Paul McCartney - Birds On The Wings mp3 album
However, author Vincent Benitz claims the song was written as early as 1970 or 1971, noting that Paul and Linda sang the song during a live interview in New York City in 1971. In Continental Europe it was also released as the B-side of the "Mrs.
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Following his second solo album, Ram, in 1971, ex-Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife Linda formed Wings, which was intended to be a full-fledged recording and touring band. Denny Laine, a former guitarist for the Moody Blues, and drummer Denny Seiwell filled out the lineup and Wings released their . .The new lineup was showcased on the 1974 British single "Junior's Farm" and the 1975 hit album Venus and Mars. Wings at the Speed of Sound followed in 1976, and it was the first Wings record to feature songwriting contributions by the other bandmembers. The album became a monster success on the basis of two McCartney songs, "Silly Love Songs" and "Let 'Em I. Wings supported the album with their first international tour, which broke many attendance records and was captured on the live triple album Wings Over America (1976).
Paul McCartney and Wings photographed in 1974. One will have the original remastered album on one disc and bonus audio of singles, B-sides, and previously unreleased tracks on the second and an 18-page booklet. A second will reconstruct the proposed double album vinyl version on LP for the first time from original acetates and master tapes.
Exclusive Wings Over Europe 96-page photo book with screenprinted cover. Facsimile of the Wings Over Europe 1972 European tour programme.
To this point, the only constants in Paul McCartney's post-Beatles amalgam were wife Linda McCartney and Denny Laine, formerly of the Moody Blues. The addition, however, of guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and drummer Joe English set Wings on a much smoother course through the decade's midpoint. That comfy domesticity didn't lead to music that challenged Band on the Run as Wings' best album, but it emboldened McCartney professionally – and, to a degree, doomed this project. McCartney scheduled his first .
Wild Life is the debut album by Wings and the third studio album by Paul McCartney following the breakup of the Beatles. The album was recorded during July–August 1971 at Abbey Road Studios by McCartney and his wife Linda along with session drummer Denny Seiwell, whom they had worked with on the previous album, Ram, and Denny Laine, formerly of the Moody Blues. It was released by Apple Records on 7 December, in both the UK and US, to lukewarm critical and commercial reaction.
Mcgear is the forgotten McCartney LP from 1973 that features memorable Paul McCartney melodies and plenty of witty lyrics by his brother Mike McCartney. is also at the helm of production with Denny Laine and Linda joining in on the fun. Future Wings guitarist Jimmy McCullogh makes an appearance as well as 10cc’s Eric Stewart who would later co-write with McCartney in the 80‘s. Tracks that warrant your attention immediately are the two numbers penned just by Paul.
|KB Hallen, Copenhagen, Denmark - 1st August 1972|
|1-5||I Would Only Smile|
|1-6||Give Ireland Back To The Irish|
|1-7||Blue Moon Of Kentucky|
|1-11||I Am Your Singer|
|1-14||Say You Don't Mind|
|2-2||Mary Had A Little Lamb|
|2-4||Maybe I'm Amazed|
|2-5||Hi Hi Hi|
|Cine Roma, Antwerp, Belgium - 22nd August 1972|
|2-8||I Am Your Singer|
|2-10||Say You Don't Mind|
|2-12||Give Ireland Back To The Irish|
- Recorded At – KB Hallen
- Recorded At – Cine Roma, Antwerpen