Elsewhere Art . . . Mills and McCartney

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Elsewhere Art . . .  Mills and McCartney

Another example of "if the album doesn't exist, then let's make it".

Both characters are real and were actually around Abbey Road studios at the same time.

And McCartney being fond of banging the ol' johanna on pub songs, then why might he not hook up with the popular and populist Mrs. Mills?

The coincidence of McCartney having been married to Heather Mills later in life was too great to ignore as you may see in the article I used this collage for.

It was The Five Most Rarester Beatle Albums Ever, so there are four more there for you to discover.

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