Paul McCartney On Drugs – an amusing overview of the cute Beatle’s history of public drug use. Odd that there’s no mention of the allegation that Heather Mills forced Paul to give up grass before she’d marry him… Clearly, marriages that start with ultimatums are not meant to last.
Corrected: The “last known” photograph of John Lennon and Paul McCartney together is for sale was sold in 2000. The image was taken at the recording of US singer Harry Nilsson’s album Pussy Cats in 1974, four years after the Beatles split up. John Lennon produced Pussy Cats during his “Lost Weekend” and McCartney stopped … Continue reading Last Known Photo of Lennon-McCartney SOLD
Sir Paul McCartney played a safe set during the Super Bowl half-time show, but he did it well. And at least he avoided those goddamned medleys.
McCartney — After the Ball – Stylus Magazine assesses Paul’s solo output. It’s fair and sharp, which is all too rare when discussing the “cute” Beatle.
Brendan Benson – Let Me Roll It via Star Time Records. Yeah, the McCartney song.
Paul and Yoko duke it out once more, but for what? So what’s the big stink? Paul wants to switch the order of names on the songs he mainly wrote. Who cares? Apperently, Yoko. Though I tend to see it as a lot of hot air, most media outlets have reported that Yoko Ono is … Continue reading Please, For the Love of God, Let it Be
Super Bowl XXXVI Makes Al-Qaida Run For The Hills — “No more Terry Bradshaw!” they scream. Johnny Loftus Each year, the concentric rings of florescent gluttony emanating from the Super Bowl reach further and further out, before they eventually dissolve, say, around the time pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training in late February. But … Continue reading INORDINANCE
Rock stars unite for 9-11 attacks, but does anyone care? By Phil Wise With all the madness surrounding the September 11 attacks, people feel as though they should do something—anything to help. The incredible outpouring has dwarfed even that of the We Are the World spectacle of the early 80s, both in contributions and pomposity. … Continue reading Give till it hurts