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  • Performer: Paul Mc Cartney
  • Album: Talks About His Dear Friend John Lennon
  • FLAC: 1361 mb | MP3: 1118 mb
  • Released: 1984
  • Style: Interview
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Paul Mc Cartney - Talks About His Dear Friend John Lennon album flac

Tracklist

A Mc Cartney About Lennon 5:47
B Mc Cartney About Lennon

Notes

The cover is not glued like regular 7inch covers, it's a sheet of paper twice the size of a 7inch folded and inserted into a plastic outer sleeve.

Printed on cover:
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This is an exclusive interview with Paul McCartney.
Paul talks extensively about his relationship with John, their songwriting and rivalry, their contacts after The Beatles, his reaction on Johns sudden death, Yoko and many more things...
This interview is essential for all fans; it comes with the warmth, freshness and humor of Paul.

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Recording first published in 1982

Fan Records
Records Limited

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Garrod (means Printing by Garrod & Lofthouse)
Made & Printed in Great Britain

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Special convention release
Limited release of 500

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This stereo record can be played on mono reproducers provided either a compatible or stereo cartridge wired for mono fitted. Recent equipment may be already be fitted with a suitable cartridge. If in doubt consult your dealer.

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DEAR FRIEND - A soft and beautiful song aimed at mending his relationship with John Lennon, from the Paul McCartney & Wings WILD LIFE album in 1971.

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Mc Cartney About Lennon.

The first a remastered version, and the second a beautifully intimate unreleased home recording

His songwriting partnership with John Lennon remains the most successful in history. After the group disbanded in 1970, he pursued a solo career and formed the band Wings with his first wife, Linda, and Denny Laine. More than 2,200 artists have covered McCartney's Beatles song "Yesterday", making it one of the most covered songs in popular music history

The studio version of the song featured on Wings' 1971 album 'Wild Life'. Speaking about the song, which you can listen to below, McCartney said: With ‘Dear Friend’, that’s sort.

Dear Friend was written about John, yes. I don’t like grief and arguments, they always bug me. Life is too precious, although we often find ourselves guilty of doing it. So after John had slagged me off in public I had to think of a response, and it was either going to be to slag him off in public - and some instinct stopped me, which I’m really glad about - or do something else. So I worked on my attitude and wrote Dear Friend, saying, in effect, let’s lay the guns down, let’s hang up our boxing gloves. Some have seen this song as an answer to John Lennon’s How Do You Sleep, featured on the Imagine album. It seems however unlikely as Imagine was published in September 1971, while Dear Friend has been recorded in July 1971. Last updated on November 2, 2018.

With ‘Dear Friend,’ that’s sort of me talking to John after we’d had all the sort of disputes about The Beatles breakup," McCartney says in a press release. I find it very emotional when I listen to it now. I have to sort of choke it back. McCartney also mentioned the relief he felt after reconciling with his former Beatles bandmate before Lennon's death in 1980. That lyric: ‘Really truly, young and newly wed,’ listening to that was like, ‘Oh my God, it’s true. I’m trying to say to John, ‘Look, you know, it’s all cool. Have a glass of wine.

Paul McCartney has said that he wrote over 300 songs with his John Lennon and the immense influence their friendship had on McCartney is evident on two new unreleased versions of the Lennon-inspired track ‘Dear Friend’.