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Answer Back - The Twenty Fifth Of May* - Lenin & McCarthy (CD, Album)

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  1. That is a hard question to answer without LOTS of research. Truth is, Lennon and McCartney are responsible for teaming up on most of the songs that the Beatles recorded. There has to be hundreds.
  2. The Twenty-Fifth of May, could of been a minor hit if they were around a few years earlier. This, their only LP, came out with a bit of manufactured buzz from the music press. A cross between The Clash and Public Enemy was how they tricked me into buying it. The album's production screams /90 England.3/5(3).
  3. It's common knowledge that Paul composed some songs alone and John composed some alone. To find out how much was written by who - and even who wrote what - early in 'Hit Parader' magazine sat John Lennon down and went over the whole list of Lennon-McCartney material. The Beatles were the greatest group in history. Visit our site all about the Beatles.
  4. This CD Disk contains some Beatles songs recorded by other artists, as well as songs Lennon/McCartney wrote for other bands (Badfinger, Chad&Jeremy to name two), but which the Beatles never put on a regular Album Record (John Lennon recorded 3 later, McCartney 1)4/5(1).
  5. Aug 15,  · Live at Santa Ana Casino's Lounge 54 (8/9/)! Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others -- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - Duration: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Recommended.
  6. The official album songbook to accompany 'McCartney', released in , a month before The Beatles' Let It Be, McCartney was Paul's first solo album and would go on to top the US charts for three weeks. Notable for the fact that McCartney performed all instruments and vocals himself, aside from some backing vocals performed by Linda, it's an album rich in improvisation and experimentation.
  7. Jul 05,  · Paul McCartney Talks Nixed ‘McCartney/Lennon’ Songwriting Credit “The original artwork had ‘Yesterday’ by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and a photo of John above it. And I went, ‘Argh.

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