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Do Ya Think I'm Sexy by Rod Stewart

Yeah, there goes my street cred.

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English Tea

I know the spirit that the song is in, but it doesn't do it for me. Funny enough my ex wife liked it. Hmmmmm..........

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yankeefan7:

edcrawf:English Tea

I know the spirit that the song is in, but it doesn't do it for me. Funny enough my ex wife liked it. Hmmmmm..........

"English Tea" was ok but I don't think it was ever a song everybody loved from CHAOS. If you did not like a song like "Too Much Rain" which I think was universally admired, then it might be different.

Yankeefan,

Good to hear from you again. Too Much Rain is good. I think I prefer MAF slightly more to Chaos. Both great albums, but Chaos could have used something like I Want You To Fly in place of English Tea.

Tea is ok, but not really my cup of tea (yes, pun intended....)

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quad73:Someone should e-mail these deluxe edition suggestions to the Macca staff! NOW!

I hope these do make their way to the staff. So let's see: Unplugged (full show), Back To The Egg Special, Rock Show (full version)......

I don't think we are missing too much more. Some off the top of my head (and I am sorry if these have been mentioned before).

I would figure videos corresponding with each album that are not on McCartney years dvd, making of Broad Street (plus the full film both on a bonus dvd with the re issued album), The Paul McCartney Special (yes I know that it's not as complete as other stuff, but would be nice to have as a historical document), plus releasing Moving On as a bonus dvd to Off The Ground.

Also both versions of The World Tonight video (really the full making of Flaming Pie dvd, plus the full VH-1 show done with John Fugelsang during the album release). While they are at it, re releasing Chaos and Creation with the special edition dvd that was put out at the time.

I think we all seem to have everything listed. If I am being realistic, it would be great if even 20% of what we have listed gets released. This is Paul's chance to get it all out of the vaults.

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Thnking of you George. You are missed here in the physical world but always in our hearts.

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I think it is great that they release whatever they can as soon as possible (without sacrificing quality or content).

I would figure why not do Chaos, Run Devil Run, Driving Rain, McCartney and McCartney II all at the same time?

Hopefully all of the albums might be reissued by the end of the year?

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You know, McCartney III might actually work. I envision it as a straight ahead rocker. Sort of combining the best parts of Chaos, MAF, and Electric Arguments.

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I am very late to this thread but have to agree with Dana Carvey. Definitely an under rated comedian, IMHO.

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If the price keeps going up, maybe there will be no one left on the roads.

It's about $3.30 per gallon in my area and is forcasted to hit $4/gallon by late may (memorial day).

What scares me is I could live to see $6/gallon gas or even higher.

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I would have to go with Pipes of Peace.

While there are some enjoyable songs (Say Say Say, Through Our Love,Tug of Peace), the rest feels like filler. This one os definitely the weakest in what I like to call the George Martin trillogy.

Tug of War just has more passion and GMRTBS (which I do count since there is actually new material on it) seems to flow better as an album.

A close second would be Wild Life. Again, while it also has some good tracks, the bad outweighs the good.

I can always find something good in any of Paul's releases but in these 2 cases, there's very little.

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