Paul Weller records The Beatles’ “Birthday” for Sir Paul McCartney’s 70th birthday
What do you give as a birthday present to "The Most Successful
Composer and Recording Artist of All Time" and greatest living
songwriter of the 20th Century? You give respect in the form
of a brilliant reworking of one of their own compositions.
June 18th sees the 70th birthday of the one and only Sir Paul
McCartney and as a huge mark of respect Paul Weller and his band
have recorded a cover of the Beatles classic song "Birthday"(of
course). This passionate cover will be made available for ONE
DAY ONLY - Monday, June 18th (Macca's birthday) and it will be
available exclusively at Amazon.com for only 70 cents…as in 70
Weller says: "I wanted to do something for Paul's 70th, the
man's been, and still is, an immense and enduring inspiration for
me. It was him and his three friends that made me want to pick up a
guitar in the first place. I saw him play live recently and he
inspired me just as much as ever, he was brilliant. I just hope he
likes our little version, a token of my and the band's love for him
and his music. Rock on Macca."
Paul Weller and his band recorded "Birthday" (originally from
the Beatles' White Album) in one day down at Paul's
Black Barn studios. Yep Roc
Records will release the track North
America. All Paul's proceeds from the sale of the single will
go to the War
Child charity composed of independent
humanitarian organizations which work together to help children and
young people affected by armed conflict.
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