The Exclusive Audio Biography of the Paul-Is-Dead Myth of 1969, and Beyond... Featuring, for the first time, the lost 1969 television special "Paul McCartney: Told For The First And Last Time"
|Country of origin||USA|
|1||Introduction by Steve Brown||0:16|
|2||Paul McCartney discusses the "Paul-Is-Dead" rumor at a 1989 Chicago Press Conference||2:25|
|3||John's "Jesus" comment burns and bans records in the South, 1966||1:50|
|4||John Lennon, at the start of their last concert tour, explains at a Press Conference in Chicago, 1966||0:58|
|5||David Crosby boasts of Paul's "LSD" statement given to Life Magazine, at the Monterey Pop Festival, during The Summer Of Love, 1967. Paul McCartney's "LSD" interview, 1967||1:55|
|6||"Paul McCartney: The Complete Story Told For The First and Last Time" Television Special. Originally airing Thanksgiving Weekend, 1969, as host F. Bailey starts the proceedings by cross-examining American Disc Jockey, Russ Gibb, from Radio Station WKNR-FM, in Detroit, Michigan||2:34|
|7||"Paul-Is-Dead" TV Special continues with F. Lee Bailey, and withness, Russ Gibb, examining hidden clues from "Revolution #9" ("... Turn Me On Deadman"?).||2:14|
|8||"I Buried Paul" clue is examined closer||2:17|
|9||TV Special looks at "White Album" mumble ("... Paul is a Deadman, Miss Him"?)||6:25|
|10||"Paul Is Live" album from 19993, with computer-generated look-alike cover, and clues.||4:10|
|11||George Martin discusses Sgt. Pepper album cover, and it's designer, Peter Blake||0:44|
|12||Peter Blake about clues on cover||1:35|
|13||Peter Blake more on 'Pepper' clues||0:45|
|14||F. Lee Bailey, and college student Fred LaBour examine further clues||1:01|
|15||Apple Employee defending coincidences||2:19|
|16||Beatle-insider, Peter Asher||3:30|
|17||Was the hoax a harmless prank? ... or done for money? ... with Peter Asher. Allen Klein also takes the stand.||6:00|
|18||Paul McCartney impersonators from Apple||3:32|
|19||Life Magazine story with further Klein testimony||4:17|
|20||"Paul McCartney: The Complete Story Told For The First and Last Time" ends with F. Lee Bailey's closing statement||1:28|
12pg booklet contains 71 "Paul Is Dead" clues ...
First issue had black/white cover only.
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