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He’d bought it in 1966 when living with actress Jane Asher, but it was only after he married country-loving Linda in 1969 that he began to spend much time there.

We were sitting in a fish restaurant in London and Paul, with Linda at his side, was rhapsodising about the mud and the simplicity of the place, about not having a bathroom and how he’d made the furniture, fixed leaks in the roof and sheared a sheep.

Paul Mc Cartney's post Wings work has included the No.1 albums, Tug of War, Give My Regards To Broad Street and Flowers In The Dirt.

Consisting of himself on bass and vocals, Linda on keyboards and vocals, ex-Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine and ex-session drummer Denny Seiwell, they first made an album, Wildlife, released in December 1971, which the press had a field day with but which nevertheless reached No. Controversy then surprisingly ensued when in February 1972 Wings' first single, 'Give Ireland Back To The Irish', was banned from the radio. And then a few months later Mc Cartney rekindled the fuss by releasing what amounted to a children's single, 'Mary Had A Little Lamb', which many people interpreted as retaliation for the censorship he'd been a victim of.

‘It’s a tramp’s life and I can wear the same shirt for ages up there. I love nature.’Indeed, as he sang in Mother Nature’s Son on the Beatles’ White Album, love it he did.

And as the Mc Cartney family added Stella and James, and the house near Campbeltown took shape around them, Linda coaxed Paul’s confidence back.

According to Guinness World Records, "Yesterday" has been recorded by more artists than any other song.

The pair met on 6 July 1957, at a local church fête, where Lennon was playing with his skiffle group, the Quarrymen.

Consisting of himself on bass and vocals, Linda on keyboards and vocals, ex-Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine and ex-session drummer Denny Seiwell, they first made an album, Wildlife, released in December 1971, which the press had a field day with but which nevertheless reached No. Controversy then surprisingly ensued when in February 1972 Wings' first single, 'Give Ireland Back To The Irish', was banned from the radio. And then a few months later Mc Cartney rekindled the fuss by releasing what amounted to a children's single, 'Mary Had A Little Lamb', which many people interpreted as retaliation for the censorship he'd been a victim of.‘It’s a tramp’s life and I can wear the same shirt for ages up there. I love nature.’Indeed, as he sang in Mother Nature’s Son on the Beatles’ White Album, love it he did.And as the Mc Cartney family added Stella and James, and the house near Campbeltown took shape around them, Linda coaxed Paul’s confidence back.According to Guinness World Records, "Yesterday" has been recorded by more artists than any other song.The pair met on 6 July 1957, at a local church fête, where Lennon was playing with his skiffle group, the Quarrymen.Paul, brought along by a mutual friend, Ivan Vaughan, impressed Lennon with his ability on the guitar and his version of Eddie Cochran's '20 Flight Rock'.