TVD Vinyl Giveaway: Paul McCartney, Kisses on the Bottom

TVD is delighted to have been selected by the team behind the Paul McCartney Archive Collection to exclusively spotlight the meticulous work Paul has personally supervised with the reissue series from his back catalog—all newly remastered at Abbey Road Studios.

In the spirit of the season, the entire Paul McCartney Archive Collection has been available to TVD readers through a series of special giveaways during the month of December, courtesy of Sir Paul and his team. We’ve been selecting five winners for each 180 gram vinyl reissue package.

We end our run of giveaways with a release outside of the Archive Collection and Paul’s latest, 2012’s Kisses on the Bottom.

Kisses On The Bottom is a collection of standards Paul grew up listening to in his childhood as well as the two new McCartney compositions “My Valentine” and “Only Our Hearts.”

With the help of Grammy Award-winning producer Tommy LiPuma and Diana Krall and her band, McCartney’s new album is a deeply personal journey through classic American compositions that, in some cases, a young Paul first heard his father perform on piano at home. The full tracklisting reveals that Paul has been both reverent and adventurous in his song choices.”

“The album was recorded at the legendary Capitol Studios in Los Angeles, New York, and London throughout 2011. It also features guest musicians Eric Clapton and Stevie Wonder, respectively, on the original compositions and Eric also appears on the track ‘Get Yourself Another Fool.'”

• Two disc 180 gram audiophile vinyl edition
• Downloadable audio of the full album included

Track List:
I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
Home (When Shadows Fall)
It’s Only A Paper Moon
More I Cannot Wish You
The Glory Of Love
We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me)
Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
My Valentine
Always
My Very Good Friend The Milkman
Bye Bye Blackbird
Get Yourself Another Fool
The Inch Worm
Only Our Hearts

Paul’s covered a host of genuine classics on his new release. Enter to win Kisses on the Bottom by telling us in the comments below what classic standard you’d hope he’d tackle in the future. The most inspired responses will win Paul’s latest!

Each contest among this special series will last a full calendar week. Five entrants with a North American mailing address will be selected on 12/26.

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  • Mischievous

    Blue Moon would be a nice cover for Paul.

  • bonoedgey

    I have to think of something to write I know 🙂 but words don’t describe how beautiful “My Valentine” is.  I saw Sir Paul in concert a few wks ago and he dedicated it to his wife as she was in the audience.. Very moving very beautiful.  This album shows me that Paul really loves some very good music.. and that each song means a lot to him.  He croons just fine on this album..  🙂  I would love to have this album on vinyl to add to my collection.. Thank you for this contest Vinyl District

  • thatwasmejpm

    Listening to Paul dedicate the song “My Valentine” to his lovely wife and then perform it, is a pleasure.  A nice, relaxing LP.  I wouldn’t mind having it in LP verson.

  • steveinlouisville

    I for one would love to hear McCartney’s take on “What a Wonderful World” if he ever revisits the standards again.  Pretty sure he doesn’t own the publishing rights to that one, though.

  • http://www.peterdervin.com Peter Dervin

    Love this album especially on vinyl!

  • GregInAL

    I actually have 2 songs in mind that I wouldn’t mind hearing Paul sing.  One is “That’s Amore” (the Dean Martin classic) and the other is “Chattanooga Choo Choo”.  Not sure he’d ever do those, but they’d be fun to hear.
    Greg in Madison, AL

  • GregInAL

    I actually have 2 songs in mind that I wouldn’t mind hearing Paul sing.  One is “That’s Amore” (the Dean Martin classic) and the other is “Chattanooga Choo Choo”.  Not sure he’d ever do those, but they’d be fun to hear.
    Greg in Madison, AL

  • GregInAL

    I actually have 2 songs in mind that I wouldn’t mind hearing Paul sing.  One is “That’s Amore” (the Dean Martin classic) and the other is “Chattanooga Choo Choo”.  Not sure he’d ever do those, but they’d be fun to hear.
    Greg in Madison, AL

  • Brandon

    Frankly I think Paul McCartney could do an exceptionally good Over The Rainbow

  • Brandon

    Frankly I think Paul McCartney could do an exceptionally good Over The Rainbow

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