The music of Elvis Presley has had a tremendous influence on many individuals, but few can claim it healed their headaches. Taylor Swift was told by Paul McCartney that one of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll’s tunes made him feel better after an experience with a lovely girl left him with a headache. Furthermore, Paul said he wanted his music to have a similar influence on individuals.
An experience at a fair which made Paul McCartney go home and listen to Elvis Presley
All begins with Quick. Swift and Paul make very different music, yet they interviewed each other for an article in Rolling Stone. “During the interview, they spoke about everything from the novel “Rebecca” by Daphne du Maurier to the concerts Paul attended as a youth to the classic hit “Manic Monday” by The Bangels. At one point, they spoke about a time when Paul went as a young man to the fair.
“We went to the fair, and I just remember – this is what happens with songs – there was this girl at the fair,” Paul remembered. “In Liverpool, it’s just a little fair – it was at a place called Sefton Park – and this girl who was so beautiful was there. She wasn’t a star. She was so beautiful.
They were all watching her, and it was like,’ Wow.”
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Paul thought that the encounter had something almost mystical about it. “It’s like a magical scene, you know?” he said. But something gave me a headache, so I ended up going back to his place. Normally, I don’t get headaches.
And we were wondering, ‘What should we do?’ so we put on the Elvis album ‘All Shaken Up.’ My headache was gone by the time the song was over. I was thinking, ‘This is strong.’
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Swift noted, “It’s really powerful,” It’s a little ironic as well. “All Shook Up” is about how love can make people experience feelings that aren’t necessarily nice.
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“All Shook Up” had an effect on Paul for sure.
That poses an interesting question: does it have an influence on the general public? The single hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, according to the book Who Did It First? Great Rock and Roll Cover Songs and Their Original Artists. It remains one of the best-known songs of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll – there is even a musical Elvis jukebox named after it. “All Shook Up” shook up the American pop charts –