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A better Greatest Hits collection for Paul
8 January 2014
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derek said
i always though that 1978s "Wings Greatest" was the best compilation album. which in the 80s shouldve just had a Vol. 2. and Make that vol.2 a double album. Look at Bob Dyaln his Vol. 2 was a double album compard to his vol. 1 single album. Anyrate, this should be the track listing released in 1987. 9and for that "Wingspan" show" remaster and release the both "Greatest Hits" albums.

1

LISTEN TO WHAT THE MAN SAID

EVERY NIGHT

EBONY & IVORY (With Stevie Wonder)

PIPES OF PEACE

TOMORROW

2

NO MORE LONELY NIGHTS

HELEN WHEELS

MAYBE I'M AMAZED [Live]

SAY, SAY, SAY (With Micheal Jackson)

3

PRESS

WATERFALLS

C-MOON

TAKE IT AWAY

WONDERFUL CHRISTMASTIME

4

COMING UP [Live]

GOODNIGHT, TONIGHT

ARROW THROUGH ME

SPIES LIKE US

ONCE UPON A LONG AGO

You're missing We All Stand Together which hit #3 in the UK in 1984. Personally i'd take out Arrow Through Me or Every Night (great songs that they are). Both were available on cds which have other songs represented, either on volume 1 or 2, whereas the others (Wonderful Christmastime, Spies Like Us, Once Upon A Long Ago) are not. 

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Two songs that I'd want in would be:

 

1)  'Sally G' – One of Paul's better B-Sides ('Junior's Farm&#39a-hard-days-night-george-10 that surprisingly showcases Paul's relatively little known pension for Country & Western, very catchy and sort of a forgotten classic that, I'm not sure, but I don't think has been issued on an album before.

 

2)  'Cosmically Conscious' – Written back in 1968 while visiting Rishikesh but never released by The Beatles, I'd love to see the great live version that Ringo plays drums on from that 'Meditation Benefit' show released, this would sell a few copies alone.

 

The rest I can't really decide on, but it probably wouldn't look too much different from some of the others posted…:-) 

 

 

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Sally G is a cracking song, one of the many gems that has got sort of buried in Paul's catalogue, and can be found on the 1993 cd reissue of Wings At The Speed of Sound (no idea why its on that cd). There is also a fabulous outtake floating around. 

Would really like Paul to do a C&W album, i read recently that Paul and Linda recorded some stuff with Johnny Cash in the 80's, why has that not been released? 

Oh, found this on Youtube so one track has been.

 

 

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meanmistermustard said
Sally G is a cracking song…

Would really like Paul to do a C&W album, i read recently that Paul and Linda recorded some stuff with Johnny Cash in the 80's, why has that not been released? 
 

This is an intriguing idea. If not Paul himself, maybe a random group of country musicians should put together an album of his existing music done in the style. Besides the obvious songs, like "I've Just Seen A Face," Paul has written a lot of tunes that would lend themselves to country and western arrangements, like "Another Girl," "I Will," and "I'm Looking Through You." What the heck, now that I think about it, some of John's songs sound a little country, too, like "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party," and "I'm A Loser." So, it would be a Beatles country album. Which is pretty darn far off-topic.

A "Greatest Hits" compilation of an artist with a catalogue as vast as Paul McCartney's is a daunting task. It's much easier with the one-hit-wonder bands. :)

 

 

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Bungalow Bob said

meanmistermustard said
Sally G is a cracking song…

Would really like Paul to do a C&W album, i read recently that Paul and Linda recorded some stuff with Johnny Cash in the 80's, why has that not been released? 
 

This is an intriguing idea. If not Paul himself, maybe a random group of country musicians should put together an album of his existing music done in the style. Besides the obvious songs, like "I've Just Seen A Face," Paul has written a lot of tunes that would lend themselves to country and western arrangements, like "Another Girl," "I Will," and "I'm Looking Through You." What the heck, now that I think about it, some of John's songs sound a little country, too, like "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party," and "I'm A Loser." So, it would be a Beatles country album. Which is pretty darn far off-topic.

A "Greatest Hits" compilation of an artist with a catalogue as vast as Paul McCartney's is a daunting task. It's much easier with the one-hit-wonder bands. :)

It depends on how the initial "Greatest Hits" concept is perceived and compiled. Are we talking solely hit singles that got somewhere in the UK and US charts or a best of that enters into the world of album tracks, b-sides and other oddities? The former approach would be a damn fine release (especially if we skip over the 80's collaborations with Michael and Stevie – and arguments there as whilst they were huge sellers they have aged terribly) and maybe could be contained within a 2cd set. The later you're looking at a 2-cd highlights release alongside a multi-disc box and tons of arguments about what was included and what was omitted from both.

