|McCartney - The Archive Collection|
|Catalogue No.||HRM 32799 (Barcode: 8 88072 32799 3)|
|Release date||13th June 2011|
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|Detail :||Originally in 1970 Paul's first solo album release - this version was part of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection
For detail of the original 1970 album see here: McCartney
The June 2011 archive re-issue was released in multiple formats:
The three disc deluxe edition comes in at less than 90 minutes (!) ... This did not augur well for future "Archive Collection" releases !
|The Lovely Linda||McCartney||The recording Paul first used to test his new home recording set-up.||0:43|
|That Would Be Something||McCartney||Paul plays acoustic guitar, tom tom, cymbal and bass on this song he wrote in Scotland.||2:37|
|Valentine Day||McCartney||Paul plays guitars (acoustic and electric), drums, and bass on this ad-libbed song.||1:40|
|Every Night||McCartney||Paul plays acoustic guitar, drums and bass, on this song he wrote while on holiday in Greece.||2:29|
|Hot As Sun||McCartney||Paul plays guitars, drums, organ, percussion, and bass.
He is quoted as saying he wrote this in the late 50's, but left this until 1970 to record at Morgan Studios.
|Glasses||McCartney||Paul manages to play multi-tracked "wine glasses" on this piece which includes
one of those wonderful uncompleted pieces that Paul does so well.
Called "Suicide", Paul more recently has said he wrote this with Sinatra in mind !
|Junk||McCartney||This track was first started with the Beatles in India, and completed in London during the
"White Album" sessions as can be heard on Anthology 3.
This solo version was recorded by Paul at his home, using acoustic guitars and bass, with overdubs of percussion and xylophone at Morgan Studios.
|Man We Was Lonely||McCartney||Paul plays guitar, drum, and bass, with the steel guitar sound actually being a Telecaster being played with a drum peg.||2:55|
|Oo You||McCartney||Paul plays electric guitar, tambourine, cowbell and "Aerosol spray" ! ... on this tune recorded at Morgan Studios.||2:47|
|Momma Miss America||McCartney||Paul plays guitars, piano and drums on another ad-libbed piece recorded at home.||4:03|
|Teddy Boy||McCartney||Like "Junk" this is another track we are all familiar with as being started with the
Beatles in India, and recorded during the "Let It Be" 1969 sessions ... as a multitude of bootlegs testify.
Paul completed this version at Morgan Studios playing guitar and bass.
|Singalong Junk||McCartney||This is the original take for "Junk" on which Paul plays guitar, piano and bass. He overdubbed more instruments plus a Mellotron at Morgan Studios.||2:34|
|Maybe I'm Amazed||McCartney||The tour-de-force of the album recorded at Abbey Road, Paul plays guitars, piano and
Although not released as a single, Paul made a promotional film for this track which was broadcast on ITV on 19th April 1970.
Produced by David Putnam, it features still photographs of Paul, Linda and Heather.
|Kreen - Akrore||McCartney||This final song was inspired by a T.V. production about a Brazilian native tribe. The first take included just the drum track. Paul added guitars, piano, organ and some heavy breathing. This was tracked at Morgan Studios where sound effects were added, including a bow and arrow sound.||4:08|
|2||Maybe I'm Amazed||From One Hand Clapping (1974)||4:51|
|3||Every Night||Live in Glasgow 1979||4:30|
|4||Hot As Sun||Live in Glasgow 1979||2:26|
|5||Maybe I'm Amazed||Live in Glasgow 1979||5:10|
|6||Don't Cry Baby||Outtake||3:06|
|1||The Album Story||9:15|
|2||The Beach||Featuring Loma Mar Quartet||2:44|
|3||Maybe I'm Amazed||Music Video||3:46|
|4||Suicide||From One Hand Clapping||1:33|
|5||Every Night||Live at the Concert for the People of Kampuchea, 1979||4:42|
|6||Hot As Sun||Live at the Concert for the People of Kampuchea, 1979||2:42|
|7||Junk||MTV Unplugged 1991||2:51|
|8||That Would Be Something||MTV Unplugged 1991||3:17|
For all Paul's albums in date order: McCartney LP Discography
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