I do agree with that! Raindrops and About You.
I think Maestri09 means Macca has never done (with the exception of Run Devil Run, a very 'old-school' album) a high-octane hard-rockin album from start-to-finish. I think every McCartney album has some "rock" tracks on it, he kinda does a little bit of everything. Yet, his influence on modern rock musicians is profound.
I think, the only other bassist around today who has any other kind of influence on other players would be someone like Flea. But it is interesting, you ask any rock bass player who their all-time fave is, and if they don't answer Flea or Les Claypool from Primus, it will be Macca. I think that easily legitimises him as an influential rock musician.
And remember, nobody truly took notice of Macca's bass-playing talents until 1966 when they mixed the bass in Paperback Writer and Rain nicely up to the forefront of the recording. From that point on, everybody sure stood up and took notice.
If you look at it from the other side of the coin, not many full-on "rock" bands ever have rock-from-start-to-finish either. Even the most hard-edged rockers have to have a pussy-ass ballad or something acoustic on it. I had a conversation with a friend about this once, that it is hard to think of an album that is rockin from a-z without missing a beat. The only recent example we could think of is 'The Sickness' by Disturbed.
I needed comfort of love just to get me some piece of mind.. wo-oh