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Paul McCartney wrote the film score for "The Family Way." The soundtrack album was released on June 12, 1967. It features the instrumental "Love In The Open Air." The recording was arranged and supervised by George Martin. It's arguably the first Beatles solo album. However, George Harrison's "Wonderwall Music" soundtrack album, released in England on November 1, 1968, was credited to George Harrison. "The Family Way" soundtrack album was credited to the George Martin Orchestra.
The Family Way


On April 9, 1970, in an official press statement announcing the release of the album "McCartney," Paul admitted that the Beatles had broken up. On April 10, 1970, the London Daily Mirror ran a front-page story with the headline, "Paul Is Quitting The Beatles." The "McCartney" album was released in the U.S. on April 20, 1970. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "That Would Be Something," "Every Night," "Teddy Boy," and "Maybe I'm Amazed."
McCartney (Archive Collection)


The album "Ram" was released on May 17, 1971. The album is credited to Paul and Linda McCartney. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. The album features the songs "Too Many People," "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" (#1 in 1971), and "Ram On." The bonus tracks include "Another Day"/"Oh Woman, Oh Why," a double-sided single that hit #5 in 1971.
Ram


The band Wings included Linda McCartney on organ and background vocals, Denny Laine on guitar, and Denny Seiwell on drums. The album "Wild Life" was released on December 7, 1971. It peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Bip Bop," and "Love Is Strange." Bonus tracks include "Give Ireland Back To The Irish" (#21 in 1972), and "Mary Had A Little Lamb"/"Little Woman Love," a double-sided single that hit #28 in 1972.
Wild Life


The album "Red Rose Speedway" was released on April 30, 1973. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "My Love" (#1 in 1973), and "C Moon." This version of the album includes the bonus tracks "Hi, Hi, Hi" (#10 in 1972), "The Mess," and "I Lie Around."
Red Rose Speedway


The classic album "Band On The Run" was released on December 5, 1973. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Helen Wheels" (#10 in 1973), "Band On The Run" (#1 in 1974), "Jet" (#7 in 1974), "Bluebird," "Mrs. Vandebilt," "Let Me Roll It," "Mamunia," "No Words" (written by Paul McCartney and Denny Laine), "Picasso's Last Words (Drink To Me)," and "Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Five."
Band On The Run [+Digital Booklet]


The album "Venus And Mars" was released on May 27, 1975. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Listen To What The Man Said" (#1 in 1975), "Love In Song," "Venus And Mars Rock Show" (#12 in 1975), and "Letting Go" (#39 in 1975).
Venus & Mars


The album "Wings At The Speed Of Sound" was released on March 25, 1976. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Silly Love Songs" (#1 in 1976), and "Let 'Em In" (#3 in 1976).
Wings at the Speed of Sound (Deluxe Book)


"Wings Over America" was originally released as a triple-album on December 10, 1976. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. This 2-CD, 28-song set features live versions of "Let Me Roll It," "Maybe I'm Amazed" (#10 in 1977), "Lady Madonna," "The Long And Winding Road," "Live And Let Die," "Letting Go," and "Band On The Run."
Wings Over America [Standard Edition]


The "Paul McCartney And Wings: Rockshow" concert film was recorded during their 1976 world tour. It includes their performances of "Venus And Mars/Rock Show," "Jet," "Let Me Roll It," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Lady Madonna," "The Long And Winding Road," "Live And Let Die," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Blackbird," "Yesterday," "Listen To What The Man Said," and "Band On The Run."
Rockshow [Blu-ray]


The album "London Town" was released on March 31, 1978. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "With A Little Luck" (#1 in 1978), "I've Had Enough" (#25 in 1978), and "London Town" (#39 in 1978). One of the bonus tracks is "Girls' School" (#33 in 1977).
London Town


The 12-song collection, "Wings - Greatest Hits," was released on November 13, 1978. It peaked at #29 in Billboard's album chart. It includes "Live And Let Die" (#2 in 1973), "Junior's Farm" (#3 in 1974), and "Mull Of Kintyre."
Wings - Greatest Hits


