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Tema: Reedición del Catálogo McCartney

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    Como ya se veía venir desde hace un par de años y sobre todo por la grave crisis que casi ha acabado con la antaño todopoderosa multinacional EMI, finalmente Paul McCartney ha firmado un acuerdo con Concord para distribuir en exclusiva todo su fondo de catálogo, desde su primer trabajo en solitario, McCartney, que precisamente ahora celebra su 40º aniversario. La noticia tal como aparece en Earth Times:

    McCartney Catalog To Be Reissued by Concord Music Group

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - (Business Wire) Paul McCartney’s MPL and Concord Music Group, one of the world’s leading independent music companies today announced an historic agreement to globally market and distribute McCartney’s venerated solo and Wings catalog, which encompass 40 years of cherished, classic material from the most successful songwriter and recording artist in music history. Indeed, the music legend has sold an astonishing 100 million solo singles and 700 million albums world-wide in his unparalleled career. The announcement coincides with the 40th anniversary of McCartney, his fabled first solo album released April, 1970.

    This exclusive global arrangement, will cover both physical and digital distribution of McCartney’s treasured post Beatles catalog including landmark solo albums such as McCartney, Ram, McCartney II, Tug Of War, Pipes of Peace, Give My Regards To Broad Street, Press To Play, Flowers in the Dirt, Off the Ground, Flaming Pie, Driving Rain, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, Memory Almost Full, and Good Evening New York City. The classic Wings albums include Wildlife, Red Rose Speedway, Band On The Run, Venus and Mars, Wings At The Speed of Sound, Wings Over America, London Town and Back To The Egg. The catalog also includes the inventive, highly regarded albums recorded under the McCartney pseudonyms Percy “Thrills” Thrillington, The Fireman and Twin Freaks.

    The indispensible and remarkably enduring collection of songs represented in McCartney’s post 1970 collected works include the gems “Maybe I’m Amazed”, “Another Day”, “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey”, “My Love”, “Live & Let Die”, “Band On The Run”, “Jet”, “Listen To What The Man Said”, “Silly Love Songs”, “Let ‘Em In”, “With A Little Luck”, “Mull Of Kintyre”, “Coming Up”, “Ebony and Ivory”, “Say Say Say”, “No More Lonely Nights”, “My Brave Face”, “Hope Of Deliverance”, “Fine Line”, and “Dance Tonight” among many others.

    McCartney fans can look forward to an ambitious and rewarding reissue program beginning in August of 2010 with Band On The Run; Paul McCartney & Wings’ classic #1 album from 1973 that spawned the immortal title song as well as the smash hit “Jet”. It will be available in a variety of configurations, including a special collector’s multi-disc edition with remastered audio, enhanced packaging and rare bonus content.

    In 2007 Concord Records and Starbucks partnered to form Hear Music whose inaugural release was Paul McCartney’s highly successful, critically acclaimed album Memory Almost Full. The McCartney-Concord relationship has since blossomed to include the 2009 release of McCartney’s historic multi-disc live CD/DVD Good Evening New York City and now this landmark multi-year global marketing and distribution partnership.

    "Since the release of Memory Almost Full in 2007 I have had a good working relationship with Concord and enjoyed our mutual love of music,” stated McCartney. “I'm looking forward to continuing this relationship with the new catalog campaign. I'm always looking for new ways and opportunities to get my music to people and Concord share this passion."

    “Working with Paul McCartney, the MPL team and this tremendous catalog is an unbelievable honor,” stated Glen Barros, Concord Music Group President and CEO. “To so many of us here at Concord and to millions of people all over the world, Paul’s music has formed a big part of ‘life’s soundtrack’. So to now be a part of representing this amazing body of work is nothing short of a dream come true.”


    Para un fan de los Beatles y/o de Paul, como es mi caso, la noticia es absolutamente maravillosa. Espero que, por fin, McCartney desentierre esas joyas que permanecen guardadas en sus baúles de recuerdos musicales. Ah, y sobre todo que las remasterizaciones estén a la altura de lo que se espera.

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    Desde el punto de vista musical, me parece innecesario. La discografía de Macca está perfectamente editada en la "Paul McCartney Collection" de EMI, esos CDs con el marco blanco. El sonido es estupendo y vienen todos los singles y algunas rarezas como bonus.
    Pero bueno, todo es susceptible de revenderse.

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    Hmm, creo que se editó algo de Wings en quadraphonic. ¿Habrá una remota posibilidad...?

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    Hmm, creo que se editó algo de Wings en quadraphonic. ¿Habrá una remota posibilidad...?
    Hace unos años se editaron Band on the Run y Venus and Mars en formato DTS-CD 5.1, con un sonido que, a mi parecer, está muy bien, y creo que ambos todavía están disponibles de forma "gratuita" por "ahí". Por otro lado, el recopilatorio de vídeos de McCartney ofrecía mezclas DTS en 5.1 de sus temas emblemáticos, también con un sonido de gran calidad.

