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Ram (album) by Paul & Linda McCartney

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Ram
Ram by Paul & Linda McCartney (1971)
Overall rank: 373rd   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
81/100 (from 518 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1971 (18th)
Award Top 100 albums of the 1970s (97th)
Award Top 500 albums of all time (373rd)

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From leniad
90/100

Very Good Paul Album, beginnings of Indie and good melodies with awesome backing vocals. Top 5 post-beatles
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From lstevens
10/10

Top Tracks: "Too Many People", "Monkberry Moon Delight", "The Back Seat of My Car"

One of the dumbest albums I've ever heard, but I think that's precisely the point. There is nothing on here that isn't charming in every conceivable way.
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From PinkMind
This is my favourite post-beatles album (besides All Things Must Pass). Pauls song writing abilitys are really great and Linda does a much better Job with backing vocals, than Yoko
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From Papite
Monkberry moon delight what the hell was he thinking !
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Amazing
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From cmoshier
Best Tracks: The Back Seat of my Car, Monkberry Moon Delight
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From silfer
A visceral and unbridled musical offering.
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One of the funnest, and least emotionally draining post-beatles albums, and one I would most likely recommend to anyone wishing to explore the Beatles solo work for the first time. I personally think it's McCartney's best solo album, though it is technically a wings album without the title or credits; but it doesn't beat George's All Things Must Pass or The Plastic Ono Band album. That doesn't mean it isn't worth listening to. Many of these songs would have fit perfectly on a theoretical 70's Beatles album. Also, if you're a fan of McCartney's primal yelling, Monkberry Moon Delight probably serves as his greatest showcase of such talents. Most would agree that Uncle Albert is the best song; but my personal favorite is Too Many People, which is actually one of my favorite songs Paul McCartney ever wrote!
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My all time favorite McCartney solo album. Its incredibly raw and emotional. It also gives off this indie rock vibe for me even though it was recorded in the early 70s
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I get back to it once in a while, and it's always a treat. "a wonderful hot mess of an album" to quote a recent poster.
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