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This One - Paul McCartney - Flowers In The Dirt (CD, Album)

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  1. Mar 28,  · McCartney designed Flowers in the Dirt to be taken out on the road in his first international tour in over a decade and while that in itself would’ve been a /
  2. "This One" is a single from Paul McCartney's album, Flowers in the Dirt. The song reached number 18 on the UK singles chart. It also reached number 8 on the Ö3 Austria Top 40 in Austria, number 31 in the Dutch Top 40 in the Netherlands, number 40 on the Media Control Charts in Germany and number 14 in Japan. The single includes two songs recorded during the sessions for CHOBA B .
  3. Mar 24,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Flowers In The Dirt on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - B,UMe - B,MPL (2) - B • Series: Paul McCartney Archive Collection • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered 2x, CD Compilation DVD All Media Deluxe Edition, Numbered • Country: UK, Europe /5(47).
  4. Each album contains a treasure or two amongst a collection of ok material. This album grew on me the more I listened and has a number of really good McCartney tracks. I love The Beatles, I like Paul McCartney, this might be one of my favourite solo albums, and probably the best he's done in /5().
  5. "Flowers In The Dirt" brings back such great memories. It was Paul McCartney's best album since "Tug Of War" (7 years earlier) - and it prompted his first American tour since ! This package is chock-full of Paul's most inventive songs - "My Brave Face," "Figure Of Eight," "This One," "Put It There" - .
  6. One of the most critically acclaimed albums of the eighties, nominated for both BRIT and Grammy Awards, Flowers In The Dirt saw Paul McCartney team up with Elvis Costello to cowrite a third of the album ('My Brave Face', 'You Want Her Too', 'Don't Be Careless Love' and 'That Day is Done') as well as boasting production credits from producers such as Mitchell Froom, Trevor Horn, David Foster /5().
  7. Paul McCartney ‎– Flowers In The Dirt. The material included in this album was recorded from 1 October to 12 January at The Mill, AIR Studios, Olympic Studios, Metropolis Studios and Island Studios in London and at Sunsest Sound Factory and Mad Hatter Studios in Los Angeles.
  8. album notes. Mixing technology with traditional instruments such as brass, strings and organ, Flowers In The Dirt featured several tracks composed with fellow musician Elvis Costello. The album – seen by many as a strong return to form – also featured musicians that Paul would come to use regularly like Hamish Stuart, Robbie McIntosh and Chris Whitten, and production from the likes of Trevor Horn, Mitchell Froom and Steve Lipson.

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