|Junior's Farm/Sally G|
|Produced by Paul McCartney|
|Released on October 25, 1974|
|UK CHART POSITION #16 (A side) and #17 (B side, charted Dec. 24, 2974 for 8 weeks) . . . US CHART POSITION #3 (A: charted Nov. 9, 1974) and #39 (B: charted Feb. 22, 1975)|
|Find it at GEMM|
|1875 wo. picture sleeve
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T his became a “double” single when McCartney re-issued it with the A and B sides flipped, in order to give “Sally G” more exposure. Sally’s a favorite among Macca fans, and as Paul’s country songs number few it might be his most likeable cowboy act since “Rocky Raccoon.” I’ve always liked the original A side more. “Junior’s Farm” has a slightly subversive edge that stems from the treated vocals and guitars. In fact, you might make the case that this song anticipated the claustrophobic sound of power pop (or you simply might not care, which is probably the healthier response). Note that the original single simply lists the writing credits as McCartney; visiting the MPL Communications song bank (found at www.mplcommunications.com) reveals that the song was co-authored by Paul and Linda. I know, it’s only a matter of time before Paul starts working Linda’s name into the songwriting credits for “Penny Lane” et cetera, and I honestly don’t know what to make of it, but in the absence of other information I defer to the Source. Incidentally, this was the last record Paul issued on Apple.
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|REGION||RELEASE DATE||LABEL||MEDIA||ID NUMBER||FEATURES|
|UK||October 25, 1974||Apple||7"||R 5999|
|US||November 4, 1974||Apple||7"||1875|
|BEL||1974||Apple||7"||4C 006 05752||picture sleeve|
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