The Beatles bassist Paul McCartney was interviewed by Cinra.net from Japan, and revealed the thing that The Beatles were a little better than other bands. The statement was translated from Japanese to English with using Google Translate.

Paul talked about how he joined The Beatles, and said:

“I graduated from school at the age of 17, but the first thing I was interested in was English literature and poetry. I also like to watch play, and after that I got interested in art. Especially the modern art is my favorite, I often go to the gallery.

After getting absorbed in music further after that, I decided to join a certain group. That was The Beatles (laugh). Moreover, all of the members were interested in art, especially the movies. In my dreams to supervise movies with everyone.”

Interviewer said ‘Is that so’, Paul continued:

“I thought “We can be absolutely” and anything I still think so (laugh). Anyhow the imagination was rich. There are many good points of The Beatles, but among them, I think that “imagination” and “intelligence” were a little better than other groups.

We were able to evolve more rapidly because the school’s grades were also good and not a kind of music.”

Paul’s statement was translated from Japanese to English with using Google Translate.

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