Flaming Pie (Paul McCartney Archive Collection)

Paul McCartney
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Label UMe/Capitol
Catalogue No. 086 1769   (Barcode: 6 02508 61769 0)
Release date 31st July 2020
Total time 6 hours 49 minutes and 43 seconds
C.D. 1 - 53:48
C.D. 2 - 35:54
C.D. 3 - 34:34
C.D. 4 - 74:55
C.D. 5 - 60:32
D.V.D. 1 - 73:13
D.V.D. 2 - 76:47
U.K. Album Chart Detail :
Entry Date :7th August 2020
Highest Position :14
Weeks in Chart :1
Detail : Originally in 1997 Paul's twenty-sixth "solo" album release - this version was the thirteenth in the Paul McCartney Archive Collection
For detail of the original 1997 album see here: Flaming Pie

The July 2020 archive re-issue was released in multiple formats:
Special Edition 2-CD - the remastered 14-track album on disc one. 21 bonus tracks on disc two.
Deluxe Edition Seven discs - 5-CD/2-DVD in a numbered limited edition cloth-wrapped clamshell boxed set;
                          The original 14-track album remastered at Abbey Road,
                          Two bonus audio discs; one of home recordings, the other of studio outtakes,
                          A further audio disc; b-sides and Oobu Joobu sections,
                          A further audio disc; "Flaming Pie At The Mill" - Paul's hour-long tour of his studio,
                          A DVD featuring live and music videos, some previously unreleased and exclusive content,
                          A DVD featuring "In The World Tonight",
                          a 128-page book,
                          a 64-page photo book capturing Wings In Morocco,
                          Facsimiles of John Hammel studio notebook, Club Sandwich Magazine, and a Flaming Pie plectrum,
                          And an envelope containing handwritten lyrics for 8 tracks and The Flame newspaper (and a download link).
Remastered vinyl 2-LP version containing the contents of the special edition.
Collectors Edition The deluxe edition plus 4-LP's

7th August 2020 - Entered the album chart at a very impressive number 14.
14th August 2020 - but by the next chart, it had disappeared out of the Top 100

The longest set in the Archive Collection so far at almost seven hours.
And a nice very thick sturdy glossy box.


Disc One - Remastered C.D. Album


No. Track Composer Recording Information Time
1 The Song We Were Singing McCartney Recording began 6th November 1995
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, harmony vocal, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, double bass, harmonium.
Jeff Lynne - harmony vocal, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboard.

Written in Jamaica in early January 1995, this was the first number taped by Paul in his initial album sessions with Jeff Lynne. Among the instruments Paul plays here is the standup bass originally owned by Bill Black and used on Elvis Presley's earliest and greatest hits - including "Heartbreak Hotel", the recording that seized the soul and assaulted the senses of a schoolboy Paul McCartney in 1956.
"I was remembering the Sixties; sitting around late at night, dossing, smoking pipes, drinking wine ... jawing, talking about the cosmic solution. It was what we were all doing... all that "What about... wow !" It's that time in your life when you got a chance for all that."

2 The World Tonight McCartney Recording began 13th November 1995
Originally entitled, "I Saw You Sitting".
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, harmony vocal, drums, bass guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, percussion
Jeff Lynne - harmony vocal, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboard

The second song from Paul's initial sessions (there were four in all) with Jeff Lynne took what had been an acoustic, folk-tinged demo and imbued it with a progressively heavier treatment. "The World Tonight" was written while on holiday in America in 1995 - of the 14 songs on Flaming Pie only the title track, "Somedays" and "Great Day" were composed in England, for the muse tends to strike Paul most often when he's on holiday.
"The lyrics were just gathering thoughts. Like 'I go back so far, I'm in front of me' - I don't know where that came from, but if I'd been writing with John he would have gone "OK, leave that one in; we don't know what it means but we do know what it means'."

