| Celebrate the 50th anniversary of McCartney with a limited edition Record Store Day release Arriving Saturday 26th September Originally released in April 1970 just one month before The Beatles’ swansong album Let It Be, McCartney was Paul McCartney’s debut solo record, and is considered one of the greatest solo debuts in rock history. A self-produced album on which Paul played every instrument himself, the eponymous album represented a creative rebirth, bursting with new ideas, experiments, playfulness and freedom. The album is now reissued on 180g black vinyl as a half-speed master cut at Abbey Road Studios, exclusively for Record Store Day 2020. |
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Side one: The Lovely Linda That Would Be Something Valentine Day Every Night Hot as Sun/Glasses Junk Man We Was Lonely
Side two: Oo You Momma Miss America Teddy Boy Singalong Junk Maybe I’m Amazed Kreen-Akrore
More details about Record Store Day can be found HERE! Remember to plan your day in advance and follow Record Store Day’s safe social distancing guidelines. All the best!