℗ 2010 MPL Communications Inc/Ltd, under exclusive license to Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings
Released 2010
Duration 1h 14m 54s
Genre Pop
 

Band On The Run (Remastered)

Paul McCartney, Wings

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1.1
Band On The Run (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
5:11
1.2
Jet (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
4:08
1.3
Bluebird (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
3:22
1.4
Mrs. Vandevilt (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
4:39
1.5
Let Me Roll It (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
4:49
1.6
Mamunia (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
4:51
1.7
No Words (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
2:35
1.8
Picasso’s Last Words (Drink To Me / Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
5:49
1.9
Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
5:30
2.1
Helen Wheels
Paul McCartney; Wings
3:45
2.2
Country Dreamer (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
3:08
2.3
Bluebird (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
3:26
2.4
Jet
Paul McCartney; Wings
3:55
2.5
Let Me Roll It (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
4:23
2.6
Band On The Run (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
5:13
2.7
Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
5:57
2.8
Country Dreamer (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
2:14
2.9
Zoo Gang (Remastered)
Paul McCartney; Wings
1:59
Digital Booklet
- Billboard 200 - #1 (1973-75) - Q Magazine - "100 Greatest British Albums Ever" - Rolling Stone - "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time" "[The album's] superiority derives from a subtle shifting and rearrangement of elements running through all of his post-Beatles music, a rounding out of ideas that had previously been allowed to stand half-baked, often embarrassingly so. Band on the Run is no collection of song fragments, nor a collection of mediocre and directionless songs. Band on the Run is a carefully composed, intricately designed personal statement..." - The Rolling Stone Band on the Run is the third studio album by the British–American rock band Paul McCartney and Wings, released in December 1973. It was McCartney's fifth album after leaving the Beatles in April 1970. It became the top-selling studio album of 1974 in the United Kingdom and Australia, in addition to revitalising McCartney's critical standing. It remains McCartney's most successful album and the most celebrated of his post-Beatles works. The majority of Band on the Run was recorded at EMI's studio in Lagos, Nigeria, as McCartney wanted to make an album in an exotic locale. Shortly before departing for Lagos, however, drummer Denny Seiwell and guitarist Henry McCullough left the group. With no time to recruit replacements, McCartney went into the studio with just his wife Linda and Denny Laine. In addition to playing bass, McCartney also played drums, percussion and most of the lead guitar parts himself. On arriving, it was discovered that the studio was below standard, and conditions in Nigeria were tense and difficult; the McCartneys were robbed at knifepoint, during which a bag containing unfinished song lyrics and demo tapes was taken. After the band's return to England, final overdubs and further recording were carried out in London, mostly at AIR Studios.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Paul McCartney Catalog Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.70
-5.81 to -0.22
-18.87
-22.95 to -16.33
-15.63
-20.30 to -13.00
12
10 to 13
1.1
Band On The Run (Remastered)
-0.37-19.14-16.113
1.2
Jet (Remastered)
-0.22-17.94-14.213
1.3
Bluebird (Remastered)
-1.87-20.52-17.913
1.4
Mrs. Vandevilt (Remastered)
-1.29-17.84-15.211
1.5
Let Me Roll It (Remastered)
-1.92-18.14-14.411
1.6
Mamunia (Remastered)
-1.88-20.34-18.013
1.7
No Words (Remastered)
-3.58-19.30-15.610
1.8
Picasso’s Last Words (Drink To Me / Remastered)
-2.37-21.14-18.413
1.9
Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five (Remastered)
-0.22-18.45-15.011
2.1
Helen Wheels
-1.11-17.08-13.611
2.2
Country Dreamer (Remastered)
-1.69-19.31-16.512
2.3
Bluebird (Remastered)
-1.45-18.32-15.611
2.4
Jet
-1.11-16.33-13.010
2.5
Let Me Roll It (Remastered)
-1.27-16.82-13.210
2.6
Band On The Run (Remastered)
-0.61-17.83-14.312
2.7
Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five (Remastered)
-0.91-19.50-15.411
2.8
Country Dreamer (Remastered)
-5.81-22.95-20.312
2.9
Zoo Gang (Remastered)
-2.91-18.73-14.611

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