When the burnt-out Black Keys played the last show of their tour in San Francisco, frontman Dan Auerbach had a suspicion it might be their last. The Band. The Beatles. But that doesn't mean Auerbach's theory isn't worth exploring.
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It was McCartney's fifth album after leaving the Beatles in April Although sales were modest initially, its commercial performance was aided by two hit singles — " Jet " and " Band on the Run " — such that it became the top-selling studio album of in the United Kingdom and Australia, in addition to revitalising McCartney's critical standing. It remains McCartney's most successful album and the most celebrated of his post-Beatles works. With no time to recruit replacements, McCartney went into the studio with just his wife Linda and Denny Laine. In addition to playing bass, McCartney also played drums, percussion and most of the lead guitar parts himself. After the band's return to England, final overdubs and further recording were carried out in London, mostly at AIR Studios. By , following the break-up of the Beatles three years before, Paul McCartney had yet to regain his artistic credibility or find favour with music critics for his post-Beatles work.
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Skip navigation! Story from Music. An unauthorized sex therapy clinic secretly run by British teenagers within the walls of their strangely American secondary school needs a good soundtrack. Not content to firmly root itself in a soundtrack made up entirely of throwbacks, Sex Education creators worked with songwriter Ezra Furman for the rest of the soundtrack , which is a mix of originals and songs he wrote for his last album, Transangelic Excellence. Furman wrote an original song for the series which plays at the end of episode 3 that has become the inadvertent anthem of the moment on the internet.
The series aired on FX for a total of 20 episodes from July 16, ,   to September 1, In September , the network renewed the show for a second season, which premiered on June 30, Fifty-year-old Johnny Rock Denis Leary was once the lead singer of The Heathens, a rising rock band from the late s and early s that broke up following the release of only one album, mainly due to Johnny's life of excess. He is given a second chance, however, when he learns that he has a year-old daughter named Gigi Elizabeth Gillies with one of his former back up singers. Gigi moves to New York to try to make it as a musician.