Tag: Paul McCartney

Friday 8/27/21 12pm ET: Feature LP: Paul McCartney – Pipes of Peace (1983)

Pipes of Peace is the fourth solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Paul McCartney, released October 17, 1983. As the follow-up to the popular Tug of War, the album came close to matching the commercial success of its predecessor in Britain but peaked only at number 15 on America’s Billboard 200 albums chart. While Pipes of Peace was the source of international hit singles such as “Say Say Say” (recorded with Michael Jackson) and the title track, the critical response to the album was less favourable than that afforded to Tug of War.

“Pipes of Peace” – 3:56
“Say Say Say” – 3:55
“The Other Me” – 3:58
“Keep Under Cover” – 3:05
“So Bad” – 3:20
“The Man” – 3:55
“Sweetest Little Show” – 2:54
“Average Person” – 4:33
“Hey Hey” – 2:54
“Tug of Peace” – 2:54
“Through Our Love” – 3:28
“Twice in a Lifetime” – 2:59
“We All Stand Together” – 4:22
“Simple as That” – 4:17

Paul McCartney – bass guitar, guitars, piano, keyboards, synthesizer, drums, vocals
Linda McCartney – keyboards, backing vocals
Michael Jackson – vocals, percussion on “Say Say Say” and “The Man”
Eric Stewart – guitar, backing vocals
Denny Laine – guitar, keyboards, vocals
Hughie Burn, Geoff Whitehorn – guitar
David Williams – guitar on “Say Say Say”
George Martin – garden canes on “Tug of Peace”; bicycle wheel, piano on “Through Our Love”
Stanley Clarke – bass guitar, vocals on “Keep Under Cover” and “Hey Hey”
Nathan Watts – bass guitar on “Say Say Say”
Chris Hammer Smith – harmonica on “Say Say Say”
Bill Wolfer – keyboards on “Say Say Say”
Gavyn Wright – violin
Jerry Hey – strings, French horn
Gary Herbig – flute
Chris Hammer Smith – harmonica
Andy Mackay, Ernie Watts – saxophone

Gary Grant – horns
Ringo Starr – drums on “So Bad” and “Average Person”
Ricky Lawson – drums on “Say Say Say”
Steve Gadd, Dave Mattacks – drums
James Kippen – tabla on “Pipes of Peace”
Pestalozzi’s Children’s Choir – backing vocals on “Pipes of Peace”

Monday 7/5/21 10pm ET: Feature LP: Paul McCartney – Tug of War (1982)

Tug of War is the third solo studio album by English musician Paul McCartney, released April 26, 1982. It was McCartney’s first album released after the dissolution of Wings the previous year. Overall, it was his 11th album since the break up of the Beatles. It was also McCartney’s first album after the murder of former songwriting partner John Lennon. The album was produced by former Beatles producer George Martin and was a number one hit in many countries, selling over one million copies in the United States in the year of its release. Some critics hailed it as a return to form for McCartney. The cover is an abstract oil painting by the artist Brian Clarke, a frequent McCartney collaborator, incorporating an over-painted transparency of a portrait of Paul taken by Linda McCartney. Its remastered deluxe edition received a nomination for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

“Tug of War” – 4:22
“Take It Away” – 4:14
“Somebody Who Cares” – 3:19
“What’s That You’re Doing?” (Duet with Stevie Wonder) – 6:19
“Here Today” – 2:27
“Ballroom Dancing” – 4:07
“The Pound Is Sinking” – 2:54
“Wanderlust” – 3:49
“Get It” (Duet with Carl Perkins) – 2:29
“Be What You See (Link)” – 0:34
“Dress Me Up as a Robber” – 2:41
“Ebony and Ivory” (Duet with Stevie Wonder) – 3:46

“Stop, You Don’t Know Where She Came From” (demo) – 1:44
“Wanderlust” (demo) – 1:46
“Ballroom Dancing” (demo) – 2:04
“Take It Away” (demo) – 5:37
“The Pound Is Sinking” (demo) – 2:35
“Something That Didn’t Happen” (demo) – 2:17
“Ebony and Ivory” (demo) – 1:46
“Dress Me Up as a Robber/Robber Riff” (demo) – 3:42
Tracks 1–8 are previously unreleased
“Ebony and Ivory” (Solo version) – 3:50
“Rainclouds” (Co-written by Denny Laine) – 3:13
“I’ll Give You a Ring” – 3:09

