Paul McCartney To Release Box Set Featuring Three Iconic Solo Albums

Paul McCartney To Release Box Set Featuring Three Iconic Solo Albums

A special boxset featuring Paul McCartney‘s three eponymous career-spanning solo albums will be released on August 5.

All the three LPs – 1970’s McCartney, 1980’s McCartney II, and 2020’s McCartney III – were written, performed, and produced entirely by the legendary Beatles singer.

The McCartney I II III box set will be available in three different formats – Limited Edition Colour Vinyl, Black Vinyl Edition, and CD – each including three special photo prints with notes from the Beatle.

Each album demonstrates McCartney’s restless creativity and adventurous artistic spirit. McCartney, the Number One Album was his first solo album released in 1970 and features timeless tracks “Every Night” and “Junk,” along with the immortal classic “Maybe I’m Amazed.”

Taking a fresh approach to things, McCartney wrote, performed, and produced the avant-garde masterpiece McCartney II, which reached No.1 in the UK, producing such classics as “Coming Up,” “Waterfalls,” and “Temporary Secretary.”

An intimate and loose record featuring “Find My Way” and the now live favorite “Women and Wives,” McCartney III features Paul’s melodic gift at its forefront throughout. Upon release, McCartney III charted at No. 1 on the UK’s Official Album Charts and Billboard‘s Top Album Sales Chart.

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