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McCartney II (Remastered)

Paul McCartney

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Paul McCartney’s second solo album to feature him playing all the instruments came ten years after the first McCartney solo record. Times had changed but McCartney, curious as ever, plays with the latest technology in his home studio. “Coming Up” is an enthralling piece of modernist pop, as catchy as any pop song he has written. “Temporary Secretary” is a mind-melt of synthetic textures, a delightful piece of Kraftwerk-like ephemera. “Waterfalls” is the chilling ballad that while not as well known as many McCartney songs still stands the test of time. “Nobody Knows” is a catchy barroom rocker. “Summer’s Day Song” is an interesting piece of synthesizer work. The Deluxe Edition includes the “Live at Glasgow, 1979” version of “Coming Up”, the impressively orchestrated “Blue Sway” (and a version without orchestration), the B-sides “Check My Machine” and “Secret Friend” in different edits and the maniacal workout, “Mr. H Atom / You Know I’ll Get You Baby” where McCartney turns into Gary Numan.

Customer Reviews

Mccartney ii

it's a good album. 'coming up' is my favourite song from the album.

McCartney

Good album. My Dad used to have it and I've only just been reminded of it. Ah the childhood memories, where has the time gone. I loved hearing this.

Biography

Born: 18 June 1942 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Out of all the former Beatles, Paul McCartney by far had the most successful solo career, maintaining a constant presence in the British and American charts during the '70s and '80s. In America alone, he had nine number one singles and seven number one albums during the first 12 years of his solo career. Although he sold records, McCartney never attained much critical respect, especially when compared to his former partner, John Lennon. Then again, he pursued a different path than Lennon, deciding...
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