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Classics A rare Paul McCartney demo auction

21:05  06 april  2022
21:05  06 april  2022 Source:   programme-television.org

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Une cassette contenant un enregistrement inédit d' © Image Courtesy of Omega Auctions A cassette containing an unprecedented recording of "attention" will be auctioned on April 26.

It's a record that even the biggest fans of Paul McCartney have probably never heard. A demo of the song "Attention" will soon be auction at Omega Auctions.

The cassette for sale contains a version of "Attention", that the old beatles drummer, Ringo Starr, recorded for his album "Stop and smell the roses". It was recorded by Paul McCartney, which is also heard to play the piano and make vocal percussions. Omega Auctions affirms on its site that the audio quality of this demo is "excellent". "It's something incredible to listen from start to finish," adds the auction house.

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Paul McCartney gave this cassette to the Howie Casey saxophonist, who participated in the eighth album of Ringo Starr. She had to serve as a reference for the recording of the final version of "Attention", in which we can hear the voices of the woman of the saxophonist, Sheila, but also from Linda McCartney.

This cassette will pass under the hammer for the first time, on April 26, during the sale "Music Memorabilia & Vinyl Showcase" of Omega Auctions. It could be awarded between 8000 and 10,000 pounds sterling (between 9,590 and 11,990 euros), according to the estimates of the sales house. The auction could, however, climb quickly given the quality of the registration, according to the Auctioneer Paul Fairweather. "Hear [Paul McCartney], without accompaniment, work on the basics of a song like this is really fascinating and gives a glimpse of his astonishing talent of composer," he told Guardian.

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160,000 pounds for George Harrison's childhood house

Other relics related to the Beatles will also be bid on April 26. Among them is a pair of round glasses that John Lennon regularly worn. Its estimate: between 10,000 and 15,000 pounds (between 11,990 and 17,980 euros). Collectors will also be able to try to get their hands on a series of polaroids caught in the Californian holiday home of the late leader of the Beatles (estimated between 6,000 and 10,000 pounds sterling).

It has been several years that the Fab Fab Collection rooms are happily bid's happiness. Omega Auctions has experienced last November, when she supervised the sale of George Harrison's childhood house in Liverpool. This semi-detached house of three bedrooms, located in the Liverpooling Speke suburbs, was awarded 160,000 pounds sterling (about 191,790 euros). An amount that demonstrates its importance in the history of the English group. The Harrison moved there in 1949 when George had barely six years, and lived there for almost a decade. It is in this house that the late writer-songwriter-British interpreter has taken his first steps in music.

Caroline Drzewinski

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