Eleven Essential Paul McCartney Albums

Sunday, June 23, 2013

In honor of his 71st birthday, let’s sample the best of his post-Beatles work. Paul McCartney turns 71 years old this week, with 47 albums to his credit. (You could also add his 12 albums with the Beatles to that list.)

So looking at his work with Wings, as a solo artist, and part of the electronic duo “The Fireman”, let’s narrow it down to his eleven most essential albums. (Why 11? Because Flowers in the Dirt is so underrated.) Consider number one the starting place for a casual fan just looking for the hits, and the remaining numbers as a guide to becoming a well-rounded, obsessed Macca fan.

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Source: Pop Matters

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6/24/2013 10:13 AM
Chaos and Creation in the Backyard

Just a great album of Paul McCartney!
Fine Line is a rocking song and the next in the album are so so good to heare. We can olso see the variaty of his talent as composer playing all the instruments and using a differents styles like in A Certain Sofness, where latin rythems bring us to new places; and Follow Me, is just a great song where you want to any person you care want you to follow.
Great Album!


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