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Paul McCartney – Pure McCartney {Deluxe Edition} (2016) [HDTracks 24-44,1]

Paul McCartney – Pure McCartney (2016) [Deluxe Edition]
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time – 4:18:27 minutes | 2,93 GB | Genre: Rock
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Paul McCartney and his music need no introduction. Together with three of his friends, he changed the cultural landscape forever.

And Paul’s accomplishments since then as a member of Wings and a solo artist make for a staggering body of work that stands proudly alongside those eight sensational years with The Beatles. Pure McCartney, a new compilation of his solo, Wings and Fireman work, celebrates that fact, showcasing 67 highlights from one of the most-revered catalogues in music – spanning from 1970 debut solo album all the way through 2012’s “My Valentine“, 2014’s “Hope For The Future” and 2015’s “Say Say Say remix”.

“Me and my team came up with the idea of putting together a collection of my recordings with nothing else in mind other than having something fun to listen to,” Paul says of this project.  “Maybe it’s to be enjoyed on a long car journey or an evening at home or at a party with friends? So we got our heads together and came up with these diverse playlists from various periods of my long and winding career.”

Touted as a personally curated compilation by Paul McCartney, Pure McCartney is the first McCartney compilation since 2001’s Wingspan: Hits and History. A full 15 years separated this and Wingspan, longer than the span between that double-disc set and 1987’s All the Best, but the 2001 set also stopped cold in 1984, leaving over 30 years of solo McCartney recordings uncompiled on hits collections. In both its standard two-CD and deluxe four-disc incarnations, Pure McCartney attempts to rectify this, going so far as to include “Hope for the Future,” his song for the 2014 video game Destiny. A fair chunk of the compilation rests upon songs heard on Wings Greatest, All the Best, and Wingspan – “Jet,” “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey,” “Another Day,” “Mull of Kintyre,” “Let Em In,” “Band on the Run,” “No More Lonely Nights,” “Live and Let Die,” “Say Say Say,” “Listen to What the Man Said,” and “Silly Love Songs” are all de rigueur – so the interesting things lie in the margins, or in the music made since 1984. The standard edition contains three selections from Flaming Pie – the 1997 album that kicked off a latter-day streak of excellent records from McCartney – and a couple of cuts from both Chaos & Creation in the Backyard and Memory Almost Full, but it bypasses Flowers in the Dirt entirely. Flowers is also entirely absent on the deluxe edition, which nevertheless offers plenty of room for digressions – here, the new wave future shock of “Temporary Secretary,” the rockers “Junior’s Farm,” the hippie come-on “Big Barn Bed” and “Hi Hi Hi,” and the frivolous synth pop of Press can all be heard – so it paints a much richer portrait of McCartney’s solo work, but even then it feels slightly incomplete. Hits are missing, including the brassy Brit-pop of “Take It Away,” “My Brave Face,” and the seasonal “Wonderful Christmastime,” as are electronic risks like “Check My Machine,” but their absence only underscores one fact: McCartney made more great music than what can fit on even a four-disc box. Pure McCartney gets closer to capturing the full range of his career than any of his previous compilations, but it’s still only an introduction to one of the richest bodies of work in pop music.

Tracklist:
01. Maybe I’m Amazed
02. Heart Of The Country
03. Jet (feat. Wings)
04. Warm And Beautiful (feat. Wings)
05. Listen To What The Man Said (feat. Wings)
06. Dear Boy
07. Silly Love Songs (feat. Wings)
08. The Song We Were Singing
09. Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
10. Early Days
11. Big Barn Bed (feat. Wings)
12. Another Day
13. Flaming Pie
14. Jenny Wren
15. Too Many People
16. Let Me Roll It (feat. Wings)
17. New
18. Live And Let Die (feat. Wings)
19. English Tea
20. Mull Of Kintyre (feat. Wings)
21. Save Us
22. My Love (feat. Wings)
23. Bip Bop (feat. Wings)
24. Let ‘Em In (feat. Wings)
25. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five (feat. Wings)
26. Calico Skies
27. Hi, Hi, Hi (feat. Wings)
28. Waterfalls
29. Band On The Run (feat. Wings)
30. Appreciate
31. Sing The Changes (feat. The Fireman)
32. Arrow Through Me (feat. Wings)
33. Every Night
34. Junior’s Farm (feat. Wings)
35. Mrs Vandebilt (feat. Wings)
36. Say Say Say (Radio Edit / 2015 Remix)
37. My Valentine
38. Pipes Of Peace
39. The World Tonight
40. Souvenir
41. Dance Tonight
42. Ebony And Ivory (Remixed 2015)
43. Fine Line (3:07)
44. Here Today (Remixed 2015)
45. Press
46. Wanderlust (Remixed 2015)
47. Winedark Open Sea
48. Beautiful Night
49. Girlfriend (feat. Wings)
50. Queenie Eye
51. We All Stand Together
52. Coming Up
53. Too Much Rain
54. Good Times Coming / Feel The Sun
55. Goodnight Tonight (feat. Wings)
56. Baby’s Request (feat. Wings)
57. With A Little Luck (DJ Edit) (feat. Wings)
58. Little Willow
59. Only Mama Knows
60. Don’t Let It Bring You Down (feat. Wings)
61. The Back Seat Of My Car
62. No More Lonely Nights (7″ Single Version)
63. Great Day
64. Venus And Mars / Rock Show (feat. Wings)
65. Temporary Secretary
66. Hope For The Future (Destiny OST)
67. Junk

