Paul McCartney – Somebody Who Cares (1982)

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“After a lot of albums of variable quality, McCartney got it together on 1982’s Tug Of War. He teams up for the first time after the Beatles with George Martin as producer on an album. Success! The album is also the first since Lennon’s death and it is as if Paul has to prove something. They succeeded and the album is one of the most complete of the entire solo career. Carl Perkins and Stevie Wonder have guest appearances. Incidentally, the album is one of the first records in my own [gigantic, ed.] record collection and is a soundtrack for a period of my childhood. ” – Tim Christensen




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