Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. Back in January (2015) I featured, for BROW, Paul McCartney’s Flower’s In The Dirt track “How Many People” recorded during a rehearsal session before a live audience for the popular Dutch music program Countdown (check out that post here). This week’s entry follows up from that as […]
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Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. Naturally since Thursday is Paul McCartney’s 73rd birthday, it will be a very Macca-focused week here on the site. Paul began his New World Tour on February 18th, 1993 in Milan, Italy and after 77 shows on 5 continents ended the tour in Santiago, Chile on December […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. Back in March (2015), I announced the upcoming plans for the supergroup Hollywood Vampires to not only release an album sometime soon, but also make an appearance at the Rock in Rio festival down in Brazil in September (2015) (see this post here). Consisting of Alice Cooper, […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. This past January (2015), Paul McCartney released a vinyl 12-inch single of the theme song written for the Destiny video game called “Hope For The Future.” The disc featured five very different sounding mixes of what is theoretically the same song. The first track, labelled the “Main” […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. On June 5th, 1989, Paul McCartney released Flowers In The Dirt, his eighth album as a solo artist (excluding countless others with Wings and The Beatles). A couple of weeks before the release, Paul and his new band were hot on the promotion circuit and made an […]
Welcome to the Beatles Rarity of the Week. I’m Happy Nat and for a little over seven years now I have been bringing you some of the rarer recordings by The Beatles, together or apart, that aren’t normally readily available at your local record shop. For this week I’ve selected a track that was first […]