MULTI-ALBUM ROLLOUT BEGINS WITH AUGUST RELEASE
OF '73 CLASSIC BAND ON THE RUN
FEATURING REMASTERED AUDIO, ENHANCED PACKAGING AND RARE
Paul McCartney’s MPL and
Concord Music Group have announced an agreement to globally market and distribute McCartney’s solo and Wings catalog. The announcement coincides with the 40th anniversary of McCartney, his first solo album released April, 1970.
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This exclusive global arrangement, will cover both physical and digital distribution of McCartney’s post-Beatles catalog including landmark solo albums such as McCartney, Ram, McCartney II, Tug Of War, Pipes of
Peace, Give My Regards To Broad Street, Press To Play, Flowers in the Dirt, Off the Ground, Flaming Pie, Driving Rain,
Chaos and Creation in the Backyard, Memory Almost Full, and Good Evening New York City. The classic Wings
albums include Wildlife, Red Rose Speedway, Band On The Run, Venus and Mars, Wings At The Speed of Sound,
Wings Over America, London Town and Back To The Egg. The reissue campaign also includes albums recorded under the McCartney pseudonyms Percy "Thrills" Thrillington, The
Fireman and Twin Freaks.
McCartney fans can look forward to an ambitious and rewarding reissue program beginning in August with
Band On The Run, which will be available in a variety of configurations, including a special collector’s multi-disc edition with remastered audio, enhanced packaging and rare bonus content.
"Since the release of Memory Almost Full in 2007 I've had a good working relationship with Concord and enjoyed our mutual love of music,” states McCartney. “I'm looking forward to continuing this relationship with the new catalog campaign. I'm always looking for new ways and opportunities to get my music to people and Concord share this passion."
"Working with Paul McCartney, the MPL team and this tremendous catalog is an unbelievable honor,” stated Glen Barros, Concord Music Group President and CEO. “To so many of us here at Concord and to millions of people all over the world, Paul’s music has formed a big part of 'life’s soundtrack.' So to now be a part of representing this
amazing body of work is nothing short of a dream come true."
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