Timeline More from year 1989
UK release date:
Nov 27, 1989
Publisher:
Parlophone
Reference:
12 RDJ 6238

Related sessions

This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions


"Put It There" video sessions

April 26-28th, 1989


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Track list

Side 1


1.

Party Party

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Robbie McIntosh, Hamish Stuart, Paul Wickens, Chris Whitten

5:36 • Studio versionA • Original Mix

Paul McCartney :
Electric guitar (?), Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Keyboards
Robbie McIntosh :
Electric guitar
Hamish Stuart :
Bass
Paul Wickens :
Keyboards
Chris Whitten :
Drums
Pete Henderson :
Recording engineer
Bruce Forest :
Producer, Remix
Robin Hancock :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Apr 26-28, 1989
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Recording:
Oct 11, 1989
Studio :
Sarm West Studios, London, UK

Session Mixing:
Oct 11, 1989
Studio :
Sarm West Studios, London, UK

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


2.

Party Party

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney, Robbie McIntosh, Hamish Stuart, Paul Wickens, Chris Whitten

5:36 • Studio versionA2 • Bruce Forest Club Mix

Paul McCartney :
Electric guitar (?), Vocals
Linda McCartney :
Keyboards
Robbie McIntosh :
Electric guitar
Hamish Stuart :
Bass
Paul Wickens :
Keyboards
Chris Whitten :
Drums
Pete Henderson :
Recording engineer
Bruce Forest :
Producer, Remix
Robin Hancock :
Recording engineer

Session Recording:
Apr 26-28, 1989
Studio :
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Session Recording:
Oct 11, 1989
Studio :
Sarm West Studios, London, UK

Session Mixing:
Oct 11, 1989
Studio :
Sarm West Studios, London, UK

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

About

From discogs:

Double sided promotional vinyl; limited to a pressing of only 200 copies. This release was serviced to a limited number of U.K., U.S., and German clubs to promote Paul’s “Flowers In The Dirt” LP, despite the song not being on the album (in any of the countries.)

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