The Paul McCartney Project

Rob Millett

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Albums, EPs & Singles by Rob Millett contributed to

Egypt Station

By Paul McCartney • Official album

Contribution: Cimbalom • 1 songs

Egypt Station (Deluxe edition)

By Paul McCartney • Official album

Contribution: Cimbalom, Cimbalon • 2 songs

Egypt Station - Traveller's Edition

By Paul McCartney • Official album

Contribution: Cimbalon, Cimbalom • 2 songs

Egypt Station - Explorer's Edition

By Paul McCartney • Official album

Contribution: Cimbalom, Cimbalon • 2 songs


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Rob Millett 1 years ago

Wow - I wonder how that was discovered? I also played Cimbalom on 'I Don't Know' and 'Happy With You', though it's all beautifully blended in with other instruments so sometimes hard to recognise. I played on a track called 'Get Started' which doesn't seem to have made it onto the CD.

The PaulMcCartney Project 1 years ago

Thanks for your comment, Rob. Your name was mentioned in the song-by-song credits listed on , however only on Dominoes. I've added your contribution to 'I Don't Know', 'Happy With You' and 'Get Started' (Get Started was released on some extended versions of the album, as bonus track).

Could you tell me where and when you have recorded your parts ? I guess in Abbey Road ?

Thank you very much !

Rob Millett 9 months ago

Sorry to take so long to respond to this! Yes, we recorded the cimbalom, harp and string quartet in Abbey Road studio 3, one of the smaller rooms upstairs, and it was back in early November 2017. Sir Paul was everything you'd hope for and more - a positive force, a fabulous musician and a gentleman throughout. 'I don't know' was the last one we did, and everyone seemed excited about the colour the cimbalom added to the piano intro, particularly Paul. It was an effect you could probably get close to with processing or with samples, but clearly the ethos of the album, and perhaps Paul's personal ethos was to respect and treasure the sound of real instruments played by musicians. Definitely a career highlight for me!