Paul McCartney is set to re-visit his classic solo album 'RAM' with a full re-issue on May 21st.
More than 40 years after its release, 'RAM' remains a puzzling beast. Viewed at the time as a flop, it nonetheless won a Grammy and spawned the number one single 'Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey'.
The sole album to be credited to Paul & Linda McCartney, the material was constructed in a cottage out in the wilds of the Scottish countryside.
A new re-issue aims to shed light on one of the most enduring yet infuriating elements of Paul McCartney's solo career.
Presented alongside a 112-page book, photo prints, handwritten lyrics and notes, 4 CDs and a bonus film DVD, the upcoming box set, should tell the definitive story of 'RAM'.