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Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:34 am

Video:
Version 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBZ8ulc5NTg

Version 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ey-Tvt8JNfQ&feature=kp

Maybe this is who he was... It's the same Paul from Penny Lane and earlier Hamburg. Later on, he was the 70's Mullet Paul, with that same smirky expression.
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"hello..."
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This looks pretty clear for what might be a compressed digitalized video.
I think this is the Paul from 1962 who clowned around a lot. He makes a leering facial grimace into the camera at one point in this song.
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:39 am

In all likelihood, as was pointed out to us on FFD, he is the same Paul as attended the Apple Party in 1968, and seen as well at times in 1965.

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And he matches the Rubber-Soul-era Paul, too.
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:45 am

Rubber Soul-era. At 1:54 he does the Hello Goodbye leer.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pTajbTWhMRc
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A goofy leer here, also. 1964
Notice his hair is parting like HG Paul's when it has the chance to get uncombed.
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:50 am

This also looks like the Paul who married Linda on their wedding video interview. I was going to post this in response to your post on the Many Faces of Faul thread, but I have other things to put there about the 3 videos you posted, too, when I get it all ready.

1968 Apple party
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A goofy leer here, also. 1964
Notice his hair is parting like HG Paul's when it has the chance to get uncombed.
[img]http://www.thebeatlesneverexisted.com/aobp1a/leer1a.jpg[/iimg]
Here's two pictures I think go together really well, and they're both screen prints from performances. Both of these Pauls were uncoordinated and non-dancers, and they have the same hair separation in the middle at the forehead. I need to see this video again (Paul on the left) to get some other angles.
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Here's another comparison of the two eras, whether they're the same as the former young Paul or not. If Paul in the middle picture turned and faced the camera directly, wouldn't he look exactly like Paul on the far right? Except, of course, for the hair part. It doesn't look like it wants to part on the right.
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:55 am

Thinking about this Paul's performance in 'Hello, Goodbye' with the snarly leer at the camera (during the "witchy" words of the song?) and his wilder side coming out when he stomps his foot during the song, it reminds me of what Lololark said on FFD about the Smart-Ass Paul from 1961:
You can see he has long slender legs with a short square torso... Both of his eyebrows are low set, and pointed rather than arched. He has a short pug nose and his ears are set very high. He usually always has a smart-alecky, smirky sneer and acts wild on stage.
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That's my guess of who it must be. The thing that makes it the most difficult is that most of the video is very blurry and distorted. If they were bringing back a Paul and John from way earlier who hadn't performed in the mid 60s, they might've been worried that it would be noticeable back then. The shots of George and Ringo are so much clearer.
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And these: Interesting, notice Paul's nose in this last picture, short and upturned.
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Here's a comparison from the Paul/Faul Twin Sightings Thread:
These two sure look the same before and after. Notice the same whisker pattern above the upper lip, kinda looks like a pyramid.
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(Fake ears much?)
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:57 am

It really strikes me that this is the same Paul again, with his wild stage antics, and snarly facial expressions during Band On The Run.
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Sharing an "insider" moment with Linda?
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Band On The Run
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3wA4ZxGd3U

And... he's using a guitar pick. Doesn't that mean it's the real Paul McCartney, according to PID?
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:58 am

Here's a time in the Macca era with more outlandish stage behavior:

Is this his weapon?
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And in Help! with the low brow line and sharp points:
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Here, too. Low-brow Paul.
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 1:59 am

I've noticed on forums that a lot of people think that not only was this video the first appearance of "Faul" in a performance, but was also the first appearance of "Fohn", mainly because of his suddenly different stance while playing. This is how people usually think of John on stage:
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Perhaps they've forgotten about this, which is how John seems to stand when he's not singing lead, as in Hello, Goodbye:
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It's worth watching this video just to see Ringo shaking his hair at the beginning.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sybI6FiuKjk

And again John standing this way when not singing lead.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9X_RIjWS54

Just like this 'Hello, Goodbye' video:
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Version 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBZ8ulc5NTg

Version 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ey-Tvt8JNfQ&feature=kp

John singing lead, in his 'usual' lead-singing stance.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNEBmdsB-MY
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Thu Nov 20, 2014 2:10 am

Carlos Santillan pointed out to us the following at FFD:

no Beatles logo on the drum, weird
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video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBZ8ulc5NTg

the meaning of Paul's bloody guitar escapes me, unless it means, "he blew his mind out in a car, he didn't note that the lights had changed" :P
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those flowers painted on the curtain behind them remind me of the egyptian lotus, used to get in contact with the spiritual world and the gods.
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George and his Paul-like upper teeth (it has already been mentioned before on other threads by you guys)
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Now I think I get this video. It seems the reason they're dressed in those fruity colors and material is they're on a "high", a "trip" from using the lotus flowers. And I think the reason they wore "military uniforms" is because they were a "military" band (Sgt. Pepper), and this was a war they were waging against us. But instead of bombs and bullets, it was a war of drugs, alcohol, divorce, abortion, gay rights, rebellion, debauchery, etc., etc.

Also, since Timothy Leary was the one who started giving out free LSD on college campuses, and he's now been directly connected to the CIA, it must've been the government who started the whole "stick it to the man" movement. It was also they who started the women's rights movement.

Gloria Steinem: How the CIA Used Feminism to Destabilize Society
http://www.rense.com/general21/hw.htm

"In the 1960´s, the elite media invented second-wave feminism as part of the elite agenda to dismantle civilization and create a New World Order."
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Re: Discussion & Comparisons of "Hello, Goodbye" Paul

Postby Silversong » Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:51 am

Bandi found this picture, and commented":
The other three look as if they're very, very concerned with the guy with the bass guitar, don't they ??!

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I'd say they're very "something" for sure!
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