Mc Cartney wants a ruling to say his claiming them doesn't represent a legal breach of any contract or publishing agreement that Sony/ATV could use against him.
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The first song eligible to be claimed back is "Love Me Do," in October 2018.
The rest of the catalog would follow in years after, ending in 2026.
The boys were up there on the back of the moving lorry trying to stay upright and play their instruments at the same time.
John gave up battling with balance and sat with his legs hanging over the edge, playing his guitar and singing.
'They’d walk to town through the farm so they’d have torn their clothes and be covered in muck' Two months after Linda Mc Cartney died of breast cancer in April 1998, her family held a memorial service at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square.
As the doors swung shut behind the 700-strong congregation, a lone bagpiper began to play the song she had performed so often with her husband, Sir Paul: Mull of Kintyre.
The performance took place on a stage in a field behind the church.
In the band were John Lennon (vocals, guitar), Eric Griffiths (guitar), Colin Hanton (drums), Rod Davies (banjo), Pete Shotton (washboard) and Len Garry (tea chest bass). As well as music, there were craft and cake stalls, games of hoop-la, police dog demonstrations and the traditional crowning of the Rose Queen.
By then he was married to Heather Mills, and his visits to Kintyre had grown less frequent.
In 1967, Linda Mc Cartney got the chance to work with one of the most adorned rock bands of the era, the Beatles, and caught the eye of guitarist and vocalist Paul Mc Cartney.