Man on the run [electronic resource] : paul mccartney in the 1970s / Tom Doyle.
- ISBN: 9780804179157 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 0804179158 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2014.
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-- As the 1970s began, the Beatles ended, leaving Paul McCartney to face the new decade with only his wife Linda by his side. Holed up at his farmhouse in Scotland, he sank into a deep depression. To outsiders, McCartney seemed like a man adrift--intimidated by his own fame, paralyzed by the choices that lay before him, cut loose from his musical moorings. But what appeared to be the sad finale of a glorious career was just the start of a remarkable second act. The product of a long series of one-on-one interviews between McCartney and Scottish rock journalist Tom Doyle, -- Man on the Run, For Paul McCartney, the 1970s were a wild ride with some dark turns. Set against the backdrop of a turbulent decade, -- The Wrecking Crew "What happens when you can do anything you like but nothing will ever be good enough? Doyle makes sense of a stoned shaggy dog story that has none of the narrative neatness of the Beatles' rise and fall."--The Guardian ("Doyle) offers a level-headed and admirably nonjudgmental portrait of a turbulent ten years, punctuated by great music, creative misfires and frequent run-ins with the law."--Sunday Express From the Hardcover edition.
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