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8 thoughts on “ Paul McCartney - Dont Get Around / Thats All Right (Vinyl)

  1. OUT NOW The live-in-studio CHOBA B CCCP (Russian for 'Back In The USSR') was released in the Soviet Union in , making Paul the first Western artist to issue an album exclusively for that market. In a conscious decision to get back to his roots, Paul spontaneously spent two days covering his favorite hits from the s. The sessions produced 22 songs in total (and one of the outtakes being.
  2. A deal was made with Melodya, the Russian state record label, to press , copies of the album. CHOBA B CCCP was released on October 1, and contained 13 tracks that ranged from Rock and Roll classics as "Lucille" to standard songs like "Don't Get Around Much Anymore." The CD begins with the song "Kansas City."Reviews:
  3. Paul McCartney is an English musician who has recorded hundreds of songs over the course of his over year career. As a member of the Beatles, he formed a songwriting partnership with bandmate John Lennon that is one of the most celebrated in music history. [1].
  4. Paul has confirmed updated releases of four albums capturing performances spanning from his return to U.S. arenas with Wings to his intimate set at Amoeba records in Los Angeles. The albums — Amoeba Gig, Paul Is Live, Choba B CCCP, Wings Over America — will be released July 12, via MPL/Capitol/UMe digitally, on CD and on both black and limited edition colour vinyl.
  5. Quarrymen, "In Spite of All the Danger"/"That'll Be The Day" Year: Format: inch acetate, 78 rpm. Behold what some collectors guess might be the world's most valuable record — an acetate grooved with the first songs ever recorded by John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison. In '58, before the Beatles, the band was named the.
  6. Jun 20,  · The new vinyl is available via Capitol Records. Paul McCartney has released a new double A-Side single. “I Don’t Know” and “Come On To Me” gives fans a first taste of new music from McCartney’s upcoming studio album that will be available later this year on Capitol Records.
  7. Mar 16,  · And then there’s what some record historians argue to be the world’s most valuable vinyl record – not just in monetary terms: The Quarrymen’s In Spite Of All The Danger / That’ll Be The Day, a acetate of the first songs recorded by John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison at Philips Sound Recording Services in Liverpool.

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