  • 06. Michelle
  • 07. It’s Only Love
  • 08. Girl
  • 09. I’m Looking Through You
  • 10. In My Life
  • 11. Wait
  • 12. Run For Your Life

    Second Album (US Stereo 2005)

  • 01. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 02. Thank You Girl
  • 03. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 04. Devil in Her Heart
  • 05. Money (That’s What I Want)
  • 06. You Can’t Do That
  • 07. Long Tall sally
  • 08. I Call Your Name
  • 09. Please Mr. Postman
  • 10. I’ll Get You
  • 11. She Loves You

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (MFSL)

  • 01. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
  • 02. With A Little Help From My Friends
  • 03. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
  • 04. Getting Better
  • 05. Fixing A Hole
  • 06. She’s Leaving Home
  • 07. Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
  • 08. Within You, Without You
  • 09. When I’m Sixty-Four
  • 10. Lovely Rita
  • 11. Good Morning, Good Morning
  • 12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
  • 13. A Day In The Life

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (US Mono)

  • 01. Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
  • 02. A Little Help from My Friends
  • 03. Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds
  • 04. Getting Better
  • 05. Fixing a Hole
  • 06. She’s Leaving Home
  • 07. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite
  • 08. Within You Without You
  • 09. When I’m Sixty-Four
  • 10. Lovely Rita
  • 11. Good Morning Good Morning
  • 12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
  • 13. A Day in the Life

    The Beatles (MFSL)

    CD1

  • 01. Back in the USSR
  • 02. Dear Prudence
  • 03. Glass Onion
  • 04. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
  • 05. Wild Honey Pie
  • 06. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
  • 07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • 08. Happiness is a Warm Gun
  • 09. Martha My Dear
  • 10. I’m So Tired
  • 11. Blackbird
  • 12. Piggies
  • 13. Rocky Raccoon
  • 14. Don’t Pass Me By
  • 15. Why Don’t We Do it in the Road
  • 16. I Will
  • 17. Julia

    CD2

  • 01. Birthday
  • 02. Yer Blues
  • 03. Mother Nature’s Son
  • 04. Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
  • 05. Sexy Sadie
  • 06. Helter Skelter
  • 07. Long Long Long
  • 08. Revolution 1
  • 09. Honey Pie
  • 10. Savoy Truffle
  • 11. Cry Baby Cry
  • 12. Can You Take Me Back
  • 13. Revolution 9
  • 14. Good Night

    The Beatles (UK Mono)

    CD1

  • 01. Back in The USSR
  • 02. Dear Prudence
  • 03. Glass Onion
  • 04. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da
  • 05. Wild Honey Pie
  • 06. The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill
  • 07. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
  • 08. Happiness is a Warm Gun
  • 09. Martha My Dear
  • 10. I’m So Tired
  • 11. Blackbird
  • 12. Piggies
  • 13. Rocky Raccoon
  • 14. Don’t Pass Me By
  • 15. Why Don’t We Do it in the Road
  • 16. I Will
  • 17. Julia

    CD2

  • 01. Birthday
  • 02. Yer Blues
  • 03. Mother Nature’s Son
  • 04. Everbody’s Got Something to Hide Except Me And My Monkey
  • 05. Sexy Sadie
  • 06. Helter Skelter
  • 07. Long, Long, Long
  • 08. Revolution 1
  • 09. Honey Pie
  • 10. Savoy Truffle
  • 11. Cry Baby Cry
  • 12. Revolution 9
  • 13. Good Night

    With the Beatles (Canadian Stereo 2005)

  • 01. It Won’t be Long
  • 02. All I’ve Got to Do
  • 03. All My Loving
  • 04. Don’t Bother Me
  • 05. Little Child
  • 06. Till There was You
  • 07. Please Mister Postman
  • 08. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 09. Hold Me Tight
  • 10. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 11. I Wanna be Your Man
  • 12. Devil in Her Heart
  • 13. Not a Second Time
  • 14. Money

    With The Beatles (MFSL)

