|McGear - REAR Cover
|McGear - FRONT Cover
|McGear - Inside Gatefold
|The Beatles Contribution:
|Paul, Linda and Wings all play a prominent part.
|27th September 1974
|U.K. Album Chart Detail :
|Did NOT Chart
|Mike McGear's second solo album release.
Mike McGear (b.7th Jan. 1944) was very succesful in the early sixties with John Gorman and Roger McGough before it became known that his real name was McCartney, brother of Paul. He quite rightly wanted to prove that he could be successful under his own steam, and this he did.
The album is produced by Paul McCartney.
The excellent cover is designed by Derek of Seabrook/Graves/Aslett (Hollywood Cover Conceptionalists), with photographs by James Wedge amd the collage by Babara Brunsdon. The inner gatefold has a giant Mike sitting over Liverpool and the Mersey. The front has Mike captured like Gulliver, surrounded by little black and white people. If one looks very closely, Paul is clearly seen bottom right, Linda can be seen astride a horse, Robert Dougal (newsreader) is on a high stool and Buzz Aldrin is in spacesuit.
The run-out groove on side one has "MELYS !" etched into it, whilst side two has "MELYS & PAULS".
|What Do We Really Know ?
|Have You Got Problems ?
|Simply Love You
|Givin' Grease A Ride
|The Man Who Found God On The Moon
1997, a first C.D. issue on Rykodisc with catalogue number RCD 10192 with ONE bonus track.
|Dance The Do