Paul McCartney chose a “wacky” B-side as his favorite Beatles song because the experience of recording it was so much fun.
He also reviewed the name of the recent Foo Fighters song “Shame, Shame”, while talking about how the Fab Four may have “limited the field” of popular music.
In a new interview with Apple Music, McCartney told Zane Lowe that “You know my name (look up the number)” brought back positive memories. The track was released in 1970 as the flip side of “Let It Be”.
When asked which Beatles song he has listened to the most, McCartney replied, “I’d say ‘Let It Be’ probably … It’s the most ubiquitous. It got everywhere. Ubiquitous from Latin, Ubi quo, which means everywhere. parts “. However, the other side of the hit single was named as his best choice.
“I always say, ‘You know my name (look up the number),’ which is a crazy, wacky B-side that no one knows, but we had a lot of fun doing it,” he said. “It’s like a little comedy recording. And I just remember the joy of doing it. … But there are so many songs that I love about the Beatles. I think ‘Strawberry Fields’ is a great song; I think ‘Hey Jude’ worked really well. I have many favorite songs. ‘Blackbird’ I love it. ‘Eleanor Rigby’ I love it. “
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