Monday, 10 August 2015

Watch Paul McCartney's Backstage Antics At Rock Hall Ceremony

Beatle comes with Stevie Wonder, Joe Walsh, Billie Joe Armstrong and Ringo Starr on behind the scenes footage of induction

Ringo Starr turned 75 on July 7, and to celebrate, Paul McCartney has shared with Rolling Stone an exclusive behind the scenes video of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony this year in Cleveland, where he gave his fellow Beatle induction speech. In this four-minute video before, during and after the ceremony on April 18, fans can follow the trials McCartney backstage jam stars closing ceremony and watch the bear comes out with Stevie Wonder, of Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, Joe Walsh and, of course, Ringo.

In the video, Wonder congratulates Starr in honor Rock Hall. McCartney standing with them, Starr teases wonder considering the reunification of the band and the singer asks "Superstition" if you want to join.

Then sound check McCartney of the Beatles "I Want to Be Your Man" while Armstrong poses for a photo along with bassist. After witnessing all rockers stage for sound check Final Jam star of the night, it's time for the ceremony (but not before Walsh does some funny antics in a hallway behind the scenes).

"You see a lot of these bands when they are playing, are looking back at the drummer as' Will you accelerate, it's going to slow down?" McCartney told the audience in his speech induction Starr. "You have to look with Ringo. It's just there." Then the camera takes us front row for the grand finale, the interpretation of the stars of "With a little help from my friends."

"Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, here is Ringo Starr. Richard Starkey, born Liverpool. The best drummer in the world," says McCartney backstage camera while toasting Starr last after the ceremony ended. "Man. My friend. My little brother. Here's to you, baby."

Monday, 29 June 2015

Paul McCartney, “See Your Sunshine” From Memory Almost Full (2007): One Track Mind

Wrapped in a very public and bitter divorce, Paul McCartney embraced everything he did matter in the first place in the burning memory almost full, published on June 5, 2007. That's perhaps more than ever in this terrible setback.

Overall, the album took more in retrospect that bitter introspection expected. It is fully realized in "See Your Sunshine" a cunning Alas tune redo ending as anachronistic but somehow more attractive way of registration.

Background vocals, bright and cyclic, as strongly reminiscent of Denny Laine and late wife Linda as for completely new transport in 1976. ("Silly Love Songs", after all, went to No. 1 during the last week of May of that year.) This is the kind of pure pop that Paul McCartney became a soundtrack immediately after the ugly decade Beatles own division. And just as welcome.

Memory Almost Full, as a group of very committed fans discovered, was an anagram of "my soul mate LLM", the initials of Linda Louise McCartney. Asked the question, Paul would have said: "Some things are better left a mystery." But he is not one of them. Paul McCartney is supposed to sound just like the song.

That meets that standard, so fully inhabits its own cliché, for a period of overwhelming adversity is part of the charm of Paul. Always it has been.

That said, "See Your Sunshine" is not necessarily representative of Memory Almost Full, who insisted (on grinding industrial riff, the "Vintage Clothes") that we should "live in the past. Not cling to something that is changing quickly "Nostalgia Comfy but also fit with the then recent departure of Paul McCartney Capitol - where, after all, had been recorded since the early 60s McCartney subsequently signed with a stamp of Starbucks for this, his solo CD 21, and He agreed to release Memory Almost Full, for the first time in digital format on the website.

Still, it was comforting to know that just as Paul McCartney tried to embrace this new world daredevil, who had not forgotten what came before. In a statement released in advance of the album chart, McCartney said the title came after the "Memory Almost Full" message appeared on her cell phone. "In modern life," he wrote, "our brains can get a bit overloaded".

Sunday, 17 May 2015

Paul McCartney Plots More U.S. 'Out There' Tour Dates

Paul McCartney Plots More Americans 'out there' Concerts

Paul McCartney announced the first 2015 show out there within their Tour.

Paul McCartney has announced more dates. Scroll down to see the latest additions are in bold.

Even after almost 60 years as an active musician, Paul McCartney is still one of the most prolific artists on tour. The former Beatle has just announced its first US date sand 2015: Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on June 21. It will be his first show in the city since 2010.

McCartney, who is currently touring Japan and South Korea, played 32 dates on out there touring South, Central and North America last year. Although the point of Philly's your first date arena 2015, the artist has confirmed two festival appearances: Firefly on 19 June and 31 July Lollapalooza.

McCartney has kept busy since the release of his 2013 album new. The music veteran has found a new collaborator Kanye West and has appeared in three of the rapper's latest singles, "alone", "All Day" and "FourFiveSeconds". McCartney, West and Rihanna released his first live performance of "FourFiveSeconds" at the Grammy Awards this year. A week later, McCartney surprised fans with an intimate Valentine's Day show at the City Club of New York Irving Plaza.

Last week, the musician joined fellow Beatle Ringo Starr in the Hall of Fame Rock and Roll. "It is time for shit, man!" McCartney said after the ceremony where he and Starr performed together. "That's what my daughter said a few years ago. It's great. It's the culmination. Now the four of us are in a band and as individuals. It would have been a pity that he had not been to, right?"