Paul McCartney – vocals (tracks 1–12), backing vocals (1–4, 6–9, 11–12), acoustic guitar (1–3, 5–12), electric guitar (1, 4, 6, 7, 11, 12), bass guitar (1, 2, 4, 6, 11, 12), piano (2, 6, 8, 12), drums (1, 4, 6, 7), synthesizer (1, 7, 9, 12), percussion (6, 9, 12), vocoder (10, 12)
Linda McCartney – backing vocals (1–4, 6–8, 11)
Denny Laine – acoustic guitar (track 7), electric guitar (1, 6, 11), guitar synth (3), synthesizer (11), bass guitar (8)
Eric Stewart – electric guitar (1), backing vocals (1–4, 6–8)
Ringo Starr – drums (tracks 2, 6, 8)
Steve Gadd – drums, percussion (tracks 2, 3)
George Martin – piano, Fender Rhodes (tracks 2, 11)
Stanley Clarke – bass guitar (3, 7)
Stevie Wonder – vocals (tracks 4, 12), synthesizer (4, 12), piano, Fender Rhodes, drums (12)
Campbell Maloney – drums (track 1)
Adrian Brett – pan pipes (track 1)
Andy Mackay – lyricon (track 4)
Jack Brymer – clarinet (track 6)
Adrian Sheppard – drums, percussion (track 8)
Carl Perkins – vocals, electric guitar (track 9)
Dave Mattacks – drums, percussion (track 11)

Monday 6/21/21 10pm ET: Feature LP: Paul McCartney – Wingspan: Hits and History (2001)

Wingspan: Hits and History is a greatest hits compilation album by Paul McCartney featuring material spanning his first solo album McCartney in 1970 to the 1984 Give My Regards to Broad Street movie soundtrack.

Wingspan is separated into two distinct sets: the “Hits” disc features commercially successful material, while “History” showcases lesser-known songs from the same period. American and British editions of the album vary slightly, as the UK edition contains the studio version of “Coming Up” while the US edition contains “Coming Up (Live at Glasgow)”, which was more popular there. The Japanese version of the album also includes “Eat at Home”, which had been issued as a single in Japan. (Edited)

  1. “Listen to What the Man Said” (from Venus and Mars, 1975) 3:57
  2. “Band on the Run” (from Band on the Run, 1973) 5:13
  3. “Another Day” (Non-album single, 1971) 3:43
  4. “Live and Let Die” (from the Live and Let Die soundtrack, 1973) 3:12
  5. “Jet” (from Band on the Run) 4:08
  6. “My Love” (from Red Rose Speedway, 1973) 4:08
  7. “Silly Love Songs” (from Wings at the Speed of Sound, 1976) 5:55
  8. “Pipes of Peace” (from Pipes of Peace, 1983) 3:26
  9. “C Moon” (Non-album single, 1972) 4:35
  10. “Hi, Hi, Hi” (Non-album single, 1972) 3:09
  11. “Let ‘Em In” (from Wings at the Speed of Sound) 5:10
  12. “Goodnight Tonight” (Non-album single, 1979) 4:21
  13. “Junior’s Farm” (DJ edit; non-album single, 1974) 3:03
  14. “Mull of Kintyre” (Non-album single, 1977) 4:45
  15. “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey” (from Ram, 1971) 4:50
  16. “With a Little Luck” (DJ edit; original version from London Town, 1978) 3:13
  17. “Coming Up” (from McCartney II, 1980) 3:53
  18. “No More Lonely Nights” (from Give My Regards to Broad Street, 1984) 4:47
  19. “Eat at Home” (from Ram) 3:22
  20. “Let Me Roll It” (from Band on the Run) 4:51
  21. “Daytime Nighttime Suffering” (B-side to the “Goodnight Tonight” single, 1979) 3:23
  22. “Maybe I’m Amazed” (from McCartney) 3:52
  23. “Helen Wheels” (Non-album single/Band on the Run, 1973) 3:46
  24. “Bluebird” (from Band on the Run) 3:26
  25. “Heart of the Country” (from Ram) 2:24
  26. “Every Night” (from McCartney) 2:34
  27. “Take It Away” (Single version; original version from Tug of War, 1982) 4:05
  28. “Junk” (from McCartney) 1:57
  29. “Man We Was Lonely” (from McCartney) 2:59
  30. “Venus and Mars/Rock Show” (Single edit; original version from Venus and Mars) 3:46
  31. “Girlfriend” (from London Town) 4:44
  32. “Waterfalls” (DJ edit; original version from McCartney II) 3:24
  33. “Tomorrow” (from Wild Life, 1971) 3:27
  34. “Too Many People” (from Ram) 4:12
  35. “Call Me Back Again” (from Venus and Mars) 4:59
  36. “Tug of War” (Single version; original version from Tug of War) 4:04

