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The Trial of James Paul McCartney

Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 29 April 1978

IMAGINE THAT Paul McCartney didn't bury himself in hermit-like seclusion in Liverpool after the assassination attempt by Jack Ruby that followed the break-up of The Beatles. Imagine instead that he formed a group with his wife, put out a massively successful string of easy listening albums and singles, became the most prominent of the ex-Beatles and climaxed his career with a tribute to his Scottish home-from-home. And imagine NME sent ROY CARR to interview him...

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