In 1968, The Beatles returned from India with a pile of new songs, many of which didn’t make the cut for The White Album or Abbey Road.
In 1970, they all started solo albums with some of their backlogged songs.
Junk was released that year on McCartney, his first solo album and one where he played just about all the instruments.
Junk is a short ditty with a few verses that was also done instrumentally under the title Singalong Junk.
This lesson takes a brief look at what Sir Paul did on the guitar behind the vocals.
It is mostly his typical light strumming style, as also found in Rocky Raccoon and Mother Nature’s Son.