I'm glad that Paul made this album - the one he said he wanted to make for a long time. But I have a suggestion for an album: Why not make a CD of some early, never-recorded songs Paul wrote in the pre-Beatles days? Fans have read about titles like 'That's My Woman', 'Years Roll Along', the instrumentals 'Winston's Walk' and 'Looking Glass' to name a few. Adding perhaps songs like 'Just Fun', 'Too Bad About Sorrows', and others that have surfaced in not-so-serious fragments recorded during the 'Let It Be' sessions. It's be a kick to hear these, even if they were primitive early song writing attempts. Personally, I think that if such an album idea even occurred to Paul, he might be worried about the potential trouble such songs might cause. After all, were some or all such songs co-written with John? Would Yoko demand John get co-credit? Or at this late stage can he even remember who wrote what? Maybe doing something like this would be more of a headache to Paul than it'd be worth. Still, we don't have a time machine, and Paul is the only Beatle with such songs in living memory. He's already forgotten some - he said in an interview that if George hadn't remembered 'Thinking Of Linking' (performed on the bonus DVD of 'Anthology') that it would have been lost as he didn't remember it himself. As for the many other songs from that eary period they will indeed be lost - unless Sir Paul decides to resurrect them before it's too late.