A box collection including three of Paul McCartney’s most renowned solo albums is now available for purchase.
Three of The Beatles legend’s most well-known solo albums—McCartney, McCartney II, and McCartney III—are included in the compilation McCartney I II III.
The box set, which was released on Friday, brings the three studio albums together for the first time and is offered on CD, coloured and black vinyl, and both. The LPs in the collection were created for the first time utilising the Dolby ATMOS sound system, and they are also available for digital download.
Additionally, the bundle includes unique artwork and picture prints.
According to a statement on the singer’s website, “In an unparalleled career, Paul has always been ready to take chances and have fun along the way. His musical ventures have included classical albums, electronic albums, ballet soundtracks, composing for video games, and left-field collaborations.” “McCartney, McCartney II, and McCartney III caught and chronicled major events of his unusual career, each presenting a personal portrait of a unique artist at a specific point in time,” according to the biography of Paul McCartney.
The three albums span McCartney’s fifty-year discography; his self-titled solo album was initially published in 1970, after The Beatles’ dissolution.
The album’s first single, “Maybe I’m Amazed,” has grown to become one of McCartney’s most well-known songs despite earning generally unfavourable reviews.
With his band Wings, McCartney put released a series of albums during the 1970s until releasing McCartney II in 1979.
McCartney II received comparable negative reviews to his first, however music magazines have subsequently begun to see it more positively.
McCartney would keep releasing songs till the turn of the twenty-first and the dawn of the twenty-first century.
McCartney III wouldn’t be available until 2020, however. However, McCartney was able to produce an album that was more well-received after its release because to the 41-year break.
McCartney III earned his first top solo album in the UK since 1989’s Flowers in the Dirt, debuting at number two on the Billboard 200 list in the United States.
Along with releasing a box set, the legendary musician just resumed touring with his Got Back tour for the first time since 2019.
Since the debut of Peter Jackson’s film The Beatles: Get Back, there has been increased interest in McCartney and The Beatles as a whole.
The Disney+ special included unique glimpses of the band cut from roughly 60 hours of previously unreleased material, and it detailed the creation of some of The Beatles’ most famous songs.