Paul McCartney - The Birthday Box flac album
Title: The Birthday Box
MP3 album: 1936 mb
FLAC album: 1196 mb
Other formats: XM AA MP4 AIFF AHX AUD MMF
Genre: Rock / Pop
Birthday" is a song written by Lennon–McCartney and performed by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1968 double album The Beatles (also known as "the White Album"). It is the opening track on the third side of the LP (or the second disc in CD versions of the record). The song is an example of the Beatles' return to more traditional rock and roll form, although their music had increased in complexity and it had developed more of its own characteristic style by this point.
Paul McCartney-Birthday Box Rare Collector's Box set UK Ltd ED Numbered
McCartney’s Eighth No. 1 Album: Egypt Station gives McCartney his eighth No. 1 on the Billboard 200. He last led the list for three consecutive weeks in 1982 with Tug of War (on the May 29 through June 12-dated charts). Of course, McCartney is also a member of The Beatles, and they still own the record for the most No. 1s on the Billboard 200 with 19 chart-toppers. McCartney’s Biggest Sales Week in Over a Decade: As Egypt Station starts with 147,000 copies sold, it tallies McCartney his largest sales week for an album in over 10 years. He last posted a larger sales frame when Memory Almost Full debuted at No. 3 with 161,000 copies sold on the chart dated June 23, 2007.
The Paul McCartney Collection is a 16 volume set of reissues by Paul McCartney of his solo and Wings albums, with most adding bonus tracks. The discs in the collection were released separately in most of the world, with half appearing on 7 June 1993, and the remainder on 9 August of the same year. The reissues were not released in the United States. Additional Info:, Released Date: November 15, 1993, More Info. McCartney (1993, Parlophone, 0777 7 89239 2 3, Holland).
Paul McCartney: McCartney, McCartney II, Tug Of War, Pipes Of Peace Paul and Linda McCartney: Ram Paul McCartney and Wings: Band On The Run Wings: Venus And Mars, At The Speed Of Sound. Paul McCartney’s critically acclaimed and multiple Grammy Award-winning Archive Collection will offer fans another chance to complete their collections on November 17, 2017. an absolute pleasure to rediscover today.
Paul McCartney retreated from the spotlight of the Beatles by recording his first solo album at his home studio, performing nearly all of the instruments himself. Appropriately, McCartney has an endearingly ragged, homemade quality that makes even its filler - and there is quite a bit of filler - rather ingratiating. McCartney's trademark. The rest of the album is charmingly slight, especially if it is read as a way to bring Paul back to earth after the heights of the Beatles. At the time the throwaway nature of much of the material was a shock, but it has become charming in retrospect. Unfortunately, in retrospect it also appears as a harbinger of the nagging mediocrity that would plague McCartney's entire solo career.
What are the best albums by Paul McCartney? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Paul McCartney is ranked number 134 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 26,843. Members who like this artist also like: Pink Floyd, The Who and Led Zeppelin.