|1||Interview With Gary Crowley|
- Interviewer – Gary Crowley
The audio comes from an interview with Sir Paul McCartney, recorded in Air Studios, London, with Gary Crowley, in July 2005.
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- Label Code: LC 0299
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- Copyright (c) – MPL Communications Ltd.
- Licensed From – EMI Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
Формируйте собственную коллекция коллекцию записей Paul McCartney. album notes. Released to widespread critical acclaim, and earning Paul three Grammy nominations, Chaos And Creation In The Backyard saw McCartney hand over production to the and Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich. When Paul and I got together we had a common goal, said Godrich. We wanted to make a great album that was true to Paul. I think thats exactly what we did. We really made a lot of it up as we went along, added Paul. Id try something and if it didnt work Id try something else until it did. It was like making a go-cart in the backyard. Chaos and Creation in the Backyard is the thirteenth solo studio album by Paul McCartney, released in the UK on 12 October 2005 and in the US on 13 October. A long time in the making, the set was produced by Radiohead and Beck collaborator Nigel Godrich at George Martin's suggestion. McCartney plays almost all of the instruments, similar to his 1970 album McCartney and the 1980 McCartney II album. In addition, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard marks the first time since 1984's Give My Regards to. Chaos and Creation in the Backyard - Interview disc. Releasing An Album. 0:46 , Interview. Making A Good Album. Virgin Breakfast Show with Pete & Geoff. The duo rapidly established a cult following with their witty and slightly risque banter, and in 1998 won a Sony radio academy award for their show. Quiet though it may be, Paul McCartney experienced something of a late-career renaissance with the release of his 1997 album Flaming Pie. With that record, he shook off years of coyness and half-baked ideas and delivered an album that, for whatever its slight flaws, was both ambitious and cohesive, and it started a streak that continued through the driving rock & roll album Run Devil Run and its 2001 follow-up, Driving Rain. Paul McCartney & Ringo Starr - With a Little Help From My Friends Live - Продолжительность: 6:16 Jairo T 8. My Top 20 Favourite Albums Of All premise of Paul McCartney working with Nigel Godrich was clear from the start. McCartney wanted a producer who appreciated his storied past but at the same time believed that, at sixty-three, he has a vital future. Though its clearly the product of a true partnership between the artist and his producer, Chaos is instantly recognizable as a McCartney album. For one thing, that voice is front and center, as wistful and full of yearning as ever, effortlessly lending these songs a rich sense of emotional conviction. And that grounding frees Godrich to roughen up McCartneys innate melodic smoothness. Jenny Wren is an acoustic ballad in the manner of Mother Natures Son. You cant really blame Paul McCartney. For the last couple of years Maccas toured the States and indeed, the world, revisiting the catalog of the Fab Four as well as his own successful solo output, to the delight of fans old and new. As far as albums go, however, hes been decidedly less consistent. So imagine my surprise when I spun McCartneys 20th solo album, Chaos And Creation In The Backyard and not only found it engaging but actually sort of worthwhile. Sir Paul is an elder statesman now, but Chaos and Creation in the Backyard finds him in considered and tastefully restrained form, penning songs worthy of his finest hour. Emotionally, Chaos and Creation manages to avoid being mired in oversentimentality, while retaining a powerful, understated sincerity. Poignant though it is, however, the record is essentially positive and hopeful: Sir Paul's playfulness beams through in his intonation, which picks up a line such as It's not rightIn your lifeToo much rain and breathes life and optimism into its words. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Fine Line. How Kind Of You. In both cases before, McCartney had constructed an album entirely on his own after the demise of famous groups, first the Beatles and then Wings. But his efforts at establishing himself as a separate entity led to a couple of pitfalls, first with the incomplete-sounding McCartney in 1970 and then the overly mechanized preoccupations of McCartney II. Eventually, he came to appreciate what Godrich brought to Chaos and Creation in the Backyard. Together, they created a solo effort that refused to settle into either the comfy, half-drawn sketches found on McCartney or the half-baked stabs at modernity that sunk McCartney II