|Oobu Joobu Part 11 - Front Cover||Oobu Joobu Part 11 - Back Cover|
|Catalogue No.||YC 055|
|CD Matrix No.||95256212|
|Country Of Origin||"Made in Israel"|
|Comments:||Oobu Joobu is a radio program created, directed and presented by Deejay Paul McCartney.
A Westwood One Radio Show, that was a series of 13 one hour programs running from Memorial Day to Labour Day in the U.S. Remarkably, the short-sighted radio producers of this country did not take up the offer to broadcast the show.
This edition was broadcast 24th July 1995.
All Oobu Joobu releases are taken from the C.D.'s that were used to distribute the show and are therefore in pure C.D. quality. As these shows are made for radio, one can hear pauses where the show lets the advertisers have a turn. Each of these breaks is preceded and follwed with an Oobu Joobu jingle. I have marked where the ad breaks occur.
The packaging is also very nice with a booklet containing excellent pictures and a full Yellow Cat catalogue.
|1||Introduction/Oobu Joobu||Paul's introduction and radio jingle||1:18|
|2||Shake Rattle and Roll||Long Rehearsal (January 1993 ?)||6:28|
|3||Rockit||Herbie Hancock (July 1983 reached no.8)||4:22|
|4||Oobu Joobu Intro||Jingle||0:30|
|5||Honey Don't||Soundcheck in Detroit, Pontiac dome 4/6/93||3:17|
|6||If I Were Not Upon The Stage||Partial||0:24|
|8||Like A Hurricane||Neil Young (from "Unplugged")||4:35|
|9||Motor Of Love (+Oobu Jingle)||Rude Studios||5:18|
|10||Feel No Pain||Unknown artist, Jamaica||3:04|
|11||Your School||Unreleased track, partial piano demo||1:41|
|12||Get Back||Tour rehearsal (January 1993 ?)||4:10|
|13||Rodina: Song Of The Fatherland||Woman's choir from Sofia, Bulgaria||1:34|
|15||Cook Of The House||Linda's recipe spot - Dill and cucumber dip||1:31|
|16||Tomorrow's Light||Soundcheck in Detroit, Pontiac dome 4/6/93||4:12|
|17||Three Pieces for Blues Band and Orchestra||William Rousseau||2:06|
|18||Oobu Joobu Outro||Jingle||0:41|
|19||Vocal Jam||Close harmony||0:48|
|20||Walking In The Meadow||From Rupert The Bear||2:23|
|21||Sea Melody||From Rupert The Bear and later used as a theme within "Standing Stone"||2:12|
|22||Rupert Song (#2)||From Rupert The Bear||3:43|