Ram [4CD/1DVD Deluxe Book Box Set]

Ram [4CD/1DVD Deluxe Book Box Set]

by Paul McCartney
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CD(Special Edition / Bonus DVD)

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Ram 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been a fan of this album since it was first released in 1971. The remastering brings elements of the recording much more to the front. I am hearing things that did not seem present on the original release. Buy this & listen to it with a good headset. You won't be sorry!
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
Let's face it, some (post Beatles) Paul McCartney albums are great and some stink. Ram is closer to the great end of the spectrum and the addition of the "Another Day" single (A and B sides) makes this CD much better (I highly recommend the Bonus Tracks CD over the non bonus CD - but this bonus tracks CD can be found cheaper than this). Ram is hardly an essential Rock classic but it is one of Paul's more enjoyable efforts.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This record is as good as any non-Beatle album gets(the four of them together were simply magic). Pompous reviewers (like Mr. Erlewine) that claim most of this album is filler (like all Paul's work of course) are brain dead cretins. Monkberry Moon Delight, Too Many People, Heart of the Country and the other filler on this record all have an incredible energy and groove. If you're open minded, appreciate imaginative melodic rock and roll and are not locked into one-dimensional musicians like Bruce Springsteen (drones), Dave Mathews (wails), Metallica (makes loud noises), Madonna (talentless), Ozzy (wasted), the Dead (stoned), etc.., buy this album. Don't believe the McCartney critics that refuse to recognize his incredible playing, singing and songwriting talents.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of his best albums, ever! I loved it when it first came out and still do!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'd just listened to this album recently and I think it is among one of his best early solo albums, next to McCartney and Band on the Run (although that's Wings). After thirty-two years, it's still fresh and fun.