During an interview, George Harrison revealed that he liked some aspects of Paul McCartney’s songs but not others. George said one of the songs Paul wrote in the late 1970s was “sensational”. George also spoke about how his relationship with Paul was after the breakup of the Beatles.
How did George Harrison feel about working with Paul McCartney?
During a 1979 interview Rolling stone Mick Brown, Brown asked George if he was less musically compatible with Paul than any other Beatle. “Yeah, we don’t have a problem as far as people are concerned, and it’s great to see him,” George said. “But I don’t know about being in a band with him, how that would work out.”
George reveals why he thought working with Paul was a challenge. “It’s like, we all have our own tunes,” George said. “And my problem was that it would always be very difficult to get into the act, because Paul was very pushy in that regard. When he leaned in to play one of your tunes, he always did well.” George said that they would have to play instruments on 59 of Paul’s songs before they could hear one of Paul’s songs.
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Brown asked George what he thought of Paul’s current music. “I think it’s ineffective,” George said. “I’ve always loved Paul’s good tunes for his screaming rock ‘n’ roll tunes.”
George reveals he liked a song from Paul McCartney and the Wings album london town, but he didn’t like much of the music Paul released around that time. “The tune I thought was sensational london town The album was ‘I’m Carrying,’ but all the noisy stuff that I’m not doing at all,” George said. “But then it’s not just Paul’s music that goes across the board. I’m not a fan of that kind of grumpy, heavy, sharp stuff. I love a good tune.”
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The way the world reacted to the song that served as the A-side to ‘London Town’
Paul McCartney and Wings released “I’m Caring” as the B-side to their single “London Town”. “I’m Caring” was not a hit; However, “London Town” became a minor hit. It reached number 39 on billboard hot 100 and stayed on the charts for eight weeks. official chart company Reported “London Town” peaked at number 60 in the United Kingdom and remained on the chart for four weeks.
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album london town became much more successful. It reached number 2 on billboard 200 and remained on the chart for 28 weeks. According to The Official Charts Company, it peaked at number 4 in the UK and lasted 23 weeks on the chart. Paul was not George in all the music released around this time; However, the public responded well london town.