EMI MD Clive Cawley has told Music Week that Sir Paul McCartney wants to “reach a young audience” with his first solo album in five years.
Egypt Station, released on Friday (September 7), is his first album with Capitol in the US after leaving Concord. The former Beatle has a long-term UK relationship with Virgin EMI (formerly Mercury), which includes his Wings catalogue.
“This will be our fifth [studio] album we’ve done with him,” said Cawley. “We’ve had a relationship ...
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