Peter Michael McCartney (born 7 January 1944), known professionally as Mike McGear, is a British performing artist and rock photographer who was a member of the groups The Scaffold and Grimms. He is the younger brother of Paul McCartney. Michael and his brother Paul (born 18 June 1942) were both born in the Walton General Hospital in Liverpool, where their mother, Mary McCartney, had previously worked as a nursing sister in charge of the maternity ward
McGear is the second solo album by English singer Mike McGear, released in 1974. The album was a collaboration between McGear and his older brother Paul McCartney, who produced the record. All tracks on the album are performed by McCartney’s band Wings, although all lead vocals are sung by McGear (McCartney can be heard singing the ending of What Do We Really Know?, on Givin’ Grease A Ride and occasional yells and harmony vocals on other tracks). At the time, McGear had just left his group Grimms, and McCartney was waiting for his Apple Records contract to expire.
Mixed By – Mike McGear. Orchestra – Hallé Orchestra. Photography By – James Wedge. Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Paul McCartney. Saxophone – Brian Jones (12). Mike would like to thank:. Derek Taylor on W. B. giggling The Halle Orchestra and oboe lady Gysmorchestra (invented by Lol Cream and Kevin Godley, 10CC) Buzz Aldrin on Moon Benna and Theran with Harri Krishna David Minns (McCartney Productions Lt. Wine glasses and Rainbow Box Plus Angie's Pate Butties and Mike's Specials.
Woman (Mike McGear album). Roger McGough produced and co-wrote some songs with McGear. The cover is a black-and-white photo of McGear/McCartney's mother. All songs by Mike McGear & Roger McGough, except where noted. Jolly Good Show", "Benna"+ – 3:25
While McGear's album may be strongly reminiscent of Paul McCartney in important respects - the carefully crafted pop/rock arrangements and, of course, the vocals - no one's going to confuse it with Paul himself; the material, with a much more pronounced, droll, British satiric bent than McCartney's, simply isn't that strong.
McGear is the second and final solo album by English singer Mike McGear, released in 1974. History - The album was a collaboration between McGear and his older brother Paul McCartney, who produced the record. All tracks on the album are performed by McCartney's band Wings, although all lea. mage: Mcgear. Gerry Conway (musician).
McGear - Студийный альбом от Mike McGear. Вышел 24 сентября 1974г. В альбом вошло 22 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 51:25. Leave it, Mike McGear. The Scaffold singing "Thank U Very Much" at Beatle Week 2013. Paul McCartney and Jane Asher on his brother Mike's wedding /photos. Michael McGear Woman. Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney on his brother Mike's wedding, 1982 /photos. The Scaffold - Lily The Pink.
21 February 2019 1. 2pm. anyways, it seems like a really cool little album. I've really got to give it full playing (several full playings!) one of these days. The following people thank Von Bontee for this post: Richard. One day, a tape-op got a tape on backwards, he went to play it, and it was all oom" and it was "Wow! Sounds Indian!" - - Paul McCartney. This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. The cover is a black-and-white photo of McGear/McCartney's mother, Mary McCartney. Jolly Good Show", "Benna"+ – 3:25.