The album "Back To The Egg" was released on June 8, 1979. It's the last album credited to the group Wings. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Getting Closer" (#20 in 1979), "Spin It On," "Arrow Through Me" (#29 in 1979), and "Rockestra Theme." Bonus tracks include "Daytime Nightime Suffering," and "Wonderful Christmastime."
Back To The Egg


The album "McCartney II" was released on May 16, 1980. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Temporary Secretary," and "Waterfalls." Bonus tracks include a live version of "Coming Up" (#1 in 1980).
McCartney II (Archive Collection)


The album "Tug Of War" was released on April 26, 1982. It was produced by George Martin. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder duet "Ebony And Ivory" (#1 in 1982), the Paul McCartney and Carl Perkins duet "Get It," and the hit song "Take It Away" (#10 in 1982).
Tug Of War


The album "Pipes Of Peace" was released on November 1, 1983. It was produced by George Martin. It peaked at #15 in Billboard's album chart. It features the Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson duet "Say Say Say" (#1 in 1983), as well as the songs "So Bad" (#23 in 1984), and "Tug Of Peace." Bonus tracks include "Twice In A Life Time," and "We All Stand Together."
Pipes of Peace


Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr play themselves in the 1984 movie, "Give My Regards To Broad Street." Paul has until midnight to find the missing master tapes of his latest album.
Give My Regards To Broad Street


The soundtrack album, "Give My Regards To Broad Street," was released on October 22, 1984. It peaked at #21 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "No More Lonely Nights" (#6 in 1984), and "Wanderlust." It also includes newly recorded versions of "Yesterday," "Eleanor Rigby/Eleanor's Dream," and "The Long And Winding Road."
Give My Regards To Broad Street


The album "Press To Play" was released on September 1, 1986. It includes the songs "Press" (#21 in 1986), and "Only Love Remains." It includes the bonus tracks "Spies Like Us" (#7 in 1985), and "Once Upon A Long Ago."
Press to Play


The 17-song collection "All The Best" was released on November 2, 1987. It includes "Junior's Farm" (#3 in 1974), "With A Little Luck" (#1 in 1978), and "Goodnight Tonight" (#5 in 1979). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
All The Best


The album "Flowers In The Dirt" was released on June 5, 1989. Paul wrote several songs with Elvis Costello. It peaked at #21 in Billboard's album chart. The album includes "My Brave Face" (#25 in 1989), "Put It There," "Figure Of Eight," and "That Day Is Done."
Flowers In The Dirt


"Paul McCartney's Get Back World Tour" took place during 1989 and 1990. Richard Lester came out of retirement to document the tour. Richard directed the movies "A Hard Day's Night" (1964), and "Help!" (1965). Songs performed include "Can't Buy Me Love," and "Band On The Run."
Paul McCartney's Get Back World Tour


Paul McCartney won the Grammy's Lifetime Achievement Award in 1990. The album "Tripping The Live Fantastic" was released on November 5, 1990. It features live performances of "Got To Get You Into My Life," "Can't Buy Me Love," and "My Brave Face."
Tripping The Live Fantastic


The "Unplugged: Live" album was released on May 20, 1991. It peaked at #14 in Billboard's album chart. It features Paul's performances of "We Can Work It Out," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Blackbird," and "Good Rockin' Tonight."
Unplugged - The Official Bootleg


In 1991, Paul McCartney composed the "Liverpool Oratorio," to mark the 150th anniversary of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The album was released on October 11, 1991. It features soloists Kiri Te Kanawa and Jerry Hadley, in an autobiographical story about a Liverpudlian bloke named Shanty.
McCartney: Liverpool Oratorio


This album of rock and roll songs was originally released in Russia in 1988. It was released in the U.S. on October 29, 1991. It includes "Twenty Flight Rock," "Lucille," "That's All Right Mama," and "Ain't That A Shame."
CHOBA B CCCP (Back in the USSR)


