Paul and Linda McCartney Ram (1971)

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Name:Paul and Linda McCartney Ram (1971)

Total Size: 80.82 MB

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Last Updated: 2014-10-13 09:30:32 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2008-07-28 12:42:46

Torrent Files List

00. Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram.nfo (Size: 80.82 MB) (Files: 18)

 00. Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram.nfo

4.29 KB

 00. Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram.sfv

0.55 KB

 01 - Too Many People.mp3

6.62 MB

 02 - 3 Legs.mp3

4.23 MB

 03 - Ram On.mp3

3.68 MB

 04 - Dear Boy.mp3

3.42 MB

 05 - Uncle AlbertAdmiral Halsey.mp3

7.84 MB

 06 - Smile Away.mp3

6.09 MB

 07 - Heart Of The Country.mp3

3.61 MB

 08 - Monkberry Moon Delight.mp3

8.47 MB

 09 - Eat At Home.mp3

5.27 MB

 10 - Long Haried Lady.mp3

9.60 MB

 11 - Ram On.mp3

1.46 MB

 12 - The Back Seat Of My Car.mp3

7.40 MB

 13 - Another Day.mp3

5.78 MB

 14 - Oh Woman, Oh Why.mp3

7.19 MB


52.47 KB


122.06 KB

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Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram

Artist...............: Paul and Linda McCartney
Album................: Ram
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: NMR
Year.................: 1971
Ripper...............: NMR
Codec................: LAME 3.97
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Extreme, (avg. bitrate: 217kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3


1. (00:04:11) Paul and Linda McCartney - Too Many People
2. (00:02:48) Paul and Linda McCartney - 3 Legs
3. (00:02:30) Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram On
4. (00:02:16) Paul and Linda McCartney - Dear Boy
5. (00:04:55) Paul and Linda McCartney - Uncle AlbertAdmiral Halsey
6. (00:03:54) Paul and Linda McCartney - Smile Away
7. (00:02:24) Paul and Linda McCartney - Heart Of The Country
8. (00:05:26) Paul and Linda McCartney - Monkberry Moon Delight
9. (00:03:24) Paul and Linda McCartney - Eat At Home
10. (00:06:05) Paul and Linda McCartney - Long Haried Lady
11. (00:00:55) Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram On
12. (00:04:38) Paul and Linda McCartney - The Back Seat Of My Car
13. (00:03:45) Paul and Linda McCartney - Another Day
14. (00:04:35) Paul and Linda McCartney - Oh Woman, Oh Why

Playing Time.........: 00:51:45
Total Size...........: 80.64 MB

NFO generated on.....: 7/27/2008 9:37:14 PM

Ram is Paul McCartney's second solo album, officially credited to Paul and
Linda McCartney, and was released in 1971. The only time one of
McCartney's efforts received a co-credit with his wife, it was seen by many
as a response to John Lennon's many collaborative projects with wife Yoko

After the release of the successful debut McCartney, Paul and Linda went on
a lengthy holiday and spent much time on their farm on the Mull of Kintyre,
Scotland. It was during this period that Paul, often with Linda's input,
composed the songs that would feature on Ram. Deciding to make a change
in recording venue, the couple flew to New York City in the fall of 1970 to
record their new songs. Denny Seiwell was recruited for drums and David
Spinozza and Hugh McCracken were tapped for guitar duties. Although it was
a collaborative project, Linda's vocal duties were mostly limited to backing
Paul, who sang lead throughout. The sessions were very productive, even
birthing future songs like "Dear Friend" they released on the debut Wings
album Wild Life later in 1971, as well as recording "Get On The Right Thing"
and "Little Lamb Dragonfly", both of which would be finished for 1973's Red
Rose Speedway.

By early 1971, the project was completed with the non-album "Another
Day"/"Oh Woman, Oh Why" single—McCartney's first after The
Beatles—which was released that February and became a worldwide Top 5
hit. In May, Ram was unveiled. The album's tone is one of confidence and
high spirits, with McCartney clearly in an assured state.
The back cover
The back cover

Still smarting from the demise of The Beatles, he included a few subtle jibes
directed at his former collaborator, specifically in "Too Many People". The
back cover art includes a picture of one beetle riding the back of another
beetle and apparently copulating. This was interpreted as a commentary on
the state of affairs between the ex-Beatles at that time. "Three Legs" was
also seen as being a jibe at the other Beatles. John Lennon also felt that the
character who misses what he's lost in "Dear Boy" and the protagonists who
sing "we believe that we can't be wrong" in "The Back Seat of My Car" were
directed at himself and Ono. The former song was, in fact, intended as a
message to Linda McCartney's ex-husband. Nevertheless, Lennon would
respond in kind later in 1971 with the searing "How Do You Sleep?" on his
Imagine album.

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