    Aun admitiendo que las versiones remasterizadas (las de la portada blanca) suenan bien, un coleccionista siempre espera algo más en la publicación de sus discos vitales de referencia, y es lo que me pasa con la obra de Paul (y del resto de los Beatles), y cualquier "sorpresilla" en forma de excelsa presentación y algún tema inédito siempre son bienvenidas.

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    Efectivamente, escuché alguna y otra canción de los DTS-CD en la emisora internet Surround-O-Phonic (verdadera lástima que desapareció), y sonaba bastante bien. Pero ojalá que vuelvan a sacar el material para una edición "lossless" y la dinámica de 24 bits. Siempre he pensado que ni el vinilo era formato capaz de sacar toda la chicha de la música de los "Fab Four".

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    Aunque no totalmente confirmado, la re-reedición de Band on the run, en múltiples variantes -incluyendo vinilo-, tendrá lugar el 31 de agosto próximo.

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    No se si conoceis esta oferta : Paul McCartney: The McCartney Years (3 Discs)

    Es una coleccion de muchisimos de sus videos en DD 5.1, ademas de conciertos y un documental sobre Creating Chaos. Buenísima imagen y sonido.

    En Play.com está a 11,49€
    http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/34682...s/Product.html

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    Esa colección tiene un fallo inadmisible: la mayoría de vídeo-clips tienen un formato original de 4:3, y para presentar todos los vídeos en 16:9 los han mutilado cortando por arriba y por abajo.
    I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine. Machines never come with any extra parts, you know. They always come with the exact amount they need. So I figured, if the entire world was one big machine, I couldn't be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason.(HUGO)

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    Tras la re-reeedición de Band on the Run, para el mes de junio se avecinan nuevas remasterizaciones del catálogo de McCartney. La noticia:

    Macca Mania: Paul’s “McCartney” and “McCartney II” Expanded Editions Coming in June

    “Do you foresee a time when Lennon/McCartney becomes an active songwriting partnership again?” That question was one of many posed on a press release enclosed with advanced copies of Paul McCartney’s 1970 solo debut, McCartney. With the Cute Beatle’s one word response, the world knew that The Beatles were irreparably broken. McCartney’s simple “no” spoke volumes. His other answers didn’t help matters. And so while the world’s most beloved band was fracturing, a solo career that flourishes to this day was beginning. On June 7, Concord’s Hear Music label continues The Paul McCartney Archive Collection with reissues of 1970’s McCartney and its ten-years-later sequel, 1980’s McCartney II. Both releases will be made available in CD Special Edition, CD+DVD and 2-LP packages. (Thanks to our good friends at MusicTAP for the heads-up!)

    Maybe you’re amazed by this news? If so, hit the jump for more!
    McCartney (1970) was recorded by the artist in the seclusion of his home studio, away from his fab pals. The multi-instrumentalist took on bass (naturally) plus drums, acoustic guitar, lead guitar, piano, Mellotron and organ (as well as “toy xylophone and bow and arrow,” he added!) for the album, with wife Linda adding harmonies and the sleeve photography, of course. The April 1970 release arrived amidst great controversy; the acrimony of The Beatles’ breakup was being played out before the press, with McCartney arguably firing the first salvo with his press release. There was also a contretemps over the album’s release date when it appeared that it would conflict with the planned release of Let it Be; Phil Spector was assembling and remixing the Beatles’ swansong to McCartney’s chagrin while McCartney was recording his solo debut.

    Upon its release, McCartney reached the top spot in the U.S. Billboard chart, while Simon and Garfunkel’s Bridge Over Troubled Water (also the recipient of a deluxe reissue this year) denied it that plateau in the U.K. Among the Beatles leftovers, instrumentals and unpretentious, intimate charmers, there was one majestic achievement worthy of McCartney’s best: “Maybe I’m Amazed.” Among the other decidedly lo-fi cuts were the standout ballads “Junk” and “Every Night,” as good examples as any of McCartney’s effortless melodic gifts. The wistful, homespun tone of McCartney left many listeners bewildered despite its great commercial success. McCartney would keep them guessing throughout the decade, with only his muse to guide him, and only “The Lovely Linda” consistently by his side.

    With The Beatles in limbo, Paul cut McCartney. When the same fate befell Wings in summer 1979 after the release of what would turn out to be the band’s final album, Back to the Egg, the artist turned again to his home studio. That summer, he made a number of recordings including “Wonderful Christmastime.” He was then back on the road for a U.K. tour with Wings, and then the Japanese leg which led to his infamous marijuana bust. After serving nine days in jail, McCartney returned home. Still unsure if he wished Wings to have a future, he made the decision to release his solo recordings of the previous year as McCartney II.

