Paul McCartney sings 'That's All Right' solo using Bill Blacks Upright Bass
Paul McCartney sings 'That's All Right' solo using Bill Blacks Upright Bass.
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|Paul McCartney on the Upright Bass||(02:16)|
|Above - Paul McCartney sings 'That's All Right' solo using Bill Blacks Upright Bass.|
Paul McMartney Talking With Larry King about meeting Elvis
Paul McMartney: it was great. I loved it. The thing is, it was so long ago...
Larry King: you met with him.
Paul McMartney:: yeah, we met with him in Los Angeles.
Larry King: I hear not much was said initially.
Paul McMartney: well, my memories were that it was really quite straight forward, that we loved him. We were a little in awe of him.
Larry King: Really?
Paul McMartney:well, he was the man, you know. We had grown up with him. We were just kids. We were just that little bit younger. But I remember him having the first remote control for a TV we had ever seen.
Larry King: Really? That's a great story.
Paul McMartney: he was just going -- it's changing. It seems like ancient history now, but it was very modern now.
Paul McCartney visits Graceland 
Listen to Paul singing Loving You [Plus Were Gonna Move, That's All Right and It's Now Or Never.]
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