Early Days (track) by Paul McCartney
Early Days appears on the following album(s) by Paul McCartney:
- New (track #5) (this album) (2013)
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McCartney's voice is cracking with age but he still gives us a another classic. I wish he would make an album full of personal tracks like this, raw and stripped back. A kind of Macca version of Johnny Cash's later recordings he did with Rick Rubin. That would be fascinating.
Just when you think he's out he pulls you back in. A great late-period Macca song.