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Home-made at his farm in Scotland, this was the first Beatles solo album of original songs — the previous eight solo albums were instrumental, live, not original or not music. Some of the others are a bit disposable. It just reflects how badly they were getting on.
The Yellow Submarine Songtrack compilation album from is a better investment because it is all Beatles. Has a really nice coherent feel, though rather downbeat.
By this stage George was starting to tire of the music industry. In retrospect this feels like the beginning of his withdrawal from being a pop star. A very good solo album by Paul. The album was started prior to his previously-released album Chaos and Creation in the Back Yard, but put on hold while he did that one. Chaos was largely a solo album, but on this one the backing is by his touring band.
It was commercially quite successful. I enjoyed this a lot when it came out, but in retrospect it lacks great songs. Still, it is catchy and was a big hit. His US label, Capitol, failed to see its hit potential and made it the B side of the single, which ranks with some of their mishandling of the early Beatles catalogue in terms of incompetence. Sentimental Journey by Ringo Starr, 24 March Each song on this one is produced by a different celebrity guest, including one by Paul.
Similar in feel and quality to Time Takes Time. Ringo worked hard over many months to make this album. It has really good production, good songs, very good singing.
Despite all this, the album reached only the bottom end of the charts and sold very few copies. His song writing seems to have lost its magic. I was hoping that it might improve on his next album, but we never got to find out properly. InYoko released Double Fantasy Stripped Down, a remixed version that is no better and no worse than the original. Just a bit sparser, which is interesting but not revelatory. Another very good studio album from Ringo. His consistency since has been remarkable, especially considering the rubbish he released from to and his decade of silence after that.
The reminiscing song this time is about his time with Rory Storm and the Hurricanes, the band he left to join The Beatles. One excellent song the title tracksome very good ones and a few relatively weak ones.
George did his only solo concert tour in support of this record 45 shows in the US and Canadabut it went badly, partly because he lost his voice.
All four contributed songs, and three of the four played on it not George. After this very good album, Ringo released a number of absolute stinkers. Concert for Bangladesh by various artists, 20 December The first large-scale charity concert, complete with triple album and movie, initiated and organised by George.
Includes George and Ringo performing Beatles and solo songs with a long list of special guests, most notably Bob Dylan and Eric Clapton. Seems like it should be incredible, but is just very good.
It won a Grammy for album of the year, but I think that way over-states its merits. An instrumental version of the Ram album. Orchestral arrangements by an outside arranger, commissioned by Paul and with Paul as producer. It was recorded in but not released untiland not widely available until released on CD in The most enjoyable parts are classical orchestrations of previously released McCartney songs, but there are also some nice new tracks.
These pieces are mostly arranged for string quartet, which I think is part of the appeal. They are like the classical equivalent of a band. Unusually, the backing is by current members of the All Starr Band. There are four bonus tracks, which are re-recordings of old Ringo and Beatles songs. Ringo must love recording these original albums because they surely lose him money they never chart but he keeps putting one out every couple of years. One of the Paul McCartney Archive Series reissues, featuring the original album remastered plus a heap of extras.
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The demos with Elvis Costello are probably the most interesting of the bonus CDs in the series so far. The download-only tracks are a mixed bags: Score 7 for the bonus tracks. Recorded for a TV show inthis one features The Roundheads, the excellent band he used to record his studio albums, rather than the All Starr Band, who do most of his concerts. The focus is all on Ringo, and the playing is great. Overall, I think this is better than all eight of his live albums with the All Starr Band.
Good quality live-in-the-TV-studio album with members of his studio band. As implied by the name, Ringo tells stories to the studio audience about some of the songs. There is a great selection of solo and Beatles songs. In most of his concerts sinceRingo has been backed by a version of the All Starr Band — an evolving collection of his musician friends and admirers. For many versions of the All Starr Band, he has released a live album.
This is the eighth such live album, and probably the best one. The only new All Starr is Gary Wright, the others being recycled from previous versions: A huge advantage compared to the previous three All Starr Band albums is that the accursed Sheila E is not included in the band.
The tracks on this one are more like proper songs, so it is much more interesting and engaging. A lot of the music was improvised in the studio. The cover was painted by Paul.
Meet the beatles the first album by england phenomenal pop combo value
A remarkable return to form after a run of albums that ranged from fair to awful. All of his studio albums from this point on are at least pretty good and most are better than that. An unusually brief live album from Paul — just one disk. One of the Paul McCartney Archive Series reissues, featuring the original album remastered plus a bonus disk of 7 previously unreleased tracks and 7 tracks from singles, plus 3 download-only bonus tracks, plus a DVD of videos.
Score 7 for the bonus disk. Mostly covers from the s plus a few originals in the same style. A tribute to Linda, who had recently died.
Continues the approach started successfully on Ringo of including lots of famous guest stars including John Lennon, Elton John, and Harry Nilsson and uses the same producer as on Ringo. They are all good performances and interesting to hear, especially if you know the originals. The first of the Paul McCartney Archive Series reissues, featuring the original album remastered plus a bonus disk of 3 songs from singles and 6 previously unreleased tracks, plus an audio documentary about the album first released inplus a DVD of videos.
The bonus tracks are a very good set. One of the Paul McCartney Archive Series reissues, featuring the original album remastered plus a bonus disk of eight previously unreleased songs, plus the mono mix of the album, plus the Thrillington album easy-listening style instrumental version of Ramplus 3 download-only bonus tracks, plus a DVD of videos.
Great live album in all respects except one: You might not notice it, but I find it very distracting and somewhat disturbing. Score 7 would have been 8 but for the auto-tune. Consistent with that, the songs are arranged in a Beatlesy pop sound, with slick production. One of the Paul McCartney Archive Series reissues, featuring the original album remastered plus a bonus disk of 7 previously unreleased songs, plus a DVD of videos.
A small snippet of it had been included uncredited on the original album but here you hear the whole thing. Album given away free by a British newspaper, and not released in any other way. His voice is starting to show its age. Four of these tracks were released in on an e.
The concert was held at Amoeba Music, a shop in Hollywood. One of the Paul McCartney Archive Series reissues, featuring the original album remastered plus a bonus disk of eight previously unreleased live tracks from a concert from the same tour, plus a DVD of videos.
The bonus disk concert lacks some of the magic of the original album. Score 6 for the bonus tracks. A massive collection of studio outtakes, BBC radio performances and a couple of demos, released solely to secure their copyright in Europe for another 70 years.
Lots of repetition of songs, in different versions. For big fans only. Although there are 59 tracks, two of them are repeats! This was his last album for five years.
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Any similarities between the two groups ceased there. Blending avant-garde music with genre-vaulting multimedia projects ranging from short film and video to CD-ROM and DVD releases and the documentary Theory of Obscurity, the group is often on the cutting edge of tech. Yet it also operates as a basic bass, drums, guitar, vocals combo whose music fits alongside such boundary-pushing artists as Captain Beefheart, Frank Zappa and Pere Ubu.
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The version of the Residents that hits the road now is a lean, mean touring machine. While album and merchandise sales kept the group afloat for years, it too has felt the shifting tides of the music business and that has meant fans have been getting a lot more opportunity to see the combo in all its costumed craziness.
Then there is a bit of video as well.