Cavendish Parade

Written by Paul McCartneyUnreleased song Instrumental
Timeline This song has been recorded in 1969
Timeline This song has been written (or started being written) in 1969 (Paul McCartney was 27 years old)

Master release

Related sessions

This song has been recorded during the following studio sessions

"McCartney" home recordings

Late December 1969 to Jan 03, 1970

Related songs

Rupert Guitar

Unreleased song

Backwards Guitar Piece

Unreleased song

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Song facts

Cavendish Parade” is a unreleased instrumental track recorded during the sessions for Paul McCartney’s debut solo album, “McCartney“.

It is believed this song was recorded on the same day as “Oo you“, left unused because it was very rough, but sounded very fresh and crazy (see comments on this page).

From The McCartney Recording Sessions blog:

Rupert Guitar
Backwards Guitar Piece
Cavendish Parade

These first three are unreleased instrumentals recorded at Paul’s house during the McCartney sessions. These were recorded with the same Studer 4-Track machine that would later in the year be moved up to Scotland to be used in Rude Studio. So essentially, these songs in spirit are Rude Studio recordings. […]

Last updated on March 26, 2022

Live performances

Paul McCartney has never played this song in concert.


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