  • 01. It Won’t be Long
  • 02. All I’ve Got To Do
  • 03. All My Loving
  • 04. Don’t Bother Me
  • 05. Little Child
  • 06. Till There Was You
  • 07. Please Mister Postman
  • 08. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 09. Hold Me Tight
  • 10. You Really Got a Hold On Me
  • 11. I Wanna Be Your Man
  • 12. Devil In Her Heart
  • 13. Not A Second Time
  • 14. Money (That’s What I Want)

    With the Beatles (UK Mono)

  • 01. It Won’t be Long
  • 02. All I’ve Got to Do
  • 03. All My Loving
  • 04. Don’t Bother Me
  • 05. Little Child
  • 06. Till There was You
  • 07. Please Mister Postman
  • 08. Roll Over Beethoven
  • 09. Hold Me Tight
  • 10. You Really Got a Hold on Me
  • 11. I Wanna be Your Man
  • 12. Devil in Her Heart
  • 13. Not a Second Time
  • 14. Money (That’s What I Want)

    Yellow Submarine (MFSL)

  • 01. Yellow Submarine
  • 02. Only a Northern Song
  • 03. All Together Now
  • 04. Hey Bulldog
  • 05. It’s All Too Much
  • 06. All You Need is Love
  • 07. Pepperland
  • 08. Sea of Time
  • 09. Sea of Holes
  • 10. Sea of Monsters
  • 11. March of the Meanies
  • 12. Pepperland Laid Waste
  • 13. Yellow Submarine in Pepperland

    Yellow Submarine (UK Mono)

  • 01. Yellow Submarine
  • 02. Only a Northern Song
  • 03. All Together Now
  • 04. Hey Bulldog
  • 05. It’s All too Much
  • 06. All You Need is Love
  • 07. Pepperland
  • 08. Sea of Time
  • 09. Sea of Holes
  • 10. Sea of Monsters
  • 11. March of the Meanies
  • 12. Pepperland Laid Waste
  • 13. Yellow Submarine in Pepperland

    Yellow Submarine Songtrack (Mono 2005)

  • 01. Yellow Submarine
  • 02. Only A Northern Song
  • 03. All Together Now
  • 04. Hey Bulldog
  • 05. It’s All Too Much
  • 06. All You Need is Love
  • 07. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
  • 08. Eleanor Rigby
  • 09. Nowhere Man
  • 10. When I’m Sixty Four
  • 11. Love You To
  • 12. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonley Hearts C
  • 13. With A Little Help From My Fr
  • 14. Baby, You’re a Rich Man
  • 15. Think for Yourself

    Yesterday & Today (US Stereo 2005)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 03. Nowhere Man
  • 04. Doctor Robert
  • 05. Yesterday
  • 06. Act Naturally
  • 07. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 08. If I Needed Someone
  • 09. We Can Work It Out
  • 10. What Goes On
  • 11. Day Tripper

    Yesterday and Today (US Mono)

  • 01. Drive My Car
  • 02. I’m Only Sleeping
  • 03. Nowhere Man
  • 04. Dr. Robert
  • 05. Yesterday
  • 06. Act Naturally
  • 07. And Your Bird Can Sing
  • 08. If I Needed Someone
  • 09. We Can Work It Out
  • 10. What Goes On
  • 11. Day Tripper

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October 11, 2008 Posted by | Canon, George Harrison, John Lennon, Music_Pop, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Beatles, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Sacrifice operatives out to kill Paul McCartney!

“Did I really get $50 million for nothing? Really? ….
“The sacrifice operatives will be waiting for him.”

Yes, Macca is in trouble!

Someone’s threatening his life!

And this time, it isn’t uber-rich divorcee and former adult-star/ hooker (allegedly Mr Lawyers … as claimed by numerous media publications! And I’ve seen a lot of the naughty pictures of naughty Heather too!) Heather Mills!

Some militant Muslim leader called Omar Bakri’s threatening to kill Paul McCartney!

Maybe he’s a music fan and is sick and tired of Macca’s mountain of post-Beatles muzak?

