The Paul McCartney Project

Timeline See what happened in 1988
UK release date:
Nov 14, 1988
US release date:
Oct 10, 1988
Sessions This album has been recorded during the following sessions

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Track list

Disc 1


Ballad of a Teenage Queen

2:45 • Studio version


As Long as I Live

2:58 • Studio version


Where Did We Go Right

2:58 • Studio version


The Last of the Drifters

3:17 • Studio version


Call Me the Breeze

3:24 • Studio version


That Old Wheel

2:49 • Studio version


Sweeter Than the Flowers

2:56 • Studio version


A Croft in Clachan (The Ballad of Rob MacDunn)

4:04 • Studio version


New Moon Over Jamaica

Written by Paul McCartney, Tom T. Hall, Johnny Cash

3:12 • Studio version

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Producer, Vocals
Linda McCartney:
Hamish Stuart:
Geoff Emerick:
Chris Whitten:
Tom T. Hall:
Backing vocals
Johnny Cash :
Matt Butler:
Assistant engineer
Jack Clement:
Mixing engineer, Recording engineer
June Carter:
Backing vocals

Session Recording:
May 09, 1988
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK


Water from the Wells of Home

2:58 • Studio version


From Wikipedia:

Water from the Wells of Home is the 75th album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Mercury Records in 1988. It features several collaborations with other artists, including “New Moon Over Jamaica” with Paul McCartney. Other guests include Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams Jr., Glen Campbell, Emmylou Harris and family members Rosanne Cash, John Carter Cash, June Carter Cash and members of the Carter Family. “Call Me the Breeze” is a J. J. Cale song that had been previously covered by Lynyrd Skynyrd. “Ballad of a Teenage Queen” is a new recording of a song that had appeared on Cash’s Sun era album Sings the Songs That Made Him Famous. The album did not fare well on the charts, peaking at No. 48; the two singles, “Ballad of a Teenage Queen” and “That Old Wheel“, reached No. 45 and No. 21, respectively. A 2003 re-release of the album contained a bonus track, consisting of Johnny Cash discussing various songs on the album.


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