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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
McCartney's soundtrack to his poorly received feature film, this album contains rerecordings of Beatles songs and solo tunes, plus the hit single "No More Lonely Nights."
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
McCartney's soundtrack to his poorly received feature film, this album contains rerecordings of Beatles songs and solo tunes, plus the hit single "No More Lonely Nights."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/15/1998
  • Label: Emi Europe Generic
  • UPC: 077778926825
  • Catalog Number: 789268

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Paul McCartney Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Electric Harpsichord
Laurie Lewis Violin
Dave Edmunds Guitar
Ringo Starr Drums
Derek Watkins Horn
Chris Spedding Guitar
Herbie Flowers Bass
Eric Stewart Guitar, Vocals
Jack Armstrong Horn
George Martin Piano
Anne Dudley Synthesizer
John Dean Percussion, Drums
John Paul Jones Bass
Stan Sulzmann Horn, Vocals
Victor Ash Tenor Saxophone
John Barclay Horn, Vocals
Trevor Barstow Keyboards
Jeffrey Bryant Horn
Allan Donney Horn
Stuart Elliott Drums
Thomas Ferguson Horn
Eric Ford Guitar
Tony Gilbert Violin
David Gilmour Guitar
Derek Grossmith Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Patrick Halling Violin
Bobby Haughey Trumpet
Jerry Hey Horn
Louis Johnson Bass
Phil Jones Horn
Raymond Keenlyside Violin
Jody Linscott Percussion
Charles Loper Horn
Steve Lukather Guitar, Vocals
Henry MacKenzie Horn
Dave Mattacks Drums
Linda McCartney Piano, Keyboards, Vocals
Eddie Mordue Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone
Dick Morrissey Saxophone
Jeff Porcaro Drums
Thomas Pergerson Horn
Chris Pyne Horn, Vocals
Doug Robinson Horn
Ray Swinfield Horn
Tommy Whittle Horn
Rev. Dan Willis Horn, Vocals
Dave Willis Horn
David Wills Horn
Chris Smith Trombone
Lawrence Williams Horn
Gerry Butler Piano
Jeff Bryant French Horn
Larry Williams Horn
Philip Jones Brass Ensemble
Technical Credits
John Lennon Composer
Paul McCartney Arranger, Composer, Instrumentation
George Martin Arranger, Producer
Geoff Emerick Engineer
John Kelly Engineer
Kenneth Sillito Orchestra Leader
Roger Huggett Cover Coordinator
Terry O'Neill Cover Photo, Inlay Photography
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    This is not necessarily Paul's most thrilling album ever, as most of the material on the album is on other, better albums, and does not vary from its original counterparts. Given this, I would pay for this album simply to hear the middle eight of "No Values"--probably my favourite song fragment of all time.

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