When you think about The Beatles and their profound effect on popular culture and music it’s easy to forget that they recorded all of their music within a span of about 8 years. Since then, for a period of 45 years, Paul McCartney has been churning out music as a solo artist. In recognition of that body of work, McCartney has released Pure McCartney, a career retrospective covering some of the best tracks from his post-Beatles years. The collection is available in three editions: an abbreviated two-disc CD with 39 tracks, a four-disc vinyl set with 46 tracks, and a four-disc CD + deluxe digital edition with 67 tracks.
“Me and my team came up with the idea of putting together a collection of my recordings with nothing else in mind other than having something fun to listen to,” Paul says of this project.
“Maybe it’s to be enjoyed on a long car journey or an evening at home or at a party with friends? So we got our heads together and came up with these diverse playlists from various periods of my long and winding career.”
You can check out the complete track list on McCartney’s website or listen to the entire collection on Spotify. You can purchase your copy by visiting your local music store, or online.
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