Oasis Complete "Fab" Line-Up
(London, England) -- . Having Zak Starkey to drum for their latest album, Don't Believe The Truth, apparently wasn't enough for Beatles-mad Gallagher brothers Noel and Liam who today revealed what they called their "ultimate Oasis line-up" featuring Dhanni Harrison on guitar, Sean Lennon on keyboards and James McCartney on bass.
Julian Lennon was unavailable for comment.
"Only Two Beatles Still Alive, Think About It," Says Area Man
(Columbus, Ohio) -- Abraham "Abe" Wyver, 52, expressed a certain wistfulness about the inexorable march of time as told by the fact that Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney alone remain from "like, the best rock and roll group that's even been."
"I was just thinkin'," said the northside welder, "about how freaky it actually is that there's two Beatles that have already passed on."
Wyver claims to remember where he was when he heard the band broke up in 1970 ("Jeremy Schiffel told me in the cafeteria at Mount Vernon Senior High School.") and can mark significant events in his life correspondant with those in the band's career ("My eldest grandson was born the day the Yellow Submarine Songtrack album came out.").
"Only two Beatles still alive," he said with a mixture of resignation and bewilderment, "Think about it."
Lennon & McCartney Wrote Songs Together As Late As 1980
Shocking New Macca Claim
Rye, England -- During interviews promoting his latest album, Chaos and Creation..., Sir Paul McCartney has fantastically revealed that he and John Lennon had renewed their songwriting partnership during the last two "or so" years of the slain Beatles life.
"Owing to the fact that we'd become best friends again, John and I spent a lot of time together in the late '70s," he said. "And naturally we would just fall in to songwriting."
McCartney has further stated that the songs, which he is "pretty sure [are] in a desk or dressing table drawer in his New York apartment" are "probably as good or better" than most Beatles songs.