2245 Kreen-Akrore – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney. 

Paul McCartney wrote this instrumental in 1970. It was recorded by him at Morgan Studios in London in 1970. The recording features backing vocals by Linda McCartney and it was produced by Paul McCartney. Kreen-Akrore was released on Paul McCartney’s 1970 album McCartney.

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2244 Maybe I’m Amazed – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Linda and Paul McCartney.

Maybe I’m Amazed was written by Paul McCartney in 1969. It was first recorded by Paul McCartney in 1970. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Linda McCartney on backing vocals. It was first released on Paul McCartney’s 1970 album McCartney. The song was part of Wings’ repertoire. A live version was released on Wings Over America in 1976. That version was also released as a single in 1977. A live version from the TV special One Hand Clapping, recorded in 1974 and a live version recorded in Glasgow in 1979 were released in 2011 on the special edition of McCartney. Maybe I’m Amazed is also part of Paul McCartney’s repertoire and live versions have been released on Tripping The Live Fantastic (1990), Back In The U.S.A (2002), and Back The World (2003). A version recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra was released on the Paul McCartney album Working Classical in 1999. The 04 Summer Tour Remix of Maybe I’m Amazed was released on Twin Freaks in 2005. Maybe I’m Amazed has also been recorded by Sandie Shaw, Faces, Petula Clark and Ruby Starr among others.

Now Hear This: Maybe I’m Amazed – Wings (1976)
Maybe I’m Amazed – Paul McCartney (1990)
Maybe I’m Amazed – Paul McCartney (1999)
Maybe I’m Amazed – Paul McCartney (2002)
Maybe I’m Amazed – Paul McCartney (2003)
Maybe I’m Amazed – 04 Summer Tour Remix – Paul McCartney (2005)
Maybe I’m Amazed [From One Hand Clapping] – Paul McCartney (2011)
Maybe I’m Amazed [Live At Glasgow, 1979] – Paul McCartney (2011)

2243 Singalong Junk –Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney.

Junk was written by Paul McCartney in 1968 and was recorded by him in 1970. Singalong Junk is an instrumental version of Junk. It was recorded by Paul McCartney in 1970 and was released on his 1970 album McCartney. The song is part of Paul McCartney’s repertoire and a live version was released in 1991 on Unplugged (The Official Bootleg). A version performed by the London Symphony Orchestra was released on Working Classical in 1999. Both versions were titled Junk but are in fact Singalong Junk. Singalong Junk has also been recorded by Chet Atkins.

Now Hear This: Junk – Paul McCartney (1991)
Junk – Paul McCartney (1999)

2242 Teddy Boy – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney.

Teddy Boy was written by Paul McCartney in 1968. The song was recorded by The Beatles during the Let It Be sessions in 1969. An edit of two takes was released on Anthology 3 in 1996. Paul McCartney recorded the song at his home studio in London and later added overdubs at Morgan Studios in London. The recording was produced by Paul McCartney and features backing vocals by Linda McCartney. Teddy Boy was first released in 1970 on the Paul McCartney album McCartney.

Now Hear This: Teddy Boy – The Beatles (1996)

2241 Momma Miss America – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney.

Momma Miss America was written by Paul McCartney in 1969 as two separate songs, Rock ‘n’ Roll Springtime and Momma Miss America. The two songs were recorded as a medley by Paul McCartney at his home studio in London. The recording was produced by Paul McCartney and was released on his 1970 album McCartney where it was titled Momma Miss America.

2240 Oo You – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney.

The tune to Oo You was written by Paul McCartney in 1969 and was recorded at his home studio in London. An outtake from that session was released in 2011 on the special edition of McCartney. It was titled Don’t Cry Baby. Paul McCartney added lyrics to the song in 1970 and the song was recorded at Morgan Studios in London. The recording was produced by Paul McCartney and was released on his 1970 album McCartney.

Now Hear This: Don’t Cry Baby [Out-take] – Paul McCartney (2011)