Mixing "The Lovely Linda", "Momma Miss America", "Singalong Junk"

Saturday, February 21, 1970 • For Paul McCartney

Part of

"McCartney" sessions at EMI Studios, Abbey Road

February 21 to March 1970 • Songs recorded during this session appear on McCartney

Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the McCartney LP.
EMI Studios, Abbey Road

Master release

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This day was the very first day of recording the “McCartney” album in EMI Studios, Abbey Road. Those sessions at Abbey Road were booked under the name of Billy Martin.

The Lovely Linda“, “Momma Miss America” and “Singalong Junk” had been recorded at Paul McCartney’s home, in Cavendish Avenue, St John’s Wood, in late December 1969.

Singalong Junk” had received some overdubs earlier in the month of February 1970.

On this day, February 21, 1970, the three tracks were mixed for inclusion on the “McCartney” album.

Last updated on March 28, 2022

Songs recorded


The Lovely Linda

Written by Paul McCartney


Album Officially released on McCartney


Momma Miss America

Written by Paul McCartney


Album Officially released on McCartney


Singalong Junk

Written by Paul McCartney


Album Officially released on McCartney


Production staff

Paul McCartney:
Phil McDonald:
Mixing engineer

Going further

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