Wednesday 6/16/21 12pm ET: Artist Countdown: Paul McCartney Top 30 Hits

Paul McCartney has released 26 studio albums, four compilation albums, nine live albums, 37 video albums, two extended plays, 111 singles, seven classical albums, five electronica albums, 17 box sets, and 79 music videos. Before his career as a solo artist, McCartney enjoyed success as a member of the rock band the Beatles. After their break-up in 1970, McCartney released his eponymous debut album McCartney, the 1971 single “Another Day” and Ram with wife Linda McCartney, all of which were commercial successes, with the latter being supported by his first number one single “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”. After Ram, the duo formed Wings and recorded music until 1981.

In 2012, McCartney was ranked eleventh best selling singles artist in United Kingdom with 10.2 million singles sold.

1Ebony and Ivory (with Stevie Wonder)1982
2Another Day1971
3Say Say Say (with Michael Jackson)1983
4FourFiveSeconds (with Rihanna and Kanye West)2015
5Coming Up1980
6The Girl Is Mine (with Michael Jackson)1982
7Mull of Kintyre1977
8Listen to What the Man Said1975
9Goodnight Tonight1979
10With a Little Luck1978
11Silly Love Songs1976
12My Love1973
13Jet1973
14Live and Let Die1973
15Take It Away1982
16C Moon1972
17Band on the Run1974
18My Brave Face1989
19Only One (with Kanye West)2014
20Let ‘Em In1976
21Eat at Home1971
22Pipes of Peace1983
23Helen Wheels1973
24I’ve Had Enough1978
25Junior’s Farm1975
26Press1986
27Waterfalls1980
28Getting Closer1979
29Spies Like Us1985
30Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey1971

Thursday 4/22/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Paul McCartney – McCartney III Imagined (2021)

McCartney III Imagined is an album of “reinterpretations, remixes, and covers” of songs from McCartney III. It was announced on March 11, 2021, became available on streaming services on April 16 and will be released on physical media on July 23, 2021. Dominic Fike’s version of the “The Kiss of Venus” was released as its first single, with Beck’s track and EOB’s remix being the subsequent singles. The selection of tracks was curated by McCartney himself, featuring “friends, fans, and brand new acquaintances”. To celebrate the release, McCartney had live conversations via Instagram Live with St. Vincent, Ed O’Brien, Phoebe Bridgers, and Josh Homme.

  1. “Find My Way” (featuring Beck) 4:53
  2. “The Kiss of Venus” (Dominic Fike version) 2:23
  3. “Pretty Boys” (featuring Khruangbin) 5:48
  4. “Women and Wives” (St. Vincent remix) 3:00
  5. “Deep Down” (Blood Orange remix) 4:24
  6. “Seize the Day” (featuring Phoebe Bridgers) 3:29
  7. “Slidin'” (EOB remix) 2:39
  8. “Long Tailed Winter Bird” (Damon Albarn remix) 4:10
  9. “Lavatory Lil” (Josh Homme version) 2:53
  10. “When Winter Comes” (Anderson .Paak remix) 2:21
  11. “Deep Deep Feeling” (3D RDN remix) 11:23

Monday 12/21/2020 4pm ET: Feature LP: Paul McCartney – McCartney III (2020)

McCartney III is the 18th solo album by English musician Paul McCartney, released on December 18, 2020 by Capitol Records. It serves as a continuation to his two eponymous solo albums, McCartney (1970) and McCartney II (1980). Like those albums, McCartney III features McCartney on all instruments. The album was met with widespread acclaim from music critics.

1. “Long Tailed Winter Bird” 5:16
2. “Find My Way” 3:54
3. “Pretty Boys” 3:00
4. “Women and Wives” 2:52
5. “Lavatory Lil” 2:22
6. “Deep Deep Feeling” 8:25
7. “Slidin'” 3:23
8. “The Kiss of Venus” 3:06
9. “Seize the Day” 3:20
10. “Deep Down” 5:52
11. “Winter Bird / When Winter Comes” 3:12

Paul McCartney – electric and acoustic guitars, bass, double bass, piano, harpsichord, mellotron, harmonium, Fender Rhodes, synthesizer, Wurlitzer electric piano, drums, percussion, recorder, vocals, producer
Rusty Anderson – electric guitar (track 7)
Abe Laboriel Jr. – drums (track 7)

Friday 11/27/2020 9am ET: Feature LP: Paul McCartney and Wings – Wings Over America (1976)

Wings over America is a triple live album by the British–American rock band Wings, released in December 1976. The album was recorded during the American leg of the band’s 1975–76 Wings Over the World tour. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart and reached number 1 on the US Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart.

