He is probably the single most talked and written about musician of at least the last 50 years if not the last 100. With this book, we get to see everything he ha has recorded since just before leaving the Beatles until now('New'). And quite a diverse and rich catalog it is. The initial solo years of 'McCartney', 'Ram', then the 'Wings' years', back to solo Paul w/ McCartney II, the experimental music(which was always part of his musical adventures, even with the Beatles) and on until and through his current band. I can think of no one, besides John Lennon, who had a bigger impact on me and my own musical journey than Paul. And it's not as much about what he has done, although that is considerable and definitely a huge part of the equation, but, more importunely, it is as much about his attitude. His willingness to seek out ares of musical expression that just wouldn't occur to others from his background to do. The 'Liverpool Oratorio', the symphonic explorations, the retro- early Rock n' Roll, the 'Fireman' sessions with Youth, all the solo albums, the guy just does not rest and is constantly seeking ways to express himself musically.
This book allows you the opportunity to follow, evaluate absorb, critique, and learn everything Paul has had his hands on musically for the last 44 years. If your a fan of this mans music, there is no way you cannot have this book.