The six tracks i have heard so far actually are more than promising
New-That one of us have heard and most of us like
Save me-performed live. The studio version has a more layered, rather cool production . A great first track and a fast paced yet melodic rocker with some nice twists and a great baseline
Everybody out here-also performed live. Yhe studioversion rather similar but of course more produced and a nice chanting with Maccas voice a bit processed on top in the chorus. In the end Macca screams Can anybody hear me. In my opinion a brilliant song
I can bet-now we are talking really great Macca power ppo/rock with very modern beats combined with a vintage syntsolo with great vocals, instant chorus and one amazing middleweight. End with some pshycedelic sounds where i think i can hear something of Out of sight to. Brilliant stuff sort of mixture between modern, Wings and Beatles.
Quennie Eye- a rather unique track that has some clear Beatles, Lennon, Walrus touches. Rather heavy but fun and the same time. Grows after repeated listening
Early Days- Frankly one of the best tracks I have ever heard from Paul. Acoustic with some snare drums, vocals effect, sparse but at the same time big production. A folky melody that after a few listenings for me has grown into a real melodic diamond. Maccas vocals are a bit rough and he sounds the 71 years he is. According to an interview Paul wanted to record a "better" take than this one apparently the first take. Producer voted for this take because it has a certain vulnerability that resonates great to the meaning of the song. We should be grateful for that sound.The lyrics look backs on the early days in Liverpool and also point a finger for the people who claim to remember when they were not there. A sining diamond of a song this is.