Sadness and joy, loss and love, inertia and momentum.
A list of Paul McCartney albums
“It’s OSS – Optimistic Song Syndrome”
Paul McCartney is playing at Glastonbury on Saturday night
“I mean, why else do you write music and write songs? It’s not really for any other reason than to turn yourself on, you know?”
Bob Dylan once released an album called “Another Side Of Bob Dylan”. This album could have been called “Yet Another Side Of Paul McCartney – The Versatile Genius”.
Paul McCartney has released seven live albums in his career. In total, 115 different songs have been released on these seven albums, including 42 Beatles songs.
“What was interesting was writing music that meant something expressively rather than just writing a song.”
“New” would be heralded as a magnificent album with amazing melodies, original instrumentation and memorable pop songs if it had been released by any other human being in the history of mankind.
“I don’t feel like trying to be a perfect person anymore”
“Here’s to all the dreamers. May our open hearts find rest”
Is Bob Dylan’s worst album better than most artist’s best album?
The smile that you send out returns to you
A perfectly sequenced side of music.
Psychedelic folk rock
A man in great pain over great beauty
A singer who can capture the cool grit of an outlaw on one song and reflect the frailty of a wounded lover on the next.
Nothing to do with queues in Kent
A classic emo-folk album
A mellow guitar quartet from Chorley who released a debut album which sold over one million copies.
The echoes of a mind continue to resonate over 50 years later.
Leaving only a trace of gentleness in their wake