The album "Off The Ground" was released on February 1, 1993. It peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the title song, as well as "Hope Of Deliverance," "Biker Like An Icon," and "C'mon People."
Off the Ground


The album "Paul Is Live" was released on November 8, 1993. It includes Paul's performances of "Peace In The Neighbourhood," "All My Loving," "My Love," "Live And Let Die," and "I Wanna Be Your Man."
Paul Is Live


The album "Flaming Pie" was released on May 27, 1997. It was produced by Jeff Lynne. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "World Tonight," "Young Boy," and "Great Day."
Flaming Pie


Paul McCartney, with the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, recorded "Standing Stone." The classical music album was released on September 29, 1997. It includes "Crystal Ship," "Sea Voyage," "Safe Haven - Standing Stone," and "Love Duet."
Paul McCartney's: Standing Stone


Paul McCartney was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999. The album "Run Devil Run" was released on October 4, 1999. It features the songs "Blue Jean Bop," "All Shook Up," "Lonesome Town," and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man."
Run Devil Run


The album "Paul McCartney: Working Classical," performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and the Loma Mar Quartet chamber group, was released on November 1, 1999. It includes the songs "Junk," "My Love," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Calico Skies," and "The Lovely Linda."
Working Classical


"Paul McCartney - Live At The Cavern Club" was recorded on December 14, 1999. The Cavern Club was frequented by the Beatles in the early sixties. Paul's performances include "Twenty Flight Rock," and "I Saw Her Standing There."
Paul McCartney - Live at the Cavern Club


The 2-CD, 40-song collection, "Wingspan (Hits & History)," was released on May 8, 2001. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. It includes "My Love" (#1 in 1973), "With A Little Luck" (#1 in 1978), "The Lovely Linda," "Junk," and "The Back Seat Of My Car." HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Wingspan (Hits & History)


The documentary, entitled "Wingspan - An Intimate Portrait," was released on November 13, 2001. In addition to interviews and concert footage, it includes music videos for the songs "Jet," and "Let 'Em In."
Paul McCartney - Wingspan - An Intimate Portrait


The album "Driving Rain" was released on November 13, 2001. It peaked at #26 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the title song, as well as "From A Lover To A Friend," and "Back In The Sunshine Again." It ends with the bonus live track "Freedom," Paul's musical response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Driving Rain


"Back In The U.S. - Live 2002" was released on November 26, 2002. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. Paul McCartney dedicates the songs "Here Today" to John Lennon, "Something" to George Harrison, and "My Love" to Linda McCartney.
Back in the U.S. Live 2002


This tribute concert for George Harrison was held on November 29, 2002, one year to the day that he passed away. Paul McCartney did the songs "For You Blue," and "All Things Must Pass." Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton and Ringo Starr performed the songs "Something," and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."
Concert for George [Blu-ray]


The soundtrack album for "The In-Laws" was released on May 23, 2003. It includes the songs "Love For You" (previously unreleased), "Live And Let Die" (alternate version), and "I'm Carrying," by Paul McCartney and Wings.
In-Laws


The "Paul McCartney - Live In Red Square" concert was recorded on May 24, 2003. It includes Paul's performances of "Getting Better," "I Saw Her Standing There," "Flaming Pie," and "Back In The USSR."
Paul McCartney - Live in Red Square


The album "Chaos And Creation In The Backyard" was released on September 13, 2005. It peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Fine Line," "Jenny Wren," and "Promise To You Girl."
Chaos and Creation in the Backyard


"Paul McCartney: Ecce Cor Meum" (Behold My Heart), was released on September 25, 2006. It's an oratorio in four movements. It was performed by soprano Kate Royal; the boys of Magdalen College Choir, Oxford; the boys of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge; and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, conducted by Gavin Greenaway.
Paul McCartney: Ecce Cor Meum


The album "Memory Almost Full" was released on June 4, 2007. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Dance Tonight," "Ever Present Past," and "The End Of The End."
Memory Almost Full


