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MessagePosté le: Ven Sep 02, 2011 10:03 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Je ne participe que maintenant, désolé...

Franchement, je n'ai acheté aucune de ces deux dernières rééditions, je trouve que 93€ pour du "réchauffé" et des "inédits" que tout le monde pouvait déjà écouté gratuitement sur le web c'est un peu trop nous prendre pour des vaches à lait.
Blue Sway est franchement loint d'être un titre exceptionnel, on peut effectivement parler de "muzak" dans ce cas.

Ce que j'attends de Macca c'est du neuf et des concerts.
L'album classique Ocean's Kingdom m'excite beaucoup plus, et sera financièrement certainement plus abordable.
En janvier 2010 il était question de nouvelles chansons prêtes à être enregistrées en studio, qu'en est-il ?

Je ne suis pas le seul a être de cet avis, mais peu osent l'exprimer de peur d'être hués par les fans qui suivent aveuglément l'équipe marketing de Sir Paul McCartney.
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MessagePosté le: Mer Déc 07, 2011 9:29 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Aux dernières nouvelles, la campagne de rééditions cale sur un gros morceau que nous sommes nombreux à attendre : l'album de 1971, RAM.

Le bouquin serait finalisé à 80% mais le contenu musical, lui, n'aurait qu'était établi à 20%. Ah les maths...

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MessagePosté le: Lun Avr 23, 2012 10:22 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Ram on...

One two three four !



In keeping with the reissue campaign to date, the Deluxe Edition Box Set is the ultimate collectable for any fan of this album. Its stunningly presented 112-page book, photo prints, handwritten lyrics and notes, four CDs and a bonus film DVD, tells the full story of a classic album that has gone down in music history as one of the most revered in McCartney's catalogue.

The Deluxe Edition tracklisting is revealed as follows:

CD 1 - Remastered Album (as listed above)

CD 2 - Bonus Audio
1. Another Day
2. Oh Woman, Oh Why
3. Little Woman Love
4. A Love For You (Jon Kelly Mix)
5. Hey Diddle (Dixon Van Winkle Mix)
6. Great Cock And Seagull Race (Dixon Van Winkle Mix)
7. Rode All Night
8. Sunshine Sometime (Earliest Mix)

CD 3 - Remastered Mono Album
1. Too Many People
2. 3 Legs
3. Ram On
4. Dear Boy
5. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
6. Smile Away
7. Heart Of The Country
8. Monkberry Moon Delight
9. Eat At Home
10. Long Haired Lady
11. Ram On
12. The Back Seat Of My Car

CD 4 - Thrillington - Remastered Album
1. Too Many People
2. 3 Legs
3. Ram On
4. Dear Boy
5. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey
6. Smile Away
7. Heart Of The Country
8. Monkberry Moon Delight
9. Eat At Home
10. Long Haired Lady
11. The Back Seat Of My Car

DVD - Bonus Film
1. Ramming
2. Heart Of The Country
3. 3 Legs
4. Hey Diddle
5. Eat At Home On Tour


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MessagePosté le: Lun Avr 23, 2012 10:27 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant



Other content:
112-page book with 32 page scrapboook, 5 photo prints, wallet including facsimiles of Paul's handwritten lyrics and notes, mini-photographic book of outtakes from the album cover photo shoot, plus digital-only premium membership to paulmccartney.com.
(Digital Membership will only include access to a premium account, the members pack and digital downloads are not included)

RAM, originally released in May of 1971, is the only album to be credited to both Paul and Linda McCartney and was Paul's second post-Beatles LP. It was overshadowed at the time by the drama of the dissolution of The Beatles, as played out in the world's media. The album topped the charts hitting #1 in the UK and #2 in the US. While RAM polarized critics upon its release, music fans and critics alike since have overwhelmingly embraced it, with Rolling Stone, for example, revising their original review up to 4 stars. Recently RAM has enjoyed even further re-appraisal and acknowledgement including a number of tribute albums.

RAM was written by Paul and Linda, mostly at their Scottish farm on the Mull of Kintyre. In the autumn of 1970 they flew to New York to start the recording process. Without a band in place they auditioned and drafted musicians, who included future Wings drummer Denny Seiwell and guitarists David Spinozza and Hugh McCracken.

