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Paul and Linda McCartney chose yellow on their wedding day

Paul and Linda McCartney chose yellow on their wedding day

The Beatles - Yesterday - live in Japan, July 1, 1966 / I am pinning every Beatles song that Paul sang the lead in, for two reasons: (1) for a vocal comparison, & (2) because Paul was my favorite / I chose this specific video of this song as a point of comparison, because this is one of the last concert appearances by the Beatles before they stopped touring & Paul was allegedly replaced by a look alike in late 1966. There is no doubt that this is in fact the one and only James Paul…

The Beatles - Yesterday - live in Japan, July 1, 1966 / I am pinning every Beatles song that Paul sang the lead in, for two reasons: (1) for a vocal comparison, & (2) because Paul was my favorite / I chose this specific video of this song as a point of comparison, because this is one of the last concert appearances by the Beatles before they stopped touring & Paul was allegedly replaced by a look alike in late 1966. There is no doubt that this is in fact the one and only James Paul…

In 1979, Paul McCartney was asked to name his favourite song of the year. He chose The Logical Song by Supertramp. For Roger Hodgson, Supertramp's co-leader, it was the greatest of compliments. 'Having been brought up on The Beatles,' he says, 'it was wonderful to hear Paul McCartney loved my song.'

In 1979, Paul McCartney was asked to name his favourite song of the year. He chose The Logical Song by Supertramp. For Roger Hodgson, Supertramp's co-leader, it was the greatest of compliments. 'Having been brought up on The Beatles,' he says, 'it was wonderful to hear Paul McCartney loved my song.'

“Help” by the Beatles (written by Lennon/McCartney) is the song I chose that represents something about mental illness to me. The music is upbeat, but the lyrics are about someone crying out for help. This could relate to a number of disorders, but it reminds me that the people we will see in different treatment setting really do want help. Even if sometimes they don’t show it, and they act upbeat or act out in different ways, they can still be crying out for help.  Help me if you can, I'm…

“Help” by the Beatles (written by Lennon/McCartney) is the song I chose that represents something about mental illness to me. The music is upbeat, but the lyrics are about someone crying out for help. This could relate to a number of disorders, but it reminds me that the people we will see in different treatment setting really do want help. Even if sometimes they don’t show it, and they act upbeat or act out in different ways, they can still be crying out for help. Help me if you can, I'm…

Stella McCartney + Gap Kids Bandleader Jacket NWT Yes, it's "THAT" jacket - the one that Carla Bruni Sarkozy chose to wear as she sang a Beatles song on TV with Harry Connick, Jr. The jacket that everyone wanted and no one could find -- in the size that Carla wore, kids XXL 14-16!  This jacked is NWT, mint condition, ready for your moment of fame! Comes from a non-smoking home. Gap Kids Jackets & Coats Blazers

Stella McCartney + Gap Kids Bandleader Jacket NWT Yes, it's "THAT" jacket - the one that Carla Bruni Sarkozy chose to wear as she sang a Beatles song on TV with Harry Connick, Jr. The jacket that everyone wanted and no one could find -- in the size that Carla wore, kids XXL 14-16! This jacked is NWT, mint condition, ready for your moment of fame! Comes from a non-smoking home. Gap Kids Jackets & Coats Blazers

Picture taken by Linda McCartney as the Beatles were preparing for their "historic" shot on August 8th, 1969.     The Beatles crossed Abbey Road several times for photographer Iain MacMillan and in 4 of the 6 photographs McCartney walked barefoot; for the other two he wore sandals. Paul chose the 5th photo for the album cover.     Link for article and the six photos:  http://www.beatlesbible.com/1969/08/08/the-abbey-road-cover-photography-session/

Picture taken by Linda McCartney as the Beatles were preparing for their "historic" shot on August 8th, 1969. The Beatles crossed Abbey Road several times for photographer Iain MacMillan and in 4 of the 6 photographs McCartney walked barefoot; for the other two he wore sandals. Paul chose the 5th photo for the album cover. Link for article and the six photos: http://www.beatlesbible.com/1969/08/08/the-abbey-road-cover-photography-session/

The Beatles in London in an area they chose because it felt like Liverpool to them.

The Beatles in London in an area they chose because it felt like Liverpool to them.

Initial ideas for the cover of the Beatles’ final album included a photo shoot at Mount Everest but in the end they chose to take six photographs at the zebra crossing right outside EMI Studios in leafy north London. The iconic cover of Abbey Road, featuring a barefoot McCartney, has spawned a million imitations and a few conspiracy theories concerning the death of Paul. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/london/activities/hiking-trekking/the-beatles-london-walk

Initial ideas for the cover of the Beatles’ final album included a photo shoot at Mount Everest but in the end they chose to take six photographs at the zebra crossing right outside EMI Studios in leafy north London. The iconic cover of Abbey Road, featuring a barefoot McCartney, has spawned a million imitations and a few conspiracy theories concerning the death of Paul. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/england/london/activities/hiking-trekking/the-beatles-london-walk

Beatles "girls only" survey from the sixties. The rationales listed behind why each surveyed girl chose who she picked are pretty hilarious.

Beatles "girls only" survey from the sixties. The rationales listed behind why each surveyed girl chose who she picked are pretty hilarious.

♬  LOOKING BACK:  This is one of the photos that convinced George Harrison, Paul McCartney, and John Lennon how awful the clothes they chose to perform in (leather jackets & cowboy boots) looked.

♬ LOOKING BACK: This is one of the photos that convinced George Harrison, Paul McCartney, and John Lennon how awful the clothes they chose to perform in (leather jackets & cowboy boots) looked.