Watch Paul McCartney Talking About His Duets With Michael Jackson And Stevie Wonder

Sources: The Guardian | All Things Michael

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In this mini-documentary, the former Beatle talks about the collaborations that featured on his Tug of War and Pipes of Peace albums.

Paul McCartney’s got a new deluxe reissues of Tug of War and Pipes of Peace coming out next Friday, featuring the usual array of bonus tracks. Tug of War, his first album after Wings split, was only McCartney’s third solo album, and featured his collaboration with Stevie Wonder on Ebony and Ivory, while its successor featured the duet with Michael Jackson on Say Say Say.

In this special mini-documentary, you can see contemporary interviews with McCartney, discussing those collaborations, and how the albums came together. Have a look.

 

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