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For No One (Broad Street Outtake) - Paul McCartney - Now Hear This (CD)

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  1. Cold Cuts is an unreleased album of outtakes by Paul McCartney. The album was originally planned to be released in and McCartney revisited the project several times over the years until it was abandoned permanently in the late s. The songs on the album were recorded during his solo career and with Wings in the s and s.
  2. James Paul McCartney: Chapter One: James Paul McCartney: Trade Mark Of Quality: Junior's Farm (CD) Oil Well: Soundboard: Last Flight: Vigotone: Let's Have A Party (CD) Strawberry: Soundboard: Live At The Apollo Theatre (2xCD) Rattlesnake: Soundboard: Live From The Institute Of Contemporary Arts (2xCD)
  3. Paul McCartney covered What'd I Say, Let It Be, Scrambled Eggs, More I Cannot Wish You and other songs. Paul McCartney originally did What'd I Say, Let It Be, More I Cannot Wish You, Lady Madonna and other songs. Paul McCartney wrote With a Little Help .
  4. Jun 08,  · It would be fantastic to slot that in after London Town/Back To The Egg or after Press To Play/Give My Regards To Broad Street. Click to expand Yes he can then do the Paul McCartney Archive of Unreleased Music. A whopping massive set of everything together The 80th Year Unreleased Musical Archive we'd probably have more outtakes now than.
  5. One Hand Clapping-Songs from a film that was just released on Paul's deluxe edition. of 'Band On The Run'. James Paul McCartney-Soundtrack to the TV special from The Making Of 'James Paul McCartney'. Outtakes from the TV special sessions. B Sides Himself- A nice collection of Paul's B sides.
  6. Apr 28,  · CD1: No More Lonely Nights Recording session Basic Track no overdubs Eric Stewart’s backing vocal + David Gilmour’s Guitar solo Film Edit/Alternate Mix Chris Holmes Mix.
  7. Jun 17,  · Paul heard it from Elvis and recorded it from his Russian album, a great version that wisely uses the Elvis arrangement and lets Paul show off one of the few rock-'n'-roll voice in a league.
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  9. Paul McCartney retreated from the spotlight of the Beatles by recording his first solo album at his home studio, performing nearly all of the instruments himself. Appropriately, McCartney has an endearingly ragged, homemade quality that makes even its filler -- and there is quite a bit of filler -- rather ingratiating. Only a handful of songs rank as full-fledged McCartney classics, but those.

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