Paul McCartney - Chaos And Creation In The Backyard mp3 album
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Released to widespread critical acclaim, and earning Paul three Grammy nominations, Chaos And Creation In The Backyard saw McCartney hand over production to the . M and Radiohead collaborator Nigel Godrich. When Paul and I got together we had a common goal, said Godrich. We wanted to make a great album that was true to Paul. It was like making a go-cart in the backyard. Featuring a black-and-white cover image, taken by his brother Mike, of a young Paul absentmindedly strumming a guitar in his back garden, and with a song inspired by George Harrison ('Friends To Go'), it's a deeply personal collection of songs enhanced by Godrich's fairly stark production. I suddenly started to notice that posh British people not only have a different accent, they have a different vocabulary.
The cover for Chaos and Creation in the Backyard is from a photograph of McCartney strumming a guitar in his family’s backyard in Liverpool, taken by brother Mike McCartney (aka Mike McGear) and originally entitled Paul Under Washing, before being retitled Our Kid Through Mum’s Net Curtains. However, the album underperformed in the United Kingdom, peaking at the number-ten on chart and spending only 3 weeks inside the top 200 with cumulative sales of around 45,000 units. It fared better in France, selling in excess of 100,000 copies during a 21-week chart run. According to the annual report published by EMI, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard had sold . million copies worldwide by the end of March 2006.
Quiet though it may be, Paul McCartney experienced something of a late-career renaissance with the release of his 1997 album Flaming Pie. With that record, he shook off years of coyness and half-baked ideas and delivered an album that, for whatever its slight flaws, was both ambitious and cohesive, and it started a streak that continued through the driving rock & roll album Run Devil Run and its 2001 follow-up, Driving Rain. Consequently, Chaos sounds as polished as a normal McCartney album, as polished as Driving Rain, but the process of its creation and recording does make this a very different album from not just its predecessor, but from most of McCartney's solo albums.
The cover for Chaos and Creation in the Backyard is from a photograph of McCartney strumming a guitar in his family's back yard in Liverpool, taken by brother Mike McCartney (aka Mike McGear) and originally entitled Paul Under Washing, before being retitled Our Kid Through Mum's Net Curtains. The first single, the upbeat "Fine Line", was released in late August 2005, ahead of the release of Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, and reached No. 20 in the UK. A second single, "Jenny Wren", reached No. 22 in the UK that November . sales figures based on certification alone ^shipments figures based on certification alone.
Listen free to Paul McCartney – Chaos and Creation in the Backyard (Fine Line, How Kind of You and more). Chaos and Creation in the Backyard is an album by Paul McCartney released in 2005.
Documentary: Between Chaos And Creation. Performance Video: Fine Line. Arranged By – Joby Talbot (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 10, 12, 13). Art Direction – Paul McCartney. Artwork – Brian Clarke (6). Conductor – Joby Talbot (tracks: 1, 4, 6, 10, 12, 13). Engineer – Darrell Thorp. Mastered By – Alan Yoshida. Photography By – Bill Bernstein. Photography By – Mike McCartney.
Paul McCartney released 'Chaos and Creation in the Backyard' on Sept. In both cases before, McCartney had constructed an album entirely on his own after the demise of famous groups, first the Beatles and then Wings. But his efforts at establishing himself as a separate entity led to a couple of pitfalls, first with the incomplete-sounding McCartney in 1970 and then the overly mechanized preoccupations of McCartney II. You could argue that his intentions – that is, in the first place, to strip back the pretensions of his work with the Beatles and, in the second, to challenge himself with new musical sounds – were good. There were one or two moments on the album when I had to think to myself, 'You know, I could just fire this guy,"' McCartney told the Associated Press. To some degree, this initial chafing is to be understood.
|2||How Kind Of You|
|4||At The Mercy|
|5||Friends To Go|
|7||Too Much Rain|
|9||Riding To Vanity Fair|
|11||Promise To You Girl|
|12||This Never Happened Before|
|14||Comfort Of Love|
|15||Growing Up Falling Down|
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NotesPackaged in jewel case with. Booklet 4 pages,
cataloge # taken from CD matrix
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed ): 7 24358 08052 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 724358080520
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): OL 0473
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): OL 0473-2
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