Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Thrillington, Mar 25, 2017.
In the end Paul will survive us all... even Keith Richards.
Every time you make another of these gloomy posts, I think back to your confident assertion that the Flowers in the Dirt reissue had been shelved and cheer up.
Definately create a Tote bag for this one just like one Paul gave Harry
I would really like RRS and WL or BTTE and LT. But as others have mentioned I too will be happy with anything.
I hope that we get all the albums eventually up the FP. If they go past that I would be surprised but happy.
I love a well-researched burn.
I hope Paul is not lurking here!
Unless you mean including the six songs used for Oobu Joobuas B-sides from that era, I would only consider Broomstick and Looking For You. Those songs could go with the BroadStreet or Press To Play boxes. Still want to hear that unreleased material!
Does Goodnight Princess count? I absolutely love that track.
Where the b-sides and oobu material can be argued until the cows come home as to where they belong or should go. There are no dead set limits or rules here, only the ones placed by relentless fans. We will see how things fall, we have no clue what will even be next yet
That's true, but now that it'll hopefully be comprehensive... anything can go.
And according to the interview given to Superdeluxeedition.com by Paul's manager, "Wild life" and RRS are the next ones
Fair point. I didn't realise that people here hung on my every word......
I hope I am being overly pessimistic -- I want to see Wild Life and RRS as the next Archive release(s) as much as anyone. But if you'd have told people when this series began back in 2010 that we'd still be waiting for these albums, I don't think many would have believed you.
Many years from now on the Steve Hoffman Forums.....
"I know Paul's got a new album coming, but I still think Wild Life will be the next Archive release....."
I can't see Wild Life without RRS released at the same time. Wild Life had no hits and needs My Love and RRS to build interest in it. I actually think it will be well received with the Hipster crowd and of course PM fans. This reevaluation of McCartney's albums through the Archive series is working very well for him.
That's probably true, but it has more to do with the pace of releases than the choice of albums. I think Wild Life and Red Rose Speedway being the 11th and 12th reissues would have seemed plausible enough.
If you had told me six months ago that the Flowers in the Dirt reissue would include two versions of all nine McCartney/Costello co-writes from that period plus demos of their three later collaborations, I don't think I would have believed that.
Give My Regards too.
Love it, too! To me it was always part of the Broad Street album. Probably just because I own the 1993 remaster CD of it.
I hope after all the albums are released we start to get compilations. Ive always loved Wings Greatest and hope that gets a reissue, even though my original copy is in fantastic shape
I'm happy with my vinyl copy of Wings Greatest, too. And Wingspan was actually something like an extended version of it.
Think there's not much chance of a reissue so soon. Even Pure McCartney is a great compilation alternative.
Don't forget the near perfect compilation of pre-1987 work that is... All The Best! My introduction to Macca, and I still think the song choices on it are top notch. (Note: I'm talking about the US version.)
I know this may sound weird, but Pure McCartney was too big. Too many songs on it. Sometimes I like putting on a shorter album, like Wings Greatest.
I knew I forgot one.^^
Take the 2 disc edition of Pure McCartney then.^^
I was stupid enough to buy all three versions of Pure McCartney. Not saying its a bad comp, but I wasted so much money lol
The 50th anniversary edition of Sgt Pepper is apparently getting announced within the next 2 weeks. It will 100% come out this summer.
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