Paul McCartney recorded a version of Sam Cooke’s ‘Bring It On Home To Me’ for his 1988 album Choba B CCCP.

The song was recorded by Cooke on 26 April 1962, and released the following month as the b-side of his ‘Having A Party’ single.

‘Bring It On Home To Me’ was recorded by John Lennon for his 1975 album Rock ‘N’ Roll, where it was part of a medley with ‘Send Me Some Lovin”.

McCartney’s version was recorded on 20 July 1987, along with the bulk of Choba B CCCP: ‘Kansas City’, ‘Twenty Flight Rock’, ‘Lawdy Miss Clawdy’, ‘I’m In Love Again’, ‘Lucille’, ‘I’m Gonna Be A Wheel Someday’, ‘That’s All Right (Mama)’, ‘Summertime’, ‘Just Because’, and ‘Midnight Special’.

McCartney also sang lead vocals on a version of ‘Bring It On Home To Me’ which was the final track on the 2006 Al Jarreau and George Benson album Givin’ It Up.

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