Paul McCartney: Unplugged (The Official Bootleg)
Tom Graves, Rock and Roll Disc, July 1991
I HAVE A MENTAL image of Paul McCartney that I carry in my heart like a mother's locket. It's one of those moody black and white photos from the back cover of Rubber Soul - the one where an unsmiling Paul is looking down, a cigarette angling from his lips. That one image personifies Paul, the artist, for me - the guy who wrote some of rock and roll's most introspective and disquieting ballads.
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