In addition to including several of McCartney’s hits with Wings, the album features performances of five Beatles songs: “Yesterday”, “Lady Madonna”, “I’ve Just Seen a Face”, “Blackbird” and “The Long and Winding Road”. The album cover was designed by Hipgnosis – who were nominated in 1978, together with McCartney’s production company MPL, for a Grammy Award for Best Album Package for this album – and depicts an airliner about to open its cabin door. Wings over America was remastered and reissued in May 2013.

1. “Venus and Mars/Rock Show/Jet” 9:56
2. “Let Me Roll It” 3:51
3. “Spirits of Ancient Egypt” 4:04
4. “Medicine Jar” 4:02

1. “Maybe I’m Amazed” 5:10
2. “Call Me Back Again” 5:04
3. “Lady Madonna” 2:19
4. “The Long and Winding Road” 4:13
5. “Live and Let Die” 3:07

1. “Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)” 1:55
2. “Richard Cory” 2:50
3. “Bluebird” 3:37
4. “I’ve Just Seen a Face” 1:49
5. “Blackbird” 2:23
6. “Yesterday” 1:43

1. “You Gave Me the Answer” 1:47
2. “Magneto and Titanium Man” 3:11
3. “Go Now” Banks, Bennett 3:27
4. “My Love” 4:07
5. “Listen to What the Man Said” 3:18

1. “Let ’Em In” 4:02
2. “Time to Hide” 4:46
3. “Silly Love Songs” 5:46
4. “Beware My Love” 4:49

1. “Letting Go” 4:25
2. “Band on the Run” 5:03
3. “Hi, Hi, Hi” 2:57
4. “Soily” 5:10

Friday 6/19/2020 12pm / 4pm ET: Feature Artist – Paul McCartney

Sir James Paul McCartney CH MBE (born June 18, 1942) is an English singer, songwriter, musician, composer, and record and film producer who gained worldwide fame as co-lead vocalist and bassist for the Beatles. His songwriting partnership with John Lennon remains the most successful in history. After the group disbanded in 1970, he pursued a solo career and formed the band Wings with his first wife, Linda, and Denny Laine.

A self-taught musician, McCartney is proficient on bass, guitar, keyboards, and drums. He is known for his melodic approach to bass-playing (mainly playing with a plectrum), his versatile and wide tenor vocal range (spanning over four octaves), and his eclecticism (exploring styles ranging from pre-rock and roll pop to classical and electronica). McCartney began his career as a member of the Quarrymen in 1957, which evolved into the Beatles in 1960. Starting with the 1967 album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, he gradually became the Beatles’ de facto leader, providing the creative impetus for most of their music and film projects. His Beatles songs “And I Love Her” (1964), “Yesterday” (1965), “Eleanor Rigby” (1966) and “Blackbird” (1968) rank among the most covered songs in history.

In 1970, McCartney debuted as a solo artist with the album McCartney. Throughout the 1970s, he led Wings, one of the most successful bands of the decade, with more than a dozen international top 10 singles and albums. McCartney resumed his solo career in 1980. Since 1989, he has toured consistently as a solo artist. In 1993, he formed the music duo the Fireman with Youth of Killing Joke. Beyond music, he has taken part in projects to promote international charities related to such subjects as animal rights, seal hunting, land mines, vegetarianism, poverty, and music education.

McCartney is one of the most successful composers and performers of all time. He has written or co-written 32 songs that have reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, and as of 2009, had sales of 25.5 million RIAA-certified units in the United States. His honors include two inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (as a member of the Beatles in 1988 and as a solo artist in 1999), 18 Grammy Awards, an appointment as a Member of the Order of the British Empire in 1965, and a knighthood in 1997 for services to music. As of 2020, he is also one of the wealthiest musicians in the world, with an estimated fortune of £800 million.

Saturday 12am ET: Feature LP: Wings Over America (1976)

Wings over America is a triple live album by the British–American rock band Wings, released in December 1976. The album was recorded during the American leg of the band’s 1975–76 Wings Over the World tour. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Albums Chart and reached number 1 on the US Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart.

