"NEW" USE OF MULITPLE PRODUCERS IS GREAT!!!!!!!!
jackpearson last edited by
It is like a Beatles album where the songs sound so different between them. I hope Paul does this with his future albums.
Apple Scruff last edited by
I agree. Every song has a very different feel to it; I really like too.
nowords last edited by
Please be honest do you think having four producers has worked?
Danish Macca last edited by
I think it works really well and I think the album is a great unity..
favoritething last edited by
I think the transition from "Early Days" to "Queenie Eye" is a bit awkward, but other than that, I think it worked out well. It seems this was his way of attempting to stay relevant, and it is true that the Beatles always tried new things in the '60s, so why shouldn't Paul keep doing it? In my view, the multiple-producers idea is much more smoothly-executed and consistent this time around than with "Flowers In The Dirt," and they make better use of modern technology than with that album or "Press To Play."