3 If You Wanna McCartney Recording began 11th May 1995
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, drums, bass guitar, electric guitar, 12 string acoustic guitar
Steve Miller - harmony vocal, electric guitar, acoustic guitar

Having renewed their friendship - and musical kinship - working on "Young Boy", Paul and Steve Miller combined again, in similar fashion, with this. The song was already a couple of years old at the point of recording, having been composed when Paul's "New World Tour" reached Minneapolis, and a day off, in May 1993, which resulted in numerous hours inside a skyscraper hotel room that extended its head into the clouds. Inspired by being in (still then The Artist Known As) Prince's home city, Paul sat with a guitar and wrote a "driving across America" song.
"I wanted to write something that would reflect America, for when you're driving across the desert on that big road with the flat horizon. I'll take you for a ride in my Cadillac ... I'll take you to The Coast for a holiday ... When they say 'The Coast', they don't mean Blackpool. "

4 Somedays McCartney Recording began 1st November 1995
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, acoustic guitar, spanish guitar, bass guitar

At first, one session was all it took to commit "Somedays" on to tape, but Paul felt that it could be enhanced by an arrangement. At this time he was occasionally meeting with George Martin at Abbey Road, sifting through unissued archive Beatles recordings for the Anthology albums (and still nervous, 30 years on, that he would not be the cause of any musical breakdowns ...), and Paul asked George if he would listen to "Somedays" and consider scoring it for an orchestra.
"I see you haven't lost your touch!" was the considered response.
A 14-piece ensemble overdubbed their contribution on 10 June 1996.
"I'd driven Linda to a photo session for one of her cookery assignments. Knowing she'd be about two hours, I set myself a deadline to write a song in that time - so that when she'd finished and would say 'Did you get bored? What did you do?', I could say 'Oh. I wrote this song. Wanna hear it?'"

5 Young Boy McCartney Recording began 22nd February 1995
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, drums, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, Hammond organ
Steve Miller - backing vocal, electric guitar, rhythm guitar

The emerging talent of young guitarist James McCartney had been prompting son-to-father questions about "early days". Among the pieces re-played from the vinyl years had been 'My Dark Hour', recorded by Steve Miller and (hiding under the pseudonymous surname Ramon) Paul McCartney in May 1969, after a Beatles Abbey Road session had broken up following a business quabble. Listening again to 'My Dark Hour' Paul was minded to resume the double-act after a 25 year pause, venturing out to Miller's studio in snowbound Idaho after the Beatles had completed 'Real Love'. The two musicians set to work in the same manner as before, Paul drumming while Steve wound up the lead guitar. Paul and Steve then played guitar tracks, Paul added bass and the lead vocal, and Steve contributed harmonies.
"This was another written against the clock. I wrote it in the time that it took Linda to cook a lunch for a feature in The New York Times. It was great to renew my Sixties friendship with Steve Miller; working with Steve again was like falling back into an old habit."

6 Calico Skies McCartney Recorded 3rd September 1992
Personnel :
Paul - vocal, acoustic guitar, knee slap/percussion

While it wreaked havoc in the north-east US, the category-three storm Hurricane Bob that made landfall in August 1991 prompted Paul (then staying in Long Island) to sit with an acoustic guitar and write what he describes as "a gentle love song that becomes a Sixties protest song". Paul invited George Martin to co-produce the piece, which - owing to its instrumental simplicity - was started, finished and mixed within a single session. The earliest recording on Flaming Pie.
"Bob, the hurricane, knocked out all the power; it was all candlelight, cooking on a woodfire. Very primitive, but we like that enforced simplicity. I couldn't play records, so I made up little acoustic pieces. This was one of them - it's a primitive little powercut memory."

7 Flaming Pie McCartney Recorded 27th February 1996
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, harmony vocal, piano, drums, bass guitar, electric guitar
Jeff Lynne - harmony vocal, electric guitar

The "pie" lyric that had arrived unto Paul on horseback fitted perfectly with some funky riffs he and Jeff Lynne had evolved days earlier while waiting to overdub guitars onto 'Souvenir'. With lyric and music suddenly fashioned, 'Flaming Pie' was recorded quickly - for, entirely appropriately, Paul suggested that the song be taped with the speed that the Beatles often worked, cutting three songs in a day. Setting themselves a four hour deadline, the track came together with relative ease, Paul singing live to his own piano accompaniment with Jeff on guitar before adding drums and bass, and then, guitars and harmony vocals.
"John joked that the name Beatles came in a vision from a man on a flaming pie, coming unto us... you are Beatles with an A. I was riding with my missus, thinking of lyrics, searching for a rhyme with 'sky'...'bye'... 'cry'... 'pie'. The story came back and I thought 'Ooo, flaming pie'. "

