McCartney, Paul & Linda: Interview By Robin Ross 1986

McCartney, Paul & Linda: Interview By Robin Ross 1986

McCartney, Paul & Linda: Interview By Robin Ross 1986

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Title: Interview By Robin Ross 1986
Artist: McCartney, Paul & Linda
Label: Screen Edg
Product Type: COMPACT DISCS
UPC: 601913936235
Genre: Rock

Paul McCartney My meeting with Paul McCartney was a real pinch myself moment and recorded at the time of the 'Press to Play' album. As I expected a very genuine man with no problem with answering any questions. The Observers book of Birds... growing up on Merseyside... is that where his interest in conservation began... nothing like the English countryside. Still rockin' and talking about The Princes Trust... at the time he did not have a band... selecting musicians... enjoying Buddy Holly. Linda McCartney Talking about Suzie and the Red Stripes.. The soul of Reggae.. she was forced to play the piano.. Wings and playing Seaside Woman live. Bob Marley the one person she wanted to photograph... black and white photography she preferred why... 'life' was her favourite subject to photograph... depth of people. What did she find boring? Was she private? Of all the people I spoke to over the years, Linda McCartney was probably the most inspiring, real and so generous

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