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Run Devil Run

4 July 2011 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 4 July 2011
  • Release Date: 4 July 2011
  • Label: Universal Music Group International
  • Copyright: (C) 1999 MPL Communications Ltd/Inc under exclusive license to StarCon LLC
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  • Total Length: 40:39
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  • ASIN: B004EZAHX2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 52,539 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By C. Cleveland on 2 Mar 2000
Format: Audio CD
One star for this album? Please try to be serious, listeners. If you have ever wanted to know what it was like to hear the Beatles selling beer to the Kaiserkeller crowd, this album is as close as you deserve to get. The fast tracks crackle with energy, the slow ones are deeply and honestly emotional, and this entire crowd of grizzled veterans plays as though they were eighteen, and enjoying every split second of it. Why it would occur to anyone to compare this album with Flaming Pie I don't know, as the creative impulses behind them are quite different. This is a great performance album; Flaming Pie is a great one-man-band in his studio album, with a lot of new McCartney classics on it. You need both albums, honestly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard Gollin on 5 Jun 2008
Format: Audio CD
Just to add to the other 5 star reviews (and I know that this is a very late review for this but I live in a remote area where things are a bit slow...).It seems to me that those who object to this album do so on the grounds that when they buy an album they want it to be by a singer songwriter...

Well the Beatles earned their daily bread as what would now be called a cover band.Except that then the concept did not imply derision. Then it was the norm for every group to want to play their favourite American songs and put their own stamp on it.For example , in my younger days I saw three top British groups take on Beautiful Delilah by Chuck Berry.And why not!And John Lennon's Twist and Shout , which took an EP into the charts for over a year, has far more energy than the original.In the same way Jagger's You'd Better Move On, which took an EP etc etc, has far more power than the original.

Anyway the low raters among these reviews surprise me because the three McCartney songs on this album are just great. And , of course, the group stamp their own authority on the covers. I am sad enough to have the original Shellac purple Parlophone Vipers 'No Other'. In the slieve notes McCartney says he never even had the original, but the tune stayed in his head. Well the original (and I speak as a huge Vipers fan (told you I was sad)) is not Wallys finest hour. But the cover is a deeply moving song. Thankyou. I also greatly appreciate hearing more guitar from the sound of the Pirates who I saw in Margate a mere century or two ago.

Just one question relating to the choice of oldies..How come McCartney and others , when they choose 'Just Because' go for the Elvis song? While Lennon chose the completely different 'Just Because' by Lloyd Price. Well I prefer the latter and I wonder if the Beatles played both...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 Dec 1999
Format: Audio CD
As soon as you place this album in the CD Player and press play, you are aware that you are listening to music of a kind not often seen today. Live, REAL music, recorded by musicians who are doing it because they love playing Rock N' Roll, instead of a bunch of synthesisors and a DJ who is assured of another million pounds from his mono-tone, boring excuse for music.
Paul is in top vocal form here, and proves that, given the right circumstances, he can still belt the old numbers out to perfection, even at the age of 57.
If you have seen Paul's live performances to promote this album, you would have wondered if the album really did capture that same atmosphere. Well, the answer has to be an emphatic yes. This is brilliant music, the recording even sounds like an old fifties record, without sacrificing the superior quality of a nineties compact disc recording. Don't understand? Then listen to the album!
The only low point on the album is "No Other Baby" which is too slow and shows Paul's vocals up a little. This is most apparent where he tries to imitate John Lennon at the end of the track.
The best songs on the album have to be "All Shook Up", "Try Not To Cry", "Run Devil Run" and the closer "Party". But having said that, most of the other songs are equally good, so choosing best songs is difficult. A valid sign of an excellent album.
As for Paul's own compositions, they fit into the mood of the album brilliantly.
The packaging even harks back to the fifties, with the disc itself designed to look like an old LP. Great stuff.
Overall, a superb album and a MUST have. Well done, Paul!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Nov 1999
Format: Audio CD
Paul McCartney hasn't rocked this hard since 1964. Of course he produced a lot of good music after "Can't Buy Me Love" and "Long Tall Sally" but whenever he tried to play straight-ahead rock'n' roll it never quite made it. Certainly CHOBA B CCCP failed in this respect. But this album is rockin' Paul at his best. At times it really does sound like it is 35 years ago. You can almost hear John Lennon on "She Said Yeah" and "Honey Hush". And Paul's self-penned numbers? They work, with the exception for me of "Try Not To Cry". But the title track and "What It Is" fight right in among the 40-year-old classics. The highlight for me is "Brown Eyed Handsome Man". You can really hear how much Paul is enjoying himself. If you are a Paul McCartney fan, this is a must-buy...and if you're not, take a chance on Paul. He isn't all "With A Little Luck" and "Silly Love Songs" (two of my faves, actually).
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