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Give My Regards To Broad Street - Ultimate Archive Collection

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

From the official album


1.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

4:59 • Studio versionA • Ballad version

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Piano, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Eric Stewart :
Backing vocals
David Gilmour :
Electric guitar
Herbie Flowers :
Bass
Stuart Elliot :
Drums
Ann Dudley :
Synthesizers

Session Recording:
June - July 1984 ?
Studio :
Elstree Film Studios, Borehamwood, UK


2.

Good Day Sunshine

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:29 • Studio version


3.

Corridor Music

Written by Paul McCartney

0:19 • Studio version


4.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:43 • Studio versionC

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Vocal
George Martin :
Producer
Philip Jones :
Trumpet
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
John Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Jeff Bryant :
French horn
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble :
Brass instruments
Paul Archibald :
Trumpet
James Watson :
Trumpet
Michael Thompson :
French horn
John Pigneguy :
French horn
Raymond Premu :
Bass trombone

Session Recording:
February - March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


5.

Here, There And Everywhere

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:45 • Studio version


6.

Wanderlust

Written by Paul McCartney

3:59 • Studio versionB

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Vocal
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Martin :
Producer
Philip Jones :
Trumpet
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
John Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Jeff Bryant :
French horn
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble :
Brass instruments
Paul Archibald :
Trumpet
James Watson :
Trumpet
Michael Thompson :
French horn
John Pigneguy :
French horn
Raymond Premu :
Bass trombone

Session Recording:
February - March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


7.

Ballroom Dancing

Written by Paul McCartney

4:48 • Studio version


8.

Silly Love Songs

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

4:39 • Studio version


9.

Silly Love Songs

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

0:37 • Studio version • reprise


10.

Not Such A Bad Boy

Written by Paul McCartney

3:42 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals, Keyboards
Ringo Starr :
Drums
Jon Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Dave Edmunds :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
Chris Spedding :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Jody Lindscott :
Percussion

Session Recording:
March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


11.

So Bad

Written by Paul McCartney

3:27 • Studio version


12.

No Values

Written by Paul McCartney

4:18 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals, Keyboards
Ringo Starr :
Drums
Jon Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Dave Edmunds :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
Chris Spedding :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Jody Lindscott :
Percussion

Session Recording:
March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


13.

For No One

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:13 • Studio version


14.

Eleanor's Dream

Written by Paul McCartney

9:12 • Studio version • Eleanor Rigby/


15.

The Long And Winding Road

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:48 • Studio version


16.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

5:13 • Studio version • playout version


17.

Goodnight Princess

Written by Paul McCartney

3:58 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney :
Narration
George Martin :
Producer
Geoff Emerick :
Recording engineer (?)
Jon Jacobs :
Assistant engineer (?)
Tony Gilbert :
Violin
Ronnie Hughes :
Trumpet
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
Chris Smith :
Trombone
Eric Ford :
Electric guitar, Guitar
Russ Stableford :
Double bass
Gerry Butler :
Piano
Bobby Haughey :
Trumpet
Derek Grossmith :
Alto sax, Clarinet
Eddie Mordue :
Clarinet, Tenor sax
Vic Ash :
Tenor sax
Pat Halling :
Violin
Laurie Lewis :
Violin
Raymond Keenlyside :
Violin
John Dean :
Drums, Percussion
John Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)

Session Recording:
Dec 11, 1983
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


2.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

6:56 • Studio version • Special Dance Mix


3.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

4:22 • Studio version • Special Dance Edit


4.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

7:13 • Studio version • Extended Edit By Warren Sanford

Disc 2


1.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

4:40 • Studio version • (ballad) [45 version]


2.

Good Day Sunshine

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:00 • Studio version • LP version


3.

Wanderlust

Written by Paul McCartney

2:48 • Studio versionB1 • LP version

Paul McCartney :
Acoustic guitar, Vocal
Ringo Starr :
Drums
George Martin :
Producer
Philip Jones :
Trumpet
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
John Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Jeff Bryant :
French horn
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble :
Brass instruments
Paul Archibald :
Trumpet
James Watson :
Trumpet
Michael Thompson :
French horn
John Pigneguy :
French horn
Raymond Premu :
Bass trombone

Session Recording:
February - March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


4.

Silly Love Songs

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

0:37 • Studio version • ballad reprise


5.

