Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. In 1987 Paul McCartney began planning a new album and a world tour – something he had not done since the Wings days over a decade earlier. Step one would be to get together a band that he could work well with and take on tour. He […]
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This week on #askNat, I have a couple questions from Ken Weber of New Jersey that need answering. Take a look at what Ken asks: I remember reading that “All Those Years Ago” was originally to be submitted to Ringo Starr. Was this with alternate lyrics, or the same lyrics? Did George Harrison and John Lennon […]
Hello to everyone and though I’m not sure when you’ll be reading this, I welcome you anyway to the first #askNat for 2014 and hope you’ve had a Happy New Year! The question I’m addressing this week comes from Curtis Honeycutt of Indianapolis. Back in 2012, Curtis had sent in a previous question concerning a […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. This one comes out on the international release date of Paul McCartney’s New album and I thought it would be a good day to look back to another interesting release of his that is from twenty years ago – though for some of us that may be […]
Welcome back to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. With all of the fuss earlier in the year about the outstanding remaster release of the triple Wings Over America album, I thought I would dig a bit further into the excitement stirred up by Paul McCartney and Wings’ live performances. The Wings Over America tour […]
Welcome back for another in the Beatles Rarity of the Week series affectionately know as the BROW. This week’s offering is sort of a continuation of another BROW from a couple of months ago. On June 3rd (2013) I shared a special country hoe-down version of the Beatles classic “Can’t Buy Me Love” that was […]