And it doesn't seem that long ago that it was the Twentieth Anniversary.
I have to say though that whilst I think it's a great album, it's not my favourite (that honour goes to Abbey Road), but I certainly think it marked a milestone in musical innovation as part of what was going on. I still enjoy the opening guitar solo of the title track, enjoy the little nods to the past, such as She's Leaving Home and When I'm Sixty-Four, and find A Day in the Life creepy, et compelling.
And McCartney is still churning out music. Next week he has a new studio album out! And below is the video to his single "Dance Tonight", featuring Mackenzie Crook and Natalie Portman.
I have to say it seems strange though, that Macca would let a postman into his home and demand a cup of tea!