The album "Electric Arguments" was released on November 25, 2008. It's the third album recorded by Youth and Paul McCartney, and credited to the Fireman. It features the songs "Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight," "Light From Your Lighthouse," and "Lovers In A Dream." The first two albums by the Fireman are "Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest" (1994), and "Rushes" (1998).
Electric Arguments


This 3-disc set, "Good Evening New York City," was recorded over a three-night period at New York's Citi Field, in July of 2009. The album, which was released on November 17, 2009, peaked at #16 in Billboard's album chart. Songs performed include "Drive My Car," "Flaming Pie," "Let It Be," "Hey Jude," "Band On The Run," and "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/The End."
Good Evening New York City [2 CD + 1 DVD Combo]


The 4-disc (3 CDs, 1 DVD) set, "Band On The Run (Archive Collection)," was released on November 2, 2010. It includes a remastered version of the "Band On The Run" album, bonus tracks, performances from the "One Hand Clapping" television special, and a new interview with Paul McCartney. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Band On The Run (Archive Collection)


The album "Ocean's Kingdom" was released on October 3, 2011. It's an orchestral piece, commissioned by the New York City Ballet. The recording was performed by the London Classical Orchestra, conducted by John Wilson.
Ocean's Kingdom


The album "Kisses On The Bottom" was released on February 7, 2012. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the standards "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter," "Always," and "Bye Bye Blackbird." It also features the song "My Valentine," written by Paul McCartney.
Kisses on the Bottom


"Paul McCartney: Live Kisses" was filmed at the Capitol Records recording studio in Hollywood, in 2012. It includes Paul's performances of "It's Only A Paper Moon," and "The Glory Of Love."
Paul McCartney: Live Kisses [Blu-ray]


Paul McCartney's "New" album was released on October 15, 2013. It includes the songs "Early Days," "On My Way To Work," "Everybody Out There," "Save Us," and "Looking At Her."
NEW [+digital booklet]

