1008. Picasso’s last words (drink to me)

Paul McCartney (and Wings) still seemed to matter in 1974.  No, he wasn’t cranking out Hey Judes anymore, but the stuff was still sounding better than most of the other pop dreck on the radio.  Picasso’s Last Words, the last song from Band on the Run, is a loose stumble through various angles and forms which is probably supposed to reflect the great painter’s cubist form. “As with pretty much any post-Beatles McCartney or Lennon track, I can’t help thinking it would be better if the other guy was involved, calling bullshit, throwing in ideas and whatever. But it’s still fun in a sad sort of way. Feel free to play it at my funeral.” (Philip Random)

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