The Paul McCartney Project

Mixing "Brung To Ewe By" radio jingles

Mar 03, 1971 • For Paul & Linda McCartney

Part of


"Ram" sessions (Sound Recorders Studio, Los Angeles)

March-April, 1971 • Songs recorded during this session appear on Ram

Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Brung To Ewe By 12" Single.
Timeline More from year 1971
Studio:
Sunset Sound Recorders Studio, Los Angeles, USA

Some songs from this session appear on:


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Songs recorded


1.

Get It Together Man

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


2.

On A Fishing Boat

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


3.

You Know What I Mean

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


4.

Ram Ram...Boogie

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


5.

Rama Rama...

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


6.

We've Got To Get This Album Together Man

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


7.

Snatch Of 'Uncle Albert'

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


8.

Snatch Of 'Ram On'

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


9.

'Ram' With Sounds Of Sheep

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


10.

'Ram On' And Sheap Noises

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


11.

On A Fishing Boat

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


12.

Ram Ram

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


13.

What Is This, Paul: This Is Work Woman

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


14.

Paul Rambling In Scottish Accent

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


15.

Very Short Clips Of Tracks

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By


16.

Please Don't Bring My Banjo Back

Mixing • Part of a series of fifteen introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of "Ram" created for radio stations.

Album Officially released on Brung To Ewe By

Eight Arms To Hold You • Chip Madinger • Mark Easter

We owe a lot to Chip Madinger and Mark Easter for the creation of those session pages, but you really have to buy this book to get all the details!

Eight Arms To Hold You: The Solo Beatles Compendium is the ultimate look at the careers of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr beyond the Beatles. Every aspect of their professional careers as solo artists is explored, from recording sessions, record releases and tours, to television, film and music videos, including everything in between. From their early film soundtrack work to the officially released retrospectives, all solo efforts by the four men are exhaustively examined. Not only are John, Paul, George and Ringo's official projects

As the paperback version is out of print, you can buy a PDF version on the authors' website


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