Recording "Great Day", "Calico Skies", "When Winter Comes"

Thursday, September 3, 1992 • For Paul McCartney

Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Flaming Pie Official album.
Timeline More from year 1992
Studio:
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

Master album


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About

In September 1992, Paul McCartney was working on his “Off The Ground” album (work to be completed in October). He spent a day recording three tracks, which wouldn’t fit on this album.

Two of them – “Calico Skies“, “Great Day” – would be released 5 years after on “Flaming Pie“. The third one – “When Winter Comes” – would wait till 2020 to be released on the “McCartney III” album.

Bob Kraushaar was the engineer on “Off The Ground” and therefore engineered those tracks as well.

Last updated on December 18, 2020

Songs recorded


1.

Calico Skies

Written by Paul McCartney

Recording

Album Officially released on Flaming Pie


2.

Great Day

Written by Paul McCartney

Recording

Album Officially released on Flaming Pie


3.

When Winter Comes

Written by Paul McCartney

Recording

Album Officially released on McCartney III

Staff

Production staff

Paul McCartney:
Producer
George Martin:
Producer
Bob Kraushaar:
Engineer

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Steve Bobbitt Sr. 2 years ago

Really one of my favorite albums by Paul. It’s no telling what he and his family was going through at the time with Linda’s cancer!


The PaulMcCartney Project 2 years ago

Thanks Steve ! I share your view : one of the very best album by Paul !


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