As you know, Paul has released a new "Family" EP to tie into the loose themes of McCartney 3. Looking at the tracklisting for this EP, I found a couple tracks to be very interesting relative to Paul's Post Beatles' career. To name a few, here are some that struck my curiosity:
Mamma's Little Girl - I only mention this one because I recently mentioned this terrific track in the "Paul Bird songs" Post on Maccaoard. Paul menitons "Singing like a Skylark" a couple of times in the lyrics. I always liked this one that I believe became a B-Side for "Put It There" in 1990.
Deliver Your Children - This one really struck my curiosity as it is primarily a Denny Laine composition although Paul might have played a part in the final written piece on the Londontown track. Don't know if Paul had any hand in the final tracklisting for this "Family"EP but I wonder why Paul would have chosen a Denny-Paul song on this EP. Could Paul in any way be extending an "olive branch" to Denny. By the way I always liked this song and is certainly a good "deep" gem on Londontown.
Put It There - One of the great tracks on "Flowers in the Dirt" a song that Paul solely wrote because it was an old saying of his Father's. I would have preferred if Paul or his team would have chosen one of the real good "live" versions of "Put It There"
Heaven on a Sunday - a great inclusion on this EP and it was one of my favorite tracks on the recent Flaming Pie Archive Remastered Edition
Bip Bop - If Paul was part of the tracklisting selection for this new "Family" EP, Paul must have some fond memories of this deep cut from the Wildlife album. He included "Bip Bop" on this last Compilation Package "Pure McCartney" which was a big surprise to me because he left off many good and better tracks in my opinion. It's a fun rocking track but seriously lacking in the lyric department. I think it was a easy track that Paul wrote and wanted his "new Post Beatles'band to play "live" on their "University shows" and that is why he later included it on Wildlife album that he quickly released.
Little Woman Love - Another curious track because it is another unreleased song. I first heard it on the "One Hand Clapping" live segment on the Band on the Run Archive Edition.