He confirmed that the “Paul is dead” clues found in several Beatles album covers and songs were deliberately planted by the group as part of an elaborate scheme dating back to the summer of 1966.
According to Mc Cartney, the plan was formulated by manager Brian Epstein.
The procedure, which opens up the arteries to allow greater bloodflow, was reportedly done at a private London clinic and was described as "routine" (40,000 are done in the UK alone every year). Calling it, "a vital part of local community life," Paul Mc Cartney is helping those waging a campaign to save his one-time post office in Liverpool.
Paul had his brother read a statement of support outside the post office Tuesday (November 20, 2003) that said, "Its 100-year history should not be cast aside lightly.
I've read that there's only one thing Paul does right handed - playing drums - and he does everything else left handed.
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We insisted that ‘Paperback Writer’ would be our next single and told him that the song represented the new direction our songwriting was going in.” When contacted in London, former Beatles press agent Tony Barrow confirmed Brian’s concerns. He had told Paul to come up with another ‘Yesterday’ or ‘Michelle’ for the next single.
British tabloids reported Wednesday (January 2, 2008) that Paul Mc Cartney underwent a secret balloon angioplasty operation for his heart "last autumn".Speaking of rumours he had slept in a bed with his father for “month” after her death, he told the newspaper: “We were both grieving together. We all adore her.” His opinion is in stark contrast to his thoughts on his father’s former wife Heather Mills, who had a daughter Beatrice in 2003.“That first night, in Arizona, when she’d just died I thought it would be too sad for Dad to sleep on his own so I kept him company." He added he then went into a “rough” period where he “got more and more into drugs”. “My relationship with Heather was not very good,” said Mc Cartney. “But I wouldn’t want to say anything negative about her because she’s a good mother to Beatrice and that’s the most important thing.” Mc Cartney has a new album, entitled Me, and is currently touring the US.' So we took a cab, and we went down to Canal Street, and then we started walking. We went up to the police lines and asked, ' Could we go down here? I started to write quite a bit more, and I thought, "Ah, I'll make a new album." Photos: The Beatles Romp Through London in 1968 "Driving Rain" traces some of that emotional journey. I mean, someone said, "We expected it to be very somber, very serious," and I had an idea that maybe it would go that way. So it was good to just get back with a few guys and sit around and go [ You have said that you just wanted to be the bass player again. So it occurred to me, "What a nice, clean idea: I do bass and vocals.' A few of the guys recognized me and said, ' Well, you can come through, Paul! "It was like, ' Good, you're down here,' and I was like, ' It's great what you're doing.' Of course, the nearer we got, the smoke was in our clothes, in our eyes. We just stood there, said a little prayer, and that was it. " And it was, "Yes, you can." I started to fall for Heather. Let's go back to that if I'm going to make a new record." It was a bit of a release, really.