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MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:10 am
by Kev
COVERMOUNT CD: MERSEY PARADISE 14 classics of Liverpudlian pop and rock, including tracks by Deaf School, The Coral, OMD, The La’s and The Liverpool Scene.

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Re: MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 12:29 pm
by Tony
Seems a good issue! Wonder what the La's track is? If I see it in the shops I'll have a look see...

Re: MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 7:24 pm
by Syl
https://www.discogs.com/Various-Mersey-Paradise-Mojo-Presents-The-Fab-Sound-Of-Liverpool/release/12400473

CD Tracklist - MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY OCTOBER 2018

01 Pete Wylie - Is That What Love Is All About? 4:15
02 Half Man Half Biscuit - Every Time A Bell Rings 5:06
03 The Wild Swans - Liquid Mercury 2:58
04 The Coral - Eyes Of The Moon 2:48
05 Deaf School - What A Way To End It All 2:58
06 Clinic - The Return Of Evil Bill 2:53
07 Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - The Punishment Of Luxury 3:25
08 Kathryn Williams - Heart Shaped Stone 3:36
09 Michael Head & The Red Elastic Band - Lucinda Byre 4:21
10 Mike Hart - Almost Liverpool 8 4:45
11 The La's - Callin' All 4:13
12 The Stairs - Weed Bus 2:20
13 Big Hard Excellent Fish - Imperfect List 5:29
14 Liverpool Scene - The Entry Of Christ Into Liverpool 7:49

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Nice choice, delighted Callin' All was chosen, over something more predictable, well known.

Re: MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:18 pm
by jcalz216
I'm guessing that's the demo version. It's the only version I know of that's that long.

Re: MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:19 pm
by jcalz216
The Picket version's my favorite, incidentally.

Re: MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 11:19 pm
by Tony
That's a good choice especially as it's not on the LP, it'll be the Lost La's version from the Attic, aye, as its on iTunes and the site Syl linked to says the track times are from iTunes.

I believe the Picket version starts with the aaaah vocals, it isn't that duration; the Attic just guitar.

Interesting, that Discogs says the drummer for that era was Barry Walsh, who was also on the Breakloose release. (And the '86 demos such as IOU had Tony Clarke, Freedom Song had Paul Rhodes - Lee was going through drummers already!)

Re: MOJO #299 PAUL MCCARTNEY - OCTOBER 2018

PostPosted: Thu Sep 20, 2018 2:19 pm
by da capo
Aye, the Picket version is ace. Although my preferred version is from the BBC Sessions with the full band and harmonies in place. I do wish it had been done properly in the studio with the monk vocals and all though...