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I've recently made a 50 song playlist of Paul's songs (icluding Beatles songs) covering the 50 years of his career (1962-2012). I call it "Paul McCartney: His Ever Present Past" I find it a great collection though it was very tough to choose only 50 songs… I had to leave some really great songs outside… (like The Back Seat of My Car, Letting Go…)

I separated the collection in 3 CDs:
1) Yesterday: 1962-1969 (although I kinda cheat including Let it Be, that was released in 1970)
2) Band on the Run: 1970-1979
3) Off the Ground: 1980-2012

I've done something similar with my favorites from his solo catalogue (Wings, Fireman, and classical included): five 13-song playlists of original work, and one 14-song playlist of covers. I didn't divvy it up chronologically, but rather according to what I thought had the best "flow" and gave each playlist a well-rounded feel and an album-ish "journey." (With one exception, songs from McCartney I and II, Ram, and Electric Arguments are not included, as I love all these as whole albums.)

Finalizing the track listings has been the work of a couple years, and I'll continue finessing it as long as Paul is releasing new music -- and as long as I keep discovering hidden gems in his labyrinthine back catalogue. 

Wow. I am such an OCD fangirl geek.

Anyway, in the unlikely event that anybody's interested, here are the fruits of my labors:

 

ONE

Band on the Run

Name and Address

Mr Bellamy

Hey Diddle

Jet

Another Day

San Ferry Anne

Get Me out of Here

Movement III – Crypt (from Liverpool Oratorio)

Tomorrow

Friends to Go

Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five

Growing Up Falling Down

TWO

Venus and Mars/Rock Show

That Day Is Done

I'm Carrying

Don't Let It Bring You Down

This One

Off the Ground

The Note You Never Wrote

Vintage Clothes

That Was Me

Venus and Mars (reprise)

Long Haired Lady Remix (from Twin Freaks)

IV – Celebration, Andante (from Standing Stone) 

THREE

Take It Away

The Pound Is Sinking

Let Me Roll It

The Lovers that Never Were

Great Day

Mistress and Maid

Midwife (from Working Classical)

You Gave Me the Answer

Little Willow

Queenie Eye

Dear Friend

Rinse the Raindrops (Driving Rain full version)

After the Ball/Million Miles

FOUR

Lonely Road

Maybe I'm Amazed

Junior's Farm

Vanilla Sky

Best Friend (live)

Flaming Pie

Some People Never Know

Alligator

Junk

Call Me Back Again (live)

Little Lamb Dragonfly

Calico Skies

Movement VI – Work (from Liverpool Oratorio)

FIVE

Silly Love Songs

House of Wax

Appreciate

Mull of Kintyre

Country Dreamer

Ballroom Dancing

Mama's Little Girl

Why so Blue

Single Pigeon

Helen Wheels

Summer of '59

Wanderlust

Early Days

COVERS

Matchbox (live from Tripping the Live Fantastic)

Shake a Hand

Love Is Strange

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive

Get Yourself Another Fool

Don't Let the Sun Catch you Crying (live from TtLF)

Ain't That a Shame (live from TtLF)

Lonesome Town

Tragedy

More I Cannot Wish You

Brown-Eyed Handsome Man

Summertime (The Complete Russian Sessions)

No Other Baby

Always

 

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meanmistermustard said

Bungalow Bob said

meanmistermustard said
Sally G is a cracking song…

Would really like Paul to do a C&W album, i read recently that Paul and Linda recorded some stuff with Johnny Cash in the 80's, why has that not been released? 
 

This is an intriguing idea. If not Paul himself, maybe a random group of country musicians should put together an album of his existing music done in the style. Besides the obvious songs, like "I've Just Seen A Face," Paul has written a lot of tunes that would lend themselves to country and western arrangements, like "Another Girl," "I Will," and "I'm Looking Through You." What the heck, now that I think about it, some of John's songs sound a little country, too, like "I Don't Want To Spoil The Party," and "I'm A Loser." So, it would be a Beatles country album. Which is pretty darn far off-topic.

A "Greatest Hits" compilation of an artist with a catalogue as vast as Paul McCartney's is a daunting task. It's much easier with the one-hit-wonder bands. :)

It depends on how the initial "Greatest Hits" concept is perceived and compiled. Are we talking solely hit singles that got somewhere in the UK and US charts or a best of that enters into the world of album tracks, b-sides and other oddities? The former approach would be a damn fine release (especially if we skip over the 80's collaborations with Michael and Stevie – and arguments there as whilst they were huge sellers they have aged terribly) and maybe could be contained within a 2cd set. The later you're looking at a 2-cd highlights release alongside a multi-disc box and tons of arguments about what was included and what was omitted from both.

Yep. We would need a "an even better than better greatest hist collection from Paul" thread.

