What is the next paul McCartney archive release?


Album Original release date Archive reissue date
Wild Life 7 December 1971 7 December 2018
Red Rose Speedway 30 April 1973 7 December 2018
Wings 1971-73 Previously unreleased 7 December 2018
Flaming Pie 5 May 1997 31 July 2020

Will there be McCartney 321 Season 2?

McCartney 3,2,1 is a 2021 American documentary miniseries starring British musician Paul McCartney and producer Rick Rubin….McCartney 3,2,1 (miniseries)

McCartney 3,2,1
Distributor Hulu
Original release July 16, 2021

What is paul McCartney’s best song?

Paul McCartney’s 40 Greatest Solo Songs

  • “Hi, Hi, Hi”
  • “Junk”
  • “Jet”
  • “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”
  • “Live and Let Die”
  • “Too Many People”
  • “Band on the Run”
  • “Maybe I’m Amazed” Paul McCartney conjured this simple, immaculate love song on his piano at home at 7 Cavendish Avenue in St.

Who has paul McCartney collaborated with?

Duets and collaborations

  • With Stevie Wonder. Tug of War (1982)
  • With Carl Perkins. Tug of War (1982)
  • With Michael Jackson. Thriller (1983)
  • With Johnny Cash. Water from the Wells of Home (1988)
  • With Elvis Costello.
  • With Smokin’ Mojo Filters (a.k.a. “Paul Weller & Friends”)
  • With Carl Perkins.
  • With Heather Mills.

Who is the interviewer in McCartney 3,2,1?

legend Rick Rubin
But the stunning new Hulu docuseries McCartney 3, 2, 1 presents Paul like we’ve never seen him before: the proud music geek. It’s just Macca in deep conversation with fellow legend Rick Rubin, as they listen close to the Beatles’ music, sharing memories and focusing on the sonic details.

Who was better Lennon or McCartney?

In conclusion, John Lennon was a better lyricist but McCartney made better melodies. They both pursued successful solo careers post-Beatles but they churned out their best works while they were with the band. As such, they complemented and inspired each other.

Is Paul McCartney underrated?

It’s weird to say that a musician regarded as the most successful artist of all time is underrated. But in a big way, it’s true for Paul McCartney. The former Beatle had such a successful 10-year start to his career that the next 45 years is an afterthought, almost a footnote.