Another Day / Oh Woman Oh Why

By Paul McCartney7" Single • Part of the collection “Paul McCartney • Singles

Timeline More from year 2012
Release date:
Apr 21, 2012
Publisher:
Hear Music / Concord Music Group
Reference:
HRM-33824-01

Related sessions

This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions






Mixing "Another Day"

Feb 08, 1971

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Track list

Side 1


1.

Another Day

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

3:43 • Studio versionA2012

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Backing vocals, Bass, Electric guitar, Percussion (?), Producer, Tambourine (?), Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Denny Seiwell :
Drums, Percussion
David Spinozza :
Acoustic guitar (?), Electric guitar
Tim Geelan :
Recording engineer
Ted Brosnan :
Assistant recording engineer
Dixon Van Winkle :
Mixing engineer
Guy Massey :
Remastering
Steve Rooke :
Remastering
Simon Gibson :
Remastering

Session Recording:
Oct 12, 1970
Studio :
CBS Studios, New York City

Session Overdubs:
January 1971
Studio :
A&R Studios, New York City

Session Mixing:
Feb 08, 1971
Studio :
A&R Studios, New York City

Credits & recording details courtesy of Luca Perasi • Buy Paul McCartney: Recording Sessions (1969-2013) on Amazon


2.

Oh Woman, Oh Why

Written by Paul McCartney

4:45 • Studio versionA2012

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Electric guitar, Gun shots, Percussion, Producer, Shaker, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Denny Seiwell :
Drums, Percussion, Shaker
Hugh McCracken :
Electric guitar
Tim Geelan :
Recording engineer
Ted Brosnan :
Assistant recording engineer
Dixon Van Winkle :
Mixing engineer

Session Recording:
Nov 03, 1970
Studio :
CBS Studios, New York City

Session Mixing:
Feb 05, 1971
Studio :
A&R Studios, New York City

About

From Record Store Day:

A classic Paul McCartney vinyl single reissue manufactured exclusively for Record Store Day! “Another Day” was originally recorded in 1970, during the sessions for the album RAM. It was the first single of his solo career. It was originally released February 19, 1971 with “Oh Woman, Oh Why” as the B-side. Upon its release “Another Day”/”Oh Woman, Oh Why” reportedly sold over a million copies worldwide. It was a number one hit in France and Australia, in the U.K. it reached number two, in the U.S. it reached number five. This exclusive reissue single is taken from the forthcoming Paul McCartney Archive Collection edition of RAM coming this spring!

Limited edition reissue of 2,000

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