Paul McCartney

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Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney performing at the Linda McCartney tribute concert, April 10, 1999, London, England.
Band On The Run (1973) and Flaming Pie (1997) are included in Elvis Costello's "500 Albums You Need" (Vanity Fair, November 2000).

Member of The Beatles and Wings


Bass on:

Veronica(1989, Spike)
...This Town...(1989, Spike)


Co-songwriter with Elvis Costello:

Back On My Feet(1987, b-side of Once Upon A Long Ago)
My Brave Face(1989, Flowers In The Dirt)
You Want Her Too(1989, Flowers In The Dirt)
Don't Be Careless Love(1989, Flowers In The Dirt)
That Day Is Done(1989, Flowers In The Dirt)   (McCartney version)
     (1997, I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray)   (Costello / Fairfield Four version)
Pads, Paws And Claws(1989, Spike)
Veronica(1989, Spike)
So Like Candy(1991, Mighty Like A Rose)
Playboy To A Man(1991, Mighty Like A Rose)
Mistress And Maid(1993, Off The Ground)   (McCartney version)
     (2001, All This Useless Beauty (Deluxe Edition))   (Costello demo)
The Lovers That Never Were(1993, Off The Ground)
Shallow Grave(1996, All This Useless Beauty)
Tommy's Coming Home(2017, Flowers In The Dirt reissue)
Twenty Fine Fingers(2017, Flowers In The Dirt reissue)
I Don't Want To Confess(2017, Flowers In The Dirt reissue)


Performed with Elvis Costello:

1995-03-23, London, England - benefit for the Royal College Of Music
1999-04-10, London, England - Linda McCartney tribute concert


Co-songwriter (with John Lennon) on:

Songwriter and original performer:

Junk

Co-songwriter (with Linda McCartney) on:

Warm And Beautiful
Let Me Roll It


Father of Mary McCartney


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