In addition to including several of McCartney’s hits with Wings, the album features performances of five Beatles songs: “Yesterday”, “Lady Madonna”, “I’ve Just Seen a Face”, “Blackbird” and “The Long and Winding Road”. The album cover was designed by Hipgnosis – who were nominated in 1978, together with McCartney’s production company MPL, for a Grammy Award for Best Album Package for this album – and depicts an airliner about to open its cabin door. Wings over America was remastered and reissued in May 2013.

1. “Venus and Mars/Rock Show/Jet” 9:56
2. “Let Me Roll It” 3:51
3. “Spirits of Ancient Egypt” 4:04
4. “Medicine Jar” 4:02

1. “Maybe I’m Amazed” 5:10
2. “Call Me Back Again” 5:04
3. “Lady Madonna” 2:19
4. “The Long and Winding Road” 4:13
5. “Live and Let Die” 3:07

1. “Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)” 1:55
2. “Richard Cory” 2:50
3. “Bluebird” 3:37
4. “I’ve Just Seen a Face” 1:49
5. “Blackbird” 2:23
6. “Yesterday” 1:43

1. “You Gave Me the Answer” 1:47
2. “Magneto and Titanium Man” 3:11
3. “Go Now” 3:27
4. “My Love” 4:07
5. “Listen to What the Man Said” 3:18

1. “Let ’Em In” 4:02
2. “Time to Hide” 4:46
3. “Silly Love Songs” 5:46
4. “Beware My Love” 4:49

1. “Letting Go” 4:25
2. “Band on the Run” 5:03
3. “Hi, Hi, Hi” 2:57
4. “Soily” 5:10

1. “Let Me Roll It” 4:19
2. “Maybe I’m Amazed” 5:27
3. “Lady Madonna” 3:22
4. “Live and Let Die” 3:38
5. “Picasso’s Last Words (Drink to Me)” 2:14
6. “Bluebird” 4:28
7. “Blackbird” 2:38
8. “Yesterday” 1:57

Wednesday 6pm ET: Sounds of The 70s

This week we feature music from George Harrison, Paul McCartney, Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan, Poco, Temptations, Carpenters, Billy Preston, Charlie Daniels Band and more . . .

Tuesday 7pm ET: Feature Artist – Paul McCartney and Wings

Paul McCartney and Wings (also known by their original name Wings) were a British-American rock band formed in 1971 by former Beatle Paul McCartney, his wife Linda on keyboards, session drummer Denny Seiwell, and former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine. Wings were noted for frequent personnel changes as well as commercial success, going through three lead guitarists and four drummers. However, the core trio of the McCartneys and Laine remained intact throughout the group’s existence.

Created following the McCartneys’ 1971 album Ram, the band’s first two albums, Wild Life (1971) and Red Rose Speedway (1973) (the latter featuring guitarist Henry McCullough), were viewed as artistic disappointments beside Paul’s work with the Beatles. After the release of the title track of the James Bond movie Live and Let Die, McCullough and Seiwell resigned from the band. The McCartneys and Laine then released 1973’s Band on the Run, a commercial and critical success that spawned two top ten singles in “Jet” and the title track. Following that album, the band recruited guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and drummer Geoff Britton, only for Britton to quit shortly afterwards and be replaced by Joe English. With the new line-up, Wings released 1975’s Venus and Mars, which included the US number one single “Listen to What the Man Said”, and undertook a highly successful world tour over 1975–76. Intended as more of a group effort, Wings at the Speed of Sound (1976) was issued midway through the tour and featured the hit singles “Silly Love Songs” and “Let ‘Em In”.

In 1977, the band earned their only UK number one single, with “Mull of Kintyre”, which became the then-best-selling UK single in history. Wings experienced another line-up shuffle, however, with both McCulloch and English departing before the release of the group’s 1978 album London Town. The McCartneys and Laine again added new members, recruiting guitarist Laurence Juber and drummer Steve Holley. The resulting album, Back to the Egg, was a relative flop, with its singles under-performing and the critical reception negative. During the supporting tour, Paul was arrested in Japan for cannabis possession, putting the band on hold. Despite a final US number one with a live-recorded version of “Coming Up” (1979), after Laine departed from the band, Wings discontinued for good in 1981.

Monday 8pm: MaxMusic 21st Century – 2001

We continue our focus on the music from 2001.  Music from:  Paul McCartney, Nelly Furtado, Elton John, Pam Tillis, Outkast, Matchbox Twenty, Nickelback, Stevie Nicks, Strokes, and more. . . 

