After looking at this footage, I believe this is faul or billy. He looks different and his mannerisms are not like Paul. I have been researching pid for 2 years and I had thought Paul was replaced in 1966 just like most here, however I feel this footage is the smoking gun in that faul had been with the Beatles before hand. Just look after faul sings yesterday.. Ringo and George point at faul and John looks in amazement. Then John says "thank you Paul, that was just like him!" Then John turns to faul and George and gives them a smile.. Very strange. Also fauls ears are very suspect. Look at this entire performance and compare it to other performances the Beatles did in 1965.. Which are all basically the same songs.. You can tell between this and the real Paul.
Yes, '65 Sullivan Paul does seem cocky and disingenuous compared to '64 Sullivan Paul. And he does also have detached earlobes.
What is interesting is that careful observation will show '65 Sullivan Paul has the misaligned upper-left molars that Wired says 'the real Paul' has. The '64 Sullivan Paul has nicely-aligned upper-left molars that Wired says 'Faul' has.
I find it odd that Wired presented their article the way they did. In actuality, the majority of pre-67 Pauls has nicely-aligned upper-left molars, and the majority of post-66 Pauls has crooked upper-left molars (to varying degrees). Oh, and they used a stretched photo of Sgt. Pepper Paul for their head size comparisons. They got it from the digilander PID site.
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we just compare it to our own ideas.
If it is the same, we accept it and say that it is correct.
If it is not, we say it is incorrect.
In either case, we learn nothing.
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Post by Jai Guru Deva on Oct 2, 2013 16:08:15 GMT -5
John said "I". He does not say "THAT". John's complete statement is "Thank you Paul, I was just like him.".
Lest you think I'm arguing just to be arguable, there are others in the comment section that hear the same thing.
ipromisenot 3 years ago no... he said "I was just like him".
catbreath001 2 years ago sounded a lot more like "I was just like him"
FrownyMascot 5 months ago "I" not "that"
chilibro 1 year ago but whats he mean by "i was just like him"?
XxENovaxX 2 years ago Lol idiots, you can clearly SEE he said "I" by the lack of his tongue touching his teeth to make the "th" sound.
clap67 3 years ago Ah ah Lennon said:"I was just like him".
After Paul did his number, the Beatles played I Feel Fine. At :49 Paul turns his head and you can clearly see his ear is NOT fake. It is in fact Paul McCartney on stage.
In this video from Blackpool, after John jokes "Thank you RINGO that was wonderful." John's comment on the Ed Sullivan show was most likely a joke too. The Paul McCartney at Blackpool is the same person at Ed Sullivan (so are the rest of the members of the band for that matter).