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Paul McCartney

Real name: James Paul McCartney
Birthdate: N/A
Status: Single
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Biography

On July 18th the debut of a special arrangement of the Choral Suite in Ecce Cor Meum was performed in Eton College Chapel by the second Eton Choral Course, in the presence of the composer.

In 1968 he and Gus Dudgeon co-produced the song "I'm The Urban Spaceman" by the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band and were collectively credited as "Apollo C. Vermouth" because of contractual restrictions. The band later paid tribute to them with their recording "Mister Apollo", a song about an impossibly perfect body builder.

In 1974, he recorded an instrumental, "Walking in the Park with Eloise", which had been written by his father. The song (with B-side, "Bridge Over The River Suite") was released on a 1974 single by the "Country Hams", which featured Wings, Floyd Cramer and Chet Atkins. Both tracks were later featured on the CD reissue of Wings at the Speed of Sound.

In 1994 he appeared as "The Fireman" (a collaboration with Youth) with the album Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest, discussed above, an album based on sounds from his album "Off the Ground". In 1998, "The Fireman" appeared again with a second album, Rushes.

On 2 July 2005, he was involved with the fastest-released single in history. His performance of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" with U2 at Live 8 was released only 45 minutes after it was performed, before the end of the concert. The single reached number six on the Billboard charts, just hours after the single's release, and hit number one on numerous online download charts across the world.

1968
- "Blackbird" (help·info)
- "Mother Nature's Son" (help·info)
- "Helter Skelter" (help·info)

The string and wind arrangements in "Eleanor Rigby", "Penny Lane", and "When I'm Sixty-Four" were arranged by George Martin.

It is often unclear whether proponents spread this story as a joke or as a real conspiracy theory. The rumour has been the topic of much sociological examination because its development, growth, and rebuttal took place very publicly, due to the Beatles' enormous popularity and propensity for hidden messages and double meanings in their songs, as well as in their album titles and artwork.



 


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