The Paul McCartney Project

A Toot And A Snore In '74

Sessions This album has been recorded during the following sessions

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

A Toot And A Snore

0:26 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


2.

Bluesy Jam Session

2:31 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


3.

Studio Talk

2:38 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


4.

Lucille

Written by Richard Penniman, Albert Collins

5:57 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


5.

Nightmares

2:37 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


6.

Stand By Me

Written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ben E. King

2:17 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


7.

Stand By Me

Written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ben E. King

3:39 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


8.

Stand By Me

Written by Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller, Ben E. King

6:03 • Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


9.

Medley


1.

Cupid

Written by Sam Cooke

Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


2.

Chain Gang

Written by Sam Cooke

Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA


3.

Take This Hammer

Written by Traditional

Demo

Session Recording:
Mar 28, 1974
Studio:
The Record Plant West, Los Angeles, USA

About

From Rolling Stone:

[…] McCartney and Lennon reunited briefly for a studio jam session in 1974 that also featured Stevie Wonder, Harry Nilsson, Linda McCartney and Bobby Keys. “We were stoned,” McCartney says of the session, which has been immortalized as the bootleg Toot and a Snore. “I don’t think there was anyone in that room who wasn’t stoned. For some ungodly reason, I decided to get on drums. It was just a party, you know. To use the word ‘disorganized’ is completely understating it. I might have made a feeble attempt to restore order – “guys, you know, let’s think of a song, that would be a good idea’ – but I can’t remember if I did or not.”

Last updated on May 25, 2019


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