Macca is no stranger to pop standards. Back in The Beatles' rowdy Hamburg days, he found a way to squeeze "Till There Was You" into every set. But Kisses On The Bottom (which isn't nearly as saccharine as Ringo's Sentimental Journey) is his first album consciously dedicated to the canon. There's a twist, however. Rather than tackle covers exclusively, McCartney adds a few of his own compositions. These include "Only Our Hearts" and the melancholic "My Valentine." Both are kind of hokey, but would we expect anything less from the man who also gave us "Silly Love Songs"?