‘It used to have the list of song titles stuck on it, on the back of an old Senior Service cigarette packet – Paul wrote it out at Candlestick Park,’ Hammel says, referring to the Beatles’ last ever public concert, at the San Francisco baseball stadium on August 29 1966.
‘We took it off because it was getting wrecked.’ Those, he adds, are the only two ‘historic’ instruments. But there’s plenty more history racked here in two soft-lined flight cases.
Each time I want to sing Hey Jude I have to pay.'He said at the time: 'The report is that I am devastated to find that he didn't leave the songs to me. I had not thought for one minute that the original report [about the will] was true, and therefore the report that I'm devastated is also totally false.
In an interview after Michael's death, Sir Paul admitted his resentment against the singer had faded somewhat: 'I got off that years ago.
“That sounds pretty tiring,” asked Reid, to which Mc Cartney replied: “Yeah.”Reid pressed, “Was it? It was good fun.”Following a clip of Mc Cartney singing, Turnbull pondered whether as a Mc Cartney, it was a prerequisite to play “all sorts of different instruments”.