    Released in May 1980, II boasted one major hit, just like its predecessor. This time, it was “Coming Up,” an infectious dance song which was reportedly a favorite of John Lennon’s. Also like McCartney, II offered instrumental tracks and more experimental compositions, this time utilizing modern (and New Wave-inspired?) synthesizer sounds. The second single, “Waterfalls,” performed well in the U.K. but the low-key song failed to make any waves in America. Still, the album topped the U.K. chart and hit No. 3 in the U.S., and its success encouraged McCartney to continue his career sans Wings. Like McCartney, its sequel remains a somewhat polarizing classic, but both albums represent the singer and songwriter in adventurous mode.

    Hear Music hasn’t yet revealed the details for its upcoming deluxe reissues of McCartney and McCartney II, but you know to stay tuned to this space for the details as soon as they’re available. In the meantime, the core track listings for both albums can be found below. They will soon be amended with the appropriate bonus content and discographical details. (Bonus tracks from the previous editions of McCartney II have not been listed below, though they could well appear on these upcoming releases. As is par for the course with McCartney, there is plenty of other material that could be appended, too.)

    Paul McCartney, McCartney (Apple PCS 7102 (U.K.)/Apple SMAS 3363 (U.S.), 1970 – reissued Concord/Hear Music, 2011)

    1.The Lovely Linda
    2.That Would Be Something
    3.Valentine Day
    4.Every Night
    5.Hot as Sun/Glasses
    6.Junk
    7.Man We Was Lonely
    8.Oo You
    9.Mamma Miss America
    10.Teddy Boy
    11.Singalong Junk
    12.Maybe I’m Amazed
    13.Kreen – Akore


    Paul McCartney, McCartney II (Parlophone PCTC 258 (U.K.)/Columbia FC 36511 (U.S.), 1980 – reissued Concord/Hear Music, 2011)

    1.Coming Up
    2.Temporary Secretary
    3.On the Way
    4.Waterfalls
    5.Nobody Knows
    6.Front Parlour
    7.Summer Day’s Song
    8.Frozen Jap
    9.Bogey Music
    10.Darkroom
    11.One of These Days


    Iré posteando las novedades a medida que se vayan anunciando.
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    Ya tenemos las noticias más calientes del doble lanzamiento de las remasterizaciones de Paul:

    The McCartney Reissues – McCartney (1970), McCartney II (1980)

    Two more classic Paul McCartney albums will be delivered with a Deluxe treatment and released on June 13 (UK), and June 14 (US). McCartney (1970), and McCartney II (1980) will be reissued not only with remastered sound by Guy Massey and Steve Rooke (the boys who did the Beatles remasters), but also with additional bonus tracks (alternates, B-sides, and live performances) and video. These sets are completed with new packaging in various forms.

    McCartney (1970) will be reissued in 2CD, 2CD/1DVD Deluxe Edition, and a vinyl 2LP set. The McCartney title will add in seven bonus tracks that include previously unreleased outtakes (“Suicide”, “Don’t Cry Baby”), and a 1979 live recording of “Maybe I’m Amazed”. The 3-disc package adds a DVD with album-related footage. In addition, the 3-disc set adds a 128-page! hard-bound book to the package along with access to hi-res downloadable album tracks. The 2LP set is weighed at 180g and will include download access of album tracks. The official track-listing (taken from the McCartney site) is as follows:

    CD 1 – Remastered Album
    1. The Lovely Linda
    2. That Would Be Something
    3. Valentine Day
    4. Every Night
    5. Hot As Sun / Glasses
    6. Junk
    7. Man We Was Lonely
    8. Oo You
    9. Momma Miss America
    10. Teddy Boy
    11 Singalong Junk
    12. Maybe I’m Amazed
    13. Kreen-Akrore

    CD 2 – Bonus Audio Tracks
    1. Suicide [Out-take]
    2. Maybe I’m Amazed [From One Hand Clapping]
    3. Every Night [Live At Glasgow, 1979]
    4. Hot As Sun [Live At Glasgow, 1979]
    5. Maybe ”m Amazed [Live At Glasgow, 1979]
    6. Don’t Cry Baby [Out-take]
    7. Women Kind (Demo) [Mono]

    DVD – Bonus Film
    1. The Album Story
    2. The Beach
    3. Maybe I’m Amazed Music Video
    4. Suicide [from One Hand Clapping]
    5. Every Night [Live at Concert for the People of Kampuchea]
    6. Hot As Sun [Live at Concert for the People of Kampuchea]
    7. Junk [MTV Unplugged]
    8. That Would Be Something [MTV Unplugged]

