Poll: Paul McCartney - Flowers In The Dirt (1989 Album) - Top 5 to 7 songs

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Dr. Pepper, May 15, 2018.

  1. maccafan

    maccafan Forum Resident

    I like My Brave Face, but I always thought that it just wasn't quite there to be a hit, close but something was still missing, it still didn't have that hook.
    A song like I Can Bet has more of a hook to me, I've always thought it should of been the very first song released from the album New.
     
  2. Tord

    Tord Forum Resident

    Location:
    Kungsbacka, Sweden
    My Brave Face
    Rough Ride
    You Want Her Too
    Distractions
    Put It There
    This One
    That Day Is Done
     
  3. Mr. D

    Mr. D Forum Resident

    My 7, in the order they appear, not 1-7:

    My Brave Face
    You Want Her Too
    Put It There
    Figure of Eight
    That Day Is Done
    Back on My Feet
    Flying to My Home

    Can't believe the latter two were relegated to B sides.
     
  4. Price.pittsburgh

    Price.pittsburgh Forum Resident

    Location:
    Florida
    My Brave Face
    You Want Her Too
    Distractions
    Put It There
    Figure of Eight
    This One
    That Day Is Done

    But I like the entire album.
    Had the cassette in 1990 after seeing Paul live in Miami.
    Was one of my very first cds when I got my first cd player in 1992.

    From 82-97, 15 years, he had three great albums.
    Tug of War, Flowers in the Dirt and Flamming Pie.
     
  5. curbach

    curbach Some guy on the internet

    Location:
    The ATX
    A solid offering from Sir Paul. “Rough Ride” is the kind of credible rock song that is far too rare in McCartney’s solo work. As one of the few (tasteful) people who voted for “Ou Est La Soleil”, I should offer some explanation. Great groove, lots of fun and not enough lyrics for McCartney to sabotage it with schmaltz or stoned-out nonsense.
     
  6. "My Brave Face"
    "Figure Of Eight"
    "Put It There"
    "This One"
    "That Day Is Done"
    "Motor Of Love"
    "Back On My Feet"
    "Fly Me To My Home"
     

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