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'LEGENDARY ARTIST' 'GREAT ALBUM'
on 23 May 2014
'Paul McCartney' has continued to write and record new material for over fifty years
now, of course his career started way back in the early sixties as one of the 'Fab-Four'
when the 'Beatles' split he started out as a solo-artist and charted with 'Another Day'
back in 71' a number two-hit, this was followed up by a lower-order entry sung with
his wife 'Linda'
He then formed the group 'Wings' having constant chart success for around seven years,
before going solo again which has continued up to the present day.
Surprisingly since the parting of the ways of the 'Beatles' despite the popularity of both
his solo and 'Wing's' releases 'Paul' has only actually achieved four number one's down
the years, though of course having countless Chart -Entries, the number ones were -
'Mull of Kintyre' - 'Wings' (1977) 'Ebony and Ivory' performed with 'Stevie Wonder' (1982)
'Pipes of Peace' -Solo (1983) and in a collaboration of artists 'Ferry 'Cross The Mersey'
back in 89' the latter not included on this album.
Among some of the many great songs included on this 17-Track CD -- 'Jet' 'Band on the
Run' 'No More Lonely Nights' 'Silly Love Songs' 'Let'em In' 'Live and Let Die' 'We All
Stand Together' (The Frog Song) and 'Say Say Say' sung with 'M.J' among the track list.
This an album that includes many of 'The Wings' favourites along with several of his solo
successes down the years.
'Paul McCartney' -Prolific Songwriter' 'Extraordinary Entertainer' 'Music Legend'
This album giving an example of 'Paul's' amazing post - 'Beatles' career, certainly an
essential collector's item, especially if you've followed his music down the years