So powerfully good..not to be compared!
This album , in my estimation is the best ever from Paul Mc Cartney…!!
the most enduring musician and witer of our time and in some ways all time
and that says a lot..
being a classical musician and having roots in the 60's I know the trajectory well...
but this is enough to literally make me cry.(with sheer joy!)
Why! The lyrics are about Climate change and certain US presidents!) (despite dire warnings!)
Wow is an understatement..seriously...and his candidness on Happy with you,..so honest and clear! a statement that needs to be heard.., and Who Cares? (and the fantastic video that goes with it on youtube!! I wacthced it 15 times over and over...it tackles th eissues of bullying and negative people and how to "deal" with them. Paul speaks with authority after 50 years of hits...and his musicianship is so comprehensive....but really not being a rock fan..these days I LOVED it… am so charged by its richness and the variety and passion and polish..
It plugged me in and charged me in a way that nop media could do...authentically! "People Want Peace" is truly a critical piece for our times. The world is so weary of war and killing and an economy devoted to this...'Do It Now" makes a popint about not [rocratinating on making your personal puspose and vision manifest...dont put it off and regret it!! (It concerns me though as I read into this that Paul might sense something about his being here on this planet too much longer????...Oh dear!
.....I truly did not know Paul could create so many worthy songs in one album,..but going back to Sarg…. Pepper I realized I had some revival to do..."(Fixing a Hole!!the latest remaster!!)
“Dominos” has some very creative coal tonalities…always variety and new styles to enhance the entire experience!
Hunt you down /naked/c-link is peak experimental genius and the “blues tendency “ on his solo on C-Link is radically good…so much soul and experience packed into that……all the snags are top level.. The Back in brazil” demonstrates Mc cartney’s ability to mimic any style and that means any…
Paul…. does not have not answer to any reviews or self proclaimed critics..he is somber beyond it…there is LOTS of musical innovation in this albums.
there is no reason to compare any song on this album to any other to his work ..it is new it is classic mc carney and of that means “new” …,limit pushing…Paul’s voice i have watched all of his videos in the last 10 years the concerts and i was amazed at his voice..76 years old? really…he has changed the world ..literally mc carney is an evolutionary force of nature.
as far as any self proclaimed critics with bad reviews, he wrote “”Who cares “ just for you…
as loggins and messina wrote “Your mama don’t dance!
this music comes from the soul of genius that blew our minds with
“when I'm 64” (love those clarinets remastered!!!!!
elan sun star,...hawaii.
Time to retire. And thank you for the music. Also if you can, admit the real Paul died in 1966.
I like these.
IT'S ABOUT %$#@!!! TIME
I haven't bothered with Sir Paul since the release of RAM, finding his post-Beatles work less than enthralling if not utterly insipid. Wings? Really?
This is a solid album, easily the best one he's put out in decades. It is quite Beatles-ish in many ways and, even though decades later, a worthy successor to RAM. Trust me, this stuff grows on you.
Stop now please!
By Thomas O
The world does not need a fuh you song from Paul, you are better than that. I love you Paul and so thankful for the years of fantastic music. But your lyrics are becoming boring and your voice understandably is starting to fade. Go out and top and don't create this mediocre filler music. To me you are the best of the best and have nothing to prove so as you once said - - - Let It Be.
I just wanna fun you?
I'm not sure where's he's going with that song sorry same old Mc Cartney production once again ..... Interesting ? guess this is all they have in their old age .... it's truly not about the money anymore ..... voice is just not their anymore 😞
Paul Needs To Let it go
By Wicked Wolf
one of Paul's best work was Golden Slumbers on the Abby Road LP. His voice was powerful and strong. But we must know he has missed the bus with this CD due to his age. I watched them on Ed Sullivan Show in the early sixties. They blew me away and his's first two solo LPs where Mind blowing. At that time I knew they where all to big to be together as a band. All four where front men. And the music they made solo was music to my ears. But as Neil Young said "Comes a time". Paul yours has come now.
All around best effort since the 70’s
It took about 4 spins through; but this is truly one of his best albums since the middle seventies. I cannot make up my mind on the best song on this, the “back in Brazil”, “do it now”, and “despite repeated warnings” all serve notice that Paul is still a force to be reckoned with.
There should be an additional stars option
Every single song is as close to perfect as any other song that came before them. Constant repeat’