Blackbird

Blackbird The most prolific and commercially successful of the Beatles Paul McCartney has made musical waves for over three decades His leadership of the Beatles collaborations with Stevie Wonder Michael Jack

  • Title: Blackbird
  • Author: Geoffrey Giuliano
  • ISBN: 9780306807817
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • The most prolific and commercially successful of the Beatles, Paul McCartney has made musical waves for over three decades His leadership of the Beatles collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, and Elvis Costello solo hits, including Maybe I m Amazed, Band on the Run, Jet, Silly Love Songs, No More Lonely Nights, My Brave Face, and Put It There The most prolific and commercially successful of the Beatles, Paul McCartney has made musical waves for over three decades His leadership of the Beatles collaborations with Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, and Elvis Costello solo hits, including Maybe I m Amazed, Band on the Run, Jet, Silly Love Songs, No More Lonely Nights, My Brave Face, and Put It There and many world tours have re established him to successive generations of listeners In Blackbird, Beatles insider Geoffrey Giuliano unfolds the whole story of McCartney s contradictory character and colossal talent Beyond updated appendices and rare photos, this edition includes a substantial new chapter discussing McCartney s recent life Like no other book, Blackbird presents the real Paul.

    One thought on “Blackbird”

    1. Let's summarize this book in a sentence: "Paul McCartney is a brilliant musician with the personality of a scumbag." That's about right.

    2. It's been 18 yrs since I've read this. I'm past the point in my life where I'd be interested in reading now if I hadn't already.

    3. Paul McCartney has always seemed to me to be enigmatic, secretive and concerned with his own image, but perhaps that’s understandable given his background. I don’t think Giuliano has done much to explain the enigma. Much was already known of McCartneys’ back to nature, Scottish lifestyle and his intent to show his children a simple life away from stardom. Guiliano attributes this to McCartney’s miserly notions rather than any noble rural feelings and cites many other examples of McCartne [...]

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