Thursday, February 9, 2012

Paul McCartney

  • Paul McCartney appears to be a "Band on the Run" … at least when it comes to popular music streaming services.
  • (GeekWire)
  • Heather Mills is describing her experiences of phone hacking to a British inquiry into media ethics. The ex-wife of former Beatle Paul McCartney says that there was absolutely no way that messages McCartney left for her could have been obtained legally.
  • (AP -
  • During the Beatles' final, turbulent years, John Lennon sometimes would refer derisively to classic McCartney confections like When Im 64 and Maxwells Silver Hammer as Pauls granny music.
  • (NBC Chicago)
  • NEW YORK - Paul McCartney will debut the songs from his new album Kisses On The Bottom in a free live streaming performance on iTunes.
  • (Today Online)
  • (CBS/AP) LONDON - Paul McCartney and Elton John are among the acts scheduled to perform in front of Buckingham Palace this summer to celebrate Queen Elizabeth IIs Diamond Jubilee.
  • (CBS News)
  • Fans of former Beatle Paul McCartney are in for a special treat on iTunes this Thursday. Apple announced it is planning to offer a free live-stream of McCartneys upcoming performance from Capitol Studios in Hollywood, Calif.
  • (PC Magazine)
  • With that in mind, I knew exactly what I thought Id be getting into when I agreed to not only listen to Paul McCartneys new album, Kisses on the Bottom, but to also review it.
  • (UC Daily Campus)
  • Paul McCartney paints such a fun picture of holiday singsongs at his childhood home, with the rugs rolled back and his dad on piano, that its a shock his first album of standards is a stone-cold drag.
  • (Herald Times Reporter)
  • Apple may indeed be using the Apple TV to test the live broadcasting waters, as evidenced by its recent decision to stream former Beatle Paul McCartneys live performance this Thursday.
  • (Ars Technica)
  • The music on Paul McCartney's first "standards" album, Kisses on the Bottom, floats over you like a light mist on a cool spring morning in an English garden as the sun glints through the haze.
  • (Hamilton Spectator)

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