Paul McCartney recently helped the Welsh group Super Furry Animals in the production of the 20-minute "sound collage" for the London Tate Gallery exhibit of the works of Peter Blake, the author of the famous Sergeant Pepper album cover for the Beatles. It wasn't so long ago that the Welsh musicians let Sir Paul McCartney know that they wanted to do something similar, and asked him to get in touch with them in case he is interested.
The audio-clip includes recordings made during the studio sessions of the single Eleanor Rigby (including the Beatles' discussion with the studio management) mixed with recordings made by McCartney especially for the Super Furry Animals. "Paul walked around the streets with a DAT- sound recorder and taped conversations with regular people in Liverpool," the members of the band explained. "Then he gave the recordings to us. They're so good that we won't do anything with them, just combine them with our own stuff."
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1 января 1993