Here is my compilation (not necessarily my favourites) though I don't like at all the A-Z idea, because I think the song order is an important thing to make an album work and should be chosen carefully: CD1 1 Beautiful night 2 Coming up 3 Dance 'till we're high 4 Ebony and ivory 5 Fine line 6 Footprints 7 From a lover to friend 8 Here today 9 Hope of deliverance 10 Jenny Wren 11 My brave face 12 My valentine 13 No more lonely nights CD2 1 Only love remains 2 Pipes of peace 3 Quennie eye 4 Riding to vanity fair 5 Rinse the raindrops 6 Say say say 7 Sing the changes 8 So bad 9 Somedays 10 The world tonight 11 We all stand together 12 We got married
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RE: Paul's Solo (Post 1980) more visability
RE: Press to Play
I think when Paul goes experimental it uses to be great, and this is one of these times. Of course there's things that didn't get old well in the right way (Pres...), but other wonderful things. For me Footprints is a wonderful songs. Pretty little head, Angry, However absurd, Tough on a tightrope... Not one of his best albums of course, but an interesting one.
RE: Did Paul's Voice Really Change?
There's no doubt he had lost some of his voice, but for his age he preserves it admirably. I remember last time I saw him live, in 2002 I realized he was preserving his voice for the more difficult moments, where he did an extra effort. If You listen carefully You can realize he has more difficulty with doing such a huge variety of sounds, but he still has one of the best voices one can have ever had.
RE: First Solo Album That I Heard By Paul
I was 8 when Give my regards to Broad Street was released and hearing No more lonely nights in the radio I asked my parents to buy the album, and they did. It was the first album "I bought", although they had bought me Double fantasy by John Lennon when I was 4 and I always was asking to play it, specially the song (Just like) Starting over (which I'm convinced is written by John, at least in part, for Paul). My parents were surprised of how a 4-year-old could like so much that music. When I heard No more lonely nights I liked it but I didn't know who was singing. My mother told me he was one of the Beatles. I was used to hearing some Beatles at home and they already had the album McCartney, and I am sure I had already heard it. In fact I can remember my father was very fond of the song Teddy boy, but I don't remember it so well.
RE: The Art of McCartney- Tribute album
It was said he would do For no one, but finally seems that Bob Dylan will cover Things we said today. http://www.bobdylanisis.com/contents/en-uk/d19.html