The band completed the album in early 1971 along with non-album tracks 'Another Day' and 'Oh Woman, Oh Why' which were released together as Paul's first post-Beatles single ahead of the release of RAM and became a Top 5 global hit. The multi-disc editions of the RAM reissue include both songs as bonus tracks. The album also gave Paul his first post-Beatles US number 1 single with 'Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey' and a Grammy win for Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists.

RAM was also issued in mono with alternate mixes, which were only made available to radio stations at the time. This version has gone on to become one of the most sought after McCartney collectables. It will now be commercially available for the first time ever on CD as part of the Deluxe Edition as well as a limited run on vinyl.

1977 saw the release of Thrillington, an instrumental interpretation of RAM, which was originally recorded in 1971 at London's Abbey Road Studios and was arranged by Richard Hewson. It was released under the pseudonym Percy 'Thrills' Thrillington, an unknown eccentric socialite who often cropped up in mysterious newspaper classifieds. In reality Percy was a character devised by Paul and Linda. The idea behind it was simply to have some fun and the concept of doing a full orchestral album was an ambition long held by Paul.

The additional film content features previously unreleased and exclusive content including the brand-new documentary, "Ramming" narrated by Paul, as well as the original music videos for "Heart Of The Country" and "3 Legs".




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MessagePosté le: Lun Avr 23, 2012 7:52 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Ca va faire mal au porte feuilles cette histoire...
Il y aura deux versions pour le LP, en STEREO ou en MONO.
Le coffret dépassera les 100€ mais il faut dire qu'il est attrayant...
Bon, moi qui ne savait pas quoi acheter en Mai, je crois que j'ai trouvé !
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MessagePosté le: Sam Mai 05, 2012 11:17 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Oui, ça fait un paquet de brouzouf mais c'est bien tentant tout ça.

Surtout qu'ils ont mis le paquet pour le coup. C'est le cas de le dire.

Vache. Vraiment fait du bon boulot.







orgeatlechien a écrit:

Il y aura deux versions pour le LP, en STEREO ou en MONO.

Oui, même jusqu'à la version MONO de l'album. MAMAMIAAAAA !!! Shocked



http://store.paulmccartney.com/ram/eur.php

On peut dire que le prix est déjà plus justifié que les précédents.
Une bonne centaine d'euros tout de même.

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MessagePosté le: Mer Mai 16, 2012 3:16 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Tout cela est donc prévu pour le 21 mai prochain.

Et tous formats confondus, je suppose.





The better choice is the two-CD set, which includes the album plus an eight track bonus disc. Both sides of McCartney's debut single, recorded during the RAM sessions, are included, "Another Day" and "Oh Woman, Oh Why." The latter is a relatively little-known rocker with a searing McCartney vocal. "Little Woman Love" became the B-side of the 1972 Wings single "Mary Had a Little Lamb," but was initially recorded during RAM.
Outtakes include the superb "A Love for You" (presented in an entirely different, stripped-down mix than the version available on The In-Laws soundtrack), "Hey Diddle," and the instrumentals "Sunshine Sometime" and "Great Cock and Seagull Race."

The very best reason to get the bonus disc is the previously unreleased, nearly nine minute jam "Rode All Night." This blast of unfiltered rock energy is perhaps the best track to play someone who claims McCartney never really rocked out.
Just Denny Seiwell on drums and McCartney on electric guitar and vocals, "Rode All Night" is an outrageously inventive series of rhythmic variations on a very simple theme. Seiwell alternates between following McCartney's lead and pushing him to new heights. Don't miss this one.

For the hardcore fans, a four-CD/one-DVD box set is available with a 112-page book and additional printed extras (including facsimiles of handwritten lyric sheets, outtakes from the photo cover shoot, and more).
This set isn't cheap, but in addition to the standard album and bonus audio discs, it includes the previously unavailable mono mix of the full album. This version has always been commercially unavailable until now, having been provided only to radio stations back in '71. It isn't a fold-down of the stereo mix, but rather a totally unique mono mix.
The fourth CD is a reissue of Thrillington, an orchestrated instrumental version of RAM, originally issued under the pseudonym Percy "Thrills" Thrillington (which McCartney produced, but didn't play on). My advance promo copy didn't include any of the above extras, so I can't comment.




