|Give My Regards To Broad Street - Front Cover||Give My Regards To Broad Street - Rear Cover|
|(Note: When opening the gatefold out to see front and back together, you do NOT see the picture as above !)|
|Give My Regards To Broad Street - Gatefold Inner|
|Give My Regards To Broad Street - Inner Sleeve Front||Give My Regards To Broad Street - Inner Sleeve Rear|
|Catalogue No.||PCTC 2|
|Release date||22nd October 1984|
|U.K. Album Chart Detail :||
|Detail :||Paul's fifteenth solo album release, and first to include original soundtrack music to his own screenplay.
AND the first McCartney album to be issued simultaneously on L.P., cassette AND C.D.
AND the first to be mixed digitally.
It was only whilst doing this research that I read the small print on the album and realised that the vinyl version has
shortened versions of most tracks. It says :
Starting on 5th November 1982 with a planned budget of £1,500,000 Paul began recording songs and filming for his movie
project, "Give My Regards To Broad Street". Filming is completed by 8th May 1983, with some post-production work taking the
final completion date to 26th July 1983. During this entire period Paul records all the tracks seen on the soundtrack album,
some of which are re-workings of Beatle songs and his own solo works.
London Weekend Television also film a special for The South Bank Show presented by Melvyn Bragg entitled, "The Making of Give My Regards To Broad Street" which is only ever shown once on 14th October 1984 (I taped it, of course).
Produced by George Martin.
The sleeve design which incorporates many stills from the film, was by John Pasche, Annie Carlton and Sandra Leamon.
|No More Lonely Nights (Ballad)||McCartney||New song for "Broad Street"
|Good Day Sunshine||Lennon-McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Revolver
|Corridor Music||McCartney||New incidental music for the film,
actually the guitar riff from "Mumbo" off of Wild Life
|Yesterday||Lennon-McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Help !
|Here, There and Everywhere||Lennon-McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Revolver
|Wanderlust||McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Tug Of War
|Ballroom Dancing||McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Tug Of War
|Silly Love Songs||McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Speed Of Sound
|Silly Love Songs (Reprise)||McCartney||Extra reprise made for the film.||0:36|
|Not Such A Bad Boy||McCartney||New song for "Broad Street".
|No Values||McCartney||New issue on "Broad Street" but,
Originally written and rehearsed with Wings in the late 70's.
|No More Lonely Nights (Ballad reprise)||McCartney||New song for "Broad Street"||0:13|
|For No-one||Lennon-McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Revolver
|Eleanor Rigby||Lennon-McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Revolver
|Eleanor's Dream||McCartney||New orchestral instrumental music for "Broad Street", much longer (4:59) on C.D.||1:01|
|Long And Winding Road||Lennon-McCartney||Paul's remake of the song originally from Let It Be
|No More Lonely Nights (Playout version)||McCartney||New song for "Broad Street"
|1||No More Lonely Nights (Ballad)||5:14|
|2||Good Day Sunshine/Corridor Music||2:33|
|4||Here, There and Everywhere||1:43|
|7||Silly Love Songs/Reprise||5:27|
|8||Not Such A Bad Boy||3:28|
|10||No Values/No More Lonely Nights||4:12|
|12||Eleanor Rigby/Eleanor's Dream||9:11|
|13||Long And Winding Road||3:56|
|14||No More Lonely Nights (Playout version)||5:03|
11th March 1991, the album is re-released with catalohue number ATAK 165, with a cassette TCATAK 165 and C.D. CZ 395, once again no bonus tracks.
June 1993, a "Re-master" re-issue C.D. has catalogue number CDPMCOL 14 (+ TCPMCOL 14),
(international number CDP 7 89268 2),
Remastered (alledgedly) with a running time of 73:54, it has two bonus tracks :
|16||No More Lonely Nights (Extended Version)||8:10|
|17||No More Lonely Nights (Special Dance Mix)||4:21|
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