Paul McCartney is indisputably one of the most famous names in the history of British music. Best known for his fame as a member of The Beatles, the ex mop-top is responsible for writing some of the nation’s best-loved songs and was recognised by The Guinness World Records as ‘the most successful composer and recording artist of all time.’
In this CD audiobook, including rare material from interviews conducted throughout his long-spanning career, ‘Macca’ reveals a wealth of information about his public and private life. From his early influences, his celebrated song-writing collaboration with John Lennon and his life with The Beatles, right through to the band’s eventual break-up and the forming of his new band, Wings, this incredible collection from the BBC guides listeners closely through the personal journey of a British icon.
BBC audiobooks on CD are packed with fascinating information to give you a unique insight into major cornerstones of British history, and the people who made it. This assortment of interviews from Paul McCartney offers you first-hand awareness into the life of a living legend, giving real depth and colour to the cultural explosion in music and its social context in the 1960s and ‘70s.
This extraordinary compilation, also available as an MP3 audiobook, is an absolute must for all Beatles fans and music lovers.
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