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IBTimes UKSelf-taught musician, Mc Cartney, alongside bandmates John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr formed the legendary band in the early 1960s.With dapper suits and shiny bowl haircuts, the Liverpudlian lads stormed the charts and captured the hearts of young female fans across the globe.Yet after decades of critical abuse, he seems to have finally succeeded in putting memories of The Frog Chorus to rest, salvaging some dignity with the much-lauded Anthology collection of Beatles out-takes, earning generally positive reviews of his back-to-basics solo album (Flaming Pie) and being the subject of an authorised biography ('Paul Mc Cartney: Many Years from Now' by Barry Miles) that reaffirms his creative importance in the Beatles set-up.Then who should pop up with a withering put-down but his old enemy Yoko Ono.War Child: Heroes is the ultimate covers album: an unprecedented coming together of music's greatest ever legends and today's best artists to support a great cause. They make up 11 Brit nominations and eight Grammy nominations.The album concept sees the biggest heroes in music history select a personal favourite track from their own back catalogue, and nominate an act from the next generation to create a modern reworking of that classic song. The album was recorded over six months in studios in London, Manchester, Paris, Berlin, New York and Los Angeles. War Childâ€™s albums have won awards at the Brit Awards, as well as from Q and NME and been nominated for the Mercury Prize.The 47-year-old American heiress has been dating Sir Paul, 66, since last year.
Along with Lennon, he was cited as the band's mastermind lyricist and musician, with compositions including the likes of Eleanor Rigby, Hey Jude, After his wife Linda died of cancer in 1998 – and his highly publicised, tumultuous marriage and divorce to former model Heather Mills – he is now happily married to Nancy Shevell, a New Yorker who he has been dating since 2007.
All profits will aid the real heroes: children affected by the brutalities of war. War Child is only able to work in these locations through a unique combination of security management and private funding.
Dating back to the reworking of Come Together by the Smokin Mojo Filters (Mc Cartney, Weller and Noel Gallagher) for 1995's legendary Help album (alongside Blur, Oasis, Radiohead, Paul Mc Cartney, Portishead, Stone Roses, Massive Attack) The 15 legends supporting the project have combined global album sales of over 1.4bn The new acts chosen to cover the classic tracks include the UK's biggest selling album artist of 2008, Duffy; the current Mercury prize winners, Elbow; and the act behind the most critically acclaimed album of 2008, TV On The Radio.
On September 8th 1968, the Beatles performed "Hey Jude! This song is very frequently mentioned in The Dark Tower series by Stephen King, first in The Gunslinger, and then in The Drawing of the Three - the song is either played on the honky tonk, or sung by the characters as a means of passing the time or connecting one world to another. As for the people who said that anyone who says this is their favorite Beatles song is not a true Beatles fan, that's ridiculous.
Frost ...* After nine weeks at #1 it was "Love Child" by the Supremes that finally bumped it out of the top spot. Four months earlier on July 17th, 1968 it had its world premiere in London, England... Jude"* was in its 8th of 9th weeks at #1 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; and the record's B-side, "Revolution"*, was at #20 on the chart ... It means that whatever Jude needs to do is right there, waiting for him.