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Ram album for sale by Paul McCartney was released Sep 03, 1999 on the Capitol/EMI label. At the beginning of his solo career, McCartney took the term rather literally, recording virtually alone, playing and singing nearly all the parts himself. Nowhere is that approach more effective than on RAM, arguably his finest solo recording. Admittedly, he had a little help from guitarist Hugh McCracken and a couple of others here and there, but for the most part, this is Paul's show. Ram CD music contains a single disc with 12 songs. ...See Full Description
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||the best album|
i go back and forth with this one and band on the run all the time and i have all of them.but this one had an absolute beatle vibe for sure.he was still beatle paul.this would have made some awesome beatle tracks..yeah! i could have heard john & george singing the harmonies in smile away/too many people/ram on/uncle albert.many more.the guitars on this album are incredible.in a lot of ways this was really the first wings album just without denny laine and henry m,but with linda in the mix it was the begining of the wings sound.and quite honestly her vibe is sorely missed in his sound at this point,people have all sorts of opinions on this but a sound was created and it belonged to paul & linda and she was damn cool,this is about family not hollywood.and i love the fact that you hear what turned into big barn bed 2 yrs later (red rose speedway) on the ram reprise and monkberry moon delight has that upsetting kind of sound.but blistering outta the speakers.the back seat of my car is a masterpiece paul rock ballad.i think maybe im amazed is hard for him to top and always will be and im a player and whenever i play MIA with people i get goose bumps.but back seat is in the league.the thing about this album is that it is such a classic that when you listen you will usually go from top to bottom..so if you dont own this one your missing out.everytime i hear it i hear something i missed last time.when that happens.you know it's good..rock on friends,BL
By BHL (new york)
Just Paul doing what he does, I loved it when I first bought the LP, and I HAD to have this on CD. It has been in the car CD player over a week now.
By Lenny (Columbia, Md. USA)
||Ram on, give your heart to somebody.|
Considering that Paul was under fire for the continuing Beatles legal fiasco, this album is especially impressive. From beginning to end, it is delightful listening.
By Gerald (Bakersfield Ca)
||Very strange for a Paul McCartney record|
This is a record that defies analysis and explanation; it simply is what it is. And, in the case of the music, that is a good thing. This album shows Paul at a creative high, and he goes all over the place, never stopping for too long on a particular topic. The result is an album that has stellar moments blending seamlessly into what critics could label as "filler". In reality, this album is cohesive; it just spins off in so many directions that you have to tread carefully, or you'll fall into a stereotypical pit and miss something. I know I have, and I should listen more carefully to the album. Get this album and listen, too. Who knows what you'll hear?
By Galen (Anchorage, Alaska)
||Excellent fan album|
This was Paul McCartney's second solo release and it contains the hit "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey." Some great songs on this album include "Three Legs," "Heart of the Country," "Smile Away" and "Too Many People"--which he performed for the first time live on his recent tour. The album is upbeat, fun, and full of surprises.
By whitesox9 (Kirkland, IL)
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