It’s the ultimate Paul McCartney collection. The “Pure McCartney” box set covers Sir Paul’s entire post-Beatles career, with 67 varied tracks.
He has been around for six decades, revolutionizing popular music along the way. But Bob Dylan’s “Biograph” from 1985 may best represent his singular work.
Wim Wenders made some pretty popular movies. “Until the End of the World” is not one of them; but its soundtrack is spectacular even so.
We certainly live in a digital age. But books follow the same digital trends as music thanks to Amazon and its Kindle? Maybe not.