|Seaside Woman - The Single|
|Seaside Woman - 12inch Cover||Seaside Woman - 12inch Rear|
|The Beatles Contribution:||Paul provides backing and produces|
|Label||A & M|
|Catalogue No.||AMS 7461|
|Release Date||10th August 1979|
|U.K. Singles Chart Detail :||Did NOT Chart|
Linda McCartney's first solo release, albeit under a pseudonym.
This is quoted as being the first song that Linda wrote, and initially first recordings were made 27th November 1972 at
Air studios, London with the following line-up:
An album was planned for Linda but never appeared at that time.
When finally being released in the U.K. the single was issued as shown above on yellow vinyl, and a special limited edition boxed version containing 10 typically English saucy seaside postcards, and a button badge. The boxed version is the most collectable of all the issues of this single and is valued at around £30.
"Seaside Woman" was re-issued on 18th July 1980, again on A&M but a new catalogue number of AMS 7548 and a different sleeve.
"Seaside Woman" was again re-issued on 7th July 1986, this time on E.M.I. with a catalogue number of EMI 5572 and again a different sleeve, this release also includes a 12" (pictured above) but this time a longer version re-mixed by Alvin Clark running to 5:20 (plus an extended B-side of 4:36)