On peut en écouter déjà des extraits : http://soundcloud.com/paulmccartney/too-many-people/s-qJuCW

http://soundcloud.com/paulmccartney/uncle-albert-admiral-halsey/s-d92X5

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MessagePosté le: Jeu Mai 17, 2012 10:07 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Je l'ai reçu hier et l'ai ouvert ce matin, je confirme, c'est un très joli coffret...
Je n'ai pas eu le temps d'écouter les CD et ne peux pour le moment vous en dire plus sur la qualité du son...
Voici quand même quelques photos de la bête et de ce que contient ce coffret :





































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MessagePosté le: Jeu Mai 17, 2012 10:14 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

WOW !!!

Superbe.

Tu as pu l'avoir avant le 21 ???

En magasin ?
Ou tu l'as commandé sur le net ?

Franchement chouette, ouais.
Impressionnant même.

La grande CLASSE.

Le livret est un véritable book artistique comme ça.
Et puis aussi en une sorte de scratchbook.

Les photos de Linda sont bien mises en valeur.
Elle aurait été contente de voir le résultat.

Avec tous ces petits trucs à part aussi, ça me plait bien.
Un véritable paquet cadeau avec plein de petites surprises.

Bonne pioche, le Paulo.

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MessagePosté le: Dim Juin 03, 2012 2:40 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Paul raconte comment il en est venu à cette idée de packaging très spécial.
Et assez bien réussi, il faut bien dire.

Faut parler anglais bien-sûr...



Magnifique jusqu'au documentaire intitulé RAMMING fait en forme de montage à l'image de la pochette
de l'album et dont voici le preview qui donne une bonne idée de la chose. Parfaitement dans l'esprit
de l'album et de la couleur que Paul voulait lui donner.



Et en parlant de couleurs, on peut dire que ça pète assez bien toutes ces couleurs
au milieu des photos en noir et blanc de Linda et autres où elle apparaît.

Alors autant s'en remettre un p'tit coup mais en un peu plus long, cette fois.

Et puis aussi autant voir ça en grand, tant qu'à faire !





Et puis qui dit RAM dit ...



http://www.whoispercythrillington.com

Une page où chacun peut mettre en ligne sa propre photo en mode Percy.

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MessagePosté le: Dim Juin 03, 2012 4:45 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Ici une pure merveille en belle qualité audio d'un extrait live de 72 où Paul reprend Eat At Home avec les Wings
et illustrée par des images prises à l'époque en super 8 par le batteur Denny Seiwell avec nottamment des vues
du bus sillonnant les routes de France. Regardez lez panneaux avec Avignon, Aix en Provence, Marseille...

On connaissait ces bandes en bootleg mais d'une bien moindre qualité.
Une version de Smile Away de ce même live circule. Excellent aussi.

Tout ça se retrouve dans le coffret.




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MessagePosté le: Dim Juin 03, 2012 5:14 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

La dernière interview de Paul à l'occasion de la ressortie de RAM.
Une interview donné à Paul Draper, membre du groupe Mansun.




Paul McCartney discusses songwriting
and RAM with Mansun's Paul Draper


Last week, Sir Paul McCartney sat down with musician Paul Draper (of DiS heroes Mansun), to discuss songwriting and the re-issue of RAM.

When we were initially asked if Drowned in Sound would like to interview Paul McCartney, we knew that this would have to be done by someone who was not just a fan with an encyclopedic knowledge, but by someone who could provide a unique perspective.

In the weeks leading up to this interview, a few names of candidates came up, but there was one artist that seemed like the perfect choice. Partly because his music had such a profound influence on DiS' readership (for me personally, his album Six helped expand my understanding an appreciation of not just songs but of the possibilities of music). There's the attention to ornate production details, the epic scope of the arrangements, the conceptual ideas... The fact he grew up in Liverpool, wrote a song entitled 'Taxloss' inspired by 'Taxman' and was named "Paul" after one of the Fab Four, it meant that, in the end, there was really only one person DiS could send along to do this. So, when Paul Draper from the band Mansun agreed to take on the task, an in-depth conversation ensued about the art of songcraft, production, inspiration and motivation and more...


Paul Draper: I met you in 2000 at Air Studios, when my band Mansun were recording with Hugh Padgham and we met in the canteen. And we released three albums on Parlophone...

Paul McCartney: Oh, so we’re label mates!

And I’m from Wavertree in Liverpool originally...

As long as you've still got your health, nevermind...

