Various - The Songs Of John Lennon & Paul McCartney Performed By The World's Greatest Rock Artists album download
|A1||–Ambrosia||Magical Mystery Tour|
|A2||–Elton John||Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds|
|A3||–Bee Gees||Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight|
|A4||–Leo Sayer||I Am The Walrus|
|A5||–Bryan Ferry||She's Leaving Home|
|A6||–Roy Wood||Lovely Rita|
|A7||–Keith Moon||When I'm Sixty-Four|
|B1||–Rod Stewart||Get Back|
|B2||–Leo Sayer||Let It Be|
|B4||–Jeff Lynne||With A Little Help From My Friends / Nowhere Man|
|B5||–Lynsey De Paul||Because|
|B6||–Bee Gees||She Came In Through The Bathroom Window|
|C1||–The Four Seasons||We Can Work It Out|
|C2||–Helen Reddy||The Fool On The Hill|
|C3||–Frankie Laine||Maxwell's Silver Hammer|
|C4||–Brothers Johnson||Hey Jude|
|C5||–Roy Wood||Polythene Pam|
|C6||–Bee Gees||Sun King|
|C7||–Status Quo||Getting Better|
|D1||–Leo Sayer||The Long And Winding Road|
|D3||–Peter Gabriel||Strawberry Fields Forever|
|D4||–Frankie Valli||A Day In The Life|
|D5||–Tina Turner||Come Together|
|D6||–Wil Malone & Lou Reizner||You Never Give Me Your Money|
|D7||–The London Symphony Orchestra||The End|
- Producer – Lou Reizner
Subtitle is: The Soundtrack from All This and World War II.
|2T-522||Various||All This And World War II (2xLP, Album + Box)||20TH Century Records||2T-522||US||1976|
|LP S 65 18/19||Various||All This And World War II (2xLP, Album)||20TH Century Records||LP S 65 18/19||Portugal||1976|
|WB 66 049||Various||All This And World War II (2xLP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 66 049||Germany||1976|
|P-6305~6W||Various||All This And World War II (2xLP, Album, Comp, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||P-6305~6W||Japan||1976|
|819514010210, none||Various||All This And World War II - Original Soundtrack (2xCD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM)||Culture Factory, Universal Music Special Markets, Island Records||819514010210, none||US||2015|
Here Today is McCartney’s moving response to Lennon’s death. Produced by George Martin, the subtle ballad carries distinct echoes of the Beatles, with heartbreakingly honest lyrics that continue McCartney’s lifelong dialogue with his late friend. We had some great conversations just before he died, he recalled in 1993. But the song was way more glam rock than country, with a majorly psychedelic cast of characters including an Eskimo and a sea lion. By his second solo album, McCartney had every reason to be pissed off: His beloved band had dissolved, and everyone seemed to be blaming him. His frustration spilled out in this startlingly biting track, recorded in New York. That was your first mistake/You took your lucky break and broke it in two, he scoffs - a direct swipe at John Lennon.
Lennon–McCartney (sometimes McCartney–Lennon) was the songwriting partnership between English musicians John Lennon (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) and Paul McCartney (born 18 June 1942) of the Beatles. It is one of the best known and is the most successful musical collaboration ever by records sold, with the Beatles selling over 600 million records worldwide as of 2004.
Sir James Paul McCartney CH MBE (born 18 June 1942) is an English singer-songwriter, t, and composer. He gained worldwide fame as the bass guitarist and singer for the rock band the Beatles, widely considered the most popular and influential group in the history of popular music. McCartney is one of the most successful composers and performers of all time.
Band on the Run' is McCartney's best post-Beatles album (four of its tracks show up on our list of the Top 10 Paul McCartney Songs) - the first solo work to fall together as consistently as the LPs he made with his old group. Not so coincidentally, one of its best songs recalls something Fab: not McCartney's own songs but former bandmate John Lennon. In fact, 'Let Me Roll It' is a better John Lennon song than what Lennon himself was making in 1973. 7. 'Venus and Mars, Rock Show'. From: 'Venus and Mars' (1975).
Avoiding what could have been a cheap cash-in on youth culture and the rising influence of rock on popular music, Keely Smith instead delivered a gorgeously rendered, swinging, and utterly purehearted celebration of the Beatles on 1964's Keely Smith Sings the John Lennon-Paul McCartney Songbook. Deftly eschewing the use of the Beatles name in the album title, Smith instead chose to focus on the songwriting talents of Lennon and McCartney. The result was an album that smartly recontextualized the band's songs within the pantheon of traditional pop and the canon of standards that grew.
The best Paul McCartney in my opinion. Amazing harmony and the instruments all perfect played. In this song McCartney sings fantasticly and his lyrics are very good. I would recommended as the best with no hesitation. One of the best McCartney song of his solo career. Fun Fact: Paul McCartney was at a party and he heard the song God Only Knows, by the band The Beach Boys, off their album Pet Sounds, and the song impressed him as one of the most beautiful songs ever made (he might have used some of those words exactly) That night he went home and wrote Here, There, and Everywhere.
Paul had been kicking it around since the earliest of days - a recording from 1960 exists - and by the time it made it to an album (late 1964), it was truly ripe and perfect and needed less than two minutes to say its peace. Within a decade, not only would louder be better, but longer would be better. I admit, it's a pet peeve of mine that so many musicians insist on wasting time. McCartney hogged the rest of the instruments for himself. Or perhaps he was just being nice, not wanting to wake John "I'm Only Sleeping" Lennon. Maybe the rockers in the house aren't pleased with the mellowness, but have you never been mellow?
Paul McCartney’s second solo release after The Beatles was Ram released in May of 1971. The album cover show McCartney on a farm holding a Ram by it’s horn. ohn Lennon believed that songs on Ram included jibes at him in the lyrics, including Too Many People and Dear Boy. McCartney later said that only two lines in Too Many People were directed at Lennon. In one song, I wrote, ‘Too many people preaching practices,’ I think is the line. I mean, that was a little dig at John and Yoko. There wasn’t anything else on Ram that was about them