After The Beatles split and their solo careers started how much did the subsequent legal issues hinder their new careers?. Were interviewers just interested in gossip or was their early solo work taken seriously. Also who was first to get their solo work out there. I get the impression it was a massive effort by all of them to start again.
Well, Paul's first solo album came out at about the time he announced he was leaving the Beatles and that the group was finished. This was the spring of 1970. Can't remember the timeline for Ringo's solo work because his first two albums were covers of country music and old standards. John and George released their albums later in 1970. It was no earlier than 1971 when Ringo had radio hits. If I remember correctly.
Of course, there were those avant-garde John and Yoke albums released, beginning in 1968.
Don't remember too much about interviewers asking about the legal wrangling.
It would be interesting to see what partnership agreements or corporations were formed by the various rock groups. Had anyone here ever studied partnership accounting? A person who wants in bad enough may contribute , say, 40% of the assets to have, say, 25% of the partnership and take 1/4 of the profits.
You look at the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Eagles, and other groups and wonder who is/was getting what.
bigche: Hey you guys see this yet? Here's the imposter posing with Paul and the Beatles in '64 - over 2 years before permanently assuming the missing Beatle's identity in late '66: youtu.be/8hJ709TEjOs
Jan 1, 2020 19:34:34 GMT
Mr Kite: Have you ever thought about getting out a bit more ?
Jan 2, 2020 22:49:20 GMT