McCartney III is first of all a logical continuation both in its conception and in its spirit since it shares a little the fusion of the first 2 volumes with this Art Rock / Art Pop aesthetic on an eclectic direction. The album doesn't show an unimaginable technicality and complexity, but many passages impress me when you think that he made it entirely on his own. A fascinating experience for a great man whose career now spans more than 60 years, who will make you see it in all its colours, without ever losing its interest and coherence. Sincerely Paul McCartney exudes an incredible form that shows his full confidence in his own project, a delicate thing to happen after decades of continuing works that have received horrible reviews when released. Instead McCartney moves forward unashamedly, offering warm instrumentation and melancholy melodies that always have the gift of having a formidable effect. Of course there is a certain hindsight, but McCartney doesn't seem like the "legend" that many people expect him to be, which would have given us one more album. On the contrary, McCartney as very strong and never decreases in intensity on 11 rigorously chosen songs that fit together like pieces of a puzzle. McCartney III is therefore launched first of all by Long Tailed Winter Bird, is a virtuoso race like a train running at full speed, approaching the folklore of oriental sounds like the legends of American Primitivism at the end of the 50s / beginning of the 60s like Sandy Bull or John Fahey. This perfectly mastered introduction is a symbol of the freedom that McCartney has all along the project, without artistic pressure, confident in his abilities. It is immediately consolidated by a handful of songs alternating in rhythmic and groovy ballads that are particularly effective and well written. And then there is Deep Deep Feeling, a sensational song lasting more than 8 minutes, a real Art Rock lesson. Finally when you analyse this album, apart from the introduction which is very different from the rest, Deep Deep Feeling brings out everything you find throughout, that is to say good catchy doses alternating between Rock and R&B, an invigorating electrification and some risk-taking experimentation which gives depth. To conclude I am really seduced by this new album, there is nothing to throw away and on the contrary there are even some very nice surprises. I will never be able to thank you for what you have done before, so I will try to do it now for this one.