What does it sound like?:
AKA I Saw You Standing There With A Bootleg In Your Hand.
Beatle Paul had a variable 1980’s – kicking off with the drugs bust and the death of his teenage best friend nemesis rival, John within the first 12 months, followed by a technical nightmare live appearance at Live Aid, Ebony & Ivory, Give My Regards To Broad Street, the ‘Press To Play album, losing out owning The Beatles catalogue to Michael Jackson, the theme song for ‘Spies Like Us’ and – no I’m not going to say “The Frog Song” because a) it’s called ‘We All Stand Together’ and b) it’s a fucking brilliant children’s song.
On the other hand – a memorable video for ‘Pipes Of Peace’, ‘Coming Up’ with its fab multi-Paul promo, Take It Away, Wanderlust, No More Lonely Nights, the inventive McCartney II album, Here Today, Choba B CCCP and a triumphant live return at the end of the decade off the back of one of his most successful and critically acclaimed albums in years – 1989’s ‘Flowers In The Dirt’. Paul’s reissue projects slightly haphazard sequencing lands there this month with a 2 CD, 2LP and a 3CD & 1 DVD Deluxe Edition » Continue Reading.