Keyword - mccartney
Wednesday, December 19 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, December 19 2007, 09:40 - Paul McCartney Interviews
Friday, December 14 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, December 14 2007, 11:42 - About the Beatles
Sir Paul McCartney has accused EMI, his former record company, of becoming boring and taking him for granted. The former Beatle, speaking to The Times, complained that the British record company had become too bureaucratic – and how he had “dreaded going to see them”.
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, December 14 2007, 11:17 - About the Beatles
"I don't know what he did when he went to New York but certainly not in any of my experiences. What I spotted was completely the opposite. It was just chicks, chicks, chicks."
Thursday, November 15 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, November 15 2007, 09:21 - Private life
London - Heather Mills has 10 secret tapes containing details about her sex life and bitter rows with estranged husband Sir Paul McCartney.
Thursday, September 6 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, September 6 2007, 15:10 - Private life
As he was named "man of the year" at an awards ceremony, Sir Paul McCartney certainly wasn't lacking in admirers.
But the former Beatle appeared to have eyes for only one woman.
Wednesday, September 5 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, September 5 2007, 14:40 - Paul McCartney Interviews
Edith Bowman talk show on Radio 1
Saturday, August 18 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, August 18 2007, 15:52 - Private life
Source : Splash/News Of The World.
Tuesday, August 14 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Tuesday, August 14 2007, 10:59 - Private life
By fanclub Bipbop on Tuesday, August 14 2007, 10:54 - Live and Shows
Tourism bosses in Britain are in talks with SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY over the former BEATLE's plans to rename the London Eye landmark as part of a publicity campaign surrounding his upcoming DVD anthology. Marketing bosses behind the DVD launch have reportedly approached the London Eye bosses with a view to rechristening the big wheel attraction on the banks of the River Thames the MCCartney Eye. They also hope to beam the artwork for the cover of the DVD, which features the rocker's eye, onto the landmark in November (07) for the duration of the launch events. A source tells Britain's The Mirror newspaper, "It's ambitious but his people are determined to make it happen and Sir Paul may even perform a one-off show in one of the pods to make it even more special."
Monday, August 13 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Monday, August 13 2007, 10:56 - Live and Shows
Friday, July 27 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, July 27 2007, 17:22 - Veggie World
Wednesday, July 18 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, July 18 2007, 15:11 - Private life
Sir Paul McCartney has been donating his cash to many different cancer charities since his wife Linda died from the disease in 1998.
But he's just pulled support from several cancer funds, after discovering they tested on animals.
The animal-loving star was shocked to find out organisations that had previously benefited from his generosity advocate vivisection.
McCartney, a vegan, says, "It became very difficult when Linda died because I said I would support cancer charities. Animal rights groups then wrote to me pointing out that many were heavily into vivisection - and it's true. A doctor we knew out in America just admitted it as a matter of fact, innocently, like 'Well, sure we do.'
"What he doesn't realise is that he won't get a donation out of me for that very fact. There are better alternatives but you're not allowed to challenge the status quo."
Are we to assume, then, that if doctors had been able to save Linda's life with a medication that'd been tested on lab rats, Sir Paul would've kissed his wife goodbye and sung "Oh! Darling," don't "Twist And Shout," "I'll Cry Instead," "Here Comes The Sun."http://www.defamer.com
By fanclub Bipbop on Wednesday, July 18 2007, 14:54 - Veggie World
McCartney has many times been
considered the most successful musical artist of all time. How come?
Over his career, he has sold over 100 million singles, 60 of his discs
have gone gold and his song “Yesterday” has been played over 7 millions
times on the radio. Not too shabby. To set his legacy a little stronger
into stone, here is the Paul McCartney Martini recipe.
1 oz gin
1 oz part white vermouth
1 oz lemon liqueur
1 dash angostura bitters
1.) Add a couple of ice cubes to a Swank Martini glass
2.) Add gin, white vermouth and lemon liqueur to martini glass
4.) Top with angostura bitters
Swank Martini Affiliate Program
Thursday, July 12 2007
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, July 12 2007, 22:42 - About the Beatles
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, July 12 2007, 21:10 - Media / Seen on the web
Paul McCartney recently released Memory Almost Full to virtual rimjobs from both his fans and the critics. The new album has also achieved serious commercial success, as it debuted at #3 on the U.S. charts. I grew up on McCartney’s music, and I’ve always been a huge fan of his solo catalog.
founded on http://www.glidemagazine.com
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, July 12 2007, 20:52 - About the Wings
Paul McCartney's former Wings bandmate Denny Laine is set to spill the secrets behind their turbulent friendship in a new book. McCartney formed the group with guitarist Laine in 1971, but the pair fell out in January 1980 after the former Beatle was taken into police custody for marijuana possession at Japan's Tokyo airport.
The arrest forced the group to cancel international tour dates and Laine reportedly never forgave McCartney for what he saw as an act of betrayal.
Laine has since teamed up with a professional ghostwriter to work on his autobiography, which is expected to shed light on his fractured relationship with the Let It Be hitmaker.
A source close to Laine says, "Denny has been approached by one of music's most reputable authors about a much-anticipated biography. In the past, questionable motives. Denny would have none of it.
"But this time, the project will be done on Denny's terms."Source : http://www.starpulse.com
Sunday, July 1 1984
By fanclub Bipbop on Sunday, July 1 1984, 19:51 - Paul McCartney Interviews
PLAYBOY: Although we hope to cover a lot of ground, let's start with
reason you're in the limelight again. You've just finished a movie, Give
My Regards to Broad Street. You wrote it and play a leading role. Why
this movie now?
