The book, written by Peter Ames Carlin and published by Touchstone Books/Simon & Schuster ($26), is described in a press release as "a fresh perspective on his many triumphs -- and failures" and says it offers evidence "that the widely accepted Beatles 'myth' -- with McCartney as villain and John Lennon as avant garde genius -- requires some revision."
October 22, 2009, Steve Marinucci http://www.examiner.com/x-2082-Beatles-Examiner~y2009m10d22-New-Paul-McCartney-biography-takes-new-perspective-on-former-Beatles-life
Would It Be The Same Country If You Could Change Your Mind - They’ve been gone too long, but they are back just at the right time. Lucky Soul’s last album was all of seven years ago, and we thought we may have lost t...
2 days ago