Beatle Paul McCartney lost his mother at age fourteen that father James was forced his two sons continue only to educate. James McCartney, also Jim ?? ?? called, was a born musician, he played piano and trumpet and led his own band, The Jim Mac ?? s Jazz Band. This was mainly asked to accompany silent films in cinemas. Unlike his son, who delivered a huge production, James McCartney wrote only one song, ?? ?? Eloise. It stayed not limited to the music, because a text he had not. Later, when Paul was already world famous, he was to please his father, playing the song in retro style. ?? Walking in the Park with Eloise ?? was recorded in 1974 together with Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer called The Country Hams.
For the album ?? ?? Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band ?? he adapted his father at the age of the text and was it ?? When I ?? m ?? 64.
The Beatles were not afraid to tackle different styles and leave the classic rock tracks. She had ever written the first heavy metal song, children's songs recorded, Indian sounds used in some numbers, relied on the blues and early rock and roll and with ?? When I ?? m 64 ?? they went on the variététoer. It was not unique in that period. The New Vaudeville Band celebrated successes ?? ?? Winchester Cathedral, there was Tiny Tim with ?? Tip Toe through the Tulips ?? and the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band stormed the charts with ?? I ?? m the Urban Spaceman ?? . This last song was produced by a certain Apollo C. Vermouth, which later proved to be the pseudonym of ?? Paul McCartney!
- The children of Paul McCartney took a special version of the song for their father's 64th birthday.
- ?? When I ?? m 64 ?? was used by the pension insurance company Allstate Insurances in a commercial. Julian Lennon, the eldest son of John Lennon and his first wife Cynthia Lennon, was asked to sing the song in which a very special cover yielded.
- Kenny Ball and his Jazzmen
- Bernard Cribbins
- John Denver
- Keith Moon
- Frankie Howerd and Sandy Farina
- Les Fradkin, instrumental
- Del McCoury Band
- Cheap Trick