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This album has been recorded during the following studio sessions
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What's That You're Doing
4:02 • Studio version
4:35 • Studio version
Let 'Em In [Professor LaCroix Re-Edit]
7:08 • Studio version
Let 'Em In [Different Gear Mix]
8:58 • Studio version
Let 'Em In [Wing'it Mix]
8:50 • Studio version
Let'Em In [Special Remix]
4:40 • Studio version
Let'Em In [introduction]
1:01 • Studio version
From the liner notes:
Okay, so this was not supposed to be the next set. The next set I had intended to put out was something else, but I discovered late in the game that I still needed something to complete it. So I went onto ebay and ordered the CD which contained the track I needed. I am now awaiting its arrival. So in the meantime, I still needed something to put together to fill in the gap (so there’s not too much time between “releases”), and I figured this would fit the bill nicely. The main album is Twin Freaks, which was released on vinyl + download in 2005. To augment this set, I’ve added all the Wingspan releases (that were originally compiled on an excellent boot CD back in 2001), along with any other “remixed” Macca tracks from the era (such as the Radio Slave versions of Temporary Secretary and the Noir & Kruse remixes of Silly Love Songs). The point here was to make this a one-stop shopping place to obtain all the Macca remixes that were released in one way or another during this time. Keeping some of that Wingspan spirit, I have added the spoken introductions to the various songs that were found on the Wingspan promotional CD sampler. As they had no other “home”, this seemed as good a place as any to put them. As I still had a few minutes left over, I’ve added an excellent fan-remix of Let ‘Em In that was floating around the web (and yes, that track is taken from a lossless source!). Add appropriate artwork and voila! – The next release in the Paul McCartney Ultimate Archive collection! If you haven’t heard this stuff, I think you might really like some of these remixes as most of them are quite good. Enjoy!!!
1-12 – Twin Freaks double vinyl album (and digital download), released on June 13, 2005. These are remixes of Paul McCartney songs, by Roy Kerr, a producer and DJ who goes by the name of The Freelance Hellraiser. Some of these remixes were used as preshow entertainment for the 2004 McCartney tour. Paul liked his work so much that he decided to commission some more and release them as an album.
13 – Let ‘Em In – Professor LaCroix re-edit – released in 2001 on a Mexican promo-cd: Wingspan: The Remixes.
14 & 15 – Silly Love Songs – Noir & Krusé remix – The extended mix and the edit are both released on a Danish promo cd-single, on July 5, 2005 on the Bonnier Music (part of the EMI Denmark Group). Apparently only 300 copies were made.
16 – Really Love You – radio-edit of the single from Twin Freaks, promo-cd released on May 19, 2005.
1 – Let ‘Em In – Different Gear Mix – UK 12″ vinyl single: Wingin’ It, released in May 2001.
2 – Goodnight Tonight – Loop Da Loop Club Mix – released on a Mexican promo cd: Wingspan: The Remixes, in May 2001.
3 – Silly Love Songs – Wings Vs. Loop Da Loop Radio Mix, released in Germany (EMI CDP 000587), Italy (EMI 7243 880073 6 and Japan on a 3-track promo cd: Silly Love Songs – the Remixes, in May 2001. In the UK it was realesed on a promo vinyl 12”, in 50 copies (Parlophone 12WINDJ002). On the b-side is track 4.
4 – Coming Up – Song For Stella – Linus Loves Mix – see track 3.
5 – Let ‘Em In – Wing’it Mix – released on a UK 12″ vinyl single: Wingin’ It (Parlophone 12WINDJ001).
6 – No More Lonely Nights – JSM / Alessi Bros Mix – released on a Mexican promo cd: Wingspan: The Remixes, in May 2001.
7 – Silly Love Songs – Wings Vs. Loop Da Loop Main Mix – see 3
8 – Coming Up – Zak’s Mix – see 5.
9 – Let ‘Em In – Special Remix– released on a Mexican promo cd: Wingspan: The Remixes, in May 2001.
10 – Silly Love Songs – Artful Dodger Mix – see 3
11 – Temporary Secretary – Radio Slave Mix – remix by Matt Edwards, released on a promo 12″, in December 2003, to promote a November 2003 compilation of electronic dance music New Religion presents A Secret History. Among the artists on the 11-track set was Paul’s ‘Temporary Secretary’, from the McCartney II album. Only 500 (numbered) copies of the one-sided promo disc were made.
12 – Temporary Secretary – Radio Slave Edit. Edit of the above, released on a free cd with the Uncut magazine titled Something For The Weekend – Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury Groove, in April 2005.
13 – 20 – intro’s from a European CD-Sampler promo for the Wingspan album (EMI/Parlophone CDLRL048), in addition to the regular versions.
The Spanish version comes with an additional booklet in Spanish.
The Japanese version has a extra track: ‘No More Lonely Nights’, without an introduction however.
Last updated on September 25, 2020