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Paul McCartney's Jukebox

  • 1. Fascinating Rhythm - Fred Astaire
    2. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley
    3. Midnight Special - Lonnie Donegan
    4. Twenty Flight Rock - Eddie Cochran
    5. Be-Bop-a-Lula - Gene Vincent
    6. Little Richard - Little Richard
    7. Searchin' - The Coasters
    8. That'll Be the Day - Buddy Holly
    9. Clarabella - The Jodimars
    10. Sweet Little Sixteen - Chuck Berry
    11. Hippy Hippy Shake - Chan Romero
    12. Money (That's What I Want) - Barrett Strong
    13. Till There Was You - Sue Raney
    14. Matchbox - Carl Perkins
    15. Kansas City - Wilbert Harrison
    16. Indeterminacy [Extract] - John Cage/David Tudor
    17. Good Vibrations - The Beach Boys
    18. A Supermarket In California - Allen Ginsberg
    19. Love is Strange - Mickey & Silvia
    20. Blue Moon of Kentucky - Bill Monroe
    21. Cathy's Clown - The Everly Brothers
    22. Crackin' Up - Bo Diddley
    23. Don't Get Around Much Anyore - Duke Ellington/Ella Fitzgerald
    24. I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Some Day - Fats Domino
    25. Honey Hush - Johnny Burnette
    26. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Lloyd Price
    27. Dog - Lawrence Ferlinghetti
    28. She Said Yeah - Larry Williams
    29. Lonesome Town - Rick Nelson
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CDCD 5070

  • Credits

    Paul McCartney has always been a musical sponge, both during his time with the Beatles and beyond, and tracking down his diverse compositional influences, which range from early rock & roll artists to jazz vocalists, Broadway composers, skiffle bands, classical orchestras and quartets, the avant-garde, and even beat poets and their poetry, would be a monumental task. This 29-track playlist just scratches the surface of what may have influenced McCartney at any one time or another in his career, and while it's fun to think of it that way, any collection that includes Buddy Holly's "That'll Be the Day," Brian Wilson's "Good Vibrations," Fred Astaire's "Fascinating Rhythm," Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen," and the Everly Brothers' "Cathy's Clown," along with Lawrence Ferlinghetti reading his poem "Dog" and Allen Ginsberg reading his poem "A Supermarket in California," is going to be a varied and interesting playlist under its own merits even without the McCartney connection. ~ Steve Leggett

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