The Paul McCartney Project

Timeline More from year 1974
UK release date:
Oct 04, 1974

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller

3:43 • Studio version


2.

Lochinvar

0:25 • Studio version


3.

Farewell

4:34 • Studio version


4.

Sailor

3:35 • Studio version


5.

Bring It On Home to Me/You Send Me

3:57 • Studio version


6.

Let Me Be Your Car

4:56 • Studio version


7.

(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man

3:54 • Studio version


8.

Dixie Toot

3:27 • Studio version


9.

Hard Road

4:27 • Studio version


10.

I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face Instrumental

1:32 • Studio version


11.

Girl from the North Country

3:52 • Studio version


12.

Mine for Me

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

4:02 • Studio version

Paul McCartney :
Backing vocals

About

From Wikipedia:

Smiler is Rod Stewart’s 6th album, 5th solo album and final album for Mercury Records, released in 1974. It became the first album by Rod Stewart as a solo artist to become critically panned. Although it reached number 1 in the UK album chart, it stalled at number 13 in the US. The album was largely considered to be an unadventurous retread of what he had done before, including covers of Chuck Berry, Sam Cooke and Bob Dylan songs, as well as a duet with Elton John of John’s song “Let Me Be Your Car“. Stewart’s one attempt at adventurousness was a cover of Carole King’s “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” where ‘Woman‘ is switched to ‘Man‘. This track was selected for special derision by critics. The release of the album itself was held up for five months due to legal problems between Mercury Records and Warner Bros. Records. This album sold 1 million copies worldwide.[citation needed]

Musicians appearing on the album included members of Stewart’s band Faces, as well as frequent collaborators Martin Quittenton (guitars), Pete Sears (bass & keyboards), and Mickey Waller (drums), who had become something of a second band for Stewart.

Last updated on April 1, 2015


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