martes, 23 de agosto de 2011



Half a century on, Beatle makes it on the Decca label

Published Date: 24 August 2011

HALF a century after the Beatles were famously rejected by record company Decca, Sir Paul McCartney is to make his debut on the label.
The musician's first ballet, Ocean's Kingdom, which receives its premiere next month, is to be released by the company later this year.
Decca rejected the band in 1961 on the grounds that "guitar groups are on the way out" and said they "have no future in show business". Months later, the group signed to Parlophone.
Sir Paul was commissioned by the New York City Ballet to create his new work. The production will premiere in New York on 22 September, with the album, performed by the London Classical Orchestra, to follow in October.

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