18 September 2016
Paul makes a guest appearance on the Foo Fighter's newish album Concrete and Gold on the track Sunday Rain , it's pretty Beatle-y, the drumming is fine but just that... and surely that's ok?
But on the McCartney album it is the, I want to do it all myself because everyone else is pissing me off feel. I like the handmade, loose and quirky feel, like a Didley Bow. No matter it is not technically perfect.
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27 March 2018
There is a bit of a debate on the songs page on Dear Prudence because of those fills at the end of the song, which were above and beyond anything Paul ever really did. Legend says it was him, but it really sounds like Ringo. I think it's impressive that Paul is talented enough to be a competent drummer, but that's about the extent of his skill. I was surprised to learn that Paul did all of the drumming on Band On The Run because I've always really liked the drumming on that album.
Ringo never played that kind of fills, it's Paul drumming. Have you heard him on My Dark Hour, by Steve Miller Band?
17 December 2017
When I listen to the White Album tracks without Ringo's drums I feel so empty.
I didn't realize how much I loved it until I had to go without it. Now I carefully listen to his drumming and it's an even better experience than just listening as I normally would.
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