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One Song Three Versions, Three Eras

Love the last when he’s much older. Never thought of his resemblance with Julian Lennon.

The first version is with Denny Laine still in Moody Blues. 124 more words

Rock Classics

On May 6, 1977.

On May 6, 1977, “EMI” label released “Holly Days”, the second Denny Laine album. It was recorded in August 1976, at “Rude Studio”, and was produced by Paul McCartney. 121 more words


Sir James Paul McCartney, the legendary English song-writer and composer was famously known for being one of the Beatles. He was married to an American musician and photographer Linda Eastman with whom he formed a new band in 1971 along with Denny Laine. 38 more words

Fact Food

Love, Love Me Do, for Beatlecuse and Orange

Paul Davie plans long and works hard to put on the annual BeatleCuse show in Syracuse’s Landmark Theatre.

The promoter and musician picked Saturday night as the date for the third edition of his merge between a large and talented collection of the city and its surrounding area’s best musicians and a couple of special international guests on … Well, probably shortly after last year’s show. 1,136 more words


On March 25, 1976.

On March 25, 1976, “MPL Communications” label released “Wings at the Speed of Sound”, the fifth Wings studio album.It was recorded 5 January–4 February 1976, at ”Abbey Road Studios” in London, and was produced by Paul McCartney… 113 more words

PLAY IT AGAIN: 'Red Rose Speedway'

Our latest installment in an exclusive series of articles on solo Beatles albums of the past features Beatlefan Contributing Editor Rip Rense looking back at “Red Rose Speedway,” the second album Paul McCartney did with Wings. 2,447 more words

1084 Go Now! - The Moody Blues (1964)

This song was written by Larry Banks and Milton Bennett in 1962. It was first recorded by Bessie Banks in 1964. The Moody Blues covered the song the same year. 162 more words