"A grand psychedelic ramble full of divine melodies and orchestral frippery" (Rolling Stone), Paul's second post-Beatles album has been newly remastered. The 1971 release is filled with treats like the whimsical two-part suite "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey," the full-on rocker "Monkberry Moon Delight," and the sweetly salacious "Eat at Home."
"A celebration of the life he and Linda had on their remote Scottish farm. Critics in 1971 didn't treasure frothy japes about dogs and funny old uncles, but Ram teems with daftness and brilliance. 'Dear Boy,' often taken as a snipe at John Lennon, turns out to be a thumb of the nose at Linda's first husband. 'The Back Seat of My Car' is the resident classic, but even a giddy turn such as 'Long Haired Lady' builds to a majestic refrain."—The Mail, London
"Ram sounds ahead of its time—how many indie rockers could pull off such a daffy masterpiece?"—Rolling Stone
"A record that celebrates small pleasures with big melodies, a record that's guileless and unembarrassed … which seems like a more unique, exquisite pleasure with each passing year."—All Music Guide