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Freedom (Studio Mix)

by Paul McCartney

Driving Rain by Paul McCartney

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Freedom (Studio Mix)

by Paul McCartney

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By and large Driving Rain is one of McCartney's most uplifting sets in years, and it seems that after issuing records where he sorted reflections through his early career (Flaming Pie) and the death of his wife (Run Devil Run), many of the songs here are as effervescent as titles like "Tiny Bubble," "Back in the Sunshine Again," and "Magic" might imply. After witnessing air planes destroy the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, McCartney delayed the release of the record to include the jingoistic bonus track "Freedom," but forget that -- the best tracks are lilting numbers like "From a Lover to a Friend."

About This Album

By and large Driving Rain is one of McCartney's most uplifting sets in years, and it seems that after issuing records where he sorted reflections through his early career (Flaming Pie) and the death of his wife (Run Devil Run), many of the songs here are as effervescent as titles like "Tiny Bubble," "Back in the Sunshine Again," and "Magic" might imply. After witnessing air planes destroy the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, McCartney delayed the release of the record to include the jingoistic bonus track "Freedom," but forget that -- the best tracks are lilting numbers like "From a Lover to a Friend."

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About This Album

By and large Driving Rain is one of McCartney's most uplifting sets in years, and it seems that after issuing records where he sorted reflections through his early career (Flaming Pie) and the death of his wife (Run Devil Run), many of the songs here are as effervescent as titles like "Tiny Bubble," "Back in the Sunshine Again," and "Magic" might imply. After witnessing air planes destroy the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001, McCartney delayed the release of the record to include the jingoistic bonus track "Freedom," but forget that -- the best tracks are lilting numbers like "From a Lover to a Friend."