Tickets for the show at Wells Fargo Center will be on sale May 1 at noon local time.

Paul McCartney Tour Dates:

June 21st - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
June 23rd - Charlottesville, VA @ John Paul Jones Arena
June 25th - Columbia, SC @ Colonial Life Arena

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Is Kanye West’s New Song Based On This Obscure, 45-Year-Old Outtake From Paul McCartney?

After months of fragments filtered, assisted flamethrower in action BRIT Awards last week, and the wide circulation within rip this afternoon, you can finally hear the full studio version of Kanye West "All Day" then iHeartRadio through.

 Is "All Day" based on the output connection oldMcCartney "When the wind blows"?

While the studio version, for the most part, the live version approach, departs most dramatically in the last minute. While the song seems designed to be from album "Ni ** as in Paris" as favorite club (even repeated "ball" of the hit / rhymes "mall" and "that shit cray" chorus), the last minute decision an abrupt left turn in the acoustic strumming and whistles. Although it is the last thing you'd expect at a track like this, which actually comes courtesy of new frequent collaborator Paul McCartney (as confirmed by rapper and singer Theophilus London, which also features on the track), when McCartney had his own first child with his wife Linda.

You can hear Paul tell the whole story behind the interlude below, but here's the rub. Paul says that while circling in the hospital after birth, he was looking at a Picasso painting of an old man playing guitar (presumably Old Guitarist), when he realized that the man was playing a chord that uses "... only two fingers." He tried to recreate the rope, and he thought it sounded good, so I tried to write a whole song around this issue with two fingers.

He later recorded the song during sessions Ram as a guitar track and gentle hissing flame was never released, but recordings have found their way online "When the wind blows."

Although the 45-year-old chord progression is barely recognizable when sung in "Monster" in the style of layered vocals and played synth bass, also appears to be the basis for progression own chords "All Day" on all. I did West and McCartney, who also recorded the ballad of parents "Only One" together, bond over memories of their first child, and end this? What is really cray is that this old lullaby of a song would, after decades, to join the new club banger Kanye West.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Is Paul McCartney Co-Producing Kanye West’s Next Album?

Ibn Jasper says he will be.

Update: According to representatives of Rolling Stone Paul McCartney says he does not co-produce all of the new album by Kanye West.

Kanye West and Paul McCartney seem to be a match made in musical heaven and looks like we're about to get even more of this unlikely duo but-impressive, according to longtime friend and barber Yeezy, Ibn Jasper.

"All new Kanye album is co-produced with Paul McCartney," Jasper said in a commentary Instagram.

McCartney and West basically broke the Internet as a cover of Kim K with his last two collaborations. The last cut, "FourFiveSeconds" which fell on Saturday (January 24), is likely to be on the album Yeezy, but can also appear in another highly anticipated effort.

"He decided to Rihanna in the song and put it on her two albums, as are the two Roc Nation [artists]," said Jasper.

If the right of Jasper, the new album from West could follow what has already become an interesting race Kanye McCartney. However, we can only hope this album Kanye falls soon.

Thursday, 15 January 2015

Paul McCartney On Twitter

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Paul McCartney: Beatles Courses Are 'Ridiculous But Flattering'

Sir Paul McCartney co-founded the Liverpool Institute For Performing Arts

Sir Paul McCartney has called popular music courses that focus on the "ridiculous" Beatles.

"We have never studied anything, we loved our popular music," he said. "I think for us, we felt it would have ruined study it."

The musician made the remarks during his participation in a Q & A on its website.

However, Sir Paul admitted that classes incorporating music from the Beatles were "kind of cool idea" and "very flattering".

"Being told - like years ago - that the Beatles were in the history books my son that was like 'What Unbelievable, man?!?" He said.

The 72-year-old added that great musicians could not be created in the classroom.

"It may be that you use [courses pop music] to teach others about the story, that's all worthwhile," he said.

"But to think that you can go to school and go as Bob Dylan? Someone like Bob Dylan, you cannot do."

Sir Paul said it was "amazing, The Beatles featured in the history books

Sir Paul co-founded the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (Lipa) in 1996. Based on old school musician, the Liverpool Institute High School for Boys, which offers degree courses in music, along with theater and dance.

"It was an early decision when we were thinking about our policies Lipa, we said, 'We want to empower people to become road,'" he said.

"Give them as much information as possible. But you cannot tell them how to become a Bob Dylan or John Lennon because, you know, nobody knows how this happens."

Responding to another question about the current state of the music industry, the star said he did not believe that modern technology resulted in better records.

"We would record four tracks in one day - that is incomprehensible now -  ... And those four tracks still sell more than most contemporary records So obviously, the system was pretty good was very simple, it just had to be very disciplined ... we knew we had to play well, "he said.

"Whereas now you know you will," Let's do another take or get in the mix, we'll just take that bum out note, we will keep in Pro-Tools, we'll fix it. 'But it gives you, I think, too many choices.

"It's great, is very luxurious, but I do not think it helps the process."