Posts tagged ‘Linda McCartney’

May 19, 2012

A Love For You

Paul McCartney wrote and recorded the song “A Love for You” during the sessions for his 1971 album Ram. The song was not included on the album, and has remained unreleased until now.

“A Love for You” is one of the bonus tracks to be included on the remastered version of Ram, part of McCartney’s Archive Collection.

Listen to “A Love for You” after the jump!

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April 19, 2012

Ram Remastered Tracklistings

The tracklistings for the new special editions of Paul and Linda McCartney’s Ram has officially been announced.

See the tracklistings and the video trailer after the jump!

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March 27, 2012

Eat At Home

Paul McCartney’s “Eat at Home” was a track on his 1971 album Ram. The song was released as a single in Europe only, and reached #7 in the Netherlands. Many believe it was written in the style of Buddy Holly, one of McCartney’s idols.

Listen to “Eat at Home” after the jump!

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March 22, 2012

Ram Remastered

The Paul and Linda McCartney album Ram, originally released in 1971, is being re-released as part of the Paul McCartney Archive Collection. The remastered album will be released in a variety of formats, including CD, LP, deluxe box set and digital download, and will feature a variety of unreleased tracks.

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January 10, 2012

A Toot and a Snore

In March 1974, Paul and Linda McCartney decided to drop in on a recording session that John Lennon was producing for singer Harry Nilsson in Los Angeles. The two former Beatles began an impromptu jam session, joined by Nilsson, Stevie Wonder, Jesse Ed Davis, May Pang and Bobby Keys. The sessions, though deemed to not have been very productive, were eventually released on a bootleg album entitled A Toot and a Snore in ’74. This was to be the first and last time the two men recorded together following the breakup of The Beatles.

December 16, 2011


Paul McCartney and his wife Linda assembled a new band called Wings in 1971. The original members of the band included the McCartneys, along with drummer Denny Seiwell and ex-Moody Blues member Denney Laine on guitar and vocals. The group released their first album together entitled Wild Life later that year.

October 13, 2011

Linda Eastman

Linda Eastman, a native New Yorker and successful photographer, met Paul McCartney on May, 15th, 1967, at the Bag O’ Nails club in London. The two were eventually married and had three children. Linda McCartney passed away from breast cancer on April 17th, 1998, at the age of 56. The couple were married for 29 years.

October 18, 2010

Paul McCartney Wedding

Paul McCartney married Linda Eastman on March 12, 1969. It was the second marriage for Eastman, who was previously married to Marvin See, with whom she had a daughter, Heather. The McCartneys were married until Linda died of breast cancer on April 17, 1998.