BBC to air Paul’s Liverpool Sound concert.

It looks like the BBC are getting in on the fun with Liverpool as the European Capital of Culture this year.  They will be broadcasting Paul McCartney’s return to Liverpool.  It looks as if the concert will be broadcast as well as a slew of behind the scenes interviews, and all-access goodies.

  • Paul’s Liverpool Sound concert will air on the BBC on a six-day delay at 7-8 p.m. June 7.
    Check here on the BBC website for full details.

(Note: As the BBC usually archives their programs online, it’s likely this will be on this page after the initial broadcast.)

Here’s what we’ve read.

Radio 2 Live: McCartney Live At Liverpool Sound
Saturday 7 June 1900-2000
Hear McCartney’s performance from the 1 June concert and hear live tracks from Kaiser Chiefs and the concert’s other supporting artists

From The Beatles’ early gigs at the Cavern Club, through to contemporary bands like The Zutons, The Wombats and Hot Club De Paris, the sound of Liverpool has continued to evolve.

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Judge dismisses lawsuit over John Lennon footage.

There are a lot of Holy Grails in bootleg footage collecting.  These artifacts are talked about in hush tones.  Just knowing that this film is in existence makes me salivate.  I want to see Lennon in a candid light.  I want to see him brushing his teeth, and smoking joints.

I know, it’s a bit of obsessive compulsive behavior, but the bootleg-collecting uber Lennon fan in me just wants to see the footage.   We all know that Yoko is protective of the Lennon legacy, and protective of his image and likeness.  It seems that the judges agree with Yoko, at least for now. We will have to wait even longer to see the precious rare footage of arguably what could be John at his most candid and frank moments.  Cinema verite at it’s best and most real. 


For now, all we have is a website, 7-minutes of teaser footage of Lennon brushing his teeth, and a dream. 

  • For more information on the film, check out this great guide.

Here’s what we’ve read.

A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Lawrence, Mass.-based company that wants to show rare, intimate footage of John Lennon despite objections raised by his widow.

U.S. District Court Judge Rya W. Zobel accepted Yoko Ono’s motion to throw out allegations filed by World Wide Video LLC that accused Ono of copyright infringement and conversion, or wrongfully interference with a right to use personal property, said Ono’s Boston lawyer, Jonathan M. Albano.

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