Album · 2012 · 16 Songs. Coming Up (In the Style of Paul McCartney). 4. No More Lonely Nights (In the Style of Paul McCartney). 5. Jet (In the Style of Paul McCartney). 6. Maybe I'm Amazed (In the Style of Paul McCartney). 7. We All Stand Together (In the Style of Paul McCartney & The Frog Chorus).
The Songs Lennon and McCartney Gave Away was a conceptual compilation album containing the original artist recordings of songs composed by John Lennon and Paul McCartney in the 1960s that they had elected not to release as Beatles songs. The album was released in the UK in 1979. With the exception of "I'm the Greatest", a Ringo Starr album track written for him by John Lennon in 1973, all songs were recorded and released as singles during the active Beatles years in the 1960s.
Lennon–McCartney songs that the Beatles deemed unsuitable for the group at the outset and did not even attempt to record themselves. Songs that had been intentionally written for other artists. In the earliest days of their songwriting partnership, Lennon and McCartney expressed a desire to emulate the success of composing duos such as Goffin & King and Leiber & Stoller in having their compositions recorded by other artists, so this was an aspect of the songwriting craft that they were interested in pursuing
John Lennon (1940–1980) was an English musician who gained prominence as a member of the Beatles. His songwriting partnership with bandmate Paul McCartney was one of the most celebrated in music history. After their break-up, Lennon recorded over 150 songs as a solo artist. Between 1968 and 1969, Lennon released three avant-garde experimental albums with wife Yoko Ono, as well as a live album and two singles, "Give Peace a Chance" and "Cold Turkey", with the Plastic Ono Band.
McCartney recorded his album during a period of depression and confusion, following John Lennon's private announcement in September 1969 that he was leaving the Beatles, and the conflict over its release further estranged McCartney from his bandmates. A press release in the form of a self-interview, supplied with UK promotional copies of McCartney, led to the announcement of the group's break-up on 10 April 1970. Reflecting the sequencing on the album, the second and third songs McCartney taped were "That Would Be Something", also written in Scotland, and the instrumental "Valentine Day" .
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