 

9 January 2014
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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 It's practically impossible to put together a collection of Paul's songs simply because of the width and depth of his catalogue yourself and not be wanting to squeeze another track on that you forgot existed, so no idea how it would work with another people involved or doing it for you. Take for instance Acmac's above, it would be a fabulous listen all the way thru, no question, yet i'm wondering where is Here Today or I Love This House. And then I realise Sally G isn't there or Walking In The Park with Eloise or We All Stand Together and hey-ho you're on the way to cd 7. It's not a criticism, its just down to the vast amount of material Paul has put out that is so damn good (and lets not go into the bonus unreleased discs we would all be crying out for). And yet a lot of people say most of what he has done is average! a-hard-days-night-paul-11yoko-ono_01blue-meanie

Maybe this is why Yoko insists on shoving out the same 14 tracks on every John compilation when fans know there is some damn fine material getting overlooked (tho not as vast as Paul's).

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meanmistermustard said
a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 It's practically impossible to put together a collection of Paul's songs simply because of the width and depth of his catalogue yourself and not be wanting to squeeze another track on that you forgot existed, so no idea how it would work with another people involved or doing it for you. Take for instance Acmac's above, it would be a fabulous listen all the way thru, no question, yet i'm wondering where is Here Today or I Love This House. And then I realise Sally G isn't there or Walking In The Park with Eloise or We All Stand Together and hey-ho you're on the way to cd 7. It's not a criticism, its just down to the vast amount of material Paul has put out that is so damn good (and lets not go into the bonus unreleased discs we would all be crying out for). And yet a lot of people say most of what he has done is average! a-hard-days-night-paul-11yoko-ono_01blue-meanie

Maybe this is why Yoko insists on shoving out the same 14 tracks on every John compilation when fans know there is some damn fine material getting overlooked (tho not as vast as Paul's).

Yes, that is one of Paul's greatest strengths; even his most devoted fans can't agree on what his best/worst work is -- and sometimes those disagreements are VERY extreme, lol. I love "I Love this House," too, but don't have it. And I do have a 6th playlist of "also rans," which includes "Sally G." And "Mrs Vandebilt." And "Jenny Wren." And many many others beloved by millions of Paul-fans. Don't care for "Here Today," though, which possibly makes me a heartless wretch. ;P So yes, a solid six or seven CD-length playlists. That's 2-3 KILLER albums per decade for 40+ years, ON TOP of his Beatles work. It is phenomenal. 'Course, he brings a lot of the criticism upon himself by virtue of a rather high ratio of dreck, but that will be lost to the sands of time, as is all lesser work by great artists.

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meanmistermustard said

Maybe this is why Yoko insists on shoving out the same 14 tracks on every John compilation when fans know there is some damn fine material getting overlooked (tho not as vast as Paul's).

I don't follow the reissues, so I may be wrong, but does this overlooked material tend to be his Lost Weekend work, perchance?

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acmac said

meanmistermustard said

Maybe this is why Yoko insists on shoving out the same 14 tracks on every John compilation when fans know there is some damn fine material getting overlooked (tho not as vast as Paul's).

I don't follow the reissues, so I may be wrong, but does this overlooked material tend to be his Lost Weekend work, perchance?

Normally you get Whatever Gets You Thru The Night, #9 Dream and Stand By Me and that's it on greatest hits discs. There was a 4-cd box released, i think, in 1990, another 4-cd box with the 2010(?) reissues, and Working Class Hereo which was a 2-disc overview which expanded on this material. 

I'm probably wrong and someone can show that the material is more broadly selected, i gave up on John's greatest hits cd years ago.

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I think a double-album is called for featuring singles and better known album tracks from 1970 to paul's latest work. I feel this would attract just casual fans as well as more hardcore people like ourselves. It was quite hard having to leave out some of my personal favorites (nineteen hundred and eight five, tug of war, calico skies and alot of chaos and creation) but this list should reflect pauls best known work. Tell me if you think I have missed any essential songs. 

Disc 1

  1. Maybe I’m Amazed
  2. Another Day
  3. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
  4. Hi Hi Hi
  5. C Moon
  6. Live And Let Die
  7. My Love
  8. Helen Wheels
  9. Band On The Run
  10. Jet
  11. Juniors Farm
  12. Listen To What The Man Said
  13. Silly Love Songs
  14. Let Em’ In
  15. Mull Of Kintyre
  16. With A Little Luck
  17. Goodnight Tonight
  18. Wonderful Christmas Time
  19. Coming Up
  20. Ebony And Ivory

 Disc 2

  1. Take It Away
  2. Pipes Of Peace
  3. Say Say Say
  4. No More Lonely Nights
  5. Press
  6. Stranglehold
  7. Once Upon A Long Ago
  8. My Brave Face
  9. This One
  10. Hope Of Deliverance
  11. C’ Mon People
  12. Young Boy
  13. Beautiful Night
  14. From A Lover To A Friend
  15. Fine Line
  16. Dance Tonight
  17. (I Want To) Come Home
  18. My Valentine
  19. New
  20. Queenie Eye

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megopop09 said
I think a double-album is called for featuring singles and better known album tracks from 1970 to paul's latest work. I feel this would attract just casual fans as well as more hardcore people like ourselves. It was quite hard having to leave out some of my personal favorites (nineteen hundred and eight five, tug of war, calico skies and alot of chaos and creation) but this list should reflect pauls best known work. Tell me if you think I have missed any essential songs. 

