3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney “Press” (1986)(0)
A fun little ditty from 1986, from an overlooked era desperately in need of critical reevaluation. Ace video, too!
3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney & Wings “My Love” (1973)
Even during the midst of his creative nadir, Sir Paul could still produce a rare jewel of a song.
3AM Eternal: Paul McCartney, “One And One Is Two” (1964)
What this rough-sounding demo lacks in audio fidelity, it makes up in charm; one of Paul’s lesser-known numbers from their given-to-others pile of songs.
3AM Eternal: Wings, “Getting Closer” (1979)
One of Wings’ final singles, taken from the doomed Back To The Egg, was one of the band’s finest numbers.
3AM Eternal: McGough & McGear, “Mr. Tickle” (1968)
We’re back! Our dormant daily feature is back, and this time, we’re paying tribute to Paul McCartney and his music. First up…an interesting little number, which leads us into today’s big feature…
3AM Eternal: The Flaming Lips With Neon Indian, “Is David Bowie Dying?” (2011)
He was…we just didn’t know it at the time.
3AM Eternal: Buddy Holly, “Raining In My Heart” (1959)
Death couldn’t stop Buddy Holly from releasing new music; this fine single was but the first of many great posthumous releases.
3AM Eternal: Guided By Voices, “Everybody Thinks I’m A Raincloud (When I’m Not Looking)” (2004)
The opening track to Guided By Voices’ “final” album prior to their 2004 split, a song from the negative Nancy’s side of things.
3AM Eternal: The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Still Raining, Still Dreaming” (1968)
And now…the exciting conclusion to “Rainy Day, Dream Away!”
3AM Eternal: The Fortunes, “Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again” (1971)
Sunshine pop for a rainy day? Why not?!?