Re-packaging and Re-releasing Vintage McCartney Solo Material
|By Mike Kovacich
When Paul McCartney parted ways with EMI in 2007 after a 45-year partnership and opted to release his new albums elsewhere, the existing vast catalog of solo material remained with EMI. That is no longer the case as McCartney has decided to end all ties with EMI and move his entire collection of solo material to a smaller label, One Little Indian, giving them the rights to repackage and rerelease some of his most prized records.
The London-based label last year released Electric Arguments, the third album from his experimental project The Fireman, a collaboration with producer YOUTH.
“He’s really enjoyed working with One Little Indian on his Fireman project, so didn’t think twice about giving them the responsibility of handling his solo catalogue too.”
Last Updated: 06/11/09 13:27