Ha, yeah, that sounds exactly like something my mum would say... ok, so first question... can you remember what you were doing on the day RAM was released first time around?

I can’t really remember, no. Those were "wooly years" [Sir Paul does a half-wink]. I don’t really remember release days. They are kind of important to people in the business, but they are not really that important to artists because you've done your thing, you have mixed it, you’ve done your cover, you’ve chatted to all the people at the label, and then I sort of go off into the sunset. I can’t really remember the day, but I can remember a lot of things about making the album and writing things, but the release day, I can’t remember what that was like.

Can you remember an average day of your life. I believe you spent a lot of time in Scotland.

Yeah, at the beginning of the album, when I was writing it, I spent a lot of time in Scotland, and the average day there would be: get up, have breakfast with the family, then maybe go into my little studio. I always had a little four track studio, which is what The Beatles always used to record on. That’s a real discipline recording on a four track, you’ve either gotta know exactly what you’re doing or you have got to start bouncing tracks. You can imagine, when you get into that, it’s addictive.

On a average day, I could have done that. I could have gone for a horse ride, as Linda was a big horse rider. At some point in the day we would have gone for a horse ride. I might have played with the kids, and they liked to go on horse rides too. Then in the evening, I’d drink whisky, of which there was a large supply in Scotland.

I do remember watching an interview where you said you maybe drank a little bit too much Whisky...

Yeah... no I did, yeah. That was kind of a feature of that time, because what happened was The Beatles, towards the end, was very constricting. You were in a corporate world suddenly, and I’m sure you know all about that. It’s not what you get into music for, but it’s there, it’s a fact of life, especially when you were the label. We were doing Apple, The Beatles 'Apple', and it got very heavy, so me and Linda escaped with the kids, but the business hassles were still there. So I think I was just trying to escape in my own mind. I had the freedom to have just have a drink whenever I fancied it. I'd go into the studio, maybe have another drink and so on. I over did it, basically, I got to a point where Linda had to say ‘look, you should cool it’.

Did you find at that time that you had a structured way of working? When you did McCartney I through to RAM, was that from a backlog of a big wealth of material or did you stop and have a writer’s block and then write a bunch of new material?

Some of it I had from just sitting around my house with my acoustic. Most of them, I would just sit down and write. Having written with John for all those years, we had a kind of system, which was: you just sat with a pad of paper and a pencil, and you sat at your guitar or your piano, and you make a song, and within about three hours, you should have finished the song. That’s how we always did it. So I continued to do it that way.

I remember with some songs, I would go out into the fields if it was a nice day with my guitar, so those would probably be like ‘Heart of the Country’ and the more pastoral efforts. It was mainly just what I’ve always done. Then, if I would have a writer’s block, I look back now and can say that was the over stimulation. I’d be getting like ‘heeyyyy, nice and fuzzy’ and it’s not a good thing to write. Least for me it’s not. Me and John were always very straight when we wrote, and it was normally in the middle of the day when you had your wits about you.

Looking back on it, the writer’s block that I would have occasionally, would just be getting hung up on a phrase. You know, ‘sweet little long-haired lady’, ‘fine little long-haired baby’, and you’d just go on for hours on this one phrase. What I’d do now - and I was just saying this up in Liverpool to some of my ‘songwriter students’ - is that if you ever get a block, just steamroll through it and fix it later.

RAM on!

[Laughs] RAM on! So you get from A to Z. If there’s a big mistake in the middle of it, it doesn’t matter, just don’t get stuck at that mistake. I think I got some writer’s blocks, a bit, around that time, but mainly I would just steam through and write a song, write the lyrics down and just remember them. Then when I’d go off with a band, like I did with RAM in New York, I’d know them all.


La suite : http://drownedinsound.com/in_depth/4145012-paul-mccartney-discusses-songwriting-and-ram-with-mansuns-paul-draper?ticker

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MessagePosté le: Mer Juin 27, 2012 2:53 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

orgeatlechien a écrit:
Je l'ai reçu hier et l'ai ouvert ce matin, je confirme, c'est un très joli coffret...




Tiens, rigolo.


Moi j'ai le... 29018 Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation


Je l'ai eu il y a peu.

Pour mon anniv.



C'est vrai qu'il est particulièrement bien foutu.
Ils ont mis le paquet cette fois.

On peut dire que Paulo aussi a bien réussi son coup.
En photo, c'est déjà bien. Mais une fois dans les mains, c'est encore plus fort.

