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Paul McCartney - New Moon Over Macca Vol. 2

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Scan submitted/created by [aral2]
Publisher: Madman
Reference :MM-1004-2
Date :2001
Made In :2001
Quality :EXCELLENT
Booklet & packaging :Madman
Total duration:

Comments
VOLUME 2


1. Say, Say, Say (12” John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez Mix)
This version, along with a 7 minute instrumental version, were issued in the UK and the US on a 12” single. Never officially released on CD.

2. Do They Know It’s Christmas (12” Remix)
Paul had originally taped a spoken message. On the 7” version, Paul’s message (along with lots of others) was used for the B –side over an instrumental version of the track – the whole thing called “Feed The World”. The messages were also used in the mix of the A-side song on the 12” version (UK & US).

3. My Carnival (Party Mix)
Recorded in 1975 (with many overdubs later), it was officially released 10 years later as the B-side to “Spies Like Us”. The 12” version was a mix done by Gary Langan called the “Party Mix”. Never officially released on CD.

4. Press (“Video Edit”)
The story of the “Press” remixes is a convoluted one not just because of the number or versions available (6 official and 1 on bootleg) but because label timing and details are often wrong. All US vinyl albums of Press To Play, the CD releases and the original UK vinyl album had the standard Bert Bevans and Steve Forward mix. The “Video Edit” chops out 3 segments from this standard version to end up with a version of 3’35”. Was available on a European compilation CD at one time.

5. Press (Hugh Padham mix)
There are 2 versions of this mix available : the longer one from the 10” UK release (and the 2nd UK album pressing) and the shorter version (fades out earlier) from the 1st issue UK 7”. The version here is the longer one.

6. Press (Video Soundtrack)
Although the 2nd issue of the UK 12” stated on the cover that it was the “Video Soundtrack”, in fact the track on the record was the standard one. In fact the only difference between the 1st issue and 2nd issue 12” (UK) is the cover. So this track is the same as the one found on the “Press To Play” CD – though here it fades a little earlier to avoid the surface noise of the 12”.

7. Press (12” Dub Mix)
A second mix by Bevans and Forward available as an extra track on the 12” issues. Mostly instrumental.

8. Pretty Little Head (7” Mix)
Remix by Larry Alexander. Available on UK 7” single and on US Promo (SPRO 9928). On the latter it was called the “Rock Radio Remix”.

9. Pretty Little Head (12” Extended version)
John “Tokes” Potoker remix from UK 12” single. At the wrong speed on “New Moon” – runs too fast so that although the whole of the 6’56” are on the track plays it all in 6’44”.

10. Angry (12” Remix)
From the b-side of the 12” UK issue of “Pretty Little Head”. Also on B-side of “Stranglehold” US single and on promo. On the later it was called the “Rock Radio Remix”.

11. Seaside Woman (1986 Remix)
From the 7” issue in 1986

12. B-Side To Seaside (1986 Remix)
From the 7” issue in 1986

13. Seaside Woman (1986 Extended Remix)
From the 12” issue in 1986

14. B-Side To Seaside (1986 Extended Remix)
From the 12” issue in 1986

15. Only Love Remain (7” Remix)
From the 12” UK release. The album version with new overdubs (saxophone & keyboards).




Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
Say Say Say(McCartney/Jackson)
5:36
Song
12' John ‘Jellybean’ Benitez Mix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
This version, along with a 7 minute instrumental version, were issued in the UK and the US on a 12” single. Never officially released on CD.
2.
Do They Know It's Christmas?(Geldof/Ure)
6:11
Song
12” Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
Paul had originally taped a spoken message. On the 7” version, Paul’s message (along with lots of others) was used for the B –side over an instrumental version of the track – the whole thing called “Feed The World”. The messages were also used in the mix of the A-side song on the 12” version (UK & US).
3.
My Carnival(McCartney)
5:58
Song
Party Mix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
Recorded in 1975 (with many overdubs later), it was officially released 10 years later as the B-side to “Spies Like Us”. The 12” version was a mix done by Gary Langan called the “Party Mix”. Never officially released on CD.
4.
Press(McCartney)
3:37
Song
Video Edit
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
The story of the “Press” remixes is a convoluted one not just because of the number or versions available (6 official and 1 on bootleg) but because label timing and details are often wrong. All US vinyl albums of Press To Play, the CD releases and the original UK vinyl album had the standard Bert Bevans and Steve Forward mix. The “Video Edit” chops out 3 segments from this standard version to end up with a version of 3’35”. Was available on a European compilation CD at one time.
5.
Press(McCartney)
4:22
Song
Hugh Padham Mix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
There are 2 versions of this mix available : the longer one from the 10” UK release (and the 2nd UK album pressing) and the shorter version (fades out earlier) from the 1st issue UK 7”. The version here is the longer one.
6.
Press(McCartney)
4:37
Song
Video Soundtrack
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
Although the 2nd issue of the UK 12” stated on the cover that it was the “Video Soundtrack”, in fact the track on the record was the standard one. In fact the only difference between the 1st issue and 2nd issue 12” (UK) is the cover. So this track is the same as the one found on the
7.
Press(McCartney)
6:18
Song
12' Dub Mix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
A second mix by Bevans and Forward available as an extra track on the 12” issues. Mostly instrumental.
8.
Pretty Little Head(McCartney/Stewart)
3:47
Song
7' Mix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
Remix by Larry Alexander. Available on UK 7” single and on US Promo (SPRO 9928). On the latter it was called the “Rock Radio Remix”.
9.
Pretty Little Head(McCartney/Stewart)
6:45
Song
12' Extended Ver
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
John “Tokes” Potoker remix from UK 12” single. At the wrong speed on “New Moon” – runs too fast so that although the whole of the 6’56” are on the track plays it all in 6’44”.
10.
Angry(McCartney/Stewart)
3:23
Song
12' Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
From the b-side of the 12” UK issue of “Pretty Little Head”. Also on B-side of “Stranglehold” US single and on promo. On the later it was called the “Rock Radio Remix”.
11.
Seaside Woman(McCartney)
3:38
Song
1986 Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
From the 7” issue in 1986
12.
B Side To Seaside(McCartney)
3:26
Song
1986 Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
From the 7” issue in 1986
13.
Seaside Woman(McCartney)
5:19
Song
1986 Extended Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
From the 12” issue in 1986
14.
B Side To Seaside(McCartney)
4:40
Song
1986 Extended Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
From the 12” issue in 1986
15.
Only Love Remains(McCartney)
4:09
Song
7' Remix
(date unknown)
Paul McCartney
From the 12” UK release. The album version with new overdubs (saxophone & keyboards).
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
Other type of track Other


Reviews

Review by: alessandromarinhoOn 17 Feb 2002 at 04:33 CEST
Cool, cool, cool !!!!! All the ultra rare versions of ''Press'' are finally together here for your own delight....))))Plus, some never-released-on-CD-before-tracks, AWESOME !
Review by: VadimOn 31 Dec 2002 at 08:30 CEST
SUPER!!! no words...
Review by: beatlescollectorOn 17 Feb 2005 at 15:55 CEST
That's wrong - the "muddy" Press remix that was mistakenly released on the mispressed German 7'' single (which was rejected) is missing here!


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Filename: Madman-1004-2
Originally filled by: alessandromarinho
Date of creation: 28 Jan 2002 00:38:16
Last filled by: alessandromarinho
Last Revision Date : 08 Mar 2002 06:38:08
Online on : 05 Mar 2002
Type of media: Bootleg CD


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