Ram could be considered Paul McCartney’s “Sgt. Pepper.” There’s a grab-bag, something-for-everybody musical approach, with folk, rock, pop and orchestrations.
1970 was a rough year for Paul McCartney. The release of his first solo album was overshadowed by The Beatles’ messy breakup. He later admitted he’d fallen to depression during this period. But his wife, Linda, helped shake him out of his doldrums.
It was nearly as hard for John Borack pick the Top 10 Paul McCartney solo songs as it was to choose the 10 best Beatles’ songs. Did your favorites make his list?
Goldmine was curious: Which of Paul McCartney’s efforts minus The Beatles are the most valuable on vinyl?