Maybe he heard the Frog Chorus, Mull of Kintyre and Ebony & Ivory in succession on whatever crazy radio station he listens to, and it made him snap?


Maybe he’s angry at Macca’s marriage to crazy legless
Mills?

Maybe he’s angry that crazy
Mills received a divorce settlement of a billion, trillion dollars?

No! No! No!

Surprisingly, none of those quasi-logical reasons are causing the madness!

More prosaically, it’s Macca’s upcoming gig in Tel Aviv!

If that whacko hates the Israelis so much, he should be happy to have Macca play for them, and make them endure a night of awful muzak from which their eardrums and brains may never properly recover!!


Macca is unrepentant though! He says the Frog Chorus, Mull of Kintyre and Ebony & Ivory are still huge hits in Israel, so he must go there!


Looks like the wonderfully titled sacrifice operatives will be waiting for Macca! I hope they have ear-muffs!!


BTW, how does one get a job as a sacrifice operative? Sounds exciting! Is there a a special college?

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Muslim leader threatens to kill Paul McCartney over Israel gig

By Haaretz Service and Reuters

An Islamic militant leader warned that former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney could be the target of suicide bombers unless he cancels his first concert in Israel, reported the British Sunday Express.

The celebrated rock star plans to arrive in Israel as part of a world tour, and give a single concert at Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon on September 25.

Omar Bakri, an Islamic preacher, said McCartney’s decision to perform as part of Israel’s 60th anniversary celebrations made him the enemy of Muslims worldwide.

“If he values his life, Mr. McCartney must not come to Israel,” Bakri was quoted as saying. “He will not be safe there. The sacrifice operatives will be waiting for him.”

Bakri added, “Instead of supporting the people of Palestine in their suffering, McCartney is celebrating the atrocities of the occupiers,” Bakri was quoted as saying. “The one who is under occupation is supposed to be getting the help.”

McCartney was also been pressured by pro-Palestinian groups to cancel the show, but has resisted.

“I was approached by different groups and political bodies who asked me not to come here. I refused. I do what I think, and I have many friends who support Israel,” McCartney said in an interview with Yedioth Ahronoth.

Pro-Palestinian groups have frequently called on international academics and prominent cultural figures to boycott Israel over its occupation of the West Bank and blockade of the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.


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September 15, 2008 Posted by | Heather Mills, OTHER_ARTICLE, Paul McCartney, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

THE BEATLES – Discography (41 albums, above @256)

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BEATLES – Discography (41 albums, above @256)

The greatest complete body of music work either side of Bach and Dylan!

* 1962-1966 (US Stereo) (Covers)
* 1967-1970 (US Stereo)
* A Hard Day’s Night (MFSL) (Covers)
* A Hard Day’s Night (UK Mono)
* Abbey Road (MFSL)
* Beatles For Sale (MFSL) (Covers)
* Beatles for Sale (UK Mono)
* Beatles VI (US Mono) (Covers)
* Beatles VI (US Stereo) (Covers)
* Casualties (US Mono-Stereo)
* Help! (MFSL) (Covers)
* Help! (UK Mono)
* Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Mono) (Covers)
* Introducing The Beatles (v2 US Stereo) (Covers)
* Last Licks Live (2005) (Covers)
* Let It Be (MFSL) (Covers)
* Magical Mystery Tour (MFSL) (Covers)
* Magical Mystery Tour (US Mono 2005) (Covers)
* Meet the Beatles (US Stereo 2005)
* Please Please Me (MFSL)
* Please Please Me (UK Mono)
* Rarities (US Mono-Stereo) (Covers)
* Revolver (MFSL) (Covers)
* Revolver (UK Mono) (Covers)
* Rock ‘n’ Roll Music (US Stereo) (Covers)
* Rubber Soul (MFSL) (Covers)
* Rubber Soul (UK Mono)
* Rubber Soul (US Mono) (Covers)
* Second Album (US Stereo 2005)
* Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (MFSL) (Covers)
* Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (US Mono) (Covers)
* The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
* The Beatles (UK Mono)
* With The Beatles (Canadian Stereo 2005) (Covers)
* With The Beatles (MFSL) (Covers)
* With The Beatles (UK Mono)
* Yellow Submarine (MFSL) (Covers)
* Yellow Submarine (UK Mono) (Covers)
* Yellow Submarine Songtrack (Mono 2005) (Covers)
* Yesterday & Today (US Stereo 2005) (Covers)
* Yesterday & Today (US Mono) (Covers)

