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Band On The Run (album)
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4 December 2014
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Its from when the archive remarster came out a few years back and was shown on ITV in the UK. The interviewer is Dermot O'Leary who presents The X-Factor.

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Ahhh Girl said

Oh, my, I didn't know this was coming out when I revived this thread the other day.

http://ultimateclassicrock.com.....ric-video/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?.....DzhrO5K02c

There's a children's show that does the same thing with words creating the actual object:
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And it was bothering my eyes near the end and I noticed little red and blue lines, I'm pretty sure it's 3D... If only I could find an old pair of 3D glasses.

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Something Else looking back at Band On The Run Paul McCartney ’s willingness to fail made Band On The Run an enduring masterpiece

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Ahhh Girl said
This thread was a riot to read through. Before I comment on the album, I just have to make this note about post #9 in this thread:
 

Joe said
When I went to George Martin's talk last week, we were allowed to submit questions to be selected randomly. One of mine was read out: I asked whether there were any Beatles songs he wished had been recorded/produced differently. George's response was simple: "God forbid!"

 
@Joe got to go to a George Martin talk. And he's had a pint with Mark Lewisohn. And he went to the lecture in Studio 2 on his birthday this year. :-) ahdn_george_01
 
That post also finds Joe being very poetic about Strawberry Fields Forever :

Needless to say, I think it's a masterpiece. I couldn't agree that it's garbage because the lyrics don't make sense – the words are an impressionist painting in song; few would argue that Monet would have been better if only he'd been a bit more accurate in his depictions.

 
Now, back on topic.
Listening to "Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five " is like gorging on music. It is the whole Thanksgiving dinner, including dessert. I just have to take quiet rest break after listening to it.
There is this lyric in the song:

Oh my mama said the time would come when I
would find myself in love with you
I didn't think
I never dreamed
That I would be around to see it all come true

Paul, now come on. Your Mother Should Know . You know that. She told you to Let It Be . Things will work out in their own way and their own timing.
I found this that skye saidback in 2010. Funny. Actually, the posts before (starting on page 10) and after that one (ending on page 11) are quite entertaining.

skye saidJet ? I haven't seen her since Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five .

Just a note to say I got into a bit of a muddle over this. I decided to make this the 'official' BotR album thread. After I made it so I realised that I'd stumbled into a crazy thread that was about the merits of the song BotR, whether Strawberry Fields Forever is "garbage" (not my word), and a lot of other side issues.

Weirdly it got back on topic after a couple of pages, so I was able to chip it into shape. However, I had to delete some posts to make it fit (a lot of posts about Paulsbass and MrBig, surprise). The old thread is here (but locked), but there were a lot of messages that had to go. My mistake, sorry. I wanted to mention it because a lot of the things @Ahhh Girl discusses above are no longer in this thread.

Let's keep it to Band On The Run from here on, though.

stay-on-topic

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Had no idea 'Helen Wheels' references 'Band On The Run ' (the song) 

Sailor Sam, he came from Birmingham, but he never will be found

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When I first listened to this album I didn't care for it much; since getting it on vinyl and spinning it a good deal, it's grown on me considerably. But I've always played it more for the sake of playing some agreeable noise on my turntable -- or because Little Girl insisted -- than anything, and I've never gotten a proper hankering to listen to it until now. Wouldn't you know, I had to leave it at home... it seems absence does make the heart grow fonder. ahdn_paul_01 

Also, does anyone know who plays slide guitar on 'No Words'? It's a great track, the most Beatlesque thing I've heard since nineteen hundred and seventy, and the slide guitar sounds exactly like George's work -- but I know it can't be. 

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@Beatlebug I find an exact answer but I assume its Denny Laine playing. 

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Just a similarity between 'Band On The Run ' and...... 'Coming Up '.

After the 'Band On The Run ' refrain......following the Sailor Sam section there's some slide guitar notes that remind me of the riff played almost throughout 'Coming Up '

Never noticed it before now i can't un-notice it.

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