Paul McCartney and Wings on Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder 1979
The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder. Before going on stage at Rainbow Theatre in London Paul & Linda McCartney candidly talk with Tom Snyder 5th December ‘1979…
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Autographed Wings album Paul and Linda McCartney
I cant believe i have this.
What is exactly Patti Scialfa’s purpose in the E Street Band? Don’t get me wrong I like Bruce’s music but I just have to wonder if her guitar and mic are actually plugged in. People want to bash Linda McCartney (r.i.p.) when she was with Wings but I have never seen anything written about Patti Scialfa.
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The same as Yoko Ono’s and Linda McCartney’s, some possesive wives (like them) just can’t stay out of their husband’s business.
I think she is genuine I also think a lot of fans of musicians like to bash their significant others who contribute to their music as they see it ruin the draw of the solo performance or creativity of that person but sometimes two heads are better than one
I could give you the best answer but then again I don’t want to get reported. At this point she is there because it makes the Boss happy. and when the Boss is happy he records, tours, and sings.Hell if I was talented, super wealthy, and traveling the world I would want my wife to be right there with me too!
Initially, It was obviously to break up Bruce’s marriage, and then he could get back to making quality music. Now that she is married to the boss, it is a benefit. Professionally, was it for harmony, or playing a killer tambourine?
I was born and raised in NJ so I am “Obligated” to be a Bruce fan, well not really but I am from way back, I always thought she was just there for her to have something to do while Bruce was on the road and he could keep an eye on her
Good question. I could never figure out what her purpose is. Makes me wonder if she had something to do with Bruce’s divorce from his previous wife.
is there anyone out there who is kind of in the same position or have been in the some position, as myself? I am a high school graduate and have completed a General Associate’s degree. I am also working towards an Office Services certificate. I am not sure where I should go afterwards. I really enjoy Photography. I don’t know the technical aspects, though. I also enjoy taking ‘commercial’ pictures (nature, outdoors, buildings, etc). Someone also mentioned graphic designing or something in the Publishing area. I don’t have many skills in either of the three areas. It’s hard for me to express myself.So sorry. I am not very social, and prefer to be in the background of things. I have looked at the Ohio Career Information System. It does have some good information on it. I guess I am just wondering are there any people out there who are kind of in the same position or have been in the some position, as myself, and what did you end up doing? Thanks so much!! And I hope you will be able to understand my (disorganized) thoughts.
i would do what i already did,,find a local photographer in your area who specialises(sp) in the field you want to get in. tell them your education and will be willing to work part time for him/her for free for the training and experiance.you will learn a lot more than any school will teach.i learned dark room skills that way from a old master
Wow! I was in EXACTLY the same position last semester. I had an A.A. degree and I wanted to go to photography school, but didn’t really know the technical side of it. I finally decided to go to the University of Texas. I think I want to do advertising, but I have to take a class and make a B or higher in it before I can apply to the program.I decided I liked photography, but didn’t want to do it as a career. My career counselor said that a lot of photographers she talked to told her to advise her students to get a degree in something else and do photography on the side. Once you have established yourself (and figure out the tech side) start diving more into photography. They said it’s just hard to make money. The people she talked to said that’s how they got into the business.If I don’t do something in advertising I’m probably going to do something with communications. You may want to take some career tests and talk with a counselor to find out your options.P.S. One of my favorite photographers is Linda McCartney. You should check her out if you haven’t yet.P.P.S. You don’t have to have skills in ANY of those fields. They will teach you how to do everything in school, but you really should get a Bachelor’s degree.Good Luck!
Can someone explain me the “Paul is Dead” theory? I don’t get it sure enough, like, i don’t understand why did that theory started or what proof people have about if it is true or not
“On January 7, 1967, Paul McCartney’s car crashes en route from London to Sussex, driven by one Mohammed Hadjij, a Moroccan student who’d been invited to Paul’s home in London for a party (Hadjij was assistant to gallery owner and socialite Robert Fraser). McCartney, however, is in Mick Jagger’s Mini Cooper, which Hadjij is following in Paul’s own Mini; the convoy is leaving Paul’s house to travel to Keith Richards’ Sussex home in order to continue the party. Paul’s Mini crashes when another car drives over a hanging seatbelt, causing Hadjij to crash into a pole. He survives with only minor injuries, but since Paul’s car is custom-made and well-known to Londoners, bystanders at the scene assume it’s Paul that’s been hurt. Partiers around town begin to circulate (and elaborate on) McCartney’s “crash,” going to far as to speculate that he has died and been replaced with a double. (Paul was also involved in a moped crash on December 26, 1965, in which he broke a tooth, but this doesn’t seem to have started the original rumor. However, PID theorists sometimes use the accident and its aftermath in embroidering the rumor.) On August 23, 1968, Former Detroit DJ and current musician/producer Terry Knight, who has just signed with Capitol, is inivited to attend the Beatles recording sessions. Knight picks up on the tension within the band, which is due largely to disagreements over management in the wake of Brian Epstein’s death. Knight, who sides with McCartney in his mind, goes home and writes his next single, “Saint Paul” (Capitol P-2506, May 1969). Lines such as “Sir Isaac Newton said it had to fall” — actually about the death of the Apple dream — further fuel the fire of “Paul is Dead” rumors. (Knight would go on to manage Grand Funk Railroad.) On September 17, 1969,Tim Harper, student at Drake University in Des Moines, IA, pens an article titled “Is Beatle Paul McCartney Dead?” for the Drake Times-Delphic student paper. Harper, who does not believe in the rumor, nevertheless reports the latest West Coast college gossip — that Paul McCartney has died in a car crash, perhaps as far back as 1966. Six days later, Barb Ulvilden recounts the rumor in Northern Illinois University’s Northern Star. On October 12, 1969, Tom Zarski, a student at Eastern Michigan University, calls WKNR in Detroit, MI, and informs DJ Russ Gibb of the rumor, on-air. Zarski tells Gibb that by playing a section of the band’s “Revolution 9” backwards, a clue emerges: the phrase “Turn me on, dead man.” Gibb proceeds to do just that. Listeners are stunned. On October 14, 1969, Fred LaBour, entertainment reviewer for the University of Michigan student newspaper The Michigan Daily, turns his assigned review of the new Beatles album, Abbey Road, into a satirical piece headlined “McCartney Dead; New Evidence Brought to Light.” In the article, LaBour repeats the musical “clue” and adds several of his own. He also invents the name “William Campbell” as Paul’s “replacement.” This finally causes the mainstream press to take note, and when contacted by other media outlets, LaBour furthers what he thinks is a joke by validating every rumor within the rumor. On October 21, 1969, The London Times publishes its own report on the rumor. The very next day, both The New York Times and The Los Angeles Times cover the story. On November 7, 1969, having tracked down Paul and wife Linda at their farm in Glasgow, Scotland, to disprove the rumor, Paul is the featured cover story of this week’s edition of Life magazine, which carries the headline “Paul Is Still With Us.” In the interview, Paul debunks several “clues” and adds: “Perhaps the rumor started because I haven’t been much in the press lately. I have done enough press for a lifetime, and I don’t have anything to say these days. I am happy to be with my family and I will work when I work. I was switched on for ten years and I never switched off. Now I am switching off whenever I can. I would rather be a little less famous these days.” “-Also not mentioned in this article, if you listen to the song ‘Blue Jay Way’ backwards you can faintly hear ‘Paul is Bloody.’ That also caused controversy amongest the Beatle fans.**Also here is a website that supports the ‘Paul is Dead’ theory, although in my opinion he isn’t. (trutv.com/conspiracy/celebs/paul-is-dead/gallery.all.html )