17 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second official collection of Paul McCartney's solo efforts originally came out in 1987 and gives a good overview of his songwriting triumphs, post-Fab Four. Not only does this collection boast great solo and Wings tracks like "Band On the Run" and "Let 'Em In", it also dives into his popular duets with Stevie Wonder ("Ebony and Ivory") and Michael Jackson ("Say Say Say"). The inclusion of reggae-tinged B-side "C-Moon", the James Bond theme "Live and Let Die" and the 1979 live version of "Coming Up" make this a well-rounded selection.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The second official collection of Paul McCartney's solo efforts originally came out in 1987 and gives a good overview of his songwriting triumphs, post-Fab Four. Not only does this collection boast great solo and Wings tracks like "Band On the Run" and "Let 'Em In", it also dives into his popular duets with Stevie Wonder ("Ebony and Ivory") and Michael Jackson ("Say Say Say"). The inclusion of reggae-tinged B-side "C-Moon", the James Bond theme "Live and Let Die" and the 1979 live version of "Coming Up" make this a well-rounded selection.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
191 Ratings

191 Ratings

beatles96 ,

A great compilation!

This is a perfect collection of paul mccartney and wings tracks, seeing as how itunes took the individual LPs off. Paul is great and will forever be a legend!

opera-singing-platypus ,

Paul McCartney ROCKS!!!!!

Amazing voice. Amazing musician. Probably the best Beatle!!!

Ewonguyen ,

A Must-Have Album!

First off, because of its sheer importance, today - June 18, 2010 - is Paul McCartney's 68th birthday! So happy birthday, Paul McCartney! You're my hero! :) Okay, now about this album. It's great. It has a bunch of his best works. Every song is a masterpiece. The ones you just GOTTA have are "Band on the Run," "Silly Love Songs," and "Live and Let Die." But if you have the money, just buy the whole thing! You won't regret it. Again, happy birthday, Sir Paul McCartney. :) <3

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