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FAST RAM, or “Ram” on 45, part 2


Download the mp3 – Paul and Linda McCartney: “Ram” on 45, Side B

A couple of weeks ago, I posted an mp3 of Paul and Linda McCartney’s Ram at 45, rather than 33.3, rpm. You can click here to download that track and to read the story behind it.

The reaction to the posting was pretty positive; a few people told me that Ram was one of their favorite records and that hearing it on 45 brought new life to an old friend. Others told me that they hated the original Ram but liked this. Others complained that Paul wasn’t as “serious” as John, told me they were the walrus, and cursed. Still others had no opinion whatsoever.

Someone  sent a “tweet” to Big Whup, linking us to this interesting article about the creation of the record.

Anyway- here’s side B. Have fun!

Paul and I have something in common- a love of HP Sauce.

Download the mp3 – Paul and Linda McCartney: “Ram” on 45, Side B

Download the mp3 – Paul and Linda McCartney: “Ram” on 45, Side A

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