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Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: McCartney II (1980) (3CD+DVD, Remaster 2011, Deluxe Edition, HRM-32800-00)

Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: McCartney II (1980) (3CD+DVD, Remaster 2011, Deluxe Edition, HRM-32800-00)
Classic Rock | FLAC(cue) | 3 CD | 2011 | 746 MB | Scans: 576 MB | DVD5: 2.75 GB

Digitally remastered and expanded deluxe four disc (three CDs + DVD) edition of the former Beatle’s 1980 solo album. McCartney II was McCartney’s return to solo work after nine years touring and having released several massively successful albums with Wings. Reaching #1 in the UK, and #3 in the U.S., the album produced enduring classics such as “Coming Up,” “Waterfalls,” and “Temporary Secretary.” The bonus CDs includes previously unreleased demos and live tracks. The DVD contains videos and previously unreleased footage.
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Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: Wings Over America (1976) (3CD+DVD, Remaster 2013, Deluxe Edition, HRM-34313-00)

Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: Wings Over America (1976) (3CD+DVD, Remaster 2013, Deluxe Edition, HRM-34313-00)
Classic Rock | FLAC(cue) | 3 CD | 2013 | 915 MB | Scans: 2.13 GB | DVD9: 5.41 GB

Wings Over America is the monumental live album by Paul McCartney and Wings, originally released in December of 1976. Recorded throughout the band s Wings Over America U.S. tour dates earlier that Spring, the album reached #1 in the US in early 1977. Containing almost two full hours of music, Wings Over America offers a stunning rendition of Maybe I m Amazed, plus Wings classics such as Live and Let Die, My Love, & Let Em In. McCartney also included some Beatles classics into the set list, including Yesterday, The Long and Winding Road and more for the first time since the Beatles had broken up six years earlier.
The original 28-track album on 2 discs, remastered at Abbey Road Studios.
8 previously unreleased bonus audio tracks recorded live at the Cow Palace in San Francisco.
Bonus DVD featuring the 75 minute TV special Wings Over The World and a brand new short film charting the tour route in photographs.
All set within a numbered hardbound slipcase containing:
-112-page book written by David Fricke, featuring new interviews and extensive tour photography
-Exclusive 60-page photographic journal of Linda s images chronicling life on the road
-136-page replica tour book with itineraries, tour program, memorabilia, and lyrics plus 3 (10 x8 ) prints
-80-page book of drawings by artist Humphrey Ocean
24bit 96kHz high resolution audio versions of all 36 songs on the remastered album & bonus audio tracks, accessed via a download code inserted on a card within the deluxe edition package
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Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: Band on the Run (1973) (3CD+DVD, Remaster 2010, Deluxe Edition, HRV-32565-00)

Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: Band on the Run (1973) (3CD+DVD, Remaster 2010, Deluxe Edition, HRV-32565-00)
Classic Rock | FLAC(cue) | 3 CD | 2010 | 724 MB | Scans: 514 MB | DVD9: 6.44 GB

Digitally remastered edition of this 1973 album from the Rock ‘n’ Roll legend. Band On The Run was released three short years after the Beatles’ split and would become one of the biggest selling albums of Sir Paul’s entire solo career.
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Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection:RAM (1971) (4CD+DVD, Remaster 2012, Deluxe Edition, HRM-33450-00)

Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection:RAM (1971) (4CD+DVD, Remaster 2012, Deluxe Edition, HRM-33450-00)
Classic Rock | FLAC(cue) | 4 CD | 2012 | 909 MB | Scans: 828 MB | DVD5: 2.06 GB

This deluxe edition [4 CD / 1 DVD] contains the following:
— Remastered Album
— Bonus Audio CD
— Remastered Mono Album on CD
— Thrillington CD
— Bonus Film DVD
— 112-Page Side Bound Book
— 5 8 x10 photos in vintage-style photographic wallet
— 8 full size facsimilies of Paul s original handwritten lyric sheets
— Mini photographic book of outtakes from the original album cover photo shoot
— RAM Photo Flip Book
— Free Download Card

All housed in a beautiful, numbered fabric wrapped box. This item is a MUST for all McCartney Collectors.
Following the successful recent reissues of McCartney, McCartney II, and this year s Grammy winner for Best Historical Album Band on the Run, RAM is the latest addition to the Paul McCartney Archive Collection and the most anticipated, and ambitious, yet! Available in a variety of different configurations, McCartney has personally overseen every aspect of this project, and the results are spectacular.
RAM, originally released in 1971, is the only album to be credited to both Paul and Linda McCartney and has gone down in music history as one of the most revered in McCartney s catalog.
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Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: McCartney (1970) (2CD+DVD, Remaster 2011, Deluxe Edition, HR-32799-00)

Paul McCartney – Paul McCartney Archive Collection: McCartney (1970) (2CD+DVD, Remaster 2011, Deluxe Edition, HR-32799-00)
Classic Rock | FLAC(cue) | 2 CD | 2011 | 348MB | Scans: 566 MB | DVD5: 2.08 GB

Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition of the former Beatle’s debut solo album. Heralded as one of the most beloved solo debuts of all time, McCartney, the smash #1 album, originally released April of 1970, yielded the timeless tracks “Every Night” and “Junk” along with the immortal classic “Maybe I’m Amazed.” The bonus CD includes previously unreleased demos and live tracks.
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Paul McCartney – Pipes Of Peace (1983) {Deluxe Edition 2015} [FLAC 24-96]

Paul McCartney – Pipes Of Peace (1983) [Deluxe Edition 2015]
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time – 1:11:54 minutes | 1,43 GB | Genre: Rock
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Pipes of Peace is the fourth solo studio album by Paul McCartney. The album, released in 1983, was produced by George Martin and includes the hit single Say Say Say, a duet with Michael Jackson that stayed at #1 on the US Chart for 6 weeks. Now, the album is newly remastered at Abbey Road Studios and features bonus audio, includes previously unreleased and rare tracks, plus a new remix of Say Say Say.

Featuring songs initially recorded during sessions for the Tug Of War album, Pipes Of Peacecontinued Paul’s rich vein of song-writing form and included two massive hits, the #1 single with Michael Jackson ‘Say Say Say’ and the title track. The collaboration with Jackson – then the biggest star on the planet thanks to the success of his Thriller album – extended to another track, the breezy ‘The Man’. Lyrically, the album features Paul’s thoughts on love, peace and the future, centred around the symbol of the pipes of peace. In 1993 the album was reissued to include the hit ‘We All Stand Together’ from the Rupert the Bear project, as well as two other previously unreleased songs – ‘Twice In A Lifetime’ and ‘Simple As That’.

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Paul McCartney And Wings – Band On The Run (1973/2010) [FLAC 24-96]

Paul McCartney & Wings – Band On The Run (1973) [Remaster 2010] {UNLIMITED Edition}
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 75:31 minutes | 1,62 GB | Genre: Rock
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The first release from the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, an ambitious reissue program that encompasses 41 years of cherished, classic material from the most successful songwriter and recording artist in music history.

