But, honestly there's never been enough of this kind of stuff from him for me. I could never get tired of the malarkey and unique rhythms that Paul enjoyed with expanding pop music. A strangely reggae calypso thing, this Wings-in-disguise debut has tight beats and a well placed snare. It's syncopated funkiness is undeniable, and I'm hard pressed to say it was trying to fit into any particular pop market. It is rumored to be recorded during 72-74. Hats off to Paul and wife Linda McCartney for once again going against the mainstream, yet keeping it playful and entertaining. Is that Paul slightly rapping on it at various points? Pressed on 'red' vinyl promo and delivered straight from the soundboutique vaults just for you.
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