“Anything is possible, but I would like to know one day the truth but the truth of all this mich mach. One thing is certain. Real Paul is not the actual Faul. What happened has been well concealed. Will it be revealed one day? Are consciences going to speak. Sofar two of the four have taken their ‘secret’ to the grave, will Faul reveal it after his death in the form of a letter to his fans whom he has duped for 50 years?”
That is a real comment that I debated releasing from moderation. Good lord! After all we have done here, for this person to stumble in, read nothing, and imagine there is some great mystery about Paul McCartney and the Beatles … please!
The Beatles were a group assembled by Intelligence, and the four members were and are complete phonies. McCartney we know to be a set of twins, and all the mystery around “Faul” is mere misdirection. We suspect John to be a set of twins as well, though more work is needed. I have developed such a dislike for him, for all of them, that I am hard-pressed to do that work.
The Beatles’ music was most likely committee work. Since there were two “Paul’s” and maybe two John’s as well, who is to say who wrote what? We do know this – when they stopped performing in public, the music got better. I would guess they brought in professional musicians for instrumentation, and voice coaches to add to the highly sophisticated electronic augmentation that created those sounds. If you can identify the voices, that is because that is all the Beatles were – voices fronting for a huge operation producing the music of a generation.
Few people remember this, but “Faul” Mccartney was so full of himself in the late nineties that he wrote (were were told) a classical symphony called “Standing Stone.” Somewhere under buried copies of Andy Warhol movies in City libraries … you’ll find it, dust-covered, dog-eared, unplayed. Performed once in public, it fluttered in midair, found it had no wings, fell to earth and died.
There is nothing special about the Beatles that can be attributed to the “four” men who comprised the group. Our commenter above wonders if secrets will be divulged on deathbeds. That is not likely, as the secrets are not flattering to any of them, and they are not in charge of their own lives anyway.
Next time you see McCartney perform, pay attention to detail. Is it really his voice? His instruments? His piano playing is mediocre at best, a ham-fisted chord banger. It is all he ever learned.
So please, readers and commenters alike, when you think of the Beatles, think of a massive operation fronted by (at least) six performers, none of whom would have made it in their own without the musical talent behind them.
Just think “meh.”