Absolument rien à voir avec les précédents.
La qualité des photos, du book, le papier utilisé, le packaging global... jusqu'à la pochette pro avec les 4 clichés avec cette incroyable qualité pro, papier glacé, exactement comme si Linda l'avait reçue du labo. Superbe.




Bon maintenant, il y a toujours le prix.
Je ne sais pas si je l'aurais pris mais... comme c'est un cadeau Rolling Eyes

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MessagePosté le: Jeu Juin 28, 2012 1:49 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Filou a écrit:
orgeatlechien a écrit:
Je l'ai reçu hier et l'ai ouvert ce matin, je confirme, c'est un très joli coffret...




Tiens, rigolo.


Moi j'ai le... 29018 Exclamation Exclamation Exclamation


Je l'ai eu il y a peu.

Pour mon anniv.

Filou


...en fait je n'ai plus ce numéro ! En regardant de plus près j'ai remarqué qu'une des photos avait un défaut d'impression, j'ai donc échangé mon coffret contre un autre qui porte le numéro 34 589...
Tient, à propos de cette numérotation, sait on à combien d'exemplaire il est tiré ce coffret ?
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MessagePosté le: Ven Juin 07, 2013 12:50 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

C'est malin Wink


Bon alors, le suivant c'est lequel dans tout ça ?

1 Band On The Run 3 cds 1 dvd
2 McCartney 2 cds 1 dvd
3 McCartney II 3 cds 1 dvd
4 Ram 4 cds 1 dvd
5 Venus & Mars 2 cds 1 dvd
6 Speed Of Sound 2 cds 1 dvd
7 Wings Over America 2 cds 2 dvds
8 Linda McCartney Wide Prairie 2 cds 2 dvds
9 Wild Life 2 cds 2 dvds
10 Red Rose Speedway 2 cds 2 dvds
11 London Town 2 cds 1 dvd
12 Back to the egg 2 cds 1 dvd (probably the Back To The Egg TV Special)
13 Wings Live 1979 (NEW TITLE) 2 cds 1 dvd (Probably Glasgow audio and Hammersmith DVD)
14 Tug Of War 2 cds 1 dvd
15 Pipes Of Peace 2 cds 1 dvd
16 Give my regards to Broad Street 3 cds 2 dvd
17 Press To Play 4 cds 1 dvd
18 Choba B CCCP + Prince's Trust Birthday Party 2 cds 1 dvd
19 McGear / Holly Days / Whippets / Country Hams and Surprises 4 cds
20 Flowers In The Dirt 3 cds 1 dvd
21 Tripping The Live Fantastic 3 cds 2 dvds
22 Unplugged 2 cds 1 dvd
23 Off The Ground 3 cds 2 dvds
24 Paul Is Live 2 cds 2 dvds
25 The Fireman Vol 1 & 2 ( Strawberry + Rusches ) 3 cds 1 dvd
26 Oobu Joobu , liverpool collage, Daumier's Law and crazy stuff 3 cds 1 dvd
27 Flaming Pie 2 cds 2 dvds
28 Run Devil Run 2 cds 1 dvd
29 Driving Rain 2 cds 1 dvd
30 Back In The US / World 3 cds 1 dvd
31 Chaos & Creation in The Back Yard 2 cds 2 dvds
32 Memory Almost Full 2 cds 1 dvd
33 Electric Arguments 3 cds 1 dvd ( reissue )
34 Liverpool Oratorio 3 cds 2 dvds
35 Standing Stone 3 cds 2 dvds
36 Working Classical / A Leaf 2 cds 1 dvd
37 Ecce Cor Meum 2 cds 1 dvd

38 The Studio Outtakes (NEW TITLE) 1970 / 1989 4 cds
39 The Studio Outtakes (NEW TITLE) 1990 / 2014 4 cds
40 The Rude Studio Recordings (NEW TITLE) 1970 / 1997 4 cds
41 The Demos (NEW TITLE) 1960 1979 4 cds
42 The Demos (NEW TITLE) 1980 2016 4 cds



Il semble bien qu'il s'agisse de... Wings Over America !!!.



http://www.paulmccartney.com/web/guest/albums




En attendant, on peut toujours se rabattre sur ces "trucs" fait maison :



http://www.beatlesfannext.com/otbo10.htm

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