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 […]
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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 […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. Paul McCartney & Wings released a relatively softer rock album in 1978 called London Town, shortly after the departures of late guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and drummer Joe English. Paul’s idea afterwards was to return to a more raw version of straight rock and roll and get Wings […]
This week on #askNat I respond to Tom Kelly in Cameron, Texas who has sent me this message: I am interested in the Paul McCartney & Wings recording sessions in Nashville during the early 70s. Do bootlegs or complete recordings of these sessions exist? What is the story behind the sessions? And what about “Sally G?” Thanks for […]
Welcome to The Beatles Rarity of the Week. Back on Dec 10th and 11th of 1992, Paul McCartney visited New York’s Ed Sullivan Theater, where he first appeared with The Beatles back in February 1964 on the Ed Sullivan Show that introduced the fabs to America for the first time. The purpose of his return […]