May 1995 • Songs recorded during this session appear on Flaming Pie
- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Flaming Pie Official album.
- Timeline More from year 1995
- Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK
Some songs from this session appear on:
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In May 2005, Steve Miller spent two weeks with Paul in Hog Hill Mill. “Broomstick” was one of the songs worked on during those sessions, according to the liner notes of the “Young Boy” EP. However, in the 2020 Flaming Pie Archive Collection book, it is mentioned that Steve Miller remembers the initial jam happened when Paul was in his studio in Idaho, in February 2005.
As Steve Miller remembers:
We just made that up. I said, ‘Here’s a little rhythm track,’ and he started playing drums, and then he started singing. We didn’t know what we were doing – we were just jamming and not worrying about it… it was weird because it was just such a flight of fantasy, but one of the things about Paul is his imagination is so great, as a writer. When somebody sits down and tosses that off, you kind of go, ‘Wow, where did that come from?’Steve Miller, talking about “Broomstick”, from the 2020 Flaming Pie Archive Collection book
Last updated on September 6, 2020
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