Tuesday 10pm: Feature LP: Paul McCartney & Wings – Red Rose Speedway (2018 Remaster)

Red Rose Speedway is the second studio album by Paul McCartney and Wings. The album was released in 1973 after the relatively weak commercial performance of Wings’ previous album, Wild Life. Red Rose Speedway reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States and “My Love” was a No. 1 single in the US and the most popular track from the album.

1. “Big Barn Bed” 3:48
2. “My Love” 4:07
3. “Get on the Right Thing” 4:17
4. “One More Kiss” 2:28
5. “Little Lamb Dragonfly” 6:20
6. “Single Pigeon” 1:52
7. “When the Night” 3:38
8. “Loup (1st Indian on the Moon)” 4:23
9. “Medley: Hold Me Tight/Lazy Dynamite/Hands of Love/Power Cut” 11:14

2018 remaster

On 18 October 2018, it was officially announced the release on 7 December 2018 of the album reissues of Wild Life and Red Rose Speedway as part of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection series. These album reissues will be published in several editions:

Special Edition 2-CD; the original 9-track album on the first disc, include previously unreleased recordings and non-album singles on a second disc;

Deluxe Edition 3-CD/2-DVD/1-Blu-Ray; the original 9-track album on the first disc, original “double” album on a second disc; previously unreleased recordings and non-album singles on a three disc; DVD includes music videos, the “James Paul McCartney” TV show, “Live And Let Die” in Liverpool and The Bruce McMouse Show with 5.1 format, as well as on Blu-Ray.

Remastered Vinyl 2-LP; includes special edition versions as well as a link to download materials.

Double Album 2-LP; originally conceived version of the album, although it was ultimately simplified to a single plate. Includes reconstructed album version based on original acetates and master tape, as well as a link to download materials.

Disc 2 — Original “double album”

“Night Out”
“Get On The Right Thing”
“Country Dreamer”
“Big Barn Bed”
“My Love”
“Single Pigeon”
“When The Night”
“Seaside Woman”
“I Lie Around”
“The Mess” (Live At The Hague)
“Best Friend” (Live In Antwerp)
“Loup” (1st Indian On The Moon)
“Hold Me Tight/Lazy Dynamite/Hands Of Love/Power Cut”
“Mama’s Little Girl”
“I Would Only Smile”
“One More Kiss”
“Tragedy”
“Little Lamb Dragonfly”

Disc 3 — Bonus Tracks
“Mary Had A Little Lamb”
“Little Woman Love”
“Hi, Hi, Hi”
“C Moon”
“Live And Let Die”
“Get On The Right Thing” (Early Mix)
“Little Lamb Dragonfly” (Early Mix)
“Little Woman Love” (Early Mix)
“1882” (Home Recording)
“Big Barn Bed” (Rough Mix)
“The Mess”
“Thank You Darling”
“Mary Had A Little Lamb” (Rough Mix)
“1882” (Live In Berlin)
“1882”
“Jazz Street”
“Live And Let Die” (Group Only, Take 10)

Tuesday 9pm: Feature LP: Paul McCartney – Egypt Station (2018)

Egypt Station Cover

Egypt Station is the 18th solo studio album by Paul McCartney, released by Capitol Records on 7 September 2018.

Egypt Station was produced by Greg Kurstin, with the exception of one track produced by Ryan Tedder. The album is McCartney’s first studio release on Capitol since 2005’s Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, and it is the first release since his 2013 album New.

The album’s first (double A-side) single, consisting of the two songs “I Don’t Know” and “Come On to Me”, was released on 20 June 2018.

The name “Egypt Station” is shared by one of McCartney’s paintings from 1988, from which the cover art is derived.

  1. “Opening Station” 0:42
  2. “I Don’t Know” 4:27
  3. “Come On to Me” 4:11
  4. “Happy with You” 3:34
  5. “Who Cares” 3:13
  6. “Fuh You” 3:23
  7. “Confidante” 3:04
  8. “People Want Peace” 2:59
  9. “Hand in Hand” 2:35
  10. “Dominoes” 5:02
  11. “Back in Brazil” 3:17
  12. “Do It Now” 3:29
  13. “Caesar Rock” 3:29
  14. “Despite Repeated Warnings” 6:57
  15. “Station II” 0:46
  16. “Hunt You Down/Naked/C-Link” 6:22
  17. “Get Started” 3:41
  18. “Nothing for Free” 3:15