All the Best! is the second official compilation album of Paul McCartney's music, after 1978's Wings Greatest. The American version has a different track listing, reflecting the popularity of particular songs there.
All The Best! was the second official collection of Paul's greatest hits after 1978's Wings Greatest. It was album was preceded in the UK by a new song, ‘Once Upon A Long Ago’, Paul's fortieth single, produced by Phil Ramone and mixed by George Martin, and featuring violin by Nigel Kennedy.
Although Paul McCartney is best known for being in the English rock band The Beatles, the multi-talented musician has also achieved critical and commercial success as a solo artist, the frontman for the rock band Wings, and half of the experimental electronic music duo The Fireman. The two-time inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has won over 20 Grammy Awards, while also bring recognized as one of the greatest composers and performers in music history. This Paul McCartney discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Paul McCartney albums can be found at the top of the list. The list includes McCartney's Venus and Mars (1975), Ram (1971) and more.
Technically, All the Best was the first compilation of McCartney's solo material, since Wings Greatest covered songs released under the Wings aegis. Well, there is considerable overlap between the two records - no less than ten of that album's 12 songs are here, yet only the hard-rocking "Hi Hi Hi" is truly missed - although the seven new songs do give this album a different character, for better or worse.
Paul McCartney is ranked number 134 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 26,832. Members who like this artist also like: Pink Floyd, The Who and Led Zeppelin. Like all the Beatles with no exception, amazingly strong as a solo artist/ band leader. But even more so than the other three given the circumstances: John dead at 40, George pursuing other interests beside music (and now deceased too) and Ringo being more of a musician per se than a creator/ songwriter(good records too though).
Paul McCartney Albums Ranked Worst to Best. Ultimate Classic Rock. When it comes to our list of Paul McCartney Albums Ranked Worst to Best, some things are expected. His lightly regarded '80s output, for instance, doesn't fare so well. Scroll through the below list and you'll see that Wings' widely celebrated Band on the Run does, however. But we've left plenty room elsewhere for McCartney's more recent post-Beatles successes, even as we've made some judicious cuts.
Paul McCartney’s 15th studio album, Kisses on the Bottom, is a collection of covers of Hit Parade-era songs that he loved while growing up. McCartney, of course, has compiled an incredible songbook of his own, and not just with his little band called the Beatles: 34 of his solo singles have made the . Top 40. Some of them – Band on the Run, Live and Let Die – are as ubiquitous as his greatest work with the old band. Following is a selection of the highest highs of McCartney’s four-decade solo career, including some of his biggest hits and best album tracks.