I'm sweating in anticipation of the Pseu Braun / Gaylord Fields Wack McCartney solo Beatles special
tonight (January 25th 2008). To celebrate their 3-hour "quizzical journey through highly questionable solo Beatles filler tracks", I'm using today's post to offer you some music (& stuff): here's 3 lovestruck ladies singing their odes to John, Paul, and Ringo; and one piece of luscious noise with George's name on it.
Rainbo "John, You Went Too Far This Time" mp3 4.9 megs (1969) "Rainbo" is Sissy Spacek, and this is her first recording - an expression of her shock over the "Two Virgins" cover.
Marianne Rosenberg "Mr. Paul McCartney" mp3, 5 megs (1970) Marianne won a talent contest in her native Germany at age 14 with this, her first song. Some exceedingly charming, yet brief, youtube here.
Bonnie Jo Mason "Ringo, I Love You" (youtube link, audio only) (1964) That's 16-yr old Cher's first solo recording, made under the direction of her boyfriend Sonny's boss Phil.
Paul on John's death: "Drag, innit? Cheers!"
John on Paul: "We got tired of being Paul's sidemen"
George attempts to sell Paul's underpants: "Only $60,000!"
Paul makes up for Paul on John's death on George's death
And as always, Ringo's nose stays clean. We're not mentioning "Caveman".
(Thanks Joe McGasko for invaluable assistance!)