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Today, January 18, 1967, in Beatles History, Paul McCartney is so far out! Paul gave an interview on this day for Granada Television late-night show Scene Special, the famous “you know” speech. The interview was conducted by producer Jo Durden-Smith, and was recorded in a ground-floor studio at 3 Upper James Street in central London. The subtitle of the show was “It's So Far Out It's Straight Down”, and was directed by John Sheppard. Paul discussed the London counterculture, appearing in four separate sequences in the 29-minute programme. Also included were the editorial board of International Times, the Indica Bookshop's founder Barry Miles, footage of Pink Floyd performing Interstellar Overdrive at the UFO Club, a 'happening' at Piccadilly Circus, and footage of a poetry gathering at the Royal Albert Hall featuring Allen Ginsberg, Adrian Mitchell and Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Paul, “If you don't know anything about it [the counterculture], you can sort of trust that it's probably gonna be all right... It's human beings doing it, and you know vaguely what human beings do. The straights should welcome the underground because it stands for freedom... It's not strange, it's just new. It's not weird, it's just what's going on around.” Paul McCartney’s Scene Special It's So Far Out It's Straight Down was broadcast in the north of England at 10.25pm on Tuesday 7 March 1967. 🙏 Plz Follow us - @the@eatles__fanpage_ Reposted by: @ thebeatles_fan_official To be Featured ❤❤❤ 🐾🐾🐾 . Tag your love 😘 ⛧ Thank you ! ♥♥♥♥♥♥
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On the set of the "Take It Away" music video, 1982. 🙏 Plz Follow us - @the@eatles_ig_fan_love Reposted by: @ thebeatles_fan_official To be Featured ❤❤❤ 🐾🐾🐾 . Tag your love 😘 ⛧ Thank you ! ♥♥♥♥♥♥
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are named to the Order of the British Empire on Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday honours list. ➿ They went to Buckingham Palace to collect their medals in October that year: “'Well, how long have you been together as a band?' [The Queen asked]...Paul and I said, 'We've been together now for forty years and it don't seem a day too much.' She had this strange, quizzical look on her face, like either she wanted to laugh or she was thinking 'Off with their heads!’.” - Ringo ➿ Photo © Apple Corps Ltd. 🙏 Plz Follow us - @the@eatles_fanslove_ig Reposted by: @ thebeatles_big_fans To be Featured ❤❤❤ 🐾🐾🐾 . Tag your love 😘 ⛧ Thank you ! ♥♥♥♥♥♥
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