Disc 1

    1. Maybe I’m Amazed
      1. Another Day
        1. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
          1. Hi Hi Hi
            1. C Moon
              1. Live And Let Die
                1. My Love
                  1. Helen Wheels
                    1. Band On The Run
                      1. Jet
                        1. Juniors Farm
                          1. Listen To What The Man Said
                            1. Silly Love Songs
                              1. Let Em’ In
                                1. Mull Of Kintyre
                                  1. With A Little Luck
                                    1. Goodnight Tonight
                                      1. Wonderful Christmas Time
                                        1. Coming Up
                                          1. Ebony And Ivory

                                           Disc 2

                                            1. Take It Away
                                              1. Pipes Of Peace
                                                1. Say Say Say
                                                  1. No More Lonely Nights
                                                    1. Press
                                                      1. Stranglehold
                                                        1. Once Upon A Long Ago
                                                          1. My Brave Face
                                                            1. This One
                                                              1. Hope Of Deliverance
                                                                1. C’ Mon People
                                                                  1. Young Boy
                                                                    1. Beautiful Night
                                                                      1. From A Lover To A Friend
                                                                        1. Fine Line
                                                                          1. Dance Tonight
                                                                            1. (I Want To) Come Home
                                                                              1. My Valentine
                                                                                1. New
                                                                                  1. Queenie Eye

                                                                                  The only missing track that sticks out is We All Stand Together (UK #3). Am i the only person who loves that song and remembers that it exists?

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                                                                                  meanmistermustard said:

                                                                                  The only missing track that sticks out is We All Stand Together (UK #3). Am i the only person who loves that song and remembers that it exists?

                                                                                  Personally its not the best work paul ever produced but a hit song nonetheless. I would make it track 4 on disc 2 and remove Stranglehold (which wasn't that much of a hit) to keep both cd's 20 tracks. 

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                                                                                  Where's 'On My Way To Work'?  It'd make a much better closer than 'Queenie Eye' (still keep 'Queenie Eye' though), in my opinion.  Also the two tracks that I mentioned earlier ('Sally G' & 'Cosmically Conscious&#39a-hard-days-night-george-10 would make excellent 'Bonus Tracks'..:-)

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                                                                                  Billy Rhythm said
                                                                                  Where's 'On My Way To Work'?  It'd make a much better closer than 'Queenie Eye' (still keep 'Queenie Eye' though), in my opinion.  

                                                                                  Although 'On My Way To Work' is my favorite song of NEW, I chose 'Queenie Eye' simply because it was released as a single and a video was made, as for it closing the album, I just ran in chronological order.

                                                                                   

                                                                                   

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                                                                                  meanmistermustard said
                                                                                  Sally G is a cracking song, one of the many gems that has got sort of buried in Paul's catalogue, and can be found on the 1993 cd reissue of Wings At The Speed of Sound (no idea why its on that cd). There is also a fabulous outtake floating around. 

                                                                                  They were talking about Sally G on the Maccaboard about the same time, and someone linked to this Nashville Scene article on the backstory you might find interesting.

                                                                                  parlance

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                                                                                  parlance said

                                                                                  meanmistermustard said
                                                                                  Sally G is a cracking song, one of the many gems that has got sort of buried in Paul's catalogue, and can be found on the 1993 cd reissue of Wings At The Speed of Sound (no idea why its on that cd). There is also a fabulous outtake floating around. 

                                                                                  They were talking about Sally G on the Maccaboard about the same time, and someone linked to this Nashville Scene article on the backstory you might find interesting.

                                                                                  parlance

                                                                                  Thanks for posting Parlance. An interesting read.

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                                                                                  They had a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Help me with the timeline, folks. When did Paul and Linda become veretarians? If they were at this time, perhaps they only ate the mashed potatoes & gravy, coleslaw, and biscuits.

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                                                                                  Ahhh Girl said
                                                                                  They had a bucket of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Help me with the timeline, folks. When did Paul and Linda become veretarians? If they were at this time, perhaps they only ate the mashed potatoes & gravy, coleslaw, and biscuits.

                                                                                  I forgot to mention that was my question too.

                                                                                  Edit: The biscuits alone aren't *that* greasy. :->

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