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  1. Artist: Mike McGear Title: McGear (with Paul McCartney and Wings) Year Of Release: Label: Fruitgum Corp Genre: Rock, Pop Rock Quality: Mp3 / Flac (image,.cue, log) Total Time: Total Size: / Mb (scans) WebSite: Album Preview.
  2. Mike McGear – McGear – Album Review. Esoteric. 2CD + 1DVD/DL/Vinyl. Released 19th July A remastered and expanded edition of the Scaffold man’s solo album, with contributions from his slightly more famous brother Macca and his band headbaiprivruenhypoutecchhallenrewoodsrac.coinfo Canty hears the proof that Pop smarts in the McCartney family didn’t begin and end with Paul and when the brothers got .
  3. After a fruitful career with Liverpudlian trio The Scaffold, Mike McGear (real name McCartney, Mike being Paul’s brother) decided to try it on his own and released a first solo album, ‘Woman’, in His second and last solo album, simply titled ‘McGear’, followed two years later.
  4. Features Song Lyrics for Mike McGear's McGear album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  5. i just want what you got – money! paddy pipes 3 viv stanshall sings let’s turn the radio on dance the do radio ad 1 dance the do radio ad 2 disc three: dvd dvd 1. mike (mcgear) mccartney reminisces at the liverpool institute for performing arts 2. mike (mcgear) mccartney interview at the everyman theatre, liverpool 3.
  6. "Have You Got Problems" is another highlight - taking a few surprising twists in tempo and atmosphere. Ultimately the "McGear" album is a curiousity - mainly of interest to McCartney completists, of which there are many. If you count yourself among them, don't pass up the opportunity to hear it/5(22).
  7. If you missed McGear when it was new, or in its previous reissued versions, it's time to give it your attention, because, in addition to being probably the best of Mike McGear's albums, it holds a significant place in Paul McCartney's creative evolution, not to mention the history of Wings.
  8. Mike McGear is a McCartney, meaning he's the younger brother of Paul. He was in a band called The Scaffold, which was a Liverpool super group that consisted of Poet Roger McGough and comic talent John Gorman. "McGear" is Mike's second solo album, and it's produced and co-mixed (with McGear) by Paul.

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