Paul McCartney's latest expanded reissue is out now.  This time it's a  revamp of  the 1971  "Ram." Paul says in a post on his website that it's "an album from a long, long time ago, when the world was different." He wrote much of the material for "Ram" at his farm in Scotland.  The former Beatle collaborated on a number of tracks with his then-wife Linda, and "Ram" is the only project formally credited to the couple.  McCartney adds that he really enjoys the album, because "Ram" reminds him of his "hippie days and the free attitude with which it was created."

"Ram" is available digitally, on vinyl, as a special two-disc edition, and as a five-disc deluxe box set. "Ram" is McCartney's fourth special reissue.  It follows the revamped re-releases of "McCartney," "McCartney 2," and the Grammy-winning set "Band on the Run."