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  1. Check out Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey (Medley) by Paul Mccartney & Linda Mccartney on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on baicusekantempperfasttimataroner.coinfo(22).
  2. The song Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey was written by Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney and was first released by Paul & Linda McCartney in It was covered by The Dan Trudell Trio, Wim Stolwijk, Dave Depper, James Last and other artists.
  3. The fifth song on Paul and Linda McCartney’s album Ram, Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey was issued as a single in the United States. It became his first post-Beatles number one single. The song was partly inspired by Albert Kendall, who had worked with McCartney’s father Jim at Liverpudlian cotton merchants A Hannay & Co. Kendall was a.
  4. Am7/D D We're so sorry Uncle Albert Am7/D D We're so sorry if we caused you any pain Am7/D D We're so sorry Uncle Albert Gm7 C C# D But there's no one left at home and I believe I'm gonna rain Gm7 C Gm7 C Gm7 C Gm7 C C#7 D We're so sorry but we haven't heard a thing all day We're so sorry Uncle Albert But if anything should happen we'll be sure to give a ring Gm7 C9 Gm7 C9 Gm7 C9 .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey on Discogs. Label: Apple Records - • Format: Vinyl 7 Paul & Linda McCartney - Uncle Albert / Admiral Halsey (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(38).
  6. "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" is a song by Paul and Linda McCartney from the album Ram. Released in the United States as a single on 2 August , it reached number one on the Billboard Hot on 4 September , making it the first of a string of post-Beatles, McCartney-penned singles to top the US pop chart during the s and s. Billboard ranked the song as number 22 on its Top Pop B-side: "Too Many People".
  7. Jun 05,  · 'Cause lately they haven't been doing a bloody thing worthwhile for the Country that would make Uncle Albert proud of them. Where in nowadays they're all like traveling gypsies that are getting around singing and not even paying attention to what the Fleet of Admiral William''Bull'' Halsey was doing on their waters that wanted to use them for.
  8. The moniker Paul & Linda McCartney was used just once for the album Ram in Set against the backdrop of the legal action taking place in Britain's High Court with the dissolution of The Beatles partnership, following their break-up the year before, Ram was the second of two albums McCartney released between quitting The Beatles and forming Wings, whose future drummer Denny Seiwell .

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