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Paul McCartney wrote the film score for "The Family Way." The soundtrack album was released on June 12, 1967. It features the instrumental "Love In The Open Air." The recording was arranged and supervised by George Martin. It's arguably the first Beatles solo album. However, George Harrison's "Wonderwall Music" soundtrack album, released in England on November 1, 1968, was credited to George Harrison. "The Family Way" soundtrack album was credited to the George Martin Orchestra.
1.  The Family Way [Soundtrack]  by Paul McCartney
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On April 9, 1970, in an official press statement announcing the release of the album "McCartney," Paul admitted that the Beatles had broken up. On April 10, 1970, the London Daily Mirror ran a front-page story with the headline, "Paul Is Quitting The Beatles." The "McCartney" album was released in the U.S. on April 20, 1970. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "That Would Be Something," "Every Night," "Teddy Boy," and "Maybe I'm Amazed."
2.  McCartney (Archive Collection) [Original recording remastered] [Special Edition]  by Paul McCartney
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The album "Ram" was released on May 17, 1971. The album is credited to Paul and Linda McCartney. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. The album features the songs "Too Many People," "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" (#1 in 1971), and "Ram On." The bonus tracks include "Another Day"/"Oh Woman, Oh Why," a double-sided single that hit #5 in 1971.
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The band Wings included Linda McCartney on organ and background vocals, Denny Laine on guitar, and Denny Seiwell on drums. The album "Wild Life" was released on December 7, 1971. It peaked at #10 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Bip Bop," and "Love Is Strange." Bonus tracks include "Give Ireland Back To The Irish" (#21 in 1972), and "Mary Had A Little Lamb"/"Little Woman Love," a double-sided single that hit #28 in 1972.
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The album "Red Rose Speedway" was released on April 30, 1973. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "My Love" (#1 in 1973), and "C Moon." This version of the album includes the bonus tracks "Hi, Hi, Hi" (#10 in 1972), "The Mess," and "I Lie Around."
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The classic album "Band On The Run" was released on December 5, 1973. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Helen Wheels" (#10 in 1973), "Band On The Run" (#1 in 1974), "Jet" (#7 in 1974), "Bluebird," "Mrs. Vandebilt," "Let Me Roll It," "Mamunia," "No Words" (written by Paul McCartney and Denny Laine), "Picasso's Last Words (Drink To Me)," and "Nineteen Hundred And Eighty-Five."
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The album "Venus And Mars" was released on May 27, 1975. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Listen To What The Man Said" (#1 in 1975), "Love In Song," "Venus And Mars Rock Show" (#12 in 1975), and "Letting Go" (#39 in 1975).
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The album "Wings At The Speed Of Sound" was released on March 25, 1976. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Silly Love Songs" (#1 in 1976), and "Let 'Em In" (#3 in 1976).
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"Wings Over America" was originally released as a triple-album on December 10, 1976. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. This 2-CD, 28-song set features live versions of "Let Me Roll It," "Maybe I'm Amazed" (#10 in 1977), "Lady Madonna," "The Long And Winding Road," "Live And Let Die," "Letting Go," and "Band On The Run."
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The "Paul McCartney And Wings: Rockshow" concert film was recorded during their 1976 world tour. It includes their performances of "Venus And Mars/Rock Show," "Jet," "Let Me Roll It," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Lady Madonna," "The Long And Winding Road," "Live And Let Die," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Blackbird," "Yesterday," "Listen To What The Man Said," and "Band On The Run."
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The album "London Town" was released on March 31, 1978. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "With A Little Luck" (#1 in 1978), "I've Had Enough" (#25 in 1978), and "London Town" (#39 in 1978). One of the bonus tracks is "Girls' School" (#33 in 1977).
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The 12-song collection, "Wings - Greatest Hits," was released on November 13, 1978. It peaked at #29 in Billboard's album chart. It includes "Live And Let Die" (#2 in 1973), "Junior's Farm" (#3 in 1974), and "Mull Of Kintyre."
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The album "Back To The Egg" was released on June 8, 1979. It's the last album credited to the group Wings. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Getting Closer" (#20 in 1979), "Spin It On," "Arrow Through Me" (#29 in 1979), and "Rockestra Theme." Bonus tracks include "Daytime Nightime Suffering," and "Wonderful Christmastime."
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The album "McCartney II" was released on May 16, 1980. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the songs "Temporary Secretary," and "Waterfalls." Bonus tracks include a live version of "Coming Up" (#1 in 1980).
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The album "Tug Of War" was released on April 26, 1982. It was produced by George Martin. It peaked at #1 in Billboard's album chart. It features the Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder duet "Ebony And Ivory" (#1 in 1982), the Paul McCartney and Carl Perkins duet "Get It," and the hit song "Take It Away" (#10 in 1982).