8 Heaven On A Sunday McCartney Recording began 16th September 1996
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, backing vocals, drums, bass guitar, electric guitar and acoustic solo, acoustic guitar, Fender Rhodes, harpsichord, vibraphone, percussion
Jeff Lynne - backing vocals, acoustic guitar
James McCartney - electric guitar solo
Linda - backing vocals
Michael Thompson, Richard Bissill, Richard Watkins, John Pigneguy - French horns

Paul's son, 19 year old James makes his first guitar appearance on disc. Paul said, "I played the acoustic stuff and left the Young Turk to play the hot electric stuff." When proud Dad suggested formal lessons, James's response, "Well you didn't, Dad", echoed down the decades from 1950s Liverpool. Like father, like son. Or, as Paul puts it, "The saga continues..."
"I was out sailing in a small boat; just me, the sail, the wind. Peaceful, Like Heaven on a Sunday. That opening line led me through the song. I thought it'd be nice to play with James, my son, so we traded phrases. Lovely to do."

9 Used To Be Bad Miller-McCartney Recorded 5th May 1995
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, drums, bass guitar Steve Miller - lead vocal, electric guitar

Having enjoyed 'Young Boy' Steve Miller was keen to extend the collaboration, wanting to get Paul singing some "Texas blues". As a consequence, he arrived at their second set of sessions with dozens of guitar riffs. This prompted Paul to climb behind the drum kit and the pair played away for some time, kicking around ideas, until Miller began adding words to the jam, utilising blues lines like "I used to be bad but I don't have to be bad no more". Once the piece had gelled Paul overdubbed bass and Steve added some solos before they traded the vocal lines.
"This was just a jam, really. Steve whacked out these blues riffs, I got on the drums and we just went for it - a duet, sung on one mike. We did the vocal in one take."

10 Souvenir McCartney Recording began 19th February 1996
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, backing vocal, drums, piano, harpsichord, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass guitar
Jeff Lynne - backing vocal, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboard
Kevin Robinson - trumpet
Chris 'Snake' Davis - saxophone
Dave Bishop - baritone saxophone

Written during a relaxing holiday in Jamaica in January 1995, the later studio recording of 'Souvenir' saw Paul anxious to replicate the easy atmosphere of his original demo, which carried the additional sounds of a ringing telephone and tropical downpour. So the demo was laid into the multi-track tape as a guide for the studio recording and each element of the original was carefully listened to and replicated. The 78-rpm-like coda was added after Jeff and Paul saw co-engineer Jon Jacobs carrying a key-fob with a built-in sound sampler. The end vocal effect was added using this as the medium.
"I had a sort of Wilson Pickett, R&B number in mind with this. I could imagine some soul guy getting to grips with it. It's a favourite of mine and I'm looking forward, hopefully, to some R&B singer doing it."

11 Little Willow McCartney Recording began 21st November 1995
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, backing vocal, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, Spanish guitar, electric guitar, piano, harpsichord, harmonium, mellotron, percussion effects
Jeff Lynne - backing vocal, electric spinette harpsichord

'Little Willow' was written after Paul learned of the death of a dear friend. He created the song not only as an immediate personal response to the sadness but, hopefully, as a salve for his late friend's children. The studio recording, begun ten months later (on the day that The Beatles Anthology 1, with 'Free As A Bird', was released), is an eloquent combination of voice and instrumentation, Paul's work being augmented by Jeff Lynne.
"I wanted to somehow convey how much I thought of her. For her and her kids. It certainly is heartfelt and I hope it will help a bit."