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September 5, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, John Lennon, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, Music_Pop, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, The Beatles, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison



“It was good. It was like we were dreaming”

Nice piece from an upcoming interview with Macca about the late great George in the great Uncut magazine.
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Sir Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison
Jul 1 2008

PAUL McCartney has told of the last touching moments he spent with George Harrison just days before the former Beatle’s death.

Macca, 66, revealed how he held hands with his old bandmate, who died of cancer in November 2001 at the age of 58.

And he said they joked about their old haunts as Harrison lay desperately ill.

In a 13-page tribute to The Beatles guitarist in Uncut magazine, McCartney said: “We held hands.

“It’s funny, even at the height of our friendship – as guys – you would never hold hands. But it was lovely.

“I sat with him for a few hours when he was in treatment just outside New York.

“He was about 10 days away from his death, as I recall. He was very poorly.

“But it was lovely, really lovely, and the years just stripped back.

“He was my little baby brother, almost, because I’d known him that long.”

McCartney also spoke about having a row with Harrison over the recording of one of The Beatles’ biggest hits.

He said: “What started happening, I think, was that I’d started getting on George’s nerves.

“One prime example was when we were doing Hey Jude.

“George started answering my vocals on his guitar.

“He was filling all the gaps. Now, what do you say? ‘Er, look, man, do you mind?’ “You’ve got to put it diplomatically. But you’ve got to say, ‘I don’t want that in the arrangement’.

“And certainly in that case, he took umbrage.”

July 4, 2008 Posted by | George Harrison, OTHER_ARTICLE, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _MUSIC, _OTHER | Leave a comment

Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison



“It was good. It was like we were dreaming”

Nice piece from an upcoming interview with Macca about the late great George in the great Uncut magazine.
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http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/

Sir Paul McCartney tells of last words with fellow Beatle George Harrison
Jul 1 2008

PAUL McCartney has told of the last touching moments he spent with George Harrison just days before the former Beatle’s death.

Macca, 66, revealed how he held hands with his old bandmate, who died of cancer in November 2001 at the age of 58.

And he said they joked about their old haunts as Harrison lay desperately ill.

In a 13-page tribute to The Beatles guitarist in Uncut magazine, McCartney said: “We held hands.

“It’s funny, even at the height of our friendship – as guys – you would never hold hands. But it was lovely.

“I sat with him for a few hours when he was in treatment just outside New York.

“He was about 10 days away from his death, as I recall. He was very poorly.

“But it was lovely, really lovely, and the years just stripped back.

“He was my little baby brother, almost, because I’d known him that long.”

McCartney also spoke about having a row with Harrison over the recording of one of The Beatles’ biggest hits.

He said: “What started happening, I think, was that I’d started getting on George’s nerves.

“One prime example was when we were doing Hey Jude.

“George started answering my vocals on his guitar.

“He was filling all the gaps. Now, what do you say? ‘Er, look, man, do you mind?’ “You’ve got to put it diplomatically. But you’ve got to say, ‘I don’t want that in the arrangement’.

“And certainly in that case, he took umbrage.”

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Abbey Rude! – Lady Macca’s Porno Past

“She looks like the madam of a sleazy brothel”


A piece from Brit rag “The Sun” last year regarding the loveable, cuddly Heather Mills! The most popular woman in Britain since Myra Hindley !!

It’s really rather strange and scary, how much public perception has demonised Mills! She can have no public life in the future – maybe even any semblance of a normal life will be nigh impossible too.

