Post by My Avatar Is A Hot Babe on Jan 7, 2020 19:14:28 GMT
johnny moondog 909 said:
However it's my theory,, based on a lot of reading, that Flaming Pie is largely a direct result of the aftermath of the Beatles reunion. That McCartney was in favor of continuing the reunion with more new songs, written by he & George Harrison. It's obvious listening to most of the Flaming Pie songs, that McCartney had Beatle thoughts on his mind imo.
I believe he probably asked George to participate as well as Ringo, George Martin & Jeff Lynne, & Harrison simply declined, either because cancer had been discovered, or because he just didn't care too. Linda also became gravely ill in this period, ( that vibe can be heard too imo ) the melancholy. I Believe according ( to witnesses ) after George was attacked & stabbed, while recovering, he supposedly expressed regret & stated he needed to get together with Paul & play ( or record ) & mend any fences between them. This would be circa 98-99..& personally I intuit ( believe ) they did...& that this is ( probably ) one of the things Dhani Harrison was referring to ( at Coachella ) 8 or 10 years ago, when he told a member here, the contents of the Harrison archives were incredible & beyond belief. Not to mention 60s Beatle & solo demos, another 2 dozen later period Brainwashed songs, cover songs, jams with celebrity friends ( Clapton, Jim Capaldi, Ringo , McCartney, Jon Lord, etc etc ).
It's quite likely some informal jams & recordings between George & Paul took place at Friar Park, in George's final few years after the reunion. Is it proven no. But Harrison generally did that with most of his good mates for decades. I believe it is proven, that Harrison while recovering from the attack, did say he intended to get together with Paul & play-record. Is it proven it then transpired ? No, but likely ? I think so yes....is it part of what Dhani Harrison meant, when he commented to a member here, about the treasure trove in Harrison's archives. I think probably so, I infer that. Is it proven no. Likely ? Certainly! Both McCartney & Harrison have known extensive archives, Lennon not so much. Lennon often recorded over beatles & solo stuff ! & was posthumously robbed by Fred Seaman & others of much of his stuff, tapes journals etc. Some were recovered not all. But it's always been Paul & George with the big archives.
If they discovered that this happened, that there was a reunion with 800 songs recorded, this fucker would still not be satisfied. He’d want to “fly in” a Ringo or John.
He must be the only person still cares about The Who’s new album. It “fell off the charts” this week and Johnny knows why.
“Actually Target shipped 10K in previously uncounted, back orders for WHO the past week. That order alone was enough to place them back up the charts. Not to mention all the other orders.
“However, Yikes ! Billboard & Rolling Stone just ignored WHO & all the sales...not placing it as would be appropriate. The only people that knew WHO wouldn't chart are the people that prevented it, through sleight of hand. Or worse.”