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Tuesday, 1 December 2009

Paul McCartney - Pipes Of Peace

'Pipes of Peace' is a song written by Paul McCartney, which was first released on his album also called Pipes of Peace in 1983 and was released as a single in December 1983, reaching number 1 in the UK singles chart for two weeks.

In the United States, 'Pipes of Peace' was issued as the B-Side, and its British B-Side, 'So Bad,' was issued as the A-Side. 'So Bad' climbed to Number 23 on the US Billboard charts.

The Video was shot for Pipes of Peace at Chobham Commin, Surrey. The video depicted the famous 1914 Christmas truce between British and German troops. It portrays a British and a German soldier, both played by McCartney, who meet up in No Man's Land and exchange photos of their loved ones while other soldiers fraternise and play football. When a shell blast forces the two armies to retreat to their own trenches both men realise that they still have each-other's pictures. The video was produced by Hugh Symonds, and featured more than 100 extras. For added realism McCartney had his hair cut short especially for the shoot.

Despite featuring on 22 UK number one singles (as a member of the Beatles and Wings), this was McCartney's only number one as an entirely solo artist.

Click the link below to download the following:
Single Version
Video - MPEG4 Version
So Bad - Video
So Bad - B-Side


Paul McCartney - Pipes Of Peace - Video

Paul McCartney - So Bad - Video

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