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4 New Paul McCartney News Updates
« on: December 16, 2011, 01:44:50 AM »

SF Weekly
December 15, 2011
Albert Maysles Reveals the Human Behind ex-Beatle Paul McCartney in The Love We Make

Some celebrities have had such a huge impact on our culture that it's difficult to imagine them as individual human beings. But filmmaker Albert Maysles has built a career out of quietly capturing the character of each of his subjects, including American Bible salesmen (Salesman), Big Edie and Little Edie Beale (Grey Gardens), The Rolling Stones (Gimme Shelter), and The Beatles (What's Happening! The Beatles in the USA). Co-directed with Bradley Kaplan, Maysles' new documentary The Love We Make follows a former Beatle (and one of the most beloved figures in pop music) during the weeks immediately following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.


Ultimate Classic
December 15, 2011
Paul McCartney’s ‘Take it Away’ Video Notes Bring In Over $25,000 at Auction

Scraps of paper might cost you big bucks! That is if those scraps are handwritten notes from Sir Paul McCartney! In a recent Gotta Have Rock And Roll auction, Paul’s script notes for the ‘Take It Away’ music video sold for a whopping $25,941.00. The starting price was $10,000, and the 7th bid was the lucky one! What basically amounts to a screenplay for the ‘Take It Away’ video was full of notations and directions from McCartney. Beatle items are always in high demand, but items like this are truly one of a kind!


Contact Music
December 15, 2011
Sir Paul McCartney - Sir Paul McCartney Thanks Russian Fans

Sir Paul McCartney has thanked Russian fans for giving him a warm welcome.The legendary Beatles musician took his On The Run tour to Moscow's Olimpiysky complex in Russia yesterday (14.12.11), and as he left, sent a message thanking fans for welcoming his show back.


December 14, 2011
Sir Paul McCartney Plays The 100 Club

Sir Paul McCartney has performed an intimate lunchtime gig at the 100 Club on London's Oxford Street, a historic music venue faced with closure.
Just 300 fans were treated to the smallest show the ex Beatle has played in over a decade. The set lasted two hours, and included songs by the Beatles, Wings and from Sir Paul's extensive solo back catalogue.He was met by huge applause when he first stepped onstage and said: "Please Mr 100 Club, try and keep it open because it's a really cool place."


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