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Flaming Pie album for sale by Paul McCartney was released May 27, 1997 on the Capitol label. Personnel includes: Paul McCartney (vocals, 6- & 12-string acoustic guitars, electric guitar, Spanish guitar, piano, Wurlitzer piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Mellotron, Hammond organ, harpsichord, harmonium, vibraphone, acoustic & electric basses, drums, percussion); Steve Miller (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars); Jeff Lynne (acoustic & electric guitars, keyboards, electric harpischord, background vocals); James McCartney (electric guitar); Chris "Snake" Davis (saxophone); Dave Bishop (baritone saxophone); Kevin Robinson (trumpet); Michael Thompson, Richard Bissill, Richard Watkins, John Pigneguy (French horn); Ringo Starr (drums, percussion, background vocals); Linda McCartney (background vocals). ...See Full Description
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||His Best Album EVER|
As a collection of songs, it doesn't get any better than this. Many put this second to Band On The Run. While I take nothing away from the grand accomplishment of that disc, BOTR was Macca at the top of his game popularity-wise. With Flaming Pie, we see Macca after 40 years of songwriting... and HE STILL HAS IT! YOU MUST OWN THIS CD!!!
By Keith (Paris, TX USA)
||A rejuvenation extroadinaire!|
Paul had not created an album as solid as this since "Tug of War" Here, Paul spins one song after another that reminds one of him before the breakup of the Beatles. Now, we had never heard Paul get back to his strong songwriting since "Tug of War", and even that was distinctively Paul by himself, not Paul sounding like he was still with the Beatles. Here, however, Paul simply made a personal and powerful album without thought as to how to market it or present it. This is an ultimate triumph, as the simplicity of such gems as "The Song We Were Singing", "Calico Skies", "Beautiful Night" and "Little Willow" directly take you down memory lane to when Paul was singing "Mother Nature's Son" on the White Album. If you're a casual fan, this is definitely an album to get. You will not forget it.
By Galen (Anchorage, AK, USA)
||A big comeback for Paul|
His finest collection of songs since Band on the Run. Am I the only one out there that thinks "Somedays" ranks with "Yesterday", "Michelle", "Eleanor Rigby", and "And I Love Her" as among Paul's best ballads?
By billyjoeboomboom (Bryson City, USA)
||Flaming Pie (1997)|
This album puts Band on the Run to shame. (nearly). This is my favorite album of his. IT IS AMAZING!
By keithsilvers (Wausau, WI, USA)
||beatles with an "a"|
the headline comes from the story that paul told us about the origin of the beatles' name. it is hard not to remember the beatles cound while listening to this record, but this is not a fault, Paul was one of the fab four and very much responsible for their sound. Paul plays most of the instruments here, and performs and writes with a sensibility, simplicity and quality that was missed in his recent albums. Not to miss: calico skies, the song we were singing, little willow, beautiful night. Rock along with: flaming pie, the world tonight, really love you. Enjoy: the rest of the album. Essential in any musical collection. Pop rock at its best.
By polo (america)
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|CD Universe Part number||1108739|
|Release Date||May 27, 1997|
|Recording Time||53 minutes|
|Personnel||Paul McCartney - vocals, 6- & 12-string acoustic guitars, electric guitar, Spanish guitar, piano, Wurlitzer piano, Fender Rhodes piano, Mellotron, Hammond organ, harpsichord, harmonium, vibraphone, acoustic & electric basses, drums, percussion|
Anthony Pleeth - cello
Chris Laurence - double bass
Skaila Kanga - harp
Richard Edwards - trombone
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