Paul McCartney Leaves Stage Bonnaroo 2013

Paul leaves the stage,greets fans and gives a smoochie to James who was waiting for him,cute!


Playback Time

Remembering Mum

Happy 4th Anniverssary To The Mccartneyphotoblog

It was four years ago today that Nawel started this blog ,who would've thought it will still be here today,
We want to thank all of you readers,contributors and co writers for your support,help and kind messages.
Thanks to all,and roll up for a great year of Mccartney photos ahead!


Cyn In The First Row

Guitar Player



By Ringo

Lennon obsessed with beating McCartney

Every time I read a story about John in his post eatles days,it puzzels me how insecure he commes through all these stories,and this one is no exception,how couldn't he see that both he and Paul were genius songwriters but had different style,poor John.
John Lennon was obsessed with writing a song better than Sir Paul Mccartney's 'Yesterday' and hoped 'Imagine' would finally replace The Beatles' hit as the world's most-loved song.
The guitarist was consumed with his desire to pen a track as good as the famous song written by his Fab Four bandmate in the mid-1960s because so many fans mistakenly believed it was composed by Lennon.
When he came up with 'Imagine' in 1971 he was convinced he finally had a tune to outdo McCartney's masterpiece - and he pestered his DJ pal Howard Smith, demanding to know if it was better than 'Yesterday'.
Smith tells Mojo magazine, "John came to my loft and he was all excited. He said, 'I think I finally wrote a song with as good a melody as 'Yesterday'.' Yesterday drove him crazy. People'd say, 'Thank you for writing 'Yesterday', a beautiful song...' He was always civil, but it drove him nuts."
Lennon performed 'Imagine' for Smith at his apartment and the depth of his obsession with beating McCartney became clear.
Smith adds, "He played it through and asked me what I thought. (I said) 'It's beautiful.' (He said) 'But is it as good as 'Yesterday'?' (I said) 'They're impossible to compare.' So he played it again. And again. And he said, 'You'll see, it's just as good as 'Yesterday'.'"

Read more: 3news.co.nz