Memory Almost Full

July 31, 2007

SIR Paul McCartney has really been through a lot in his 65 years. From the formation of the Beatles to the death of his wife Linda and now a bitter divorce from Heather Mills, McCartney has lived many lives! Perhaps that’s what he was thinking of when he came up with the title for his new album, Memory Almost Full. A new album with 13 songs, I can’t help but have mixed feelings about it. It was as if McCartney was feeling unsure of being able to produce another hit. Worse, it was as if he was trying a tad too hard to
be accepted by a new generation of listeners.


Beatles Deal Nets Paul McCartney £200million

April 13, 2007

Sir Paul McCartney will be pleased he dumped Heather Mills when he did – he’s set to make £200 million with the latest Beatles deal.

The star’s fortune could be boosted by that amount after a new deal between Apple Corp, iTunes and EMI means the band’s entire back catalogue will soon be available for download on the internet.

With Sir Paul and John Lennon’s widow Yoko Ono set to take the majority of songwriting credits the revenue will now come rolling in.

A source tells the Daily Mail, “That might just be a few per cent, but on  a billion pounds of sales, that is hundreds of millions for the likes of Paul and Yoko. “The release of the back catalogue though iTunes will be the most extraordinary money-spinner. We are talking perhaps 14 remastered albums and numerous opportunities to release singles.”


Mills to appear on UK's strictly come dancing?

April 10, 2007

HEATHER MILLS has been tipped to appear on UK TV show STRICTLY COME DANCING after wowing audiences in the US with her dance routines on DANCING WITH THE STARS. One of the US show’s judges BRUNO TONIOLI also appears on the UK version and is convinced the estranged wife of SIR PAUL MCCARTNEY would win over the British viewing public the same way she has done in America. He says, “She’s a brilliant dancer and far braver than most of the stars on the show. Nothing fazes her. “I think she’s be great on the UK version and I’ve told my bosses my thoughts on that.”