Dave Deacon: From what I've seen of LM's photography it looks good. Family and famous people. Given her privileged position, this forms an important part of rock history.
I never liked PM. Never met him but the media seemed to favour JL. This was backed up by the music with JL's gritty edgey deep music against PM's ditty stuff. Some excellent tunes mind but they lack depth. So, the media's view is backed imv by the music. I could not imagine PM writing Imagine or a Day in the Life. Mind don't forget George - Something is truly excellent among others. If you can, see the Concert for George. See too the coldness between PM and the brilliant George Brown and the Monty Python sketches. Could never imagine PM getting into bed with Monty Python...
...the media seemed to favour...the media view is backed. JL's gritty edgey deep...Could never imagine PM getting into bed with Monty Python.
Ever heard of the Eleanor Rigby, For No One, Helter Skelter? The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band?
Paul wrote the middle of Day in The Life. Added the 'Turn you on line' and the ending crescendo was his concept.I could go on.
But, as otherwise mentioned, a photo book review. No music being played.
mrosin: Sheesh, what a snotty review. We get it, you don't like Paul McCartney. But how is that relevant to this book? Based on what you wrote in this review, I don't like you much either but I wouldn't make that the centerpiece of a review of your photography. And for your information, McCartney's 1970 debut album was just reissued this year and got good to great reviews across the music industry, from Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, and other music critics. So why make comments about something you clearly know nothing about.
I'm glad you finally educated yourself about Linda's work. It's a shame you had to stoop to such petty remarks about her husband.
Stopped by for a Linda photo review and get an additional hate on Paul story. So hey, two for one?
As usual, well played mrosin. Beating me to the punch again.