Not Such A Bad Boy

Written by Paul McCartney

3:44 • Studio versionA • LP version

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals, Keyboards
Ringo Starr :
Drums
Jon Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Dave Edmunds :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
Chris Spedding :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Jody Lindscott :
Percussion

Session Recording:
March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


6.

No Values

Written by Paul McCartney

4:19 • Studio versionA1 • LP version

Paul McCartney :
Bass, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals, Keyboards
Ringo Starr :
Drums
Jon Kelly :
Recording engineer (?)
Dave Edmunds :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Stuart Breed :
Assistant engineer (?)
Chris Spedding :
Backing vocals, Electric guitar
Jody Lindscott :
Percussion

Session Recording:
March 1983 ?
Studio :
AIR Studios, London, UK


7.

Eleanor's Dream

Written by Paul McCartney

3:09 • Studio version • Eleanor Rigby/ [LP version]


8.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

4:27 • Studio version • (playout version) [LP version]


9.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

8:11 • Studio version • (playout version) [12' version]


10.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

8:44 • Studio version • Mole Mix


11.

No More Lonely Nights

Written by Paul McCartney

3:56 • Studio version • Playout version - Single edit


12.

We All Stand Together

Written by Paul McCartney

4:24 • Studio version


13.

We All Stand Together

Written by Paul McCartney

2:22 • Studio versionB • Humming Version


14.

Spies Like Us

Written by Paul McCartney

4:46 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass, Drums, Electric guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Eric Stewart :
Backing vocals
Phil Ramone :
Producer
Eddie Rayner :
Synthesizers
Kate Robbins :
Backing vocals
Ruby James :
Backing vocals
Hugh Padgham :
Producer

Session Recording:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Mixing:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK


15.

Spies Like Us

Written by Paul McCartney

3:48 • Studio versionA1 • DJ version

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass, Drums, Electric guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Eric Stewart :
Backing vocals
Phil Ramone :
Producer
Eddie Rayner :
Synthesizers
Kate Robbins :
Backing vocals
Ruby James :
Backing vocals
Hugh Padgham :
Producer

Session Recording:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Mixing:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK


16.

Spies Like Us

Written by Paul McCartney

7:10 • Studio versionA2 • Party Mix

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass, Drums, Electric guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Eric Stewart :
Backing vocals
Phil Ramone :
Producer
Eddie Rayner :
Synthesizers
Kate Robbins :
Backing vocals
Ruby James :
Backing vocals
Hugh Padgham :
Producer
John Potoker :
Remixing

Session Recording:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Mixing:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK


17.

Spies Like Us

Written by Paul McCartney

4:00 • Studio versionA3 • Alternative Mix (Known To His Friends As "Tom")

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass, Drums, Electric guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Eric Stewart :
Backing vocals
Phil Ramone :
Producer
Eddie Rayner :
Synthesizers
Kate Robbins :
Backing vocals
Ruby James :
Backing vocals
Hugh Padgham :
Producer
John Potoker :
Remixing
Art Of Noise :
Remixing

Session Recording:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Mixing:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK


18.

Spies Like Us

Written by Paul McCartney

5:37 • Studio versionA4 • Art Of Noise Remix

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals, Bass, Drums, Electric guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Producer, Tambourine, Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Backing vocals
Eric Stewart :
Backing vocals
Phil Ramone :
Producer
Eddie Rayner :
Synthesizers
Kate Robbins :
Backing vocals
Ruby James :
Backing vocals
Hugh Padgham :
Producer
John Potoker :
Remixing
Art Of Noise :
Remixing

Session Recording:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Mixing:
September 1985
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

About

From the liner notes:

While this will never be considered one of Paul’s greatest albums, there are enough interesting moments that I got to re-discover while putting this together. Also, there’s a bunch of nice extras to hopefully make this interesting enough for those of you who may not care for this album. Of course all the various mixes/edits of No More Lonely Nights are here, including both Baker edits, the Mole Mix + the Warren Sanford edit. No, I didn’t re-create the edit yet as just putting together the artwork took most of my free time these past few days. I will try to have a go at it over the next day or two and if I like the
results, I’ll sub it in. As for the ballad version, despite what the 45 label reads, the versions found on the 45 and on Wingspan (or All The Best for that matter) are identical. There’s no shorter fade (mind you, I’m going by the US 45 here). I did include the 45 edit of the Playout Version, as that has the clean intro (which was conveniently lopped off Wingspan!) It’s all here, folks.

