I'm not really sure how much interest is out there in a new Paul McCartney album. Still beloved, still a huge concert draw, this release will be greatly overshadowed by the new Beatles collection, Live At The BBC Vol. 2. But as for an audience for new stuff, it's probably down to the die-hards. In the meantime, Canada's top albums chart boasts such winners as the new Cher and a Christmas album from the Duck Dynasty people.But really folks, this is Paul McCartney making an excellent Paul McCartney album. It's full of catchy songs, quirky production, lively vocals, playful lyrics, and great melodies. Most of all, it's inventive. Nobody knows more about putting together a pop song, and finding new and fun ways to liven them up. The entire texture of a song can change in the middle, including all the instruments, the key, the way he's singing, yet fit perfectly. Of course, he learned much of this back in The Beatle days, and continued it into the 70's, with early solo works such as Ram and Band On The Run. All those different McCartney voices, such as the rockin' Wings one, the gentle ballad crooner, the funny bluesy guy, he can switch to at will, and it keeps you on your toes as he goes from one to another.