Young Boy

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"Young Boy"
Single by Paul McCartney
from the album Flaming Pie
B-side "Looking for You" (7" and CD1)
"Broomstick" (CD2)
Released 28 April 1997 (UK)
Format 7", Maxi-CD
Recorded Sussex, England: 22 February 1995
Genre Rock
Length 3:54
Label Parlophone
Writer(s) Paul McCartney
Producer(s) Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney singles chronology
"Come Together"
(The Smokin' Mojo Filters)
(1995)
"Young Boy"
(1997)
"The World Tonight"
(1997)
Flaming Pie track listing

"Young Boy" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the fifth track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. In April 1997, the song was released as the first single from that album, peaking at number 19 in the UK Singles Chart (see 1997 in British music).[1]

Track listing[edit]

  • UK CD 1 CDRS6462
  1. "Young Boy" – 3:54 (with Steve Miller)
  2. "Looking for You" – 4:38 (with Ringo Starr and Jeff Lynne)
  3. "Oobu Joobu" (Part 1) – 9:54
  • UK CD 2 CDR6462
  1. "Young Boy" – 3:54 (with Steve Miller)
  2. "Broomstick" – 5:09 (with Steve Miller)
  3. "Oobu Joobu" (Part 2) – 10:19

Personnel[edit]

B-side information[edit]

"Looking for You" and "Broomstick" are both previously unreleased.

The "Oobu Joobu" tracks are a series of home demos, interviews, and unreleased songs jumbled together into one track. The name is taken from McCartney's Radio program, Oobu Joobu.

  • "Oobu Joobu" (Part 1) contains:
  1. "Some Folks Say Oobu" – 0:25
  2. "Oobu Joobu Main Theme" – 0:30
  3. Fun Packed Radio Show – 0:08
  4. "I Love This House" – 3:41
  5. "Clock Work" – 0:04
  6. Paul talks about "Young Boy" – 3:47
  7. "Oobu Joobu We Love You" – 0:12
  8. "Oobu Joobu Main Theme" – 1:06
  • "Oobu Joobu" (Part 2) contains:
  1. Wide Screen Radio – 0:12
  2. "Oobu Joobu We Love You" – 0:06
  3. "Oobu Joobu Main Theme" – 0:32
  4. Brilliant, What's Next – 0:03
  5. "Atlantic Ocean" – 6:25
  6. Paul Reminisces – 1:24
  7. "Bouree" – 0:23
  8. "Oobu Joobu We Love You" – 0:12
  9. "Oobu Joobu Main Theme" – 1:03

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Official Charts: Paul McCartney". The Official UK Charts Company. Retrieved 2011-10-14. 

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