- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Ram LP.
- CBS Studios, New York City
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We went to New York to try and find the best recording studio in the world. But I tried them all, and I still think No. 2 at Abbey Road is the best. It’s the one that suits me best, anyway. It’s also got so many facilities there. In America, if you suddenly decide that you want a harmonium, you have to ring up a firm, ‘Yes, we want a harmonium. Yes, we will pay for it. Yes, we’ll pay for delivery costs,’ all this business. Here in England, I just say to Tony (Clark, engineer), ‘Can we have a harmonium,’ he phones the man downstairs and he wheels one up. Anyway, in New York we got to Harlem on the subway, we had a great evening at the Apollo Theater and we had a walk through Central Park after hours. You may find us murdered one day… It was snowy like moonlight in Vermont, just fantastic and I figure anyone who scares me, I scare him.Paul McCartney – From “The Beatles: Off The Record 2 – The Dream is Over: Dream Is Over Vol 2” by Keith Badman
Last updated on March 8, 2022
With 25 albums of pop music, 5 of classical – a total of around 500 songs – released over the course of more than half a century, Paul McCartney's career, on his own and with Wings, boasts an incredible catalogue that's always striving to free itself from the shadow of The Beatles. The stories behind the songs, demos and studio recordings, unreleased tracks, recording dates, musicians, live performances and tours, covers, events: Music Is Ideas Volume 1 traces McCartney's post-Beatles output from 1970 to 1989 in the form of 346 song sheets, filled with details of the recordings and stories behind the sessions. Accompanied by photos, and drawing on interviews and contemporary reviews, this reference book draws the portrait of a musical craftsman who has elevated popular song to an art-form.
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.
As the paperback version is out of print, you can buy a PDF version on the authors' website
This very special RAM special is the first in a series. This is a Timeline for 1970 – 1971 when McCartney started writing and planning RAM in the summer of 1970 and ending with the release of the first Wings album WILD LIFE in December 1971. [...] One thing I noted when exploring the material inside the deluxe RAM remaster is that the book contains many mistakes. A couple of dates are completely inaccurate and the story is far from complete. For this reason, I started to compile a Timeline for the 1970/1971 period filling the gaps and correcting the mistakes. The result is this Maccazine special. As the Timeline was way too long for one special, we decided to do a double issue (issue 3, 2012 and issue 1, 2013).