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All The Best

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Jet
4:09  
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Band On the Run
5:13  
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Coming Up
3:52  
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Ebony And Ivory
3:43  
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Listen To What The Man Said
3:57  
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No More Lonely Nights
4:39  
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Silly Love Songs
5:56  
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Let 'Em In
5:11  
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C Moon
4:34  
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Pipes Of Peace
3:25  
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Live And Let Die
3:13  
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Another Day
3:42  
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Once Upon A Long Ago
4:10  
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Say Say Say
3:55  
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My Love
4:09  
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We All Stand Together
4:24  
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Mull Of Kintyre
4:44  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 72:56

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A Lesson In How To Write A Hit

runnicles

McCartney's albums may have been patchy affairs over the years but as a mastercraftsman of the Pop Song there is no-one finer and this collection proves that. Even the cartoon qualities of We All Stand Together can't hide its brilliant studio workmanship which would have fit any Beatles album perfectly. One forgets The Beatles were a pop group, not a rock band, not even a rock 'n' roll band, they specialised in fabulous streamlined pop music, and Macca simply continued that tradition with his solo work. And as Silly Love Songs goes - "what's wrong with that?".

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Could go all the way

McrIsRed

This kid could be big , give him a listen.

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