10 Underappreciated Paul McCartney Songs
Ten songs from Paul McCartney's solo career that just don't get the love they deserve.
"Famous Groupies" from London Town (Wings, 1978)
On 1978's "Famous Groupies," McCartney goes into semi-comedic storytelling mode to recount the tale of a fictional pair of notorious groupies who do some pretty horrible things to the music-biz gents they supposedly adore:
"There was a classic story of a roadie named Rory / who used to practice voodoo on the side / when the famous twosome suggested something gruesome / All that they found was a crater two miles wide / Which left the music business absolutely horrified."
"Famous Groupies" is joined by other gems on London Town, including the forgotten single, "I've Had Enough"; the Elvis-inspired "Name and Address"; and the deep, dark and awesome "Morse Moose and the Grey Goose."
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