Paul McCartney has a new release. Strictly speaking, this is the reissue of his 1997 album, Flaming Pie, which, as it is in use in these times, will be treated in various formats aimed at the collecting public. It will be released remastered in a collection and luxury edition.
The musician's tenth solo album came after his participation in the project The Beatles Anthology, which rescued unpublished material from the Fab Four, which was added a documentary film in which the same members told their story. Somehow he found a way to approach musical work.
“(The Beatles Anthology) reminded me of The Beatles' standards and the standard we reached with songs. In a way, it was a refresher course that set the stage for this album, "recalled" Macca "years later.
In fact, the name of the album came from an old interview with John Lennon, in the days when the Liverpool band was making a place in the music industry. When asked about the origin of the group's name, with his fertile imagination, he invented: “It was a vision: a man appeared in a burning cake [” Flaming pie "in English] and said: 'from today they will be the Beatles with An A'".