Monthly Archives: April 2012

How Terribly Strange To Be Seventy

You don’t realise that you’re knocking on a bit until some delectable young woman on the Tube stands up and offers you her place. “What, me?” your smile tries to joke, as you pull yourself immediately more athletically upright. “No … Continue reading

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Why The Pop Girls Top The Rich List

You only had to see the audience, predominantly female, swaying and singing together in their massed legions at Adele’s televised Royal Albert Hall concert last week, to know where the big money is in young British pop music these days. … Continue reading

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Sons Of The Beatles – Don’t Do It, Boys

There are many advantages in having a supremely talented and successful parent. Money is rarely a problem, and family access to those who might be helpful in a career cuts a lot of corners. But, when Paul McCartney’s only son, … Continue reading

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That Sgt Pepper Cover, 2012

When the Beatles’ album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album was released in 1967 at the very height of their fame, it was a wonder of its age – and not only for its songs. Almost as important was … Continue reading

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