Recording Studios Sydney: Paul McCartney Part III

Recording Studios Sydney: This era would have a lasting impact on rock ‘n’ roll.
During a decade full of political and social strife, the Beatles expressed the broader hopes of their contemporaries for peace, love and rock ‘n’ roll with a little rebellion sprinkled in, in the form of British “cheek.” McCartney would write more hits for the band than any other member. Songs like “Yesterday,” “Hey Jude,” “Let It Be,” and “Hello, Goodbye” would provide the soundtrack for a generation, with “Yesterday” still the most covered Beatles song of all time.

From 1962 to 1970, The Beatlles released 12 studio albums. They toured constantly until 1966, playing their final show at Candlestick Park in San Francisco on August 29th. They couldn’t hear themselves over the roar of hysterical fans, and their music had become more complex, making it harder and harder to reproduce the sound without benefit of the studio.

Recording Studios Sydney: Solo Career

The Beatles disbanded in 1970, breaking fans’ hearts worldwide. However, McCartney had no intention of dropping out of the public eye. He was the first of the Beatles to release a solo album (McCartney, 1970), and though critics’ reactions were mixed, the album was a hit with the public. Encouraged, McCartney went on to form Wings, a band that would remain popular throughout the ’70s, winning two Grammy Awards and churning out multiple hit singles.
In 1969, McCartney had married Linda Eastman, an American photographer who would serve as her husband’s muse for the next 30 years. The family had four children: Heather (Eastman’s daughter from a previous marriage), Mary, Stella and James. They all moved into McCartney’s farm in Scotland, with McCartney often doing some of the renovation work himself. One day they were rubbing elbows with superstars and politicians, the next they were back on their rustic farm.
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