needs no introduction. His 1974 album, McGear, was
produced with a little help from his big brother (“Our Kid” to
you). It features contributions from members of a then-contemporary
band, including Linda McCartney, Denny Laine and Jimmy McCulloch,
and has often been spoked of as a “missing” Wings album. But Mike’s
artistry is all his own, making McGear, in a way, the
album Paul never did make.
This extended conversation covers not only the brand new re-issue
from Cherry Red Records (including a bonus disc of unreleased
material + DVD and poster, as well as a deluxe vinyl edition) but
Mike’s work with The Scaffold – the 1968 McGough and
McGear album produced by Paul – and an array of artists:
Paul Robeson – Tina Turner – Pete Wingfield – Paddy Maloney, and
Check out the reissue series here.