2237 Hot As Sun/Glasses – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney.

Hot As Sun/Glasses is a medley of three songs, with the third song uncredited in the title. The three songs are Hot As Sun, Glasses, and Suicide. Hot As Sun was written by Paul McCartney in 1959 and was part of The Quarrymen’s repertoire for a short time. It was played by The Beatles during the Let It Be sessions in 1969. Glasses was written and recorded by Paul McCartney at Morgan Studios in 1970. Suicide was written by Paul McCartney in 1956. The Beatles played the song during the Let It Be sessions in 1969. The medley was recorded in 1970 and was mixed at EMI Studios. The recording was produced by Paul McCartney and was first released on his 1970 album McCartney. Paul McCartney recorded a full demo of Suicide in 1974. The song was also performed in the 1974 TV special One Hand Clapping. An undated outtake of Suicide was released in 2011 on the special edition of McCartney. Hot As Sun was part of Wings’ repertoire and a live version recorded in Glasgow in 1979 was released on the special edition of McCartney in 2011.

Now Hear This: Hot As Sun [Live At Glasgow, 1979] – Paul McCartney (2011)
Suicide [Out-take] – Paul McCartney (2011)

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2236 Every Night – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Paul McCartney.

Paul McCartney began writing this song in 1967 and finished it in 1969. The song was first recorded by The Beatles during the Get Back sessions in 1969. Paul McCartney recorded the song in 1970. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by Paul McCartney. The recording features Linda McCartney on harmony vocals. Every Night was first released on Paul McCartney’s 1970 album McCartney. The song was part of Wing’s repertoire. They performed it live at the Concert For The People of Kampuchea in 1979. That version was released on the 1981 album of the same name. Another live version recorded by Wings in Glasgow in 1979 was released in 2011 on the special edition of McCartney. The song is also part of Paul McCartney’s repertoire and a live versions have been released on Unplugged (The Official Bootleg) (1991), Back In The U.S. (2002) and Back In The World (2003).

Now Hear This: Every Night – Paul McCartney And Wings (1981)
Every Night – Paul McCartney (1991)
Every Night – Paul McCartney (2002)
Every Night – Paul McCartney (2003)
Every Night [Live At Glasgow, 1979] – Paul McCartney (2011)

2234 That Would Be Something – Paul McCartney (1970)

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McCartney.

This song was written by Paul McCartney in 1969. The song was recorded by Paul McCartney in 1969 at his home studio in London. The recording was produced by Paul McCartney and was released on his album McCartney in 1970. The song was part of Paul McCartney’s repertoire. Paul McCartney performed the song live in 1991 during his appearance on MTV Unplugged. That version was released on the album Unplugged (The Official Bootleg) in 1991.

Now Hear This: That Would Be Something – Paul McCartney (1991)

2233 The Lovely Linda – Paul McCartney (1970)

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Linda and Paul McCartney.

The Lovely Linda was written by Paul McCartney in 1969. It was written for his wife Linda McCartney. The song was recorded by Paul McCartney in 1969 at Paul McCartney’s home studio in London and was produced by Paul McCartney. It was first released on Paul McCartney’s 1970 album McCartney. A version performed by the Loma Mar Quartet was released on the Paul McCartney album Working Classical in 1999.

Now Hear This: The Lovely Linda – Paul McCartney (1999)

2232 Let The Rest of The World Go By – Ringo Starr (1970)

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This song was written by Ernest Ball and Karen Brennan in 1919. Dick Haymes recorded the song in 1944. Ringo Starr recorded his version of the song in 1970. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin. Ringo Starr was backed by the George Martin Orchestra and his version was arranged by Les Reed. It was released on Ringo Starr’s album Sentimental Journey in 1970.

2231 Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? – Ringo Starr (1970)

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Ringo Starr.

This song was written by Scotty Wiseman in 1945 and was first recorded by Gene Autry in 1946. Ringo Starr recorded his version of the song in 1970. It was recorded at EMI Studios and was produced by George Martin. Ringo Starr’s version was arranged by Elmer Bernstein and Ringo Starr was backed by the George Martin Orchestra. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? was released on Ringo Starr’s 1970 album Sentimental Journey.