Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now is a biography of Paul McCartney by Barry Miles. It is the "official" biography of McCartney and was written "based on hundreds of hours of exclusive interviews undertaken over a period of five years", according to the back cover of the paperback edition. The title is a phrase. Paul McCartney: Many Years From Now [Barry Miles] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. During the past year Paul McCartney has been in the public's eye more than at any time since the peak of Beatlemania over thirty years ago. His fans have been treated to the best-selling Flaming Pie and Standing. Many Years from Now has ratings and reviews. Chris said: Paul truly was the creative genius behind the Beatles. Yes, all four members were cruc.
Based on hundreds of hours of exclusive interviews undertaken over a period of five years by Barry Miles, and on complete access to McCartney's own archives, this is Paul McCartney in his own words. It is a history from the inside of one of the greatest song-writing partnerships of the century. It is the private life of a man . 13 Aug Officially this is an "authorized biography," by longtime Beatle hagiographer Barry Miles. But that's just a front, because the book really exists as a vehicle for McCartney to tel. Barry Miles. PAUL MCCARTNEY. MANY YEARS FROM NOW. PAUL MCCARTNEY. MANY YEARS FROM NOW. Contents. Acknowledgements · 1. Being Born in Liverpool Brings with It Certain Responsibilities · 2. St Pauli and the Cavern · 3. Up the Smoke · 4. Beatles for Sale · 5. Lennon & McCartney · 6. Avant-Garde.
Trade expanded so rapidly that by the next year several other shipping lines sailed between Liverpool and New York, offering a departure every week. Southern planters sent their cotton crops to New York, where it was transhipped to Liverpool for the northern textile mills. In , the world's first railway station opened in. 28 Oct The Paperback of the Paul McCartney: Many Years from Now by Barry Miles at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $25 or more!. Andrew Wylie, my agent, suggested Paul McCartney as the subject of my next book, 'but it has to be authorised,' he said. I wasn't sure I could even reach Paul. I hadn't seen him for at least ten years; when Linda came on the scene she made sure that all his old pals that knew and liked Jane were excluded, so I didn't know .