Neither the dippy, rustic Wild Life nor the slick AOR flourishes of Red Rose Speedway earned Paul McCartney much respect, so he made the self-consciously ambitious Band on the Run to rebuke his critics. On the surface, Band on the Run appears to be constructed as a song cycle in the vein of Abbey Road, but subsequent listens reveal that the only similarities the two albums share are simply superficial. McCartney’s talent for songcraft and nuanced arrangements is in ample display throughout the record, which makes many of the songs — including the nonsensical title track — sound more substantial than they actually are. While a handful of the songs are excellent — the surging, inspired surrealism of “Jet” is by far one of his best solo recordings, “Bluebird” is sunny acoustic pop, and “Helen Wheels” captures McCartney rocking with abandon — most of the songs are more style than substance. Yet McCartney’s melodies are more consistent than any of his previous solo records, and there are no throwaways; the songs just happen to be not very good. Still, the record is enjoyable, whether it’s the minor-key “Mrs. Vandebilt” or “Let Me Roll It,” a silly response to John Lennon’s “How Do You Sleep?,” which does make Band on the Run one of McCartney’s finest solo efforts. However, there’s little of real substance on the record. No matter how elaborate the production is, or how cleverly his mini-suites are constructed, Band on the Run is nothing more than a triumph of showmanship.

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Paul McCartney & Wings – Wings Over America (1976/2013) [HDTracks 24-96]

Paul McCartney & Wings – Wings Over America (1976) [Remaster 2013]
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 1:55:15 minutes | 2,41 GB | Genre: Rock
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The album is a collection of recordings gathered from Wings’ world tour.

Following the successful recent reissues of McCartney, McCartney II, Band On The Run andRAM, Wings Over America is the latest addition to the Paul McCartney Archive Collection.

Wings Over America is the seminal masterpiece by Paul McCartney & Wings. Released in 1976, this chart-topping classic is certified Gold in the U.K. and Platinum in the United States and Canada. With almost two hours of music, the album features the sensational standouts “Maybe I’m Amazed,” “Live And Let Die,” “My Love,” “Yesterday,” “The Long And Winding Road” and much more. This remastered must-have collection features all the classic Wings hits plus some of Paul’s solo and Beatles classics. An absolute must for any McCartney enthusiast.

The album now is almost like a McCartney greatest hits of the day with all the recognizable songs. – Examiner

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Paul McCartney – Tug Of War (1982) {Deluxe Edition 2015} [FLAC 24-96 + 24-44,1]

Paul McCartney – Tug Of War (1982) [Deluxe Edition 2015]
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96(44,1) kHz | Time – 72:28 minutes | 1,18 GB | Genre: Rock
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Tug of War, originally released in 1982, is the first album following the break-up of Wings and the third solo album by Paul McCartney. The album was produced by George Martin and includes numerous guest musicians, including Stevie Wonder, Carl Perkins, and Ringo Starr. Hailed upon its release as “exquisitely crafted” by The New York Times and a “masterpiece” by Rolling Stone, Tug of War reached #1 on both the US and UK charts and received a Grammy nomination for “Album of the Year” in 1983.

Like 1970’s McCartney, 1980’s McCartney II functioned as a way for Paul McCartney to clear the decks: to experiment and recalibrate in the aftermath of his band falling apart. This means 1982’s Tug of War is, in many ways, the very first Paul McCartney solo album, a record recorded not at home but in a studio, a record made without Wings and not co-credited to Linda, who nevertheless is present as a backing vocalist. McCartney recognized this album as something of a major opportunity, so he revived his relationship with Beatles producer George Martin and brought in several heavy-hitters as guests, including his hero Carl Perkins, his Motown counterpart Stevie Wonder, fusion star Stanley Clarke, prog rock refugees Eric Stewart and Andy Mackay, and his old bandmate Ringo Starr, whose presence was overshadowed by “Here Today,” an elegy written for the murdered John Lennon. Tucked away at the end of the first side, “Here Today” is bittersweet and small when compared to all the show pieces elbowing each other for attention throughout Tug of War: the grave march of the title track, the vaudevillian “Ballroom Dancing,” the stately drama of “Wanderlust,” and sincere schmaltz of “Ebony and Ivory,” the Wonder duet that helped turn this album into the blockbuster it was intended to be. As good as some of these numbers are — and they are, bearing an ambition and execution that outstrips latter-day Wings — much of the charm of Tug of War lies in the excess around the edges, whether it’s the rockabilly lark of the Perkins duet “Get It,” the later-period Beatles whimsy of ‘”The Pound Is Sinking,” the electro-throwaway “Dress Me Up as a Robber,” or the long, electro-funk workout of “What’s That You’re Doing?,” a track that’s a fuller collaboration between Paul and Stevie than “Ebony and Ivory.” Such crowd-pleasing genre-hopping finds its apotheosis on “Take It Away,” a salute to eager performers and the crowds who love them, which means it summarizes not only the appeal of Tug of War in general — it is, by design, a record that gives the people old Beatle Paul — but McCartney in general.

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