viernes, 10 de octubre de 2014

Unsurpassed Rudeness [Paul McCartney]

Un bootleg de un sello que venia a sustituir a otro del mismo color. Nada más que ahora es puro humo.

Con tomas alternas y básicas de "Tug Of War" y "Pipes Of Peace" este primer compilado de Yellow Fog.

Información de "Eight Arms To Hold You" de Chip Madinger y Mark Easter:

"Ahora que ayudase a Ringo en el intento de resucitar su carrera, era tiempo para Paul de mover las piezas para si mismo. Con la "aparente" ayuda de Denny Laine en algunas de las canciones, el puso algunas de los demos para un nuevo proyecto en LP que le reuniría con George Martin. Una compilación de demos en Agosto de 1980 preparada por George consistía en viejo y nuevo material a considerar para el proyecto venidero del LP. El orden a seguir en la cinta era el siguiente: "Seems Like Old Times", "Ballroom Dancing", "Take It Away", "Turkey And Peacock" (al parecer una version temprana de "Peacocks"), "It's As Simple As That (Tremolo Cello)", "Robber Riff", "We All Stand Together", "Stiff Tracks" (más conocida como "Boil Crisis" y "Give Us A Chord, Roy" que se parecen mucho a las melodias de Stiff Records en ese momento), "Keep Under Cover", "Average Person", "Unbelievable Experience", "Stop, You Don't Know Where She Came From", "Wanderlust" y "Ebony And Ivory". Mientras algunas de las canciones ("Take It Away", "Ballroom Dancing") eran particularmente fuertes, algunas de las melodias que Paul presento ("The Unbelievable Experience", "Boil Crisis") fueron lo suficientemente malas como para que George le dijera a Paul a deshacerse de ellas y escribir más; es lo que hizo. Sin embargo, en 1987, una cinta de excelente calidad con algo de este material fue lanzada en bootleg como "Rude Studio Demos" (una versión en CD fue distribuida en 1989 a partir de la misma cinta). En 1995, extractos de algunas pistas fueron transmitidas en algunos episodios de "Oobu Joobu", y a pesar de ser superiores en calidad contra las pirateadas versiones, todo lo mostrado estaba incompleto."
Info from 'Eight Arms To Hold You' by Chip Madinger and Mark Easter:

"Now that he had helped Ringo attempt to resuscitate his recording career, it was time for Paul to figure out the next move of his own. With the (apparent) help of Denny Laine on some of the songs, he laid down several demos for a projected new LP project that would reunite him with George Martin. An August 1980 compilation of demos prepared for George consisted of old and new material for consideration for the upcoming LP project. The running order of the tape was as follows: 'Seems Like Old Times', 'Ballroom Dancing', 'Take It Away', 'Turkey And Peacock' (perhaps an early version of 'Peacocks'), 'It's As Simple As That (Tremolo Cello)'. 'Robber Riff', 'We All Stand Together', 'Stiff Tracks' (most likely 'Boil Crisis' and 'Give Us A Chord, Roy' which were very much like the tunes being released by Stiff Records at the time), 'Keep Under Cover', 'Average Person', 'Unbelievable Experience', 'Stop, You Don't Know Where She Came From', 'Wanderlust' and 'Ebony And Ivory'. While some of the songs ('Take It Away', 'Ballroom Dancing') were particulary strong, some of the tunes Paul submitted ('The Unbelievable Experience', 'Boil Crisis') were bad enough to force George to tell Paul to scrap them and write more; this he did. However, in 1987, an excellent quality tape of some of this material was released on bootleg as 'Rude Studio Demos' (a CD version was issued in 1989 from the same tape). In 1995, excerpts of several of the tracks were aired on various episodes of 'Oobu Joobu', and although they were in superior quality to the bootlegged versions, all of the airings were incomplete."


Bootleg 
Yellow Fog | YF 001 | 2007
AAC | 320 Kbps | 132 MB | pass: mujubox
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