Главная Дискография Интервью Книги Журналы Аккорды Заметки Видео Фото Рок-посевы Викторина Новое



1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8-9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

YOU GOT THE I.D.E.A. Club Sandwich 78

            Pick up a smart new badge, we said.
            You did.
            Wear it with pride, we said.
            You have.
            Be the envy of all your friends, we said.
            You are.
            In your droves, you wrote in for your free i.d.e.a. badges, as conceived by Paul, as worn on his lapel and as given away by him, to you, through an offer in the Winter 1995 Club Sandwich.
            Paul's intention that was that confirmed vegetarians would apply for some badges, wear one themselves and pass on the others to friends, family, lovers, whomsoever deserved them, really, just so long as they too were vegetarian.
            So we are delighted to announce that reports have been received confirming definite sightings of the badges in the near and indeed far-flung corners of our globe. OK, we understand that some of you have had the odd spot of bother in working out how to affix them to your clothing, but that, in a variety of weird and wonderful ways, all such problems have been effectively surmounted.
            There are now more than 1000 i.d.e.a. [i don't eat animals] badges out there. Go up and say hello if you should see somebody wearing one because you'll be sure of a friendly reception. And you might also think about taking a photo - if you do then send it along to us here at the Sandwich: we may have a use for it.

Club Sandwich 78


            Club Sandwich subscriber Norrie Duff has submitted this fascinating fibre-tip creation into which he has cleverly laced references to 51 songs written or performed by Paul McCartney, plus three of Paul's album titles and four additional words that have had some bearing on his career. See how many you can spot - the full list appears on page 14.
            Norrie hails from Edinburgh, which explains the use of the tartans - however, he says, even these are relevant: "McCartney would be from the McArthur clan (green)," he writes, "and the red is Cameron, of which Paul would be a branch. It's a tenuous link," Norrie admits, "but I needed the contrast!"