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  • Avg Rating:4.26 / 5
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McCartney*McCartney III

Label:Third Man Records – TMR-707, Capitol Records – B003285401, MPL (2) – B003285401
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Stereo, Yellow With Black Dots, 180g
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock, Pop
Style:Pop Rock

Tracklist

A1Long Tailed Winter Bird
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric GuitarPaul McCartney
A2Find My Way
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric GuitarPaul McCartney
A3Pretty Boys
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric GuitarPaul McCartney
A4Women And Wives
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric GuitarPaul McCartney
A5Lavatory Lil
Electric Guitar, VocalsPaul McCartney
A6Slidin'
Bass, Electric Guitar, VocalsPaul McCartney
Electric GuitarRusty Anderson
B1Deep Deep Feeling
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric Guitar, PianoPaul McCartney
B2The Kiss Of Venus
Acoustic Guitar, VocalsPaul McCartney
B3Seize The Day
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric GuitarPaul McCartney
B4Deep Down
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed By, Electric GuitarPaul McCartney
B5Winter Bird / When Winter Comes
Producer, Performer, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonium, Bass, Mellotron, Percussion, Recorder, Vocals, Written-By, Composed ByPaul McCartney
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℗© 2020 MPL Communications Ltd.
Only 333 copies - hand-numbered
Third Man Records - Third Man Pressing in Detroit.
Recorded mainly during the 2020 pandemic (April - June 2020) at Hog Hill Studio, Rye, U.K.
‘Made in Rockdown’
333 Edition is limited to 333 copies and is pressed on 'yellow-with-black-dots' vinyl created using 33 recycled vinyl copies of McCartney and McCartney II by Third Man Pressing. This special "regrind" pressing is the first version of McCartney's third self-titled solo album.

Includes two-sided six-panel color poster measuring approximately 24 x 36. The front full-color photo montage combines the images from the three gatefold inner designs. The back is black-and-white and reproduces the McCARTNEY III MADE IN ROCKDOWN poster included with the red US limited edition LP. But it is not simply blown up to fit the larger size as the small print (Mary McCartney photo credit and credit line at the bottom) have remained very small indeed.

Catalog # under logo “Third Man Records” on back cover - TMR707
Catalog # "Capitol Records" and "MPL" - B003285401 (on runaways)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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McCartney III (LP, Album, Numbered, Special Edition, Test Pressing, Stereo, 180g)Capitol Music GroupnoneUS2020
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McCartney III (CD, Album, Stereo, Card Sleeve Gatefold, Digipack)Capitol Records, MPL (2)00602435136561Europe2020
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McCartney III (LP, Album, Limited Edition, Blue)MPL (2), Capitol Records00602435321820Worldwide2020
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McCartney III (CD, Album, Limited Edition, Stereo, Green Die)Capitol Records, MPL (2), Capitol Records, MPL (2)00602435136578, 006024351365612020
McCartney III (LP, Album, Stereo)Capitol Records, MPL (2)00602435136592Worldwide2020
Monsterhead's avatar
Monsterhead
These part time collectors below need to realise that record collecting is not about the music. Paul (The Beatle) McFartney could press up the sound of his plops dropping on brown flecked poop vinyl and people would buy it! He is probably the most famous living pop singer, despite the fact that no one could name a single song he has written after the Frog Chorus.
adamrahelich's avatar
adamrahelich
Just here to laugh at the fools who think this price is justified. Totally forgettable album. They didn't even do a nice job with the colors lol
chadergeist's avatar
chadergeist
What does AP 333 mean, that's on the back of the jacket?
ThirdManFan4ever's avatar
I happened to be at Third Man Records on Record Store Day Drop #1. I happened to find a copy of this album hiding in their limited edition bin. I knew this was going to be a snag. I’ve been searching for this record for a while ever since it was announced, and I finally got one. Better check Third Man Records in Nashville or Detroit sometime.
sandoz720's avatar
sandoz720
What’s funny is that I and II were so bad they had enough copies to recycle into this trash!!! 😂
peemef's avatar
peemef
What's the reason behind the actual price spike? Why a 4-month old vinyl costs more than MFSL UHQR records?
drucom's avatar
drucom
Dying laughing at anyone spending multiple thousands for this shit that will never ever ever be a record of note.
AliceCooper98's avatar
A terrible album and a mediocre at best sounding pressing. I felt I got ripped off at $60 and feel terrible for the sucker who spent over $4k on Paul's most ignorable release. If you're a completionist, buy the black vinyl for $25 and spend the other $4k on a vacation when this Corona thing is over. In 10 years time I can't see this album going for over $100.
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OF-THE-WORLD
Edited one year ago
A hilarious example of limited time astro-turfed marketing procedure. Reminds me of the 'record store day' racket . Please don't boost Sir McCartney's ego any more please LOLOLOL wacky is as wacky does.. and don't expect stellar sound quality with a Third Man pressing - especially when they add junk re-melted vinyl (they call it ecologically responsible 'recycled' of course) Third Man pressings are notoriously crappy. Most people know colored vinyl is inferior so adding black junk will really enhance this quality.
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bonedagger
An object's market value is whatever someone is prepared to pay for it. That's just reality. What's amusing to me is that the black spots were allegedly made from reground copies of old Macca LPs. A cute concept, but which cheapens the intrinsic plastic build. So these cost marginally less to press than a standard coloured 12" and are selling in the thousands range. Comical.