Now, as most of you already know, the vinyl LP version of Broad Street provides a different listening experience as several songs are edited, two whole songs are cut and there’s a tighter segue between Not Such A Bad Boy and No Values. Well, since the programmable feature of Red Rose Speedway seemed to go over well, I decided that a good way to present both variants (CD + LP) without using extra disc space would be rather than include both versions in their entirety, to only include those LP tracks which had differences to the CD counterpart, and allow them to be programmed to play alongside the rest of the album to present the LP line-up should one desire to hear it. So, if you’d like to hear the original LP lineup, program the following tracks in order (either in iTunes or while ripping to CD): 1-1, 2-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, 2-3, 1-7, 1-8, 2-4, 2-5, 2-6, 1-13, 2-7, 1-15 + 1-8. And by the way, I tried to present the incidental pieces as intelligently as possible. The original Columbia CD had too many (and had occasionally placed the markers in odd locations), the ’93 remaster had too few, so I wanted to get it
“just right”, so I brought back “Corridor Music” as its own track, but kept the “No More Lonely Nights (ballad reprise)” as its rightful place as the bluesy coda to No Values. BTW, I wanted to use the version of No Values with the extended coda (from the movie) very much, but in the end had no room for it. So there’s yet ANOTHER track for the Rarities comp!

As far as extras go, there’s only a few that made sense (and would fit). Both versions of We All Stand Together had to go here as that was Paul’s only other release from 1984. And as promised months ago, I’ve also included every variant of released on record/CD. That includes the 45, the three versions from the 12″ single and the Art Of Noise version (which is basically the “Alternative Version” (known to his friends as Tom) with an intro that was cut from the mix as released on 12″ single at the end of ’85. Between all that, the No More Lonely Nights mixes, the two We All Stand Together versions and all the different LP versions, there was enough material to completely fill two CDs. So that’s what I did, complete with disc artwork (created from my own scans of LP labels) and cover/tray art. I hope you guys enjoy this as I felt that with the official Tug Of War Pipes Of Peace sets now out, it was only fitting to complete the “George Martin trilogy”! And so, with ten minutes to spare in the day I’d promised this would be out, here it is – the seventeenth installment in the “Paul McCartney Ultimate Archive Collection”! Enjoy!

The soundtrack was recorded between November and December 1982. As Pipes of Peace was planned for October 1983, the film and soundtrack were postponed to the next year. When the producers felt there was one more new song needed, Paul responded with ‘No More Lonely Nights’, recorded in a 3 hour session with David Gilmour, Herbie Flowers, Stuart Elliott and Ann Dudley. A few weeks later he recorded the song in an up-tempo version, playing all instruments himself, plus
horns added. This is the ‘Playout Version’.

It was the last of a trio of album where Paul worked together with George Martin. Both were happy to end the cooperation, with George declaring that he was tired of Paul’s perfectionism and Paul mentioning that for those costs he could have built a studio of his own – which he then did: Hog Hill Mill.

CD 1
01 – No More Lonely Nights
02 – Good Day Sunshine
03 – Corridor Music
04 – Yesterday
05 – Here, There And Everywhere
06 – Wanderlust
07 – Ballroom Dancing
08 – Silly Love Songs
09 – Silly Love Songs (reprise)
10 – Not Such A Bad Boy
11 – So Bad
12 – No Values
13 – For No One
14 – Eleanor Rigby / Eleanor’s Dream
15 – The Long And Winding Road
16 – No More Lonely Nights (playout version)
17 – Goodnight Princess

01-17 CD version of Give My Regards To Broad Street , released on October 22, 1984.
The soundtrack was recorded between November and December 1982. As Pipes of Peace was planned for October 1983, the film and soundtrack were postponed to the next year. When the producers felt there was one more new song needed, Paul responded with ‘No More Lonely Nights’, recorded in a 3 hour session with David Gilmour, Herbie Flowers, Stuart Elliott and Ann Dudley.

A few weeks later he recorded the song in an up-tempo version, playing all instruments himself, plus
horns added. This is the ‘Playout Version’.