12 Really Love You McCartney-Starkey Recording began 14th May 1996
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, backing vocal, bass guitar, electric guitar, Wurlitzer piano
Jeff Lynne - backing vocal, electric guitar
Ringo Starr - drums

The day after Ringo and Paul recorded 'Beautiful Night' the pair returned to the studio and began a jam session, Paul plucking his Hofner Violin bass, Ringo beating the drums and Jeff Lynne playing guitar. Three pieces evolved inside half an hour, 'Really Love You' best charting the desired R&B groove, with Paul adding an off-the-cuff vocal. Credited to McCartney/Starkey - a first-ever credit for a released tune - the jam was completed by some guitar and vocal overdubs and mixed after Ringo had returned home. Played to him over the telephone by Paul, Ringo's response - "It's relentless!" - remains the best description of the finished result.
"Doing Beautiful Night with Ringo wasn't enough. I wanted more fun. So we jammed. The actor's worst dream is being on stage not knowing what play he's in - doing this vocal was like that, you can go anywhere. You've got to clear your mind - and play bass - let your head go and ad-lib it all."

13 Beautiful Night McCartney Recording began 13th May 1996
Personnel :
Paul - lead vocal, backing vocal, bass guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano, Wurlitzer piano, Hammond organ, additional percussion
Jeff Lynne backing vocal, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
Ringo Starr drums, backing vocal at end, additional percussion
Linda - backing vocals

Working on the Anthology prompted Paul to suggest that he and Ringo renew a collaboration not experienced for ten years. 'Beautiful Night' was a decade old itself, and a recording made in New York had been on the shelf, unused, since 1986. With Paul at the piano and Ringo on drums (playing, incidentally, a replica arrangement of his own kit, which Paul had bought and modelled on Ringo's set up after the 'Real Love sessions) the song came together comfortably. Wanting to play some guitar on the end, Paul also introduced a new element to his composition, the uptempo finale. Finally, the recording was enhanced by an orchestral arrangement scored by George Martin and overdubbed at Abbey Road on St Valentine's Day 1997.
"I unearthed this old song for when Ringo was coming, changed a few lyrics and it was really like the old days, I realised that we hadn't done this for so long, but it was very comfortable. And it was still there."

14 Great Day McCartney Recorded 3rd September 1992
Personnel :
Paul - vocal, acoustic guitar, leg slap/percussion
Linda - backing vocals

Seeking a short, simple song to close Flaming Pie, Paul McCartney has searched back 25 years to find 'Great Day', an acoustic number that he and Linda used to perform "sitting around the kitchen or when the children were dancing". The candlelit evenings in Long Island, enforced by Hurricane Bob in August 1991, not only led Paul to write 'Calico Skies' but also found him plucking this one from the memory vault. So, a year later, in the same session that he recorded his new number with George Martin, Paul also committed 'Great Day' to tape for the first time (despite its years), not changing a hair of the arrangement or lyric.
"It's just a little upbeat song of hope - to the point and in the spirit of this whole album."


Disc Two - Home Recordings


No. Track Recording Information Time
1 The Song We Were Singing Home Recording c. 1995 5:22
2 The World Tonight Home Recording c. 06/1993 2:24
3 If You Wanna Home Recording c. 06/1993 2:57
4 Somedays Home Recording c. 03/1994 4:12
5 Young Boy Home Recording c. 1994 2:21
6 Calico Skies Home Recording c. 06/1993 2:29
7 Flaming Pie Home Recording c. 1996 1:39
8 Souvenir Home Recording c. 1995 2:52
9 Little Willow Home Recording c. 1995 2:24
10 Beautiful Night 1995 Demo 4:24
11 Great Day Home Recording c. 06/1993 4:20

Disc Three - In The Studio


No. Track Recording Information Time
1 Great Day Acoustic studio version - 20th February 1997 2:16
2 Calico Skies Acoustic studio version - 20th February 1997 2:06
3 C'mon Down C'mon Baby Acoustic studio version - 20th February 1997 1:21
4 If You Wanna Demo - 5th May 1995 1:51
5 Beautiful Night Run through 13th May 1996 4:08
6 The Song We Were Singing Rough Mix c. 11/1995 3:49
7 The World Tonight Rough Mix c. 11/1995 3:45
8 Little Willow Rough Mix c. 11/1995 2:56
9 Whole Life Rough Mix c. 1995 5:31
10 Heaven On A Sunday Rude Cassette c. 1996 6:26

