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Move Over Busker - Paul McCartney - Press To Play (CD, Album)

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  1. At the time, Press to Play was occasionally promoted as Macca's response to punk -- which we all better hope is not true, since that means he was responding ten years after the fact, signaling just how out of touch he was. But McCartney wasn't that disconnected from reality (he did talk about punk in interviews from the late '70s), so a more accurate view of Press to Play is to see it as.
  2. May 02,  · “Move Over Busker” is a song from album “Press To Play” co-written with Eric Stewart. From “ Club Sandwich 42 – Autumn “: “ That’s got a good American rock ‘n roll feel to it.
  3. Sep 11,  · For all his criticisms, it is Stewart who comes across best on the record. When writing with the 10cc frontman, McCartney’s work veers from the exquisitely cerebral (‘Footprints’, ‘Pretty Little Head’) to the rip-rapaciously exciting (‘Move Over Busker’ is one of McCartney’s most inspired post seventies rockers).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Press To Play on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - 7 2 4,Parlophone - CDPMCOL 15,MPL (2) - 7 2 4 • Series: The Paul McCartney Collection • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock/5(3).
  5. Press to Play is the sixth solo studio album by English musician Paul McCartney, released in August It was McCartney's first album of entirely new music since Pipes of Peace in , and his first solo album to be issued internationally by EMI following a six-year alliance with Columbia Records in the United States and to re-establish himself after his poorly received
  6. Very similar to Paul McCartney - Press To Play, the only difference appears to be the catalog number on the labels and CD, the style of the obi strip, and, on the back cover, the two Japanese lines at the bottom are swapped, and the dates at the front and end of the are different.
  7. Press to Play, an Album by Paul McCartney. Released 22 August on Parlophone (catalog no. 24 1; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Pop. Featured peformers: Paul McCartney (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, producer), Neil Jason (aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Eric Stewart (electric guitar, acoustic guitar), Pete Townshend.
  8. In many respects it picks up where Tug of War left off and offers solid production values with McCartney experimenting with recording technology and writing some catchy tunes along the way. Stand-out tracks would be: Strangehold, Talk More Talk, Only Love Remains, Press, Move Over Busker, However Absurd and It's Not True/5(99).

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