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Tuesday - Paul McCartney - Working Classical (Cassette)

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  1. Best Paul McCartney Songs: 20 Essential Post-Beatles Macca Tracks. The best Paul McCartney songs reveal that, as a solo artist, he has always continued to explore the boundaries of pop and rock music.
  2. Flaming Pie is the tenth solo studio album by Paul McCartney, first released in Having been heavily involved in The Beatles’ Anthology project, Paul had time to reflect on the standards he and his bandmates had set during their career, and applied these to what would become his first album in .
  3. Paul McCartney was nothing if not ambitious when he began composing on a larger scale, beginning with the Liverpool Oratorio (EMI, 11/91) followed by the New Age choral work, Standing Stone (EMI, 11/97). On his new disc, 'Working Classical', he has not entirely eschewed the symphonic gesture, as the longer pieces where Richard Rodney Bennett and Jonathan Tunick have added their distinctive.
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  5. Paul's "Working Classical," which was in limbo for several months after Linda's death, now appears to be back on track. Working Classical is in classical format it include three songs performed by The London Symphony Orchestra, with the rest done as new arrangements for string quartet, performed by the Loma Mar String Quartet.
  6. 16 Don't Break The Promise - Paul McCartney - Return to Pepperland: The Unreleased Album.
  7. Mar 04,  · McCartney’s early musical education was conditioned by the family record collection, Paul Whiteman’s “Stairway to Paradise” and “Lullaby of the Leaves” among the old shellac discs played at his Liverpool home. His paternal grandfather weilded the mighty E flat bass in a local brass band, while his father was a proficient self-taught.
  8. Paul McCartney should stick to "silly love songs": his orchestral compositions and arrangements on the cleverly titled Working Classical (which features a handful of his rock and pop hits) resemble the score to a romantic comedy film more than classical chamber music. The stamp of his great former producer, George Martin, is all over this.

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