Thursday, October 4, 2007

Friday, September 14, 2007

Only Mama Knows

Paul McCartney at the iTunes Festival july 05
a great album Memory Almost Full "Only Mama knows"

Sunday, September 2, 2007

Memory Almost Full

Hey people to listen to snippets of Paul McCartneys latest album or to order
Memory Almost Full see Pauls official webby here
have a great weekend!

Friday, August 3, 2007

eMusic in the wings to provide downloads for a cost!

Today eMusic, who is the second largest online retailer of music behind iTunes, announced along with AT&T that they together will be providing a service to allow people to buy and download songs directly to their cellphones with no computer in between.

eMusic will be offering through the mobile service almost all of the 2.7 million songs available currently from the online service, DRM free as always, which feature only independent labels and not as many mainstream artists as rival services. They do however carry a number of popular artists such as Paul McCartney’s and his latest album.
The songs will be priced a little higher then they are online due to the increased cost of transferring them through the mobile network. Where $9.99 would get you 30 songs online, $7.49 will get you only 5 through the eMusic mobile service. As one consolation however, once downloaded you can also get a second copy of the song as an MP3 through the internet.

Downloading them at home before you go out would be a much better deal but eMusic believes that this service will benefit from a lot of impulse buying that just hasn’t met its opportunity until now.
source

harleyblues take:
well, well now I for one would NOT pay these types of prices to download music, I'd rather buy cds and burn em and make them to my liking. no there is no value here for music fans but than again just my personal opinion if people have the type of monies and like the conveniences well great for instant gratification.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Bad review Pauls New album Memory Almost full well this paper sucks!

Kenyon Wallace, The StarPhoenix
Published: Thursday, July 19, 2007
Paul McCartney
Memory Almost Full
Hear Music

Harleyblues take:
ok, I'm just gonna go for it and be blunt this writer is "Full of shit" they claim
"this is by no means a great album" again they are full of bullcips! wtf?
Memory Almost Full is one of Paul McCartneys best written albums in years! I wish they had a comment section so that I may input my view of their tiresome, awful review, ugh another Macca hater!
ta
HB

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Famed Tenor dies of injury after shooting

Famed tenor Hadley dies of injury after shooting

Jerry Hadley apparently attempted to commit suicide last week
Famed tenor had reputation for taking on challenging works
Sang everything from Mozart to show tunes

POUGHKEEPSIE, New York (AP) -- Jerry Hadley, the world-class tenor known for his agile and lyric voice, died Wednesday, a week after he shot himself in an apparent suicide attempt.

Jerry Hadley sang lead in Paul McCartney's "Liverpool Oratorio," among many other works.

The 55-year-old singer died two days after doctors at St. Francis Hospital in Poughkeepsie took him off life support, said family friend and spokeswoman Celia Novo.
Hadley, who had been battling personal problems, shot himself with an air rifle July 10 at his home in Clinton Corners, 80 miles north of New York City. State police said he was found unconscious on his bedroom floor.

The Illinois-born Hadley sang everything from Mozart to show tunes, including appearing on a recording of "Show Boat" that was a best-seller.
He built his reputation tackling demanding work, including the title role in composer John Harbison's 1999 "The Great Gatsby" at the Metropolitan Opera. Leonard Bernstein chose Hadley to sing the title role in a 1989 production of his musical "Candide," and he sang the lead in Paul McCartney's "Liverpool Oratorio" in 1991. more

harleyblues take:
I can never understand when someone that has it all would want to kill themselves, this is truly tragic!