Pure McCartney celebrates his solo, Wings and Fireman work

Paul McCartney has announced the release of a new collection of his post-Beatles career.

the 4CD Pure McCartney features 67 tracks, spanning his 1970 solo debut album all the way through to 2013’s New.

It will also be available to buy as a 2CD and 4LP set.

Speaking about the project, McCartney said in a statement: “Me and my team came up with the idea of putting together a collection of my recordings with nothing else in mind other than having something fun to listen to.

“Maybe it’s to be enjoyed on a long car journey or an evening at home or at a party with friends? So we got our heads together and came up with these diverse playlists from various periods of my long and winding career.”

The album will be released on 10 June.

The tracklisting is:

PURE McCartney 2CD
DISC 1
01 Maybe I’m Amazed
02 Heart Of The Country
03 Jet
04 Warm And Beautiful
05 Listen To What The Man Said
06 Dear Boy
07 Silly Love Songs
08 The Song We Were Singing
09 Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
10 Another Day
11 Sing The Changes
12 Jenny Wren
13 Save Us
14 Mrs Vandebilt
15 Mull of Kintyre
16 Let ‘Em In
17 Let Me Roll It
18 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five
19 Ebony and Ivory

DISC 2
01 Band on the Run
02 Arrow Through Me
03 My Love
04 Live and Let Die
05 Too Much Rain
06 Goodnight Tonight
07 Say Say Say [2015 Remix]
08 My Valentine
09 The World Tonight
10 Pipes of Peace
11 Dance Tonight
12 Here Today
13 Wanderlust
14 Great Day
15 Coming Up
16 No More Lonely Nights
17 Only Mama Knows
18 With a Little Luck
19 Hope For The Future
20 Junk

PURE McCartney 4CD – 67 tracks
DISC 1
01 Maybe I’m Amazed
02 Heart Of The Country
03 Jet
04 Warm And Beautiful
05 Listen To What The Man Said
06 Dear Boy
07 Silly Love Songs
08 The Song We Were Singing
09 Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
10 Early Days
11 Big Barn Bed
12 Another Day
13 Flaming Pie
14 Jenny Wren
15 Too Many People
16 Let Me Roll It
17 New

DISC 2
01 Live and Let Die
02 English Tea
03 Mull of Kintyre
04 Save Us
05 My Love
06 Bip Bop
07 Let ‘Em In
08 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five
09 Calico Skies
10 Hi, Hi, Hi
11 Waterfalls
12 Band on the Run
13 Appreciate
14 Sing The Changes
15 Arrow Through Me
16 Every Night
17 Junior’s Farm
18 Mrs Vandebilt

DISC 3
01 Say Say Say [2015 Remix]
02 My Valentine
03 Pipes of Peace
04 The World Tonight
05 Souvenir
06 Dance Tonight
07 Ebony and Ivory
08 Fine Line
09 Here Today
10 Press
11 Wanderlust
12 Winedark Open Sea
13 Beautiful Night
14 Girlfriend
15 Queenie Eye
16 We All Stand Together

DISC 4
01 Coming Up
02 Too Much Rain
03 Good Times Coming / Feel The Sun
04 Goodnight Tonight
05 Baby’s Request
06 With a Little Luck
07 Little Willow
08 Only Mama Knows
09 Don’t Let it Bring You Down
10 The Back Seat Of My Car
11 No More Lonely Nights
12 Great Day
13 Venus and Mars / Rock Show
14 Temporary Secretary
15 Hope For The Future
16 Junk

VINYL
A1
01 Maybe I’m Amazed
02 Heart Of The Country
03 Jet
04 Warm And Beautiful
05 Listen To What The Man Said
06 Dear Boy

A2
01 Silly Love Songs
02 The Song We Were Singing
03 Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
04 Another Day
05 New

B1
01 Mull of Kintyre
02 Sing The Changes
03 Jenny Wren
04 Mrs Vandebilt
05 Save Us

B2
01 Let ‘Em In
02 Let Me Roll It
03 Ebony and Ivory
04 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five

C1
01 Band on the Run
02 Arrow Through Me
03 My Love
04 Live and Let Die
05 Too Much Rain

C2
01 Say Say Say [2015 Remix]
02 My Valentine
03 Goodnight Tonight
04 The World Tonight
05 Pipes of Peace

D1
01 Dance Tonight
02 Here Today
03 Wanderlust
04 Great Day
05 Coming Up
06 No More Lonely Nights

D201
Too Many People
02 Only Mama Knows
03 With a Little Luck
04 Hope For The Future
05 Junk

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