    McCartney II (1980) will reissue as 2CD Special Edition, a 4-disc set configuration with 3CD/1DVD, and a 2LP package. The reissued album will contain eight additional bonus tracks (alternates, B-sides, live performances) that include “Bogey Wobble”, “Wonderful Christmastime”, and a 1979 live performance of “Coming Up”. The Deluxe Edition adds a 3rd CD with eight more bonus tracks (full-length versions of some album and non-album tracks, a DJ edit of “Waterfalls”, and “Summer’s Day Song” without vocals), a DVD filled with footage including a new video of “Blue Sway”, a spacious 128-page hardbound book, and access to downloadable hi-res tracks. The 2LP set is weighed at 180g and includes access to hi-res MP3 tracks. The official track-listing (taken from the McCartney site) is as follows:

    CD 1 – Remastered Album
    1. Coming Up
    2. Temporary Secretary
    3. On The Way
    4. Waterfalls
    5. Nobody Knows
    6. Front Parlour
    7. Summer’s Day Song
    8. Frozen Jap
    9. Bogey Music
    10. Darkroom
    11 One Of These Days

    CD 2 – Bonus Audio 1
    1. Blue Sway [With Richard Niles Orchestration]
    2. Coming Up [Live At Glasgow, 1979]
    3. Check My Machine [Edit]
    4. Bogey Wobble
    5. Secret Friend
    6. Mr H Atom / You Know I’ll Get you Baby
    7. Wonderful Christmastime [Edited Version]
    8. All You Horse Riders/Blue Sway

    CD 3- Bonus Audio 2 (DELUXE 3 CD – 1 DVD EDITION ONLY)
    1. Coming Up [Full Length Version]
    2. Front Parlour [Full Length Version]
    3. Frozen Jap [Full Length Version]
    4. Darkroom [Full Length Version]
    5. Check My Machine [Full Length Version]
    6. Wonderful Christmastime [Full Length Version]
    7. Summer’s Day Song [Original without vocals]
    8. Waterfalls [DJ Edit]

    DVD – Bonus Film
    1. Meet Paul McCartney
    2. Coming Up Music Video
    3. Waterfalls Music Video
    4. Wonderful Christmastime Music Video
    5. Coming Up [Live at Concert for the People of Kampuchea]
    6. ‘Coming Up’ [taken from a rehearsal session at Lower Gate Farm, 1979]
    7. Making the Coming Up Music Video
    8. Blue Sway

    Both albums will also be made available as digitally downloadable (DD) albums for those that desire them in that way. It should be noted that the standard single disc digital download of these albums will ONLY be made available to the US market.
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    Vaya, no tenía pensado hacerme con estas reediciones, ya que la McCartney collection (la de los marcos blancos) ya tenían muy buen sonido y bonus tracks, pero me están tentando con tanto material añadido
    Probablemente acabe comprando "McCartney", que es un disco que me encanta: muchas de sus canciones se concibieron y desarrollaron aún en el seno de los Beatles, y ese aire "casero" de la grabación le da un toque indie muy refrescante.
    "McCartney II", en cambio, me parece un horror, lo peor que ha hecho Paul probablemente. Se salva "Waterfalls" y poco más.
    I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine. Machines never come with any extra parts, you know. They always come with the exact amount they need. So I figured, if the entire world was one big machine, I couldn't be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason.(HUGO)

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    Vaya, no tenía pensado hacerme con estas reediciones, ya que la McCartney collection (la de los marcos blancos) ya tenían muy buen sonido y bonus tracks, pero me están tentando con tanto material añadido
    Probablemente acabe comprando "McCartney", que es un disco que me encanta: muchas de sus canciones se concibieron y desarrollaron aún en el seno de los Beatles, y ese aire "casero" de la grabación le da un toque indie muy refrescante.
    "McCartney II", en cambio, me parece un horror, lo peor que ha hecho Paul probablemente. Se salva "Waterfalls" y poco más.
    Estoy de acuerdo contigo. Mientras que McCartney tiene una frescura que no ha sucumbido con el tiempo, es más, hoy en día es más apreciado que entonces, McCartney 2 estaba ya obsoleto desde su lanzamiento, pese a que a Lennon le encantase Coming Up, y del que salvo dos baladas como Waterfalls y One of these days -bueno, y Dark room-.

    Como buen coleccionista -compulsivo- beatle ya he hecho el pre-order de ambas ediciones en su modalidad libro de luxe. Espero que las próximas reediciones incluyan Ram y Venus and Mars, por citar dos de sus trabajos de los 70 que más me gustan, y que por fin vea la luz la película de los conciertos que dieron lugar a Wings over America.

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