The Paul McCartney Project

Too Many People

Written by Paul McCartney

Here is the list of albums that features “Too Many People”:

Appears on

Track type

Variation

Showing 1 - 8 of 8 results

R


Ram

Official album • Released in 1971

4:15 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney:
Acoustic guitar, Backing vocals, Bass, Electric guitar, Producer, Vocals
Linda McCartney:
Backing vocals, Producer
Denny Seiwell:
Cow bell, Drums, Percussion, Shaker
Hugh McCracken:
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar
Eirik Wangberg:
Mix engineer

Session Recording:
Nov 10, 1970
Studio:
CBS Studios, New York City


Ram (1993)

Official album • Released in 1993

4:15 • Studio versionA

Recording:
Nov 10, 1970
Studio:
CBS Studios, New York City


Ram - Archive Collection

Official album • Released in 2012

4:11 • Studio versionA • Stereo version

Paul McCartney:
Acoustic guitar, Backing vocals, Bass, Electric guitar, Producer, Vocals
Linda McCartney:
Backing vocals, Producer
Denny Seiwell:
Cow bell, Drums, Percussion, Shaker
Hugh McCracken:
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar
Eirik Wangberg:
Mix engineer

Session Recording:
Nov 10, 1970
Studio:
CBS Studios, New York City


Ram - Archive Collection

Official album • Released in 2012

4:17 • Studio versionB • Mono album: 2012 remaster


Ram - Archive Collection

Official album • Released in 2012

4:32 • Studio versionC2012 • Thrillington: 2012 remaster

Percy "Thrills" Thrillington:
Producer
Richard Hewson:
Arrangements, Orchestration
Tony Clark:
Mixing, Recording
Vic Flick:
Guitar
Clem Cattini:
Drums
Herbie Flowers:
Bass
Steve Gray:
Piano
Jim Lawless:
Percussion
Alan Parsons:
Second engineer
The Swingle Singers:
Vocals
?:
Alto saxophone, Trumpet
The Mike Sammes Singers:
Vocals (?)

Session Recording:
Jun 15, 1971
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


T


Thrillington

Official album • Released in 1977

4:32 • Studio versionC • Instrumental version

Percy "Thrills" Thrillington:
Producer
Richard Hewson:
Arrangements, Orchestration
Tony Clark:
Mixing, Recording
Vic Flick:
Guitar
Clem Cattini:
Drums
Herbie Flowers:
Bass
Steve Gray:
Piano
Jim Lawless:
Percussion
Alan Parsons:
Second engineer
The Swingle Singers:
Vocals
?:
Alto saxophone, Trumpet
The Mike Sammes Singers:
Vocals (?)

Session Recording:
Jun 15, 1971
Studio:
EMI Studios, Studio Two, Abbey Road


U


Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey

7" Single • Released in 1971

Studio versionA


W


Wingspan Hits And History

Official album • Released in 2001

4:13 • Studio versionA

Paul McCartney:
Acoustic guitar, Backing vocals, Bass, Electric guitar, Producer, Vocals
Linda McCartney:
Backing vocals, Producer
Denny Seiwell:
Cow bell, Drums, Percussion, Shaker
Hugh McCracken:
Acoustic guitar, Electric guitar
Eirik Wangberg:
Mix engineer

Recording:
Nov 10, 1970
Studio:
CBS Studios, New York City