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Paul McCartney - The Lost McCartney Album album

Paul McCartney - The Lost McCartney Album album
  • Performer Paul McCartney
  • Title The Lost McCartney Album
  • Style Experimental, Vocal, Synth-pop
  • Other formats MP4 ADX ASF DTS APE VQF DMF
  • Genre Electronic / Rock / Pop
  • Size MP3 1745 mb
  • Size FLAC 1885 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 747

After Paul McCartney finished the sessions for the final Wings album Back To The Egg in April 1979 he retired to his farm in Scotland. That July he wrote and demoed about twenty new songs, recording the music directly into his Studer 16 track tape machine, laying down bass, drums, guitar and adding the vocals on later. Although this material may have been used on future Wings releases, many of the songs were polished and released on his third solo album McCartney II, released in May 1980

The Costello Album, also The McCartney/MacManus Collaboration, is a Paul McCartney album that includes work from his 1987–88 songwriting collaboration with Elvis Costello. The album includes demo recordings made by Paul and Elvis in the throes of their collaboration, other demos of some songs by Costello and McCartney individually, live performances by Costello, and two duo live performances taken from a 1995 benefit concert at the Royal College of Music.

Live in Los Angeles is a promotional live album by Paul McCartney recorded during a secret performance on 27 June 2007 at Amoeba Music in Hollywood, California. The album was released only in the United Kingdom and Ireland through a special promotion run by The Mail on Sunday and the Irish Sunday Mail. Drive My Car" (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) – 2:33. Only Mama Knows" (McCartney) – 3:54. Dance Tonight" (McCartney) – 3:09. C Moon" (McCartney, Linda McCartney) – 3:22. That Was Me" (McCartney) – 3:02.

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Appropriately, McCartney has an endearingly ragged, homemade quality that makes even its filler - and there is quite a bit of filler - rather ingratiating. Only a handful of songs rank as full-fledged McCartney classics, but those songs - the light folk-pop of "That Would Be Something," the sweet, gentle "Every Night," the ramshackle Beatles leftover "Teddy Boy," and the staggering "Maybe I'm Amazed" (not coincidentally the only rocker on the album) - are full of all the easy melodic charm that is. McCartney's trademark

Many of the tracks are instrumental compared to the official release. A very nice collection, with only minor problems soundwise (except for some crackles on the first track of the second disc). The music's innovative and appealing; certainly a must if you thought the legitimate lp was the definitive McCartney II concept. Even common tracks (slightly longer here) sound totally different due to the sequencing, which is great.

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