Tag: Paul McCartney
Eric Stewart was one of the visionaries behind 10CC, and is notable for his work with Paul McCartney. This satisfying collection examines his solo work, with a handful of late-era 10CC songs to boot.
Last year, we sat down and had a long, compelling conversation with Mike McCartney about his delightful one-off album, McGough & McGear and the era that produced it.
This excellent documentary offers a glimpse into the life and times of The Beatles. Though the history is well-known, this film gives a fresh look behind the curtain of the first four years of the Beatles’ professional existence.
The long-awaited reissue of the Beatles’ only official live album may have taken nearly four decades, but it was worth the wait; Giles Martin has done wonders in terms of cleaning up the 1977 mix.
Though the MDA Telethon is no more, we revisit one of our favorite memories from the golden era of the Labor Day tradition.
This no-frills four-disc set is the best comprehensive look at Sir Paul McCartney’s storied four decades of solo work, leaving virtually no stone unturned.
A fun little ditty from 1986, from an overlooked era desperately in need of critical reevaluation. Ace video, too!
Even during the midst of his creative nadir, Sir Paul could still produce a rare jewel of a song.
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.
One of Wings’ final singles, taken from the doomed Back To The Egg, was one of the band’s finest numbers.