I’m no fan of Heather’s. Among reasons for this, is the fact that she reminds me too much of a chick, Stacey, I met in North-East England years ago on a Stag Party weekend. I don’t mean that Stacey had the same number of legs as Heather. I was drunk of course, but I’m sure there were two legs – not three, not one, not zero.

Anyway, the worst thing was the fact that, at the end of our one night stand, Stacey gave me a case of crabs. How inconsiderate! When I opened it later, the crabs jumped out of my briefcase, ran around everywhere and scared all the passengers on the train! I think Stacey’s dad was a fisherman.

I am a big Paul fan though. He’s definitely one of my favourite Beatles. In fact, he’s definitely my fourth favourite Beatle. Fifth, if you include Pete Best.

Little Heather’s far from the first spouse (of either sex) to marry a wealthy older partner and then come away with a huge chunk of change.

Do people think Mc Cartney is some senile, innocent, fragile geezer that either never knew what he was doing, or who needs to be protected at all costs?

Macca is a notoriously shrewd businessman and was thereby able to become by far the wealthiest of the former Beatles and in fact one of the wealthiest people in Britain!

Also, Macca came from the poor streets of a rundown Liverpool during the post-war economic depression. He would have to have been been as streetwise as a street lamp!!

Macca could easily have required Mills to sign a pre-nuptial agreement – but he did not! Therefore, he had to endure the extended proceedings and potential loss of fortunes. That’s his own fault!

Do people think that just because it’s once-cuddly Beatle Paul, that his marriage will last forever?

Divorce rates are steadily high and according to UK Government stats, some 132,562 UK couples split in 2006 (the huge number of couples whose marriage has to all intents and purposes ended, but who for whatever reason do not divorce, is not included in this stat)!

Consider adding to this “standard risk” of marriage failure, the incredibly high profile of the Macca marriage. Add too the very idiosyncratic nature of Macca’s lifestyle and the inherent unique stresses and strains that presents. Add too the fact that Macca had adult children from a former marriage and consider the stresses to a marriage that normally creates. Add too the age gap between the spouses.

Therefore, let alone having to cope with the normal stresses and strains of a man and a woman living together 24/7, but having to cope with so many more difficulties and challenges, the risk of this marriage failing was always high.

Yes, therfore, even if it had been “cuddly Beatle Paul” with some virgin who’d just walked out of a nunnery, the marriage would have had a high risk of an early end!

Yet, Mills seems to get 100% of the blame for the breakdown of their marriage. Not Paul. Not the public glare. Not the unique lifestyle. Not the presence of adult children from a former marriage. Not the age gap. Not the normal marital strains!

It was fascinating then, in this context and the context of the vast potential financial gain/loss for the two parties that, as the Mc Cartney divorce case progressed, more and more revelations about Mills came across the various media channels to the Public! To the Public at large – and also of course to individual members of the Judiciary who from part of the Public and who therefore could not have avoided hearing the sordid details via some media channel!

This so-called scandalous stuff wasn’t new to the various media sources. Stories about Mills’s naughty past (allegations of having been a call-girl, porno model, etc) had been going around for years, but had in the main been hushed up when she was in the arms of Sir Paul.

Yes, amongst the allegations was one that Mills was once a “high class” call-girl! I love when idiots use the phrase “high class” in that ludicrous context! Even if, say, the Royal Queen of Holland was doing tricks for cash, even she could not then be properly referred to as “high class”!

So it seems the media rags felt they could publish this material as the divorce proceedings progressed, even though they never dared do so before!

Just look at the piece below from the Sun rag! The reporter is apparently shocked senseless at the content of what is basically a Sex Instruction Manual. It’s like these pictures came out of the sixth circle of hell and would corrupt the morals of the entire society!

This is the same Sun rag that every day has a young, often teenage, lady stripped on page 3 for the delectation of its “readers”. Of course too, it normally has lots of other nude or partially nude female shots on its inside pages.

Why the moral crusade against something Mills may have done ages ago?

