A lunar moment with Paul McCartney
“He’s got plenty of extenuating circumstances, but the craziest character I’ve known in my life is McCartney’s son James,” Anne-Elisabeth Lemoine’s sidekick confessed, then detailing the background of this interview. “He arrived with a beanie when it wasn’t winter (but why not?), He sat down, he had his eyelids down, he didn’t look at me from the interview, I must have talked six or seven minutes with him and he was only saying ‘Yes’, ‘No’, ‘don’t think so’. That was it. At the end, he looked up and told me. says ‘Thanks, good job’ “. A lunar moment like the journalist has lived little in fifty years of career. It is perhaps this experience which allows him to find extenuating circumstances to the offspring of the singer of the Beatles. “I think he has a real problem assuming himself as a son of McCartney, so a real problem of communication with others,” he emphasizes. To find traces of a Pierre Lescure cow farm in the press, we will come back.
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