Disc Four - Flaming Pies


The highlight of this disc is the Oobu Joobu official release, originally from cd singles, the origin of which is;
In January 1995, Eddy Pumer, producer at Capital Radio (London), was contacted by Paul’s promotion man Joe Reddington to make a radio series titled, “Oobu Joobu”.
Originally it was to be 6 one-hour shows, but it grew to 17 hours !
This radio series was transmitted by American radio network Westwood One, between 27th March and 2nd September 1995.
As a bonus on the cd singles from Flaming Pie, Eddy Pumer compiled a series of home demos, interviews, and unreleased songs into
six long tracks, that were over the six 5" cd-singles – two each for each of the U.K. singles from the album.
They were distributed in the UK and continental Europe, but not in the US.
The main point of attraction were the unreleased songs, taken from the mid-Eighties sessions.

The six segments were originally separated thus:
Oobu Joobu Part 1 (9:54)
Contains "I Love This House", recorded on 25th September 1984 with producer David Foster. Released on 28th April 1997 on the cd singles of "Young Boy".

Oobu Joobu Part 2 (10:19)
Contains "Atlantic Ocean", recorded in March 1987 with producer Phil Ramone. Released on 28th April 1997 on the cd singles of "Young Boy".

Oobu Joobu Part 3 (9:48)
Contains "Squid", recorded 12th November 1986. Released on 7th July 1997 on the cd-singles of "The World Tonight".

Oobu Joobu Part 4 (7:06)
Contains "Don't Break the Promise" written with Eric Stewart and recorded on 9th June 1988. Released on 7th July 1997 on the cd-singles of "The World Tonight".

Oobu Joobu Part 5 (10:15)
Contains the original version of "Beautiful Night", recorded 21st August 1986 with producer Phil Ramone. Released on 15th December 1997 on the cd-singles of "Beautiful Night"

Oobu Joobu Part 6 (8:33)
Contains "Love Come Tumbling Down", recorded in March 1987 with producer Phil Ramone. Released on 15th December 1997 on the cd-singles of "Beautiful Night".

No. Track Recording Information Time
1 The Ballad Of The Skeletons 1996 collaboration with Alan Ginsberg 7:48
2 Looking For You B-side of the 1997 single Young Boy 4:39
3 Broomstick Included on the 2nd CD single of Young Boy 5:08
4 Love Come Tumbling Down B-side of the 1997 single Beautiful Night 4:21
5 Same Love Included on the 2nd CD single of Beautiful Night 3:53
6 Oobu Joobu Part 1 Includes "I Love This House" and talking about Young Boy 8:47
7 Oobu Joobu Part 2 Includes "Atlantic Ocean" and talks about dad's trumpet 8:27
8 Oobu Joobu Part 3 Includes "Squid" and talks about The World Tonight 7:57
9 Oobu Joobu Part 4 Includes "Don't Break The Promise" 5:31
10 Oobu Joobu Part 5 Talks about Beautiful Night and Ringo 8:48
11 Oobu Joobu Part 6 Talks about Wings, the mellotron, Strawberry Fields, German "Hans" and includes "Love Mix" 9:15

Disc Five - Flaming Pie At The Mill


No. Track Recording Information Time
1 Intro - Paul chats about instruments from Abbey Road Studios - Vibraphone 2:34
2 Mellotron and Synthesizer/Mini Moog This is all included in Oobu Joobu Pt.6 above ! 7:41
3 Harpsichord 3:26
4 Celeste 1:05
5 Piano 1:26
6 Bill Black Bass 3:05
7 Drums (a copy of Ringo's drums) 3:57
8 Höfner Bass 2:15
9 Guitars (Epiphone like Cochran, & Spanish Guitar) 6:06
10 Electric Spinet ("Because") 2:15
11 Bells (toilet paper and groovy lighting) 3:19
12 Control Room - Neeves Desk & Studer 4-track
Geoff Emerick, Flaming Pie, Standing Stone,
Metronome, Lenny Craddock.
Finish in the kitchen.

Disc Six - DVD - In The World Tonight

73:13 (16 Chapters)

No. Title Time
The World Tonight

16 Chapters (73:13)

13th May 1997 Paul's documentary The World Tonight was released to coincide with his new album.
The film is premiered at a press launch at BAFTA in London's Piccadilly. Paul does not attend.
Three days later on the 16th, the film receives it's Worldwide television premiere on VH-1 in the U.S.
Another two days later on the 18th it has it's European first showing on the ITV network at 11 p.m.
It's first video release in the U.K is on 6th October 1997.

