Editors’ Notes Paul McCartney's second solo album expands on the homemade charm of McCartney but retains its rough edges, despite being recorded in professional recording studios. Tracks such as "Too Many People," "3 Legs," and "Dear Boy" showcase McCartney the rocker and popster at his most relaxed—and he's still a better craftsman than the nearest competition, many times squared. The most carefully sculpted tunes ("Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey," "Monkberry Moon Delight," and the underrated and majestic "The Back Seat of My Car") prove that his talents didn't leave him just because he left The Beatles.

SONG
Too Many People
1
4:10
 
3 Legs
2
2:48
 
Ram On
3
2:30
 
Dear Boy
4
2:15
 
Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey
5
4:55
 
Smile Away
6
3:53
 
Heart of the Country
7
2:24
 
Monkberry Moon Delight
8
5:25
 
Eat At Home
9
3:23
 
Long Haired Lady
10
6:05
 
Ram On
11
0:55
 
The Back Seat of My Car
12
4:30
 
Eat At Home / Smile Away (Live)
13
8:20
 
Uncle Albert Jam
14
2:11