Hey, Chris. Yeah, I got it from this trader in CT probably about 10 years ago now. The quality is absolutely HORRIBLE though. And from what I've read on the net, that's about as good as it gets. I don't even know if a "perfect" quality tape of the interview even exists. So I can't really tell ya if Garagiola does a good job or not, because the interview is really cut up. The sound for the most part is out of sync and everything. It's so bad that even sometimes you hear John and Paul talking, but there mouths aren't even moving! LOL And it gets worse as the interview progresses. So all in all, because of the bad quality, it's just really something "to have" if you're a hardcore Beatles fan. It's just cool to know that you own a very rare piece of history. But from the very few bits and pieces of the audio that I can make out, it seemed that Paul looked very comfortable and was cracking a lot of jokes, and the audience was laughing. And it seemed like John could care less about being there. He didn't seem to say much and hardly smiled. I think he just looked really uncomfortable. But of course Macca, the natural performer, looked very at ease and comfortable in fron of the audience and camera.
As I stated in my first post, I also own a copy of Paulie on the Tonight Show from '84. This time with Carson himself. And Paul references the '68 show. He joked with Carson that the last time he was on the show, he came to meet him (Carson), but when he showed up at the studio, he instead met Joe. Now that video is A+ quality. Great interview too. Paul was there to promote Broadstreet. The Tonight Show crew intentionally placed a guitar behind Paul's chair, and Johnny and the audience were jokingly badgering Paul throughout the interview to play something. So finally at the end, Paul very comically strummed and sang the first few bars of Yesterday out of tune, (like a drunk.)It was very funny. Then he went into a short little "You are my sunshine,my only sunshine" song. It only lasted about a minute, but it was funny. And it was great.