The beloved co-founder of the Beatles, Paul McCartney recently gave an interview to Penguin Books and the Penguin Books’ podcast, The Penguin Podcast about McCartney’s latest children book “Hey Grandude”. Paul McCartney ‘turned down’ by famous woman.
Paul McCartney calls out ‘spoiled’ family in video. Here, McCartney states why he has a hard time listening to his past material, both solo and as a member of the Beatles. Alternative Nation transcribed his comments.
Interviewer: Do you listen to Beatles music on Christmas day?
Paul McCartney: I don’t listen to a lot of Beatles music, I don’t listen to a lot of my own music. You’re often onto the next thing and I’m always there doing something because I enjoy working, but what is nice is when we remaster or when there’s a project particularly the Beatles from sixty years ago or it’s an anniversary – it’s fifty years, it’s sixty years, I have to listen to it to approve it and to say the remaster is a great job. So we play the remastered sound alongside the old sound and you know, sometimes the old sounds better.
McCartney would continue: “So you go: “Oops, wait a minute, it’s got more body” and the engineer will address that. So that’s how I listen to Beatle records. Yet, it’s amazing to hear something dredged from all that time ago because probably, my own stuff definitely I would just write it, record it, release it and probably never listen to it again. That is until the remastering session – so I enjoy that. In America, there’s a Beatles channel so when I’m there I do listen to them. [laughs]” Paul McCartney horrible beard photo revealed by wife.
Paul McCartney holding two women in a bar photo was just revealed. In other news revolving Paul McCartney fans recently took to social media to review the aforementioned ‘Hey Grandude’. One fan stated: Being an avid Paul McCartney fan, I knew I needed to purchase this book. Also knowing that few celebrities have multiple talents, I realized this book could potentially be a dud. That was not the case! Grandude is a fun book with an engaging storyline for my five-year-old daughter. She loves remembering the Chillers’ names and pointing to each one as we turn the page. There is also a mantra repeated each time the gang changes locations, which Daughter loves to recite. The illustrations are bright, colorful, and eye-catching for both kids and adults. Love reading this with my kindergartner!