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9 thoughts on “ Coming Up - Paul McCartney - All The Best (CD)

  1. All The Best! was the second official collection of Paul's greatest hits after 's Wings Greatest. It was album was preceded in the UK by a new song, ‘Once Upon A Long Ago’, Paul's fortieth single, produced by Phil Ramone and mixed by George Martin, and featuring violin by Nigel Kennedy.
  2. Nov 02,  · This CD only listed as 'Paul McCartney'. There is no mention whatsoever of Wings, Stevie Wonder or Michael Jackson; however, all songs are the original versions featuring these artists. Therefore the correct artists are credited here as they were originally released in the UK,/5(47).
  3. Aug 24,  · But All the Best collects the more popular Wings hits and throws in some necessary rarities ("C-Moon," one of many great B-sides that McCartney has thrown away), star duets (former friend, now-Fabs copyright-holder Michael Jackson on "Say Say Say"; Stevie Wonder on the inevitable "Ebony and Ivory"), live cuts (an un-Chipmunked "Coming Up"), and /5().
  4. Technically, All the Best was the first compilation of McCartney's solo material, since Wings Greatest covered songs released under the Wings aegis. Well, there is considerable overlap between the two records -- no less than ten of that album's 12 songs are here, yet only the hard-rocking "Hi Hi Hi" is truly missed -- although the seven new songs do give this album a different character, for 9/
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  6. "Coming Up" is a song written and performed by English musician Paul McCartney, released as the opening track on his solo album McCartney II. Like other songs on the album, the song has a synthesised sound, featuring sped-up vocals created by using a vari-speed tape machine.
  7. But All the Best collects the more popular Wings hits and throws in some necessary rarities ("C-Moon", one of many great B-sides that McCartney has thrown away), star duets (former friend, now-Fabs copyright-holder Michael Jackson on "Say Say Say"; Stevie Wonder on the inevitable "Ebony and Ivory"), live cuts (an un-Chipmunked "Coming Up"), and /5().
  8. Coming Up: Independent Artists Pay Tribute to the Music of Paul McCartney, is the companion to the recently released, Listen to What the Man Said: Popular Artists Pay Tribute to the Music of Paul McCartney. While Listen offers up selections from more established artists such as Barenaked Ladies, They Might Be Giants, Sloan and Matthew Sweet 5/5(3).
  9. Mar 27,  · The solo-McCartney version of “Coming Up” is the song that opens McCartney II, which means it effectively rebooted McCartney’s solo odpadawindkolbming.destchaltihicokerorithedowardi.co’s a jittery, neurotic song, a clumsy attempt.

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