PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED DEMO OF PAUL MCCARTNEY’S ‘TWENTY FINE FINGERS’ AVAILABLE

PREVIOUSLY UNRELEASED DEMO OF PAUL MCCARTNEY’S ‘TWENTY FINE FINGERS’ AVAILABLE
Twenty Fine Fingers

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Previously unreleased demo of Paul McCartney’s ‘Twenty Fine Fingers’ streaming on Vevo

Co-written and performed with Elvis Costello – Rarity is taken from the forthcoming reissue of Paul’s 1989 Flowers In The Dirt album – Available March 24th

One of the most critically acclaimed albums of the eighties, nominated for both BRIT and Grammy Awards, Flowers In The Dirt saw McCartney team up with Elvis Costello to co-write a third of the album (My Brave Face, You Want Her Too, Don’t Be Careless Love and That Day is Done) as well as boasting production credits from producers such as Mitchell Froom, Trevor Horn, David Foster, Steve Lipson, Elvis Costello and Paul McCartney himself. Pink Floyd guitar legend David Gilmour makes an appearance on We Got Married and George Martin’s string arrangement on Put It There is amongst the many album highlights.

The reissue of Flowers In The Dirt is available from March 24th. Formats include a deluxe boxset which contains previously unreleased demos, unseen archival video, notebook of Paul’s handwritten lyrics and notes, Linda McCartney Flowers In The Dirt exhibition catalogue, 112-page hardcover book documenting the making of album and more.

Watch the previously unreleased demo of “Twenty Fine Fingers

 

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