Classic Pop Presents – McCartney 80th Birthday Special, 2022

Classic Pop Presents – McCartney 80th Birthday Special, 2022
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Overview: In this very special issue of Classic Pop Presents we take a look at a post-Beatles Paul McCartney through the decades, spanning from the 1970s to the 2020s, from his first solo venture to his most recent offering, the self-recorded McCartney III.

Also in this issue we’re looking back at some of Sir Paul’s most prolific collaborations including his work with Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Elvis Costello, Kanye West and many more. There’s also an in-depth feature on the making of the Wings masterpiece Band On The Run as well as McCartney’s experimental work with Youth as The Fireman.

With a wealth of articles including Macca’s first foray into classical music, the Liverpool Oratorio, a life in photos, his most memorable quotes and a candid look at the troubled times directly after The Beatles split, this 132-page special edition is one you don’t want to miss.

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