Singer-songwriter Paul McCartney doubts any current band can surpass the popularity of his legendary group The Beatles.
“Let's not forget, those four boys were really good. You name me another group who had what The Beatles had,” he said.
“We knew we were different. We knew we were something other groups weren't: Lennon's skill, intelligence, acerbic wit, McCartney's melody, whatever he's got, Harrison's spirituality, Ringo's spirit of fun, great drumming. We all played, which is pretty hard,” he said. McCartney, 73, said there are not great <g data-gr-id="24">song writers</g> nowadays, reported Esquire. “You don't get a lot of that these days. The noise we made was just those four people playing. We came at the right time. We wrote some pretty good stuff, our own material. We didn't have writers. Could that happen again? I don't know,” he said.