- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the New Official album.
- Timeline See what happened in April 2013
- Henson Recording Studios, Los Angeles
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From the liner notes of the album, notes from Paul:
[…] Next we took all the tracks out to Los Angeles where we had two rooms at Henson Studios and made final mixes of everything watched over at the front gate by Kermit the Frog. In one room Mark ‘Spike’ Stent was set up to mix the tracks. We were along the corridor in another studio, making sure the music was totally ready for Spike to mix. As soon as we were happy with the track we would take it to the mix room to be cooked. After we had listened to what Spike had done and made any necessary tweaks we returned to the other room and finished another song. Sometimes, in the case ‘Appreciate’ and ‘Looking At Her’ we would write and record new offerings for Spike’s oven to bake. The buzz was intense and that period had an atmosphere to it that was positively electric. Then came the phase when a lot of hard decisions had to be made. What to include and what to leave off the album. What order the tracks would run in. Our management team now knew what we had decided. When we had everything in place, the recordings went off to Sterling Sound in New York to be mastered for your delight. We put a lot of energy and effort into making this album. Hard work? No, not at all. We don’t work music, we play it! Cheers to you. Love, Paul.Paul McCartney
Last updated on May 27, 2019