Skip to comments.McCartney: "I Have Tried Heroin" (Doubtless Explains the Writing of "Silly Love Songs")
Posted on 06/02/2004 10:51:49 PM PDT by KentTrappedInLiberalSeattle
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Silly Love Songs? Cute and harmless little ditty. You want bad? The B side to SLS was "Cook of the House". That was as bad as most anything from Yoko's ouevre.
McCartney II? Really? I can understand Wings Over America, because '76 Wings was a really cooking live band, but McCartney II? Some of it is OK (Waterfalls, One of these Days), but there's too much "Bogey Music" and "Check My Machine" electronic stuff for my taste.
Oh, and if memory serves the Jerry McGuire soundtrack featured three tunes from McCartney. Cameron Crowe knows how to pick his background music...
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