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Paul McCartney - The McCartney Interview mp3

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Interprète: Paul McCartney
Titre: The McCartney Interview
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1980
Style: Interview
Catégorie: Non musique
Classement: 4.9
Catalogue #: A2S 821
Label: Columbia


1The Beatles Conquest Of America
2Negative Criticism Of The Beatles And Wings
3Paying Dues In Hamburg & Liverpool
4New Wave / Early Beatles
5Give Ireland Back To The Irish, Hi Hi Hi / Banned Songs / Children's Songs / Mary Had A Little Lamb
6Lennon McCartney Songwriting
7I Am The Walrus
8Weathering Pressures
9Rubber Soul / Revolver
10How Wings Started
11The McCartney Interview (Complete) Part 129:51
12McCartney II
13Beatles' Haircuts And Image
14His Influences
15The White Album / Tension / Helter Skelter
16Getting Married / Changing Perspective / Waterfalls
17Early Beatles Mixes
18The McCartney Interview (Complete) Part 224:41
19The Sgt. Peppers Story
20Band On The Run
21Venus And Mars / Wild Life
22Pop Music & Radio
23Musical Direction / Ringo/George / Hey Jude
24Creating The Beatles Sound
25New Wave, Bowie, Ferry, Elvis
26Fame And Success
27Playing Bass
28Beatles Imitators
29Video Of Coming Up
30Abbey Road
31Musical Background
32Stage Fright During The Beatles And Wings


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CHAT 1, OC 034-64 292Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP)Parlophone, ParlophoneCHAT 1, OC 034-64 292UK1980
EPS-27001Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP)OdeonEPS-27001Japan1980
2C 070-64292, 2C 070-64.292Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP, Album)Parlophone, Parlophone2C 070-64292, 2C 070-64.292France1981
A2S 821 (2 LP set)Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(2xLP)ColumbiaA2S 821 (2 LP set)US1980
PC 36987Paul McCartney The McCartney Interview ‎(LP, Ltd, RE)ColumbiaPC 36987US1981


  • Photography ByLinda McCartney


Complete Interview on Record 1, and Edited Banded for Airplay Version on Record 2. the 1st Catalog # is from Spine and appears on Each Lp. the 2nd Catalog # is a variation on Record 1, and the 3rd Variation appears on Record 2.

2-Record set came with promo letter from Columbia Records & Musician Player & Listener magazine (August 1980) which was the source of the interview.


Originally Recorded for Musician: Player and Listener Magazine.


  • Other (LP 1 Cat #): AS 822
  • Other (LP 2 Cat #): AS 823



McCartney is the debut solo album by English musician Paul McCartney, released on 17 April 1970 by Apple Records. He recorded the album in secrecy, mostly using basic home-recording equipment at his house in St John's Wood. Mixing and some later recording took place at professional studios in London. In its preference for loosely arranged performance, McCartney eschewed the polish of the Beatles' past records in favour of a lo-fi style. Apart from occasional contributions by his wife, Linda, he. Side One. McCartney II. Negative Criticism Of The Beatles And Wings. His Influences. Venus and Mars, Wild Life. Band on the Run. Musical Direction, Ringo, George, Hey Jude. The White Album, Tension, Helter Skelter. Abbey Road. Musical Background. Early Beatles Mixes. The Sgt. Pepper's Story. The cover photography was taken by Linda McCartney. From : EMI engineers added a bonus clue to this album. Its a little note from Paul that appears at the end of side two, in the outgroove, just before the needle lifts. If you play the outgroove backwards, Paul says: Im still a Walrus. Contribute Have you spotted an error on the page . 13 tracks . Hello We have detected Русский as your language preference. To change your preferred language, please choose a language using the dropdown. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Altre immagini. The McCartney album was good fun, Paul remembers, because I got a machine from EMI, only a four-track, and I just had it in my living room where I lived in London at the time. Id just go in for the day like Monsieur Magritte. Go in and do a little bit of stuff and make something up, and knock off in the evenings. Release Date: 17th April 1970 UK, 20th April 1970 USA Paul McCartney - All instruments and vocals Linda McCartney - Harmonies All tracks composed by Paul McCartney Produced & arranged by Paul McCartney. related media. MPL Communications Ltd. ClashMusic Interview: Read an interview with former Beatles Sir Paul McCartney about the Beatles albums as they are reissued and release a Rock Band. Paul McCartney: That was always a last minute thing, the sequencing of the tracks. Wed just make the songs and then wed kind of sit down with a little list. Actually, what we used to do is wed cut up the list and then play with it like a little jigsaw, and then go, Oh, that looks good, what about that So yeah, it was just a last minute thing with the group and George Martin. Paul McCartney retreated from the spotlight of the Beatles by recording his first solo album at his home studio, performing nearly all of the instruments himself. Appropriately, McCartney has an endearingly ragged, homemade quality that makes even its filler - and there is quite a bit of filler - rather ingratiating. Only a handful of songs rank as full-fledged McCartney classics, but those songs - the light folk-pop of That Would Be Something, the sweet, gentle Every Night, the ramshackle Beatles leftover Teddy Boy, and the staggering Maybe I'. Sir Paul McCartney has revealed he once recorded a secret Christmas album just for the family that gets brought out each year at the McCartney household. So I actually went into my studio over a couple of years and I made one. Sir Paul said he would never release the demo of traditional Christmas carol instrumentals, despite it being popular with his children and grandchildren. The kids like it, he told Sarah Montague