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  1. In 1968, he and McGough released a "duo" album (McGough & McGear) that included the usual Scaffold mix of lyrics, poems, and comedy. The Scaffold ended up hosting a TV programme, Score with the Scaffold , which limited the musical portion of their career, and they were dropped by Parlophone.

  2. About. “ McGough & McGear ” is the first and only album by Roger McGough and Mike McCartney – brother of Paul – known professionally as Mike McGear. Paul McCartney helped with the production of the whole album. From Liner notes to CD reissue of McGough & McGear (, 2016: […]

  3. Michael McGear, the one who composes and does the singing on the LP also wrote “Thank U Very Much” which even got into the Top Ten, which doesn’t say much for the Top Ten. But back to this record then which combines naturalistic poetry, Liverpool humour, and good pop music.

  4. Por AlohaCriticón. Compartir: Antes de comenzar su carrera como solista, Mike McGear, el hermano menor de Paul McCartney grabó con el grupo The Scaffold y publicó con uno de los miembros de The Scaffold, el poeta Roger McGough, un único LP acreditado a la pareja, “McGough & McGear” (1968), disco psicodélico (lastrado por… para quien ...

  5. › wiki › McGearMcGear - Wikipedia

    McGear is the second and final solo album by English singer Mike McGear, released in 1974. The album is a collaboration between McGear and his brother Paul McCartney, who co-wrote and produced the record. All backing tracks on the album are performed by McCartney and his band Wings, occasionally accompanied by guest artists.

  6. 26 de sept. de 2019 · 29. In 1974 Mike McCartney got together with brother Paul, and Wings, to record an album, McGear. After successful musical outings in the 1960s and early 1970s with The Scaffold, McGear and McGough and Grimms, the McGear album would ultimately be Mikes last long-player.

  7. People. McGough & McGear. About. “ McGough & McGea r”, released in 1968, was the only album credited to Roger McGough and Mike McGear (Paul McCartney’s brother). From Trio pop britannique d’échafaudage en décembre 1967 De gauche à droite : Roger McGough, Mike Mcgear, John Gorman.