10 Underappreciated Paul McCartney Songs
Ten songs from Paul McCartney's solo career that just don't get the love they deserve.
"Eat At Home" from Ram (Paul and Linda McCartney, 1971)
John Lennon wasn't too crazy about McCartney's supposedly lightweight early '70s output, but he did like "Eat At Home," calling it his favorite track on Ram.
The song, with its twangy riff and bountiful guitar parts, could've been a hit single for McCartney; instead, it'll go down in history as merely another album track. And while McCartney and his band have dug up and dusted off the album's opener, "Too Many People," on recent tours, the equally deserving "Eat At Home" is still waiting for its moment in the spotlight.
By the way, a previously unreleased live version of "Eat At Home / Smile Away" from Wings' 1972 tour is available on the iTunes version of the recently released Ram Special Edition.
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