Paul And Linda McCartney - Ram (LP)

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Artist: Paul And Linda McCartney
Album: Ram
Released: Worldwide, 17 Nov 2017
Genre(s): Rock, Pop Rock

Tracklist:

A1Too Many People
A23 Legs
A3Ram On
A4Dear Boy
A5Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
A6Smile Away
B1Heart Of The Country
B2Monkberry Moon Delight
B3Eat At Home
B4Long Haired Lady
B5Ram On
B6The Back Seat Of My Car

Ram is the only album credited to the couple Paul and Linda McCartney. He and Linda recorded it in New York with guitarists David Spinozza and Hugh McCracken, and future Wings drummer Denny Seiwell. Three singles were issued from Ram: 'Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey,' which was McCartney's first number 1 hit in America as a solo artist, 'The Back Seat of My Car" and "Eat at Home.' Now reissued on 180g vinyl to complete your collection.

"Ram is the only album credited to the husband-and-wife music duo Paul and Linda McCartney, released on 17 May 1971 by Apple Records. It was recorded in New York with guitarists David Spinozza and Hugh McCracken, and future Wings drummer Denny Seiwell. Three singles were issued from the album: "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" (Paul's first number 1 hit in America without the Beatles), "The Back Seat of My Car" and "Eat at Home". The recording sessions also yielded the non-album single "Another Day". The album's release coincided with a period of acrimony between McCartney and his former Beatles bandmates, and followed his legal action in the United Kingdom's High Court to dissolve the Beatles partnership. John Lennon perceived slights in the lyrics to songs such as "Too Many People". Although McCartney felt that he had addressed the criticisms he received with his 1970 solo debut, McCartney, Ram elicited a similarly unfavourable reaction from music journalists. It nonetheless topped the national albums charts in the UK, the Netherlands and Canada. Today, Ram is held in high regard by many music critics and is often ranked as one of McCartney's best solo albums. It has also been recognised as an early indie pop album. In 1971, McCartney produced Thrillington, an instrumental interpretation of Ram that was released in 1977 under the pseudonym "Percy 'Thrills' Thrillington". In 2012, an expanded edition of Ram was reissued with over two dozen bonus tracks as part of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection. In 2020, Ram was ranked number 450 on Rolling Stone's list of the greatest albums of all time.[6]" - Wikipedia

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