After further deliberatlion, I agree with Yankeefan and others that it is too soon for Paul to have another Compilation. AFterall, Paul's last compilation was released in 2016. I agree that Paul should wait a few years (and more new music) for Paul to relase another one.
Unless Paul has another new album/cd ready for June of 2022, I think what Paul should do is release a new album to celebrate his 80th birthday milestone. This would not be a total "new" album but for many consumers who like Paul in general, this would be "like" new music. The title would be LEFTOVERS AND RARITIES and it would focus on the many songs (and even some unreleased material) that didn't make it on his many original Post Beatles' Albums. I see it as a 2 Volume Set (2 Discs on each set) and Volume would have a timeline of 1970 to 1997 (through Flaming Pie).
I am going in general chronological order so here is my proposed tracklist:
LEFTOVERS AND RARITIES
1. Oh Woman, Oh Why (B-side to Another Day) great vocls by Paul
2. A Love For You (Leftover from Ram and I think the "In-Laws" Soundtrack version is the best. Great Ram like vocals
3. Give Ireland Back to the Irish (Single that was banned in Great Britian) Love Paul's vocals and great guital work by Henry McCullough.
4. The Mess (B-side to the My Love Single) Really good rocker and again great guitar work by Henry McCullough
5. Country Dreamer (B-Side to the Helen Wheels Single) Great little country tune.
6. I LIe Around (B-Side to Live and Let Die Single
7. Sally G (B-side to Junior's Farm Single) great little country tune written in Nashville TN
8. Soily (b-side to Maybe I'm Amazed Rockshow single)
9. I'm Carrying (great little deep track on London Town and B-side to the titel track London Town) later released in 2003 on the "In-Laws" Soundtrack.
10. Girls' School (B-side to Mull of Kintyre Single) really good single that got a lot of airplay in the US in 1977
11. Daytime Nightime Suffering (B-Side to Goodnight Suffering Single)
12. Cage (Unreleased and during the Back to the Egg Sessions) really good relatively unknown Paul song
13. Arrow Through Me (Best Song on Back to the Egg imo and the Remaster on Youtube is great)
14. Wanderlust (my favorite version in from the Give My Regards to Broad Street and there is a little snippet of Here There and Everywhere at the end which I love)
15. The Pound is Sinking (anotehr great track on Tug of War with Paul's great vocals
16. Rainclouds (great Tug of War leftover and B-Side to Ebony and Ivory Single) great Pipes from Paddy Malonry (RIP)
17. Tough on a Tightrope (not on original Press to Play album but later added to the CD)
18. Write Away (Another great added song on Press to Play) great funky and catchy Paul tune with great keyboard solo by Eddie Raynor from Split Enz
19. Only Love Rremains Great ballad and I love the "Live" version on the Tube show with Paul playing piano with Linda and Judith Light (from Who's the Boss fame) providing back-up vocals. Great version with a great sax player. It was different than the studio version that had the strings. Love Paulj's vocal with a little snippet of Great Balls of Fire (Jerry Lee Lewis) at the end.
20. Yvonne's The One (Unrelased track from the Press to Play Sessions) great track and better than a few of the cuts on the official Album
21. On the Wings of a Nightingale (great demo that Paul wrote for the Everly Brothers) simply a great song that should be heard by fans
22. Lovliest Thing (Another great unreleased song until the Flowers in the Dirt Remaster) This is one of my favorites from Paul's relatively unknown songs and imo should have veen on the Flowers in the Dirt.
23. Put It There (Live version from Tripping the Live Fantastic album and in my opinion even better than studio version. One of Paul's best Post Beatles' songs imo
24. My Brave Face (one of my favs on Flowers in the Dirt and it love the studio version
25. Back On My Feet (one of paul's first collaborations with Elvis Costello and unfortunately left off the Flowers in the Dirt Album. Even though it later became a B-side to the Once Upon a Long Ago Single) I love Paul's demo the best with just Paul at the piano with a great vocal. So pure imo without all the bells and whistles.
26. That Day is Done (Paul and Elvis's Demo which I think is better than studio version)