Sunday, April 4 1971
By fanclub Bipbop on Sunday, April 4 1971, 23:17 - Paul McCartney Interviews
PAUL: "The whole Beatle thing-- it's like it was all years ago--
like going back a distance more than anything. And that's the whole
point. The Beatles are really finished, over with, and it's just each
of us alone now, living our lives the way we choose. I think while the
Beatles were on-- I can't really use any other word-- while they were
just on, there was no question of any of these normal hangups
interfering with it because we just had an understanding. It's like a
married couple. When we started off we were all aiming for pretty much
the same thing. I think the troubles really began when we weren't
aiming anymore for the same thing, which began, I think, when we
stopped touring in 1966. During the making of the White Album, Ringo
left the group saying he wasn't 'getting through' to the rest of us.
But he came back in two days. By the time we made Abbey Road, John and
I were openly critical of each other's music and I felt John wasn't
much interested in performing anything he hadn't written himself. When
we made the 'Let It Be' album, George walked out over a row about the
performance of some songs-- and said he was leaving the group. A few
days later there was a meeting at Ringo's house, and he agreed to come
back at least until the recording was finished."
Interviewed in Los Angeles during a recording session for his upcoming album entitled 'Ram,' Paul McCartney speaks about the Beatle breakup, and his new life.
Monday, April 6 1970
By fanclub Bipbop on Monday, April 6 1970, 20:05 - Paul McCartney Interviews
PAUL: "Because I got a Studer four-track recording machine at home - practiced on it (playing all instruments) - liked the results, and decided to make it into an album."
Q: "Were you influenced by John's adventures with the Plastic Ono Band, and Ringo's solo LP?"
PAUL: "Sort of, but not really."
Q: "Are all songs by Paul McCartney alone?"
PAUL: "Yes sir."
Thursday, January 1 1970
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, January 1 1970, 15:06
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, January 1 1970, 00:00 - Paul McCartney Interviews
PAUL: "What do you want me to say about it, Tony?"
Friday, September 19 1969
By fanclub Bipbop on Friday, September 19 1969, 23:25 - Paul McCartney Interviews
On September 19th 1969, Paul McCartney was interviewed at Apple offices in London by David Wigg. Their discussion would air a few days later on the BBC Radio-One program ‘Scene and Heard.'
Wigg would later remember of his chat with McCartney: "The interview was held in the Apple offices in London. Paul sat in a handsomely carved chair that belonged to George Harrison. Paul talks of enjoying life as a family man. Paul also explains about the musical, business and personal differences within the band. He was very unhappy with the whole situation, largely because he never favored Allen Klein to handle their financial affairs. We discussed Paul's plans, the Abbey Road album, the day they received their MBE's, the Royal family, and what had caused the Beatles to change."
In addition to being a BBC radio personality, David Wigg was also famous for being a columnist for the Daily Express, as well as the London Evening News. In 1976, Wigg would release a double album featuring his interviews with each of the four Beatles, entitled 'The Beatles Tapes.'
The Abbey Road album would be released in the UK on September 26th, one week after this interview was recorded.
Saturday, July 12 1969
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, July 12 1969, 23:22 - Paul McCartney Interviews
Thursday, May 23 1968
By fanclub Bipbop on Thursday, May 23 1968, 15:27 - Paul McCartney Interviews
May 23rd 1968. The documentary was telecast on BBC television on November 3rd.
PAUL: "I was always frightened of classical music. And I never wanted to listen to it because it was Beethoven and Tchaikovsky, and sort of, big words like that... and Schoenberg. I mean, like... A taxi driver the other day had some sheet music of a Mozart thing, and I said 'What's that?' And he said 'Oh, that's the high-class stuff. You won't like that. No no, you won't like that.' And I said, 'well, what is it?' (giggles) He said 'No, you won't like it. It's high-class, that. High-brow!' And uhh, that kind of way I always used to think of it. I used to think 'Well you know, that's very clever, all that stuff.' And it isn't, you know. It's just exactly what's going on in pop at the moment. Pop music is the classical music of now."
Tuesday, March 26 1968
By fanclub Bipbop on Tuesday, March 26 1968, 15:35 - Paul McCartney Interviews
On March 26th 1968, Paul McCartney and then-fiancee Jane Asher were very briefly interviewed by BBC-News as they arrived in London, returning from meditation with the Maharishi in Rishikesh, India. Just four months after this interview, on July 20th 1968, a public announcement made it official that the McCartney/Asher engagement was off. Following this, appearing on Simon Dee's BBC-TV chat show, Asher was asked if it was she that had broken off the engagement. Asher stated, "I haven't broken it off, but it is broken off -- finished. I know it sounds corny but we still see each other and love each other. But it hasn't worked out. Perhaps we will be childhood sweethearts, and meet again and get married when we're about seventy." As the BBC-News interview begins, Paul is playing the old-time jazz standard 'Bye bye Blackbird' on a ukelele with Jane Asher seated next to him. Paul is asked about the poverty in India, and both are asked about the effects of meditation.
Saturday, November 25 1967
By fanclub Bipbop on Saturday, November 25 1967, 15:38 - Paul McCartney Interviews
The small room was hot and smokey. Long strips of film hung from steel coat racks and dozens of LPs lay scattered around the floor. Empty coffee cups were dotted everywhere with ashtrays spilled over with cigarette butts.