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Brung To Ewe By…

Released at the Same Time as RAM…

  1. Get It Together Man + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  2. On A Fishing Boat + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  3. You Know What I Mean + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  4. Ram Ram…boogie + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  5. Rama Rama… + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  6. We’ve Got To Get This Album Together Man + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  7. Snatch Of ‘Uncle Albert’ + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  8. Snatch Of ‘Ram On’ + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  9. ‘Ram’ with sounds of sheep + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  10. ‘Ram On’ and sheep noises
  11. On A Fishing Boat + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  12. Ram Ram + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  13. What Is This, This Is Work Woman + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  14. Paul Rambling In Scottish Accent + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  15. Very Short Clips Of Tracks + Now Hear This Song Of Mine
  16. Please Don’t Bring My Banjo Back

“Brung To Ewe By” was a promotional 12″ disc composed of fifteen different introductions of 30 seconds or 60 seconds to the tracks of the 1971 album “Ram“. It’s not clear what the sixteenth track is about.

The radio spots on the ‘Brung To Ewe By’ disc consist of spoof interview segments, snippets of songs from the album, Paul and Linda shouting “Ram!” in various accents backed by bleating sheep, all strung together by the recurring jingle.

Several variations of the jingle appear, all with a piano and drum backing, with Paul singing the lines: “Now…hear this song of mine, Now hear this”. All of this madness undoubtedly encouraged people to flock out and buy the album. Fourteen of those fifteen jingles contains part of a song titled “Now Hear This Song Of Mine“.

There were two accompanying letters to this disc.

Dear DJ:Here are some introductions you might like to use before RAM album tracks. We made them while we were doing RAM, and they’re designed to play straight into an album track, or out of it for that matter. Anyway, if you’d enjoy using them, we’d enjoy having you.

Ram On! Paul & Linda McCartney

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