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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Here There And Everywhere on Discogs. Label: AFM Records (3) - • Format: 2x, CD Compilation, Unofficial Release • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country •.
  2. "Back on the Chain Gang" is a song written by Chrissie Hynde and originally recorded by her band the Pretenders, and released as a single by Sire Records in September The song also was released on The King of Comedy soundtrack album in March and later was included on the Pretenders' next album, Learning to Crawl, in January "Back on the Chain Gang" entered the Billboard charts B-side: "My City Was Gone".
  3. Sep 05,  · "Back on the Chain Gang" is a single by The Pretenders released in November The song was also released on The King of Comedy soundtrack album (March
  4. Released in after London Town gave McCartney another huge hit, Wings Greatest rounds up McCartney's greatest hits from to -- which means it skips "Maybe I'm Amazed" but touches on niumedtileatekutamtiamigomaste.co main strength of this collection is that it contains many hits that never appeared on any album, and these are among McCartney's very best non-Beatle singles: the eccentric domesticity of 9/
  5. Paul McCartney - Give My Regards To Broad Street – Paul McCartney: No More Lonely Nights (Ballad) – Paul McCartney: Good Day Sunshine / Corridor Music: – Paul McCartney: Yesterday: – Paul McCartney: Here, There And Everywhere: – Paul McCartney: Wanderlust: – Paul McCartney: Ballroom Dancing.
  6. Feb 14,  · Paul McCartney just might be the greatest rock star of all time, and maybe most famous and well-liked people who has ever lived. Paul McCartney was a freaking Beatle, after all! But even if you're a big fan, there are things you may not know about Macca. Here's the untold truth of Paul McCartney.
  7. Sep 14,  · Chrissie Hynde performs Back On The Chain Gang at Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park For more exclusive videos and photos from Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, go to.
  8. In a interview with Paul Gambaccini, McCartney stated that the lyric "if we ever get out of here" was inspired by a remark made by George Harrison during one of the Beatles' many business meetings. McCartney recalled: "He was saying that we were all prisoners in some way [due to the ongoing problems with their company Apple] I thought it would be a nice way to start an album.".

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