i just love they way this babe plays hardballs here....thank you for the fun...kate...it was how pauls family and mates addressed letters to him... Ian. Ian Iachimoe is Paul McCartney's name played backwards on a tape recorder. When Paul wrote "Paperback Writer", he signed the lyric sheet, "Sincerely, Ian Iachimoe".
Thanks Marshall-Luv :K) that was the explanation I was hoping for
Oh, was I right then? OK here's an easy birthday question then Erm...Who played lead guitar on You Can't Do That?
here's what I found:
There were two versions of that first single, one (called the "rock" version) had the intro in
German and the other (the "twist" version) had the slow intro in English. These were distinguished
from one another both on the label and on the picture sleeve. The "twist" version of the song sold
better, and very soon, "My Bonnie" found itself in the German Top Twenty, finally selling up to
180,000 copies in Germany. The single was held back until October, 1961 ("Rock"), and mid-January,
Lead guitar on "You Can't Do That" was played by Johnny
Here's the next question:
remember the film "Help"
what's written on the metal box that was placed in the underground beneath the Beatles when they tried to record
"The Night Before"