18 – No More Lonely Nights ‘Special Dance Mix’ or ‘Extended Play Out Version’. Arthur Baker remix of the Playout Version. Paul liked this remix better then the already released mixes and withdrew the original singles and 12”, to replace them with this mix, on October 29, 1984. This however, is the ‘Special Dance Edit’, released on a promo 12” vinyl single in the USA.

19 – No More Lonely Nights – ‘Special Dance Version’ Edit of Arthur Baker remix of the Playout Version, released on B-side of the second single and 12” maxi of the ‘Ballad’ version. (October 29, 1984)

20 – No More Lonely Nights – Extended Edit by Warren Sanford – Re-edit of George Martin’s 8:10 remix of the Playout Version – Released only for DJ’s in the US, on the 12” vinyl compilation Hot Tracks, Series 3, Issue 8 in 1985.

CD 2
01 – No More Lonely Nights (45 Version)
Single edit of the Ballad Version, without the dialogue, heard on the album.
Released as a single on September 24, 1984.
‘No More Lonely Nights’ received a Bafta nomination in the category Best Song and a Golden Globe
nomination as Best Film Song.
02 – Good Day Sunshine [LP version]
03 – Wanderlust [LP version]
04 – Silly Love Songs (ballad reprise)
05 – Not Such A Bad Boy [LP version]
06 – No Values [LP version]
07 – Eleanor Rigby,Eleanor’s Dream [LP version]
08 – No More Lonely Nights (playout version) [LP version]
02 – 08 – vinyl album versions
The CD version was 61:10 – too long for one vinyl album.

As the record company didn’t want to release it as a double album, ‘Goodnight Princess’ and ‘So Bad’ were left of the vinyl version and the other tracks were edited. However some songs were longer on the vinyl then on the CD version. The vinyl version is 43:54. To confuse matters further ‘Corridor Music’ and ‘Silly Love Songs Reprise’ are listed separately on the vinyl version (and the Columbia CD), while seguing into the previous song on the CD. Of course, the cassette version was yet another combination.


09 – No More Lonely Nights (Extended Version)
George Martin remix of the Playout Version, released on 12” maxi single and Picture Disc single on October 2, 1984. Also released as a bonus track on the 1993 British remaster of Give My Regards To Broad Street.

10 – No More Lonely Nights (Mole Mix)
UK promo-only 1-sided 12″ released in numbered sleeve, on January 12, 1985. Most copies came with official press release from Parlophone stating that it was remixed by Arthur Baker and limited to 250 copies. Released as a bonus track to the iTunes version of Broad Street from about 2007-2009.

11 – No More Lonely Nights (Playout Version)
Single edit of the Playout Version, released on B-side of 7”single ‘No More Lonely Nights (Ballad)’, on September 24, 1984.

12 – We All Stand Together
Recording started on October 31, 1980, with overdubs added in the following month. Credited to ‘Paul McCartney and the Frog Chorus’. The Frog Chorus was an ensemble of the St Paul’s Choir together with the King’s Singers. Released as a single on November 12, 1984 and later on the 1993 British remaster of ‘Pipes of Peace’. Rewarded as ‘Best Film Theme of 1984’ at the 1985 Ivor Novello Awards.
13 – We All Stand Together (Humming Version)
The B-Side of 2-12 was the Humming Version performed by Paul McCartney and the Finchley Frogettes.
14 – Spies Like Us
The title song for the 1985 American comedy film directed by John Landis. As the producers felt it had a high Hard Day’s Night quality, they wanted a Beatle to write a song for it. Paul recorded it in September 1985, during the Press To Play sessions. Released on November 18, 1985 it was the first to showcase Paul’s new sound and reached #7 on the singles chart in the United States in early 1986, making it McCartney’s last top-10 hit in the U.S. until 2015. It also reached #13 in the UK.
15 – Spies Like Us (DJ Version)
Released as B-side of the 12” of 2-14.
16 – Spies Like Us (Party Mix)
Remix by John Potoker, released as the a-side of the 12”.
17 – Spies Like Us (Alternate Mix – Known to his friends as “Tom”)
Remix by Art Of Noise – also on the 12” single.
18 – Spies Like Us (Art of Noise Remix)
Complete unedited mix of 2-17, released on the ZZT compilation The Art Of The 12″, Volume Two (A Promotion Of A Way Of Life), on February 20, 2012.

Last updated on April 3, 2020


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