This is another list of album songs that's being rumored (can't tell if it's correct or not): Flaming Pie Little Willow I Used To Be Bad Beautiful Night (produced by George Martin) The Songs We Were Singing Cello In The Ruins I Saw You Sitting The World Tonight Whole Life Sweet Home Country Girl Young Boy Calico Skies (produced by George Martin)
According to Beatlefan Extra #75, a 3 track album sampler has been available in record industry circles since mid-February. It's a cassette by Capitol Records from Jan. 30, 1997 featuring The World Tonight (produced by Jeff Lynne) Young Boy (Paul&Steve Miller) Somedays (arranged by George Martin).
The sound is reported to be similar to "Off The Ground", however the tracks are more laid back.
The World Tonight is a midtempo soft-rocker with great guitar hooks and Paul mostly singing in a lower register. This track does not sound like a typical Lynne production. This track is said to be everybody's favorite.
Young Boy is similar sounding as "Hope of Deliverance." This upbeat acoustic-guitar based number features a great McCartney electric guitar solo.
Somedays is a song in which Paul sings to an acoustic guitar and a George Martin orchestration (with a baroque feel) is joining and building.
Beatlefan Extra also lists excerpts of the song lyrics and ends with the assumption that this album will probably not be a rock album but more one of interesting style.
Good Day Sunshine is said to have reported that in the U.S. the single "The World Tonight" will be released, whereas in Europe it is "Young Boy".
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