|Oobu Joobu Part 4 - Front Cover||Oobu Joobu Part 4 - Back Cover|
|Catalogue No.||YC 048|
|CD Matrix No.||95201216|
|Country Of Origin||Unknown|
|Comments:||Oobu Joobu is a radio program created, directed and presented by Deejay Paul McCartney.
It was a Westwood One Radio Show, that was a series of 13 one hour programs running from Memorial Day to Labour Day in the U.S. Remarkably, the short-sighted radio producers of this country did not take up the offer to broadcast the show.
This edition was broadcast 5th June 1995.
All Oobu Joobu releases are taken from the C.D.'s that were used to distribute the show and are therefore in pure C.D.
quality. As these shows are made for radio, one can hear pauses where the show lets the advertisers have a turn. Each of
these breaks is preceded and follwed with an Oobu Joobu jingle. I have marked where the ad breaks occur.
The packaging is also very nice with a booklet containing excellent pictures and a full Yellow Cat catalogue.
|1||Introduction/Oobu Joobu||Paul's introduction and radio jingle, includes 20th Century Fox fanfare.||2:40|
|2||I Love This House||Unfinished track, featuring David Gilmour||1:42|
|3||Knock On Wood||Eddie Floyd - Entered the chart 2nd February 1967, reached no. 19||3:03|
|4||Blue Moon Of Kentucky||A mix of Bill Monroe, Paul and Elvis versions||4:35|
|5||We're Gonna Move (There's A Leak)||Rehearsal. "We're Gonna Move" was recorded 15/08/74 for "One Hand Clapping", but was not used.||1:33|
|6||Concrete Jungle||Bob Marley, from 1973 album "Catch A Fire".||3:53|
|7||We Got Married||Demo. Maybe from 1st December 1984. The track did end up on Flowers in the Dirt followed by some comedy.||4:07|
|8||Got To Get You Into My Life||Rehearsal||3:32|
|9||Oobu Joobu/Radio Play||D.J. chat and fun. Bird noises, followed by a great Goons segment from "The International Christmas Pudding" first broadcast 15th November 1955.||3:16|
|10||Virginia Plain||Roxy Music - Entered the chart 19th August 1972, reached No. 4||3:13|
|12||Cook Of The House||Linda's recipe spot - "Sloppy Joes"||2:28|
|13||White Coated Man||Linda McCartney outtake, first recorded in 1988, appears on Wide Prairie||2:40|
|14||Oobu Joobu Time||D.J. chat and jam||1:20|
|15||Singin' The Blues||Soundcheck in Toronto 6th June 1993||2:45|
|16||Happy Jack||The Who - Entered the chart 15th December 1966, reached no.3||2:08|
|17||Pete Townsend||Appeal for starving children.||2:45|
|18||Rock Island Line||Rehearsal||2:04|
|19||Oobu Joobu Closing Theme||Jingle and chat||0:59|