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Wayne L.:
I think the James Paul McCartney TV special from 73 which I didn't see for the first time until 76 is one of Paul's finest moments as an artist after the breakup of the Beatles with his band Wings since it was extreme television with the former Beatle in the decade of Sonny & Cher & Carol Burnett variety shows with McCartney playing the majority of his current songs with a few Beatles classics at the time but I consider this TV special to be excellent viewing for any dedicated Beatles fan along with the fact that I will always remember him with his famous 70's haircut at the time.

pc31:
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pc31:
mary hd a little lamb............what of brain hines then me bucko????????

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[quote by=pc31 link=Blah.pl?b=films,m=1078590929,s=2 date=1078623955]mary hd a little lamb............what of brain hines then me bucko????????[/quote]

Hi PC, what was that track we talked about from this show a few weeks back? I think it had Paul tap-dancing on it!

I have never seen this show, but from what I've heard and the pics I've seen... hmmmm no thanks, not my cup of tea at all! Sorry Wayne, no offence intended :)

Wayne L.:
I think the James Paul McCartney TV special is great with live versions of Big Barn Bed, Mary Had A Little Lamb, Little Woman Love, C'Moon, My Love, Live & Let Die, Mess I'm In & ending with Yesterday even though some of you might disagree.

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