Interview for NME • Monday, November 1, 2010

Paul interviewed by Tom Meighan of Kasabian

Press interview • Interview of Paul McCartney
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Album This interview has been made to promote the Band On The Run - Archive Collection Official album.

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From Whom The Bell Tells, November 12, 2010:

Just the other day, Tom Meighan of Kasabian took time out from fronting one of Britain’s biggest bands to pop by and interview Paul about the forthcoming ‘Band on The Run’ re-release for NME. More used to filling stadiums himself then firing questions, Tom actually did a brilliant job and Paul really enjoyed chatting with him. Even though Tom admitted to us beforehand he was more nervous about it than he had ever been about playing one of Kasabian’s sold-out shows. No one would have guessed though. Check out this week’s NME for the results and Tom declaring Paul to be an amazing geezer!

Stuart Bell

About “Band On The Run” tapes being stolen in Lagos:

There’s, like, about four or five of them and then there’s a little one and he’s got a knife. So we go, ‘Oh, you’re not offering us a lift at all! You’re robbing us.’ So I had all my demo cassettes for the album and they took them all… I had to remember the songs. Luckily I did. I’d written them not too long ago so I’d kind of remembered them.

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