Sunday, May 16, 2010
Because most of his early music independent of the Beatles is taken up by this sort of whiny complaining that came out as a direct result of the enormously liberating effects of the therapy. Whining about your mother on tape and then selling it, on and on. The purging takes the place of a lot of artistic creativity, leaving Paul McCartney's early independent works, particularly his Ram album, as more valuable for new insights into what's possible musically.
Posted by John Madziarczyk at 11:33 PM