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Let Us In Americana - The Music of Paul McCartney


Download links and information about Let Us In Americana - The Music of Paul McCartney. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 57:41 minutes.

Release date: 2013
Genre: Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 57:41
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No. Title Length
1. Come and Get It (The Wood Brothers) 3:27
2. Yellow Submarine (Buddy Miller) 2:47
3. Band on the Run (Will Hoge) 4:35
4. I'm Looking Through You (Jim Lauderdale) 2:31
5. My Love (Holly Williams) 4:02
6. Let Me Roll It (Teddy Thompson) 4:26
7. Fool on the Hill (Bruce Cockburn) 4:06
8. Get Back (Ollabelle) 3:12
9. Let 'Em In (Lee Ann Womack) 3:59
10. I Will (Steve Earle) 1:58
11. Every Night (Rodney Crowell) 3:33
12. Yesterday (Matraca Berg) 2:49
13. Give Ireland Back to the Irish (Ketch Secor) 3:56
14. I've Just Seen a Face (Sam Bush) 2:40
15. Uncle Albert? Admiral Halsey (Ed Snodderly) 5:43
16. Let It Be (feat. Amy Helm, Fiona McBain & Allison Moorer) (The McCrary Sisters) 3:57



"Yellow Submarine" may not strike you as a natural candidate for a country song, but alt-country's most famous progenitor, Buddy Miller, gives it a good run here. Americana stars turn the music of Paul McCartney a shade of country for a benefit album with the proceeds going to the Woman and Cancer Fund, established in Linda McCartney's memory. 2011's Let Us In Nashville was the first volume of this series. Like most tributes, the mixing and matching is where the fun is at. Will Hoge takes on the challenge of the multi-part "Band on the Run" and leaves the song close to its rock roots. For deep country, try Jim Lauderdale's version of "I'm Looking Through You" or Sam Bush's banjo-clucking "I've Just Seen a Face." Teddy Thompson plays with McCartney's Lennon-like "Let Me Roll It." Holly Williams goes for the sentimental "My Love." Steve Earle and wife Allison Moorer perform "I Will" as a duet. Bruce Cockburn brings his acoustic guitar and an organist for a non-psychedelic version of "The Fool on the Hill."