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The album "Pipes Of Peace" was released on November 1, 1983. It was produced by George Martin. It peaked at #15 in Billboard's album chart. It features the Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson duet "Say Say Say" (#1 in 1983), as well as the songs "So Bad" (#23 in 1984), and "Tug Of Peace." Bonus tracks include "Twice In A Life Time," and "We All Stand Together."
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Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr play themselves in the 1984 movie, "Give My Regards To Broad Street." Paul has until midnight to find the missing master tapes of his latest album.
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The soundtrack album, "Give My Regards To Broad Street," was released on October 22, 1984. It peaked at #21 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "No More Lonely Nights" (#6 in 1984), and "Wanderlust." It also includes newly recorded versions of "Yesterday," "Eleanor Rigby/Eleanor's Dream," and "The Long And Winding Road."
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The album "Press To Play" was released on September 1, 1986. It includes the songs "Press" (#21 in 1986), and "Only Love Remains." It includes the bonus tracks "Spies Like Us" (#7 in 1985), and "Once Upon A Long Ago."
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The 17-song collection "All The Best" was released on November 2, 1987. It includes "Junior's Farm" (#3 in 1974), "With A Little Luck" (#1 in 1978), and "Goodnight Tonight" (#5 in 1979). HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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The album "Flowers In The Dirt" was released on June 5, 1989. Paul wrote several songs with Elvis Costello. It peaked at #21 in Billboard's album chart. The album includes "My Brave Face" (#25 in 1989), "Put It There," "Figure Of Eight," and "That Day Is Done."
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"Paul McCartney's Get Back World Tour" took place during 1989 and 1990. Richard Lester came out of retirement to document the tour. Richard directed the movies "A Hard Day's Night" (1964), and "Help!" (1965). Songs performed include "Can't Buy Me Love," and "Band On The Run."
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Paul McCartney won the Grammy's Lifetime Achievement Award in 1990. The album "Tripping The Live Fantastic" was released on November 5, 1990. It features live performances of "Got To Get You Into My Life," "Can't Buy Me Love," and "My Brave Face."
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The "Unplugged: Live" album was released on May 20, 1991. It peaked at #14 in Billboard's album chart. It features Paul's performances of "We Can Work It Out," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Blackbird," and "Good Rockin' Tonight."
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In 1991, Paul McCartney composed the "Liverpool Oratorio," to mark the 150th anniversary of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. The album was released on October 11, 1991. It features soloists Kiri Te Kanawa and Jerry Hadley, in an autobiographical story about a Liverpudlian bloke named Shanty.
25.  McCartney: Liverpool Oratorio  by Carl Davis
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This album of rock and roll songs was originally released in Russia in 1988. It was released in the U.S. on October 29, 1991. It includes "Twenty Flight Rock," "Lucille," "That's All Right Mama," and "Ain't That A Shame."
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The album "Off The Ground" was released on February 1, 1993. It peaked at #17 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the title song, as well as "Hope Of Deliverance," "Biker Like An Icon," and "C'mon People."
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The album "Paul Is Live" was released on November 8, 1993. It includes Paul's performances of "Peace In The Neighbourhood," "All My Loving," "My Love," "Live And Let Die," and "I Wanna Be Your Man."
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The album "Flaming Pie" was released on May 27, 1997. It was produced by Jeff Lynne. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "World Tonight," "Young Boy," and "Great Day."
29.  Flaming Pie  by Paul McCartney
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Paul McCartney, with the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, recorded "Standing Stone." The classical music album was released on September 29, 1997. It includes "Crystal Ship," "Sea Voyage," "Safe Haven - Standing Stone," and "Love Duet."
30.  Paul McCartney's: Standing Stone  by Paul McCartney
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Paul McCartney was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999. The album "Run Devil Run" was released on October 4, 1999. It features the songs "Blue Jean Bop," "All Shook Up," "Lonesome Town," and "Brown Eyed Handsome Man."
31.  Run Devil Run  by Paul McCartney
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The album "Paul McCartney: Working Classical," performed by the London Symphony Orchestra and the Loma Mar Quartet chamber group, was released on November 1, 1999. It includes the songs "Junk," "My Love," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Calico Skies," and "The Lovely Linda."
32.  Working Classical  by Paul Mccartney
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"Paul McCartney - Live At The Cavern Club" was recorded on December 14, 1999. The Cavern Club was frequented by the Beatles in the early sixties. Paul's performances include "Twenty Flight Rock," and "I Saw Her Standing There."
33.  Paul McCartney - Live at the Cavern Club [Anamorphic] [Color] [Dolby] [Widescreen] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Paul McCartney
