The Paul McCartney Project

Overdubs for "Hope Of Deliverance"

Jul 17, 1992 • For Paul McCartney

Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Off The Ground Official album.
Timeline See what happened in 1992
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK

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Songs recorded


Hope Of Deliverance

Written by Paul McCartney




Davide Giovanni:
Dave Pattman:
Maurizio Ravalico:

Production staff

Paul McCartney:
Julian Mendelsohn:


Three Latin percussionists were involved on this track, during an overdub session which took place on July 17, 1992. One of those, Maurizio Ravalico, has detailed this session in the book Paul McCartney: Recording Sessions (1969-2013):

We were invited to McCartney’s private studio in Sussex. They had us to hear the track, that was already completed and mixed, giving some generic instructions. We only learned that they wanted a Latin flavor on the song and so we brought to the studio an entire instruments’ van! […] We were in the studio for half a day. Everything went smoothly and quickly, but without any pressure. Both McCartney and Mendelsohn were wide-open to our suggestions and they did not give any indication about our instruments or the playing style […]

Maurizio Ravalico, Paul McCartney: Recording Sessions (1969-2013)


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