In addition to being a bass player, I’m also an engineer. I love old microphones and such. I thought this was a cool video detailing how Paul McCartney got his bass sound in his days at Abbey Road. Love that Hofner tone!
Fifty years after his debut solo album, Paul McCartney has released “McCartney III”. The title is a misnomer as it is his eighteenth solo album, but just as with “McCartney” and “McCartney II”, the album is truly solo.
Many artists took to working on their own during the 2020 lockdowns, and that even includes rock royalty. Paul McCartney took the time off from the road to create a new album called “McCartney III,” which is due out December 11th.
Paul McCartney is continuing his Archive Collection series with its thirteenth installment. This time he revisits “Flaming Pie” in a limited Collector’s Edition that includes a remastered version of the original album and 32 bonus tracks.
Ringo Starr is a guy that gets by with a little help from his friends. His new album, “What’s My Name,” teams him up once again with his old bandmate Paul McCartney. Nathan East, John Pierce, and Kaveh Rastegar also perform on the record.
Once again, the music of 1969 is being celebrated on its fiftieth anniversary. This time it’s one of the biggest albums ever produced: “Abbey Road”. The Beatles’ legendary album is available in several packages with brand new stereo mixes and more.
Vice shared this video and story of one of 23 outtakes and demos from an upcoming reissue of The Beatles’ “Abbey Road,” which is set to release on September 27. Check out this early, intimate take of “Come Together.”
Four decades-spanning, rare live albums from Paul McCartney have been reissued in a variety of formats. The albums – “Amoeba Gig,” “Paul is Live,” “Choba B CCCP,” and “Wings Over America” – have been remixed and remastered into new vinyl, CD, and digital editions.
Paul McCartney’s “Egypt Station” has just been expanded with a new release called the “Explorer’s Edition.” The original album, which was released in September 2018, was the first of his to debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200 since 1982’s “Tug of War.”
Paul McCartney has added a few more dates onto his “Freshen Up” Tour schedule for 2019. The legendary bassist revealed four South American dates plus four more U.S. dates.
It’s been fifty years since the release of the Beatles’ self-titled album, better known as The White Album, and now it is being celebrated with special anniversary versions. The album’s thirty tracks have been remixed and remastered by producer Giles Martin and Sam Okell in stereo and 5.1 surround audio. It will also include 27 early acoustic demos and 50...
Former Beatle Paul McCartney has returned with Egypt Station, which marks his 18th solo studio album. Recorded between Los Angeles, London, and Sussex, the album gets its name from one of the bassist’s paintings that also serves as the album artwork. It ties thematically ties the record together as the Fab Four did back in the day. “I liked the...