Nonetheless I don't think I ever saw an image of these two since Paul left the band. Amazing.No.
At least there is a party in Steve House in 1986 or 87 where Paul went. Ross Half captured it for the first photo book for Maiden.
Paul also appears in 12 wasted years in the Steve House I think playing billiard and talking about early days with the band.
Blaze thinking : I know I do better than these guys, seeing their catastrophic solo careers, mine is still working and Steve surely wants me back in his band as he thanked me in the booklet, he didn't do this with Bruce and Paul.Bruce seeing Maiden for first time: I know I can do it better than this guy.
Paul seeing Maiden after 40 years: I know I can do it better than this guy.
Paul thinking: No balls to play Wrathchild
In 1993 Paul Di'anno who was passing through Portugal stopped at Eddie's Bar. Philippe Landreaud a fan since the beginning, member of the NOTB magazine, team captured the reunion between Manu et Paul during an improvised photo shoot.
See article NOTB n°3
During his stay in the Algarve, Paul also met Steve and they therefore, of course, took advantage by taking a trip down memory lane over a couple of beers. To note that the leather wrist bands that Paul wore while playing in Iron Maiden are kept in Eddie's Bar (Manu has attached them to the roof).
Was just about to post this. One wonders why they didn't pay up before or why he needed more money since I thought the crowd funding covered it.As posted today on Cart & Horses Facebook Page June 20 2022 "Announcement on Paul Di’Anno’s fundraising! I am very excited to announce that the Iron Maiden team have kindly agreed to cover the remaining cost of Paul Di'Annio's operation. Not only are Iron Maiden the best band on this planet...www.themetalvoice.com
Maybe there were too busy before and they didn't read any article about what Paul has been through all these years...Was just about to post this. One wonders why they didn't pay up before or why he needed more money since I thought the crowd funding covered it.
Still, it's nice of them to look after Paul.
Thanks for sharing. I like this song, it's heavy, sometimes punky and it's so Di'Anno. OK, his voice is not so energetic as in the past, he seems tired (as you said), but it's normal : he has so many years of pain behind him, that's why he sounds a little bit exhausted. Overall, this song is pretty good.Here’s the official video:
Interestingly, Di’anno sounds sort of like a tired and inebriated Rob Halford here.