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Sean Ono Lennon interviews Julian Lennon, Paul McCartney and Elton John in John Lennon At 80 on BBC Radio 2

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Cool. Almost every Beatles fan has "their" Beatle. John is mine. Always was and always will be. Followed by George. Even though Macca and Ringo are the only Beatles I ever saw live.

*Same old story footnote: My sister who did not like the Beatles (then) got to see them in '65/'66 in Chicago with our cousin. I was angry with her for years for not letting me go. I think maybe it was about five years ago I finally forgave her. And then shortly there after that she voted for......nevermind.

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We must always remember that Ringo was more popular than The Beatles when he joined The Beatles. In other words he was taking a "step down" to join them.

Kinda worked out ok, huh?

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I saw Ringo's ALL STARS with Jack Bruce (hella yes!) & Eric Carmen (meh) & Simon Kirk on drums (oh yeahhhhhh) & Dave Edmonds on guitar.

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But did he interview the original Paul or the replacement Faul??? 🤔

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16 hours ago, craigb said:

But did he interview the original Paul or the replacement Faul??? 🤔

Doesn't matter, they are both past their prime IMO.

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On 9/26/2020 at 4:23 PM, Bapu said:

Doesn't matter, they are both past their prime IMO.

I think Paul is just angry that having got rid of the previous gold digger, he's now realised that the current Mrs M spends twice as much on shoes.

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