Blackbird: the life and times of Paul McCartney

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Dutton, Nov 15, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 384 pages
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Examines the distinct public and private spheres of a man who is about to enter his fourth decade as a superstar musician, yet maintains his status as a devoted husband and father to his family

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Blackbird: the life and times of Paul McCartney

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Though McCartney's legions of fans are always interested in his doings, the immense popularity of the three recent Beatles Anthology collections, the release of a chart-topping solo album, and his ... Read full review

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I wanna read this book because I love Jimmy McCulloch and I wanna know more about his death. I noticed that Geoffrey Giuliano mentions his death in this book. I'm so EXCITED to get it and read about it and see the photo of Jimmy's dead body. This will be interesting to me! Jimmy McCulloch's soul will live on forever and so will his music. :D 


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Giuliano is a renowned rock-and-roll biographer and an acknowledged expert on The Beatles.