By Matthew Perpetua
Decca has partnered with McCartney to release the score of "Ocean's Kingdom," his first ballet. The production will make its debut at the New York City Ballet's fall gala on September 22nd. The record is set to hit stores in England on October 3.
In an interview with the New York Times earlier this year, McCartney said that the work is "basically a romantic story" about a couple from opposite worlds -- an ocean kingdom, which represents purity, and an earth kingdom, which represents darkness and evil.
It's come full circle, they rejected the young Mrs Doubtfire when him & his band mates were all full of talent, energy & pot smoke, and now they sign the aging Doubtfire when he's got big bag of nothin, good business.
Decca must have money to burn, because, with all due respect to Sir Paul, his recordings are all vanity projects and no one buys them anymore. How did his last "classical" piece go? Not well.
His live performances are echoes of his glory days.
Let It Be, Paul....Let It Be.
Why would a moron, you, ask an outrageously assinine question like that when it stated there is a Decca Records? Oh, that's right!..................you're an idiot!