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Tom Doyle: Man On The Run: Paul McCartney In The 1970s

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Macca’s brave, bonkers post-Fabs odyssey.

In 1971, Paul McCartney’s three fellow ex-lovable Moptops paid him a visit, Reggie Kray-style. Jumping out of his Rolls, a livid Lennon chucked two bricks through his old mate’s windows. This was par for the course in a decade when McCartney was blamed at its start for splitting The Beatles, and at its end for responding clumsily to Lennon’s murder.

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