The first music fans can hear from the new McCartney III album is a :33 second clip of the song “Find my Way” posted here. Clips from additional songs are posted below for your listening pleasure. Enjoy them all on the Brunch!
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of George Harrison's classic solo album, All Things Must Pass, the George Harrison Estate is pleased to announce a new 2020 stereo mix of the LP’s title song as a prelude of what's to come and what's just come out: All Things Must Pass - the remix.
Paul says the third album in a trilogy of classics, McCartney III has been pushed back a week to December 18th (previously December 11 2020). McCartney III will be Paul's eighteenth solo studio album, following on from 2018's Egypt Station, and has been uniquely "MADE IN ROCKDOWN". According to Paul McCartney's latest email, McCartney III is a stripped back, self-produced, solo work marking the opening of a new decade, in the tradition of Paul’s 1970 debut solo album McCartney, and 1980’s second one-Paul-band effort McCartney II.
Jem Records Celebrates John Lennon is a brand new CD with new recordings that Lennon and Beatle fans will savor as if they’re opening a new Beatles’ Anthology disc. The 13 songs range from pop Beatle melodies like “You Can’t Do That” to the emotional Lennon wail heard on “Cold Turkey” all the way to the quirky, rarely, if EVER covered “What’s the New Mary Jane”.
When the photographer Robert Freeman, died in November last year, at the age of 82, he left behind a substantial, albeit disorderly, archive. But within weeks, his life’s work had gone missing – stolen from the sheltered accommodation in south-west London where he spent his final years.
Perhaps the most hated man in the world, who gunned down John Lennon outside of his Dakota apartment in front of his wife Yoko Ono in 1980, was denied parole for an 11th time, New York state corrections officers announced on Wednesday.
One week after The Beatles made their record-breaking debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show” in New York City, the band made their second U.S. TV performance on the program on Feb 16, this time in Miami Beach at the Deauville Hotel, watched by an estimated 70 million people.