So glad Bruce started this topic...a Paul McCartney sings "Rock and Roll" CD.
Here is my "All Solo" Paul Rock and Roll CD
In no particular order:
1. Oh Woman Oh Why - great B-side to Another Day; great rocker and vocals
2. The Mess - "live at the Hague"...great Henry McCullough bluesy guitar solo and should have been on Red Rose Speedway
3. Best Friend "live in Antwerp" another track that should have been on the 2nd half of Red Rose Speedway. Who sings early Rock and Roll better than Paul?
4. Give Ireland Back to the Irish - great protest song and rocker that was banned in Great Britain. Would have made Wildlife a much better album imo.
5. No Other Baby - great Paul cover on Run Devil Run and the "live" version done at the Cavern Club was even better
6. Try Not to Cry - a Paul original on Run Devil Run...The "live version at the Caven Club is even better than the studio. Love David Gilmour's guitar solo
7. Shake a Hand - another Paul cover on Run Devil Run and the live version at the Cavern Club is even better. So glad that Bruce had this one on his list.
8. Run Devil Run - another Paul original and the title cut on Run Devil Run with great Paul vocals.
9. Lonely Road - great opening track on the Driving Rain CD...so glad Paul did it "live" on his subsequent tour.
10. About You - agree totally with Yankeefan and a great rocker on Driving Rain.
11. Sing the Changes - great "live version" when Paul appeared " live" in New York City at Citi Field. The best version imo. Love the way Paul gives NYC a little "nod" by adding it to the lyrics. Also love Abe's drumming!
12. Slidin - great rocker on McCartney 3 and just as good as Helter Skelter imo.
13. Only Mama Knows - great rocker on Memory Almost Full and so glad Paul did it "live" quite a bit.
14. The Pound is Sinking - great rocker on Tug of War; love Paul's vocals.
15. Flying to My Home - a great rocker that should have been on Flowers in the Dirt imo.
16. Beware My Love - a great rocker on "At the Speed of Sound"
Of course I could have added a couple more tracks but I think this would be a great CD. Thanks