These two songs were recorded at EMI Studios in London:
|Give Ireland Back To The Irish|
|Give Ireland Back To The Irish (version)|
-That same week and before leaving for the University tour on the 9th, the band rehearsed at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London. These rehearsals were filmed and the only songs we know of that were performed are (in order): Lucille, The Mess (several takes), Seaside Woman (2 takes), Give Ireland Back To The Irish, Bip Bop, Wild Life, My Love, Blue Moon of Kentucky and Maybellene.
|Mary Had A Little Lamb|
-an alternate mix of this was released in Germany.
Sessions for the Red Rose Speedway album were recorded at the following London studios: Morgan, Olympic, Trident, Island, A.I.R. and EMI. The songs recorded during this time are:
|Big Barn Bed|
|One More Kiss|
|When The Night|
|Loup (1st Indian On The Moon)|
|Hold Me Tight|
|Hands of Love|
|Mama's Little Girl|
|Country Dreamer -recorded September 26th|
|Live and Let Die -recorded in October|
|Bridge On The River Suite -recorded in October|
|Hi Hi Hi -recorded in November|
|C Moon -recorded in November|
|Seaside Woman -recorded November 27th|
|unknown piano song|
|Thank You Darling|
|Jazz Street -recorded November 27th|
-Get On The Right Thing, Little Lamb Dragonfly and I Lie Around were brought out of the vaults and worked on a bit as well. At this point, Bridge On The River Suite merely consisted of Paul's acoustic guitar part. The unknown instrumental piano based song was recorded during the November sessions and can be heard at the start of the radio commercial promoting Hi Hi Hi. Reportedly a jam of C Moon from Sept. 3rd with John Bonham of Led Zeppelin is said to exist but more definitely, a non-reggae alternate version of the same track does exist. Also sitting in the vaults from this time is an all acoustic first take of One More Kiss.
Red Rose Speedway was originally conceived as a double album. The following tracklisting is taken from the double acetate dated Dec.13 1972:
Big Barn Bed
When The Night
Mama's Little Girl
Loup (1st Indian On The Moon)
I Would Only Smile
One More Kiss
I Lie Around
Little Lamb Dragonfly
Get On The Right Thing
The Mess I'm In
-notice the omission of the medley. 1882 and The Mess I'm In (as it was titled on the LP) were both the live versions from the August tour. I Would Only Smile is re-recording of a 1967 Denny Laine song.
A little tune called Complain To The Queen was improvised during an Amsterdam Interview.
-this was recorded live at The Hague, Netherlands on August 21.
-this was recorded live in Antwerp, Belgium. When this version was planned to be released on the '87 edition of Cold Cuts, it was renamed to Why Do You Treat Me So Bad.
Sometime this year, Paul decided to record another demo for A Love For You even though the song had already been recorded in 1970 during the Ram sessions.