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The 2-CD, 40-song collection, "Wingspan (Hits & History)," was released on May 8, 2001. It peaked at #2 in Billboard's album chart. It includes "My Love" (#1 in 1973), "With A Little Luck" (#1 in 1978), "The Lovely Linda," "Junk," and "The Back Seat Of My Car." HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
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The documentary, entitled "Wingspan - An Intimate Portrait," was released on November 13, 2001. In addition to interviews and concert footage, it includes music videos for the songs "Jet," and "Let 'Em In."
35.  Paul McCartney - Wingspan - An Intimate Portrait [Anamorphic] [Color] [NTSC]  DVD ~ Paul McCartney
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The album "Driving Rain" was released on November 13, 2001. It peaked at #26 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the title song, as well as "From A Lover To A Friend," and "Back In The Sunshine Again." It ends with the bonus live track "Freedom," Paul's musical response to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
36.  Driving Rain  by Paul McCartney
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"Back In The U.S. - Live 2002" was released on November 26, 2002. It peaked at #8 in Billboard's album chart. Paul McCartney dedicates the songs "Here Today" to John Lennon, "Something" to George Harrison, and "My Love" to Linda McCartney.
37.  Back in the U.S. Live 2002 [Live]  by Paul McCartney
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This tribute concert for George Harrison was held on November 29, 2002, one year to the day that he passed away. Paul McCartney did the songs "For You Blue," and "All Things Must Pass." Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton and Ringo Starr performed the songs "Something," and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."
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The soundtrack album for "The In-Laws" was released on May 23, 2003. It includes the songs "Love For You" (previously unreleased), "Live And Let Die" (alternate version), and "I'm Carrying," by Paul McCartney and Wings.
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The "Paul McCartney - Live In Red Square" concert was recorded on May 24, 2003. It includes Paul's performances of "Getting Better," "I Saw Her Standing There," "Flaming Pie," and "Back In The USSR."
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The album "Chaos And Creation In The Backyard" was released on September 13, 2005. It peaked at #6 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Fine Line," "Jenny Wren," and "Promise To You Girl."
41.  Chaos and Creation in the Backyard  by Paul McCartney
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"Paul McCartney: Ecce Cor Meum" (Behold My Heart), was released on September 25, 2006. It's an oratorio in four movements. It was performed by soprano Kate Royal; the boys of Magdalen College Choir, Oxford; the boys of the Choir of King's College, Cambridge; and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, conducted by Gavin Greenaway.
42.  Paul McCartney: Ecce Cor Meum  by Magdalen Choir-Oxford
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The album "Memory Almost Full" was released on June 4, 2007. It peaked at #3 in Billboard's album chart. It features the songs "Dance Tonight," "Ever Present Past," and "The End Of The End."
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The album "Electric Arguments" was released on November 25, 2008. It's the third album recorded by Youth and Paul McCartney, and credited to the Fireman. It features the songs "Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight," "Light From Your Lighthouse," and "Lovers In A Dream." The first two albums by the Fireman are "Strawberries Oceans Ships Forest" (1994), and "Rushes" (1998).
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This 3-disc set, "Good Evening New York City," was recorded over a three-night period at New York's Citi Field, in July of 2009. The album, which was released on November 17, 2009, peaked at #16 in Billboard's album chart. Songs performed include "Drive My Car," "Flaming Pie," "Let It Be," "Hey Jude," "Band On The Run," and "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band/The End."
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The 4-disc (3 CDs, 1 DVD) set, "Band On The Run (Archive Collection)," was released on November 2, 2010. It includes a remastered version of the "Band On The Run" album, bonus tracks, performances from the "One Hand Clapping" television special, and a new interview with Paul McCartney. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
46.  Band On The Run (Archive Collection) [Original recording remastered] [Deluxe Edition] [Box set]  by Paul McCartney
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The album "Ocean's Kingdom" was released on October 3, 2011. It's an orchestral piece, commissioned by the New York City Ballet. The recording was performed by the London Classical Orchestra, conducted by John Wilson.
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The album "Kisses On The Bottom" was released on February 7, 2012. It peaked at #5 in Billboard's album chart. It includes the standards "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter," "Always," and "Bye Bye Blackbird." It also features the song "My Valentine," written by Paul McCartney.
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"Paul McCartney: Live Kisses" was filmed at the Capitol Records recording studio in Hollywood, in 2012. It includes Paul's performances of "It's Only A Paper Moon," and "The Glory Of Love."
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Paul McCartney's "New" album was released on October 15, 2013. It includes the songs "Early Days," "On My Way To Work," "Everybody Out There," "Save Us," and "Looking At Her."
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