Paul McCartney releases his debut solo album ‘McCartney,’ fully performed and produced by himself (1970)

Paul McCartney’s ‘McCartney’ is his debut studio album self produced and released on April 17, 1970 by Apple..

Track Listing : 1.The Lovely Linda (Paul McCartney) – 00:43 . 2.That Would Be Something (Paul McCartney) – 02:38 . 3.Valentine Day (Paul McCartney) – 01:39 . 4.Every Night (Paul McCartney) – 02:31 . 5.Hot As Sun/Glasses (Paul McCartney) – 02:05 . 6.Junk (Paul McCartney) – 01:54 . 7.Man We Was Lonely (Paul McCartney) – 02:56 . 8.Oo You (Paul McCartney) – 02:48 . 9.Momma Miss America (Paul McCartney) – 04:04 . 10.Teddy Boy (Paul McCartney) – 02:22 . 11.Singalong Junk (Paul McCartney) – 02:34 . 12.Maybe I’M Amazed (Paul McCartney) – 03:53 . 13.Kreen-Akrore (Paul McCartney) – 04:15

Linda McCartney

Musicians : Paul McCartney – Lead Vocals, Acoustic And Electric Guitars, Bass, Drums, Piano, Organ, Percussion, Mellotron, Toy Xylophone, Effects, Backing Vocals . Linda McCartney asterisques RVM – Harmony, Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By Paul McCartney

Package : Linda McCartney asterisques RVM – Photography

Recorded December 1969–February 1970 At McCartney’S Home, St John’S Wood; Morgan Studios, Willesden; Abbey Road Studios, London.

Released On April 17, 1970 By Apple.

(Source Official site )

Paul McCartney


McCartney is a different type of album. First, let’s talk about that title. This is a name that had been paired with Lennon, separated by a slash, for years– we weren’t used to seeing it all by itself. When the media ran stories on McCartney, he was often just “Paul.” […]

The opening chapter in the most consistently pleasing solo career of all The Beatles.Everything about this album says, “This is organic – this is me freed from John’s pretension and artifice”. McCartney’s homely, almost idiot-savant, gift for songwriting seemed to be undiminished now that he was on his own. […]

The Beatles Bible
They were almost throwaways, you know? But that’s why they were included. They weren’t quite throwaways. That was the whole idea of the album…Normally that stuff ends up with the rest of your demos, but all that stuff is often stuff I love. Paul McCartney […]



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