Paul McCartney Original Album Artwork for Give My Regards To Broad Street. Two different inner sleeve artworks.
The Original album artwork For Paul McCartney’s Give My Regards to Broad Street. This artwork is for the Inner Gatefold Sleeves. It is on the original art-board with all original Paste-ups, PMTs handwritten production notes and overlays.
The first piece measures approximately 27×16 inches. It has a separate layout again containing all of the PMTs. These two artworks are the only ones in existence and are the origin for all the subsequent proofs and ultimately the released album.
The 2nd version measures approximately 26 x 15 inches and is on the original CS10 Art Board with all original PMTs Paste-ups overlays and Handwritten production notes.
Production artwork is the rarest of all media and in the modern digital world these artworks no longer exist. it is the origin of all subsequent proofs and ultimately the finished product. The design would likely be altered before production making these versions rare and unreleased.
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Give My Regards to Broad Street is a 1984 British musical drama film directed by Peter Webb. It stars Paul McCartney, Bryan Brown and Ringo Starr. The film covers a fictional day in the life of McCartney, who wrote the film for the screen, and McCartney, Starr and Linda McCartney all appeared as themselves. Despite Give My Regards to Broad Street being unsuccessful, both financially and critically, its soundtrack album sold well. The title is a take on George M. Cohan‘s classic show tune “Give My Regards to Broadway” and makes reference to London’s Broad Street railway station, which would close in 1986.
Filming and recording of Broad Street began in November 1982, after the completion of Pipes of Peace. Production on the album and film continued until July the following year. In the interim, Pipes of Peace and its singles were released, and the film project was thus scheduled for an autumn 1984 release once an appropriate amount of time had passed.
source Wikipedia, read more about the album here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Give_My_Regards_to_Broad_Street_(film)