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Summers Day Song - Paul McCartney - McCartney II (CD, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">Vojind </cite>
    McCartney II is the second solo studio album by English musician Paul McCartney, released on 16 May It was recorded mostly alone by McCartney at his home studio in shortly before the dissolution of his band Wings in The album is a significant departure for McCartney, as much of it relies heavily on synthesizers and studio experimentation, while its music style ranges from synth.
  • <cite class="fn">Voodoora </cite>
    セイコー 腕時計 SEIKO 時計 セイコーファイブ SEIKO5 メンズ グレー SNKK1,Paul McCartney / McCartney II (w/DVD) (Deluxe Edition) (輸入盤CD)(ポール・マッカートニー).
  • <cite class="fn">Fem </cite>
    I also would have liked a CD version of THE MCCARTNEY INTERVIEW album that was released as a Limited Edition by Columbia Records in A UK Parlophone release of that LP, issued with the catalog number CHAT 1, was withdrawn after just one day at Paul's insistence. Perhaps that is the reason for its exclusion/5().
  • <cite class="fn">Meztizshura </cite>
    Both singles were made available during the year in which McCartney II was released. This album was recorded at home. The microphones were plugged directly into the back of a Studer 16 track tape machine, bypassing the recording console.
  • <cite class="fn">Faugal </cite>
    The version on this album however is most definitely am entirely different recording because all of the McCartney II tracks were done during one group of sessions at Paul’s home in summer of In any event, “Horseriders” is perhaps McCartney’s very worst song, the absolute nadir of his available recording legacy.
  • <cite class="fn">Fausar </cite>
    Nov 17,  · McCartney II is the second completely solo studio album by Paul McCartney, and the first since the formation of Wings in It was released in , a year before the band's dissolution and while their future lay in limbo. The album is a significant departure for McCartney, as much of it relies heavily on synthesizers and studio experimentation/5().
  • <cite class="fn">Nejind </cite>
    Jan 29,  · “Summer Day’s Song” is the same as released on McCartney II but is instrumental only. The first disc ends with two more unreleased tunes, “You Know I’ll Get You Baby” and “Bogey Wobble.” The former is a synth heavy song with Paul and Linda repeating the title repeatedly.
  • <cite class="fn">Zolonris </cite>
    McCartney II is the third solo studio album by Paul McCartney, and the first since the formation of Wings, in It was released in , a year before the band's dissolution and while their future lay in limbo. The album is a significant departure for McCartney, as much of the album relies heavily on synthesisers and studio experimentation. The album was reissued on 13 June as part of.

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