PAUL McCARTNEY INTERVIEWED (2010): Band on the Run remastered

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PAUL McCARTNEY INTERVIEWED (2010): Band on the Run remastered

While Elsewhere always does its own interviews, this one provided to coincide with the remastered version of Band on the Run -- which launches a whole McCartney remaster/reissue series -- is interesting, so an exception has been made.

For an overview of McCartney's post-Beatles career -- including classical projects and oddities alongside his mainstream albums -- Elsewhere has made it easy by dividing his career into decades.

Go here for McCartney in the Seventies; here for McCartney in the Eighties; here for the Nineties; and here for the past decade. Lotta albums considered.

Enjoy that overview - and this three-part interview. 


 

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