Biff 2008-05-02 11:35:32
Healthy Stealthy ; managed to hurl up:
John misrahi 2008-05-02 11:38:16
yeah and while you’re at it, post us Bill Gates’ email address.
Tomscotland 2008-05-03 13:40:30
“stick this in your fuse-box”
stop your grinnin’ and drop “YOUR LINEN” to reply
Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.
Biff 2008-05-03 13:42:31
mike constantine managed to hurl up:
It’s (212) 246 – 5881. Really. (MPL Communications)
Timagine 2008-05-03 13:42:45
A friend of mine was hanging out with someone in the business back in
the seventies and was handed the phone, and it was Paul McCartney on
the other end saying hello. Paul was at a party and was in a good
mood. What a mind blower.
voice from the past
Danny 2008-05-03 13:43:44
Well what else did you think it was?
Bluerapids 2008-05-04 01:18:14
music has meant to me over the years.<< Wouldn't we all? Bad Idea.
Hennessyandco 2008-05-04 01:19:33
Uhhhh, yeah. Why don't you write a fan letter c/o his record label? Nothing personal,it's just that Ringo stopped coming around for the longest time after we put his number on the bathroom wall.
Tar 2008-05-04 16:53:24
I don't think I ever mentioned this here before. It actually has to do with George, not Paul. When the Beatles first arrived in NYC, they stayed at the Plaza. My older sister had a good friend whose father worked there... for all I know, he could have owned the place. Anyway, she gave my sister a phone number where she could call the Beatles. She didn't believe it, but tried it anyway. I was really very young, but I remember everything. She laughed as she dialed the number, not really expecting to hear their voices on the other end. Then I saw her go pale, seconds before she started screaming. All I did was laugh at her in my teeny, little girl voice. Then she hung up and ran for our mom. When she calmed herself down slightly, she was able to tell me that it was George's voice at the other end. There was no doubt about it, according to her. She knew all of their voices very well, and this was definitely George. She said that, before she hung up, she heard George say to someone that he was tired of hearing these girls everytime he picked up the phone and that he was calling the operator... something like that, anyway. She tried to call again about ten minutes later, but the operator wouldn't put her through. She told me that she had wished that I would have gotten on the phone because George probably would have gotten a kick out of talking to a little girl. Anyway, this is the story, as I remember it. We never found out if this was really George, but my sister still believes that it was him. - Donna
Allabest 2008-05-04 16:55:05
Mister charlie 2008-05-04 16:55:41
Timagine 2008-05-05 08:59:11
That's a truly great story. My little brother sneaked into Ringo Starr's make-shiftdressing room at Capitol records in Hollywood back in the 70's where he was about to address the crowd in the streets below from the rooftop. My brother did it with a suit of clothes and a tray of coffees, sugar and spoons: fact. He offered Ringo some coffee and he said "What! And ruin me whole day?"... Ringo invited him up to the roof but a guard spotted him and took him away on the way to the rooftop before Ringo found out about it and could do anything. voice from the past
John misrahi 2008-05-05 08:59:44
Dee 2008-05-07 14:14:29
I thought it was 864-5789?
Tar 2008-05-07 16:44:56
Lucky guy! 🙂 Too bad he didn't get to go up to the roof. How old was your brother when he did this? How did he manage to get into the dressing room in the first place? - Donna
Misssharoncobb 2008-05-07 17:34:05
I got "No Reply."
Harchohio 2008-05-07 17:34:59
"When I call you up, your line's engaged". Frank (remove "blocker" to reply)
Apple 2008-05-11 13:12:11
Well if you guys really gotta know, Sir Paul's number is: 1-44-02074399921 Bill Gate's email is: Wm_Gates9983@microsoft.com Hope this helps. Apple
Timagine 2008-09-07 07:26:15
A buddy of mine is Rock and Roll hall of famer Dewey Martin of Buffalo Springfield. We used to hang out quite a bit eating his homemade speghetti. I remember so many times happening to see his phonebook open to one page or another, with names and phone numbers like Neil Young and such. I was a very good boy and paid it no nevermind... He used to call his famous buddies and speak to them on the speakerphone, which I think is rude, but it was so I could listen in. Everybody was crying the blues, especially the drummers of bands of yesterday who had no songwriting income... He did have a happy ending of late, however, when he and Steven Stills and Neil Young, and Richie Furay and Bruce Palmer had a conference call and voted to give him 20% of their combined cut on those old platinum albums. Drummers on the most part really have it rough. Poor Ringo... voice from the past