Do we really believe that Macca had no inkling of Mills’s alleged dark past before he wed her?

Like anyone, Mills has free will. If she wanted to get involved in a particular kind of photography or a particular kind of work or whatever, so long as it’s not illegal or minors are not involved, it was her choice.

Furthermore, Mills was a model. Models are sometimes, or even often, involved in photoshoots where at least some nudity exists. If Mills had been a nude model for the Sun rag, they would have published her nude pictures with no qualms.

Applying moral judgment on someone else’s actions is always precarious and often hypocritical.

What about Macca himself?

Cuddly Paul came from the swinging sixties. The “Free Love” era! The Hippy era. Stories of debauched bacchanalian sex and drug orgies from the swinging sixties are commonplace even among “normal folk” who participated in the scene – let alone in the rarified world of music superstars and legendary groupies.

Is there any miniscule, remote chance that Macca may have done some naughty things some time in the past?! Why weren’t the media rushing to investigate that possibility and to find potential evidence thereof?!

So Macca’s “publicity” campaign could look like it might have involved a lot of propaganda and, potentially, disinformation!

Importantly too, of course, it’s a lot easier and a lot less dangerous to throw mud at the “despised one” of a Knight of the Realm than at the “loved one” of a Knight of the Realm!

When the court case had ended, the settlement turned out to be a lot less than that first feared by the Macca camp, when the proceedings were first announced!

Therefore, if I was cynical, I’d say the Macca “publicity” campaign worked perfectly!

I’m not cynical though!

Mills received a serious chunk of change. But what about her life?

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Heather Mills McCartney

Abbey Rude … Heather in clinch from book

By VICTORIA NEWTON
Showbiz Editor

05 Jun 2006

http://www.thesun.co.uk/

LADY Heather McCartney posed in depraved pornographic clinches which are bound to sicken her estranged husband Sir Paul and his army of fans.

The ex-model was snapped in a string of lurid scenes for a hard core German book.

Many of the images are too explicit to print in a family newspaper.

One shot shows Heather naked and smothered in baby oil as she performs a sex act on a nude male porn star. The curly-haired man is then photographed performing an act on her with the help of a sex toy.

In other shots Heather appears to act out bondage scenes with whips, handcuffs and edible underwear.

Dressed in red stockings, suspenders and a corset — and with long red-painted nails — she looks like the madam of a sleazy brothel.

She is also seen smearing herself and the male co-star with whipped cream and baby oil. In some snaps her nipples are covered with lipstick.

In other scenes, Heather and the man appear to have sex and perform sex acts while watching themselves in a mirror. And in yet more, Heather ends up naked during a game of strip poker.

The porn shoot was published in 1988 — five years before the blonde became famous after losing her leg when hit by a police motorbike.

Now 38 and mum to Sir Paul’s two-year-old Beatrice, she stopped at very little when she took part in the revolting snaps for Die Freuden Der Liebe — The Joys Of Love.

The filthy volume features 112 pages filled with pictures — and contains NO accompanying words.

Heather and Sir Paul, 63, announced last month that they were separating after just four years of marriage. Geordie-born Heather could claim up to £200million in a divorce.

Ex-Beatle Sir Paul had earlier apparently turned a blind eye to his wife’s “colourful” past — insisting it was all slurs by jealous fans and mean media commentators.

She was once even asked on a US chat show if she had ever been a prostitute, which she denied.

Days ago The Sun told how Heather was a would-be escort girl who dated rich Arabs behind the back of first hubby Alfie Karmal.

He said: “I caught her out lying over a job interview, which turned out to be an interview with an escort agency. Heather claimed she didn’t know it was an escort agency and said she thought she would just be showing clients around London.

“Under that beautiful, caring facade was a manipulative, callous and cold woman.”

Since news of their split became public, Paul has gone out of his way to defend his estranged wife. He regularly posts messages on his website attacking sections of the media for branding her a “gold-digger”.

March 26, 2008 Posted by | Chav, Heather Mills, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, _ARTICLE, _OTHER | Leave a comment