The Recoup Song Of The Day for Tuesday, November 10th is “Let ‘Em In” by The Polyphonic Spree, taken from the Good Records release We Hope It Finds You Well.
Taken from the Drag City release, Still Dwelling.
Though the usefulness of this recently reissued greatest hits package raises certain questions, it doesn’t detract from the fact that this is a perfect, bare-bones collection of Sir Paul McCartney’s absolute greatest hits.
Taken from the forthcoming Capitol Records release, Egypt Station.
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.
Even during the midst of his creative nadir, Sir Paul could still produce a rare jewel of a song.
One of Wings’ final singles, taken from the doomed Back To The Egg, was one of the band’s finest numbers.
This small, brief text wonderfully captures a relatively undocumented time in Paul McCartney’s life–the 1975 recording sessions in New Orleans.
It isn’t silly…no it isn’t silly…love isn’t silly at all!
Paul McCartney confounded critics and fans alike with the choice for his band Wings’ second single.