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Paul McCartney - Ecce cor meum (Behold My Heart)
Paul McCartney - Ecce cor meum (Behold My Heart)
Price: £10.99

10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Stick to the day job macca, 3 Nov. 2006
This is not McCartney's finest hour. It's not rubbish. There are some attractive melodies and a couple of interesting moments. But this is no masterpiece and I've got many finer classical CDs in my collection. It's all a bit safe, and a little, well, mediocre. At his best, McCartney is a brilliant writer and performer of pop songs. His last pop/rock album demonstrates that superbly. Give us more "Chaos and Creation" please Paul. Leave the Classical stuff to Messrs Mozart and Beethoven.


Fine Line [2 Track CD]
Fine Line [2 Track CD]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars well worth buying, 18 Sept. 2005
This review is from: Fine Line [2 Track CD] (Audio CD)
This single is well worth buying. Fine Line - the a side - is on the new Macca album "Chaos and Creation in the Backyard." The b-side "The Comfort of Love" is only on this single, and I like it! It's a good tune, has lots of piano, veers between pop and rock, and does it all in three minutes. Excellent!

All serious Macca fans must have this single.


Let It Be... Naked
Let It Be... Naked
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars still only a four star album, 18 Nov. 2003
This review is from: Let It Be... Naked (Audio CD)
This is a definite improvement on the Phil Spector version of 'Let it Be.' Better choice of tracks, better sound quality, no over-production. In particular, 'the Long and Winding Road' is very different from Spector's effort - the female choir and the strings are gone. However, the 'Naked' cut isn't that different from the version on 'Anthology 3.' In fact, I prefer the Anthology track - McCartney's vocal has more life, and it keeps his 'yeah, yeah, yeah' right at the end, unlike 'Naked.' Admittedly the 'Naked' version includes some nice organ work; presumably by Billy Preston. But the real problem with 'Naked' is that too many songs are medicore, irrespective of how they are produced. 'For you blue', 'Dig a Pony', 'One after 909' and 'I me mine' just aren't that great. Those four songs mean that this album doesn't compare with the Beatles' finest work. So, only four stars.


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