My replies to Tkitna in bold.
These are very small circles. Maybe, but they are quality circles. Quality always beats quantity.
Think about what you just said. After reading this, I realize that there truly is no reasoning with you. Your in your own world. If Pauls solo career is pretty empty, the other Beatles solo careers must have been nonexistent.
I meant (clearly) empty in terms of quality. Quality always wins.
I go and I prefer to hear his solo stuff compared to the Beatle songs.
Really? I don't go because I like to pay for quality.
I'd listen to them, but to answer your question, probably not. The same can be said for 33 1/2, Dark Horse, Extra texture, George Harrison, Walls And Bridges, Mind Games, New York City, etc,,,,. See the pattern here?
Interesting that you go for the lower quality works of the others. Answer me this: did Paul come close to All Things Must Pass and JL/POB? Did he even get close to Imagine or Cloud Nine or Living In The Material World? You see, I go for quality. And these albums would certainly have held their own without the Beatle stamp, especially ATMP and JL/POB.
Insert any of the Beatles names into that quote. Except Paul. Sorry, joke.
Yes, i'm sure that he's losing sleep everynight by being the most successful of the four and thinking of ways to spend his billion dollars that he's earned with his silly love songs. Get real.
Well, that's the point - I think he may well see that he wasted his gifts on lightweight "silly love songs". As I've said before, that might account for so much of Paul's famous "revisionism". And: I laugh at the way so many Paul fans point to the dollars he has amassed as a sign of his success! Some of us go for quality - and I bet Paul wishes he had too.
Just a small point in the interests of accuracy: it's 33 1/3, not 33 1/2. I like accuracy - it's a quality thing.