Since the age of 20, Paul McCartney has lived one of the ultimate rock 'n' roll lives played out on the most public of stages. Now Paul's story is told by rock music's foremost biographer, with McCartney's consent and access to family members and close friends who have never spoken on the record before.
Paul McCartney reveals the complex character behind the façade and sheds new light on his childhood - blighted by his mother's death but redeemed by the father who introduced him to music.
©2016 Philip Norman (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd
Being a big Beatles fan I listen to anything like this so to me it didn't reveal anything I didn't already know but I did find it as informative as anything I've read about McCartney.
"Awesome,all is forgiven "Phillip"."
i still remember the author's 60 Minutes interview for "Shout". "saying Paul will make things up, George is the only one you can get the truth from". Ringo just smoked joints according to the author, in "Shout".
I think the author got to know "Paul McCartney" as opposed to " Paul" whom, everyone knows.
"A great read & a must for any true music lover"
Actually I've listened twice. A great book about the man and his life and not just his life as a Beatle. The narration was great the content relevant and up to date.
Listening to the story of how they recorded the album Band on the run in Africa not knowing how dangerous it was. And listening to how Paul overcame depression after the breakup of the Beatles and how he got on with life after Linda.
Yes if I could've I would've.
A great addition to any true music lover's collection. A must hear!
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