Ads for a nearly-forgotten Paul McCartney-produced Buddy Holly covers LP by Wings mainstay Denny Laine. Paul and Linda back Denny throughout and there are plenty of odd production choices and arrangements in its half hour runtime. Good stuff if you can locate a copy. Just ignore its hideous sleeve. 1977.
Ridiculous light-up cube that came with initial copies of Paul McCartney’s most recent LP if purchased at the FYE chain of record stores. While supplies lasted, I’m sure. 2013.
Life mask of Paul McCartney.
Came across these on eBay. Post cards from Paul and Linda McCartney. 1980-81.
Cold Cuts (Another Early Version). Paul McCartney and Wings. 1987.
West German pressing of the oft-floated but never-realized odds and sods collection that Paul McCartney seems to have fussed over endlessly in the early 80s but never got around to actually putting out. As the parenthetical part of the title suggests, there are a number of different versions of this comp floating around. This one opens its second side with an 11 minute version of Linda’s Wide Prairie. It’s worth seeking out if that’s your thing.
Italian Another Day.
Front, rear and record label of Japanese Another Day.
Japanese lyric sheet.
Weird home-made picture sleeve consisting of two ads for the single cut out of a UK music weekly and pasted together. Another Day folk art bought on eBay.
Front and rear of Portuguese Another Day.
Front and back of the French Another Day.
Belgium Another Day.
Front and rear of the Israeli Another Day (which is more or less the same).
German Another Day.
Record Store Day release. 2012.
For the McCartney completist, here’s a interview LP issued to American radio stations to promote Wings‘ Band on the Run album. Below is the first page of the script that was included so radio DJs knew which tame questions to ask Paul and Linda. The disc also includes a handful of tracks from the album all in exceptionally poor sound. I think the mix of Helen Wheels might be slightly different from the normal one though so there’s that, I guess. 1973.