Paul McCartney releases his fourteenth solo album : ‘Memory Almost Full’ (2007)

Paul McCartney’s ‘Memory Almost Full’ is his fourteenth solo studio album produced by David Kahne and released on June 4, 2007 by Hear Music.

Track Listing : 1.Dance Tonight (Paul McCartney) – 02:54 . 2.Ever Present Past (Paul McCartney) – 02:57 . 3.See Your Sunshine (Paul McCartney) – 03:20 . 4.Only Mama Knows (Paul McCartney) – 04:17 . 5.You Tell Me (Paul McCartney) – 03:15 . 6.Mr. Bellamy (Paul McCartney) – 03:39 . 7.Gratitude (Paul McCartney) – 03:19 . 8.Vintage Clothes (Paul McCartney) – 02:22 . 9.That Was Me (Paul McCartney) – 02:38 . 10.Feet In The Clouds (Paul McCartney) – 03:24 . 11.House Of Wax (Paul McCartney) – 04:59 . 12.The End Of The End (Paul McCartney) – 02:57 . 13.Nod Your Head (Paul McCartney) – 01:58


Humphrey Ocean

Musicians : Paul McCartney – All Instruments Except (4 – 5 – 8 9 – 10 – 11) . Paul ‘Wix’ Wickens – Keyboards On (4 – 5 – 8 9 – 10 – 11) . Rusty Anderson – Lead Guitar On (4 – 5 – 8 9 – 10 – 11) . Abe Laboriel Jr. – Drums On (4 – 5 – 8 9 – 10 – 11) . Brian Ray – Rhythm Guitar On (4 – 5 – 8 9 – 10 – 11)

Production : Produced By David Kahne . Adam Noble – Engineer . David Kahne – Engineer . Steve Orchard – Engineer . Geoff Emerick – Engineer . Paul Hicks – Engineer . Jamie Kirkham – Assistant Engineer . Eddie Klein – Assistant Engineer . Adam Noble – Assistant Engineer . Chris Bolster – Assistant Engineer . Kevin Mills – Assistant Engineer . Mirek Stiles – Assistant Engineer . David Kahne Andy Wallace – Mixing . Bob Ludwig – Mastering

Package : Humphrey Ocean asterisques RVM – Cover Art . Max Vadukul – Photography

Recorded October 2003, February 2004, March 2006 – February 2007 At Abbey Road Studios, London.

Released On June 4, 2007 By Hear Music.

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Pitchfork
that “Dance Tonight” could very well be a sitting-duck decoy for an album that turns out to be a lot more idiosyncratic than its coffee-chain marketing plan suggests. […]

PopMatters
It’s an appropriate time, then, to recollect and reflect, to celebrate accomplishments of the past by fashioning new directions for the future, and, it would seem, to rest once again on well-worn laurels of all-too familiar distinction. […]

The Guardian
Large parts of Memory Almost Full do, in fact, sound like Wings on a good day; jaunty, tuneful, laced with high-end harmonies and spangled by a guitar sound straight off Band on the Run. […]

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