That Would Be Something
|"That Would Be Something"|
|Song by Paul McCartney|
|from the album McCartney|
|Released||17 April 1970|
|McCartney track listing|
McCartney sings and plays acoustic guitar, bass, electric guitar, tom tom and a cymbal. This song and "Valentine Day" were mixed at Abbey Road Studios on 22 February 1970. McCartney would also record "Every Night" and "Maybe I'm Amazed" the same day. In the song McCartney also performs vocal percussion to simulate a drum kit.
Release and Reception
In a review for the McCartney album, Langdon Winner of Rolling Stone described "That Would Be Something", along with "The Lovely Linda", as having "virtually no verbal or melodic content whatsoever."
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- "That Would Be Something at The SetList Program". setlists.net. Retrieved 1 December 2015.
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