|Pipes Of Peace - Front Cover||Pipes Of Peace - Rear Cover|
|Pipes Of Peace - Gatefold Interior|
|Pipes Of Peace - Inner Sleeve Front||Pipes Of Peace - Inner Sleeve Rear|
|Catalogue No.||PCTC 1652301|
|Release date||17th October 1983|
|U.K. Album Chart Detail :||
|Detail :||Paul's fourteenth solo album release, and the first Beatles related release on C.D. by E.M.I.
Much of this album is recorded during the sessions for "Tug Of War", so check there for recording dates.
The remaining five tracks recorded after the release of Tug Of War are :
The cover photography is by Linda, with on the inner sleeve, "Chair and Pipe" by Vincent Van Gogh and "Van Gogh's Chair" a
chrome sculpture by Clive Barker 1966.
|Pipes Of Peace||McCartney||3:55|
|Say Say Say||McCartney-Jackson||3:56|
|The Other Me||McCartney||3:58|
|Keep Under Cover||McCartney||3:07|
|Sweetest Little Show||McCartney||2:53|
|Tug Of Peace||McCartney||2:52|
|Through Our Love||McCartney||3:28|
29th February 1984, the first Beatles related C.D. release from E.M.I. (on Parlophone) uses the international number of, CDP 7 46018 2. This has the same tracks and running time as the standard album release.
March 1991, the album is re-issued on Parlophone with the catalogue number ATAK 164, with a cassette TCATAK 164, but the C.D. at this time is issued as CZ 394, once again with no bonus tracks.
June 1993, a "Re-master" re-issue C.D. has catalogue number CDPMCOL 13 (+ TCPMCOL 13),
(international number CDP 7 89267 2).
This release runs for 50:56 as it includes three bonus tracks :
|Twice In A Lifetime||McCartney||2:59|
|We All Stand Together||McCartney||4:22|
|Simple As That||McCartney||4:17|
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