Is paul mccartney dating anyone
But I still think it's a weird way to describe a straight guy. I know someone who cater waitered his parties in between the Heather Mills and Nancy Whatshername marriages.
She said he is very generous (pays the waitstaff more than their asking price), but he is a very guarded person, a bit of a perfectionist, a little tense.
Except for John's "lost weekend" with May Pang, neither man touched a woman besides his wife after he marriage her.
(John's first marriage is excluded because he claimed he never loved Cynthia and that she "trapped him" into marriage.)George, on the other hand, had no problem cheating on both of his wives.
She says he is not one of those phony-friendly "I'm just like you" types. She says they all stand about tensely before the party when he comes in, checks all the food - the placement, the taste, etc -- asks for changes about where things should go and sometimes doesn't want something served if he tastes it and doesn't like it for some reason.
All his food is vegetarian but he serves a LOT of caviar.
I doubt that Morrison would get anywhere as a singer, if he hadn't met Ray and the other guys. Well, at least you know, if you read my blah blah before.[quote]The Stones are selling out everywhere on their current tour, while Mc Cartney released an album that nobody bought last year and had a not so successful tour.It's funny how George was nicknamed "The Quiet One" by the press.He was the biggest partier among the Beatles and had a huge circle of friends.Jim was an expressive man, who knew how to make his voice colorful and expressive, although in the beginning, he wasn't like that at all.I read that Ray was the one who was singing more in their first appearances in public.
Agree w/r38, Lennon was the Beatle with the middle class background or close to it. Listening to Paul Mc Cartney in interviews today he sounds like he really had a well thought out, long-term plan of what he wanted to do with the Beatles. A good case hasn't been made that John was conflicted gay/bi, at least not in the real world, maybe in some people's fantasies though. His Aunt Mimi owned the house they lived in which was not common at the time.