That being said, for close to the last forty years, Paul McCartney has been making music on his own as well as with bands of his own. While clearly not as influential as his work with The Beatles, he's clearly created some well crafted music while developing the most successful solo career of the remaining band members . Now he's back with his 30-somethingth album, Memory Almost Full. Paul performs nearly all of the instruments on the album (minus some of the string work). While the optimistic upbeat McCartney is clearly present, there are also some notes of melancholy (Ever Present Past and The End of the End spring to mind).
Besides the standard release with thirteen tracks, the album is also available in a CD/DVD Deluxe Edition, which features three bonus tracks (In Private, Why So Blue, and 222), exclusive live performance footage (a "secret" show at the Electric Ballroom in London in June, 2007), and music videos for Ever Present Past and Dance Tonight (two tracks from this album).
Paul McCartney - Dance Tonight : Memory Almost Full
Paul McCartney - 222 : Memory Almost Full
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