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Paul McCartney, Tug Of War

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1533575

Disk length: 41m 12s (12 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 1982

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. Paul McCartney-Tug Of War-01-Tug Of War/Take It Away 4:22
2. Take It Away 4:16
3. Somebody Who Cares 3:19
4. What's That You're Doing? 6:22
5. Here Today 2:28
6. Ballroom Dancing 4:08
7. The Pound Is Sinking 2:55
8. Wanderlust 3:49
9. Paul McCartney-Tug Of War-09-Get It/Be What You See (Link)/Dress Me Up As A Robber 2:28
10. Be What You See (Link) 0:33
11. Dress Me Up As A Robber 2:42
12. Ebony And Ivory 3:42

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Jolted by John Lennon's murder in 1980, McCartney mostly kept mum on the subject until 1982's Tug of War, which contained "Here Today," a belated admission of love for his old chum, who McCartney says would have probably laughed it off were he still alive. George Martin's production makes this McCartney's most unabashedly Beatlesque effort. Rockabilly legend Carl Perkins stops by for a cameo, while Stevie Wonder appears on two songs, the funky "What's That You're Doing" and the simplistic (but massively successful) hit single "Ebony and Ivory." --Daniel Durchholz

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Tug Of War

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 41m 12s

Tug Of War

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 41m 12s

Tug Of War

Tracks: 12, Disk length: 41m 12s

Tug Of War

Tracks: 15 (+3 tracks), Disk length: 53m 24s (+12m 12s)

Tug Of War

Tracks: 15 (+3 tracks), Disk length: 56m 23s (+15m 11s)

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