No, the Fireman projects don’t represent Paul McCartney’s first forays into experimental pop since the Beatles busted up. The difference between this — by far the most successful of a now three-part series — and, say, 1980’s “McCartney II” is that Paul has someone to bounce ideas off of. There is another voice in the room, much like John Lennon,Read More
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