This new remastered DVD can be accessed by 16 chapters as separated below .....

1 Intro, discussing the artwork, "Somedays" and out riding. 6:04
2 Flaming Pie 2:21
3 The World Tonight 3:47
4 Heaven On A Sunday (out sailing) 5:42
5 Little Willow 2:55
6 Oobu Joobu (again from part 6 above) 5:44
7 Tropic Island Hum
(this documentary included the first showing of any of this cartoon)
8 Young Boy 4:05
9 "Town Hall Meeting" Live in Bishopsgate for VH-1
17th May 1997 with John Fugelsang
10 The World Tonight 6:59
11 Buckingham Palace scenes
(Paul had his investiture on 11th March 1997).
Plus in this chapter;
Calico Skies (Paul by a campfire in the woods)
12 Record breaking Live concert in Rio 21st April 1990 3:26
13 Great Day
Paul by the campfire in the woods
14 Abbey Road adding strings for Beautiful Night
Filmed 14th February 1997
15 Beautiful Night 7:32
16 The End 0:00

Disc Seven - DVD - Bonus Film

Music Videos
EPK's (Electronic Press Kits)
Behind The Scenes Material

15 Chapters (76:47)

No. Title Time
Music Videos

7 Chapters (28:08)

1 Beautiful Night

Promotional Video - Shot late October 1997
Directed by Julien Temple
Paul is mostly seen viewing his surroundings with a camera obscura.
Linda also appears in her final appearance in a music video.
The unknown four-piece West London group Spud, who were spotted playing in a small London club by the video's director, also appear.
Although they are shown performing with McCartney, they did not contribute to the recording of the track.
Also Ringo can be seen making a cameo appearance as a night watchman, disturbed by the noise and eventually playing drums on the song.
The original promo was considered controversial as it included full-frontal scenes of the actress Emma Moore swimming in the River Mersey.
MTV banned the video, forcing Paul to order a broadcastable version of the clip to be made.

2 Making of Beautiful Night 2:56
3 Little Willow 3:15
4 The World Tonight

This is actually the second version - made some months after the first, which follows.
This second one was filmed during family holidays in Mugello, Italy.
It was directed by Alistair Donald, the soon-to-become-husband of Mary McCartney.
It was broadcast for the first time on 17th May 1997.

5 The World Tonight

This is actually the first version directed by Geoff Wonfor and filmed in February 1997
The shooting was in Paul’s studio at Hog Hill Mill and in the town of Hastings, Sussex.

6 Young Boy

This is actually the second version - made some months after the first, which follows.
This second one was filmed during family holidays in Mugello, Italy.
It was directed by Alistair Donald.

7 Young Boy

Two videos were created to promote “Young Boy“, the first single (in the UK) from the “Flaming Pie” album.
This first one was directed by Geoff Wonfor, who had previously directed the “Beatles Anthology” movie in 2015.
The video was shot in February 1997 in Paul’s studio at Hog Hill Mill and in the town of Hastings, Sussex.
The video was finalised on 12th April 1997 and premiered on UK TV on 19th April 1997.

EPK's (Electronic Press Kits)

6 Chapters (42:51)

1 Flaming Pie EPK 1
2 Chapters (8:02 & 9:11)
2 Flaming Pie EPK 2
2 Chapters (8:02 & 8:15)
3 In The World Tonight EPK
2 Chapters (5:32 & 3:50)
Flaming Pie Artwork Meeting

1 Chapter (5:48)

1 Flaming Pie Artwork Meeting 5:48
T. F. I. Friday

2 Chapters (7:16)

1 Flaming Pie 3:00
1 Young Boy 4:15
David Frost Interview

2 Chapters (9:26)

1 Talking, amongst other things, about Linda's health 4:29
2 Includes talk of how the world would be different if The Beatles didn't exist
(inspiration for Richard Curtis's "Yesterday" movie ?!)

For all Paul's albums in date order: McCartney LP Discography

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