|A1||Mull Of Kintyre/Girl Schools|
|A2||Maybe I'm Amazed|
|A3||Silly Love Songs|
|A4||Listen To What The Man Said|
|A6||Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey|
|B1||Band On The Run|
|B3||Let 'Em In|
|B6||Live And Let Die|
Paul McCartney and Wings, also known simply as Wings, were an English rock band that recorded many songs during their career. Between 1971 and 1981, they released seven studio albums, one live album, one compilation album, and twenty-seven singles. After their break-up, three more singles, another compilation album, as well as reissues of their original studio albums with added bonus tracks have been released.
Wings Greatest was the first official retrospective of Paul’s post-Beatles career and included many of his single-only releases since 1970 including ‘Live And Let Die’, ‘Hi Hi Hi’ and ‘Mull Of Kintyre’. Despite there being enough hits to fill a double album, the decision was made to slim it down to one disc, even at the expense of a US Number 1, ‘Listen To What The Man Said’. Track 1 performed by Paul McCartney Tracks 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 12 performed by Wings Tracks 4, 6, 10, 11 performed by Paul McCartney & Wings Track 7 performed by Paul & Linda McCartney All tracks composed by McCartney except track 12 composed by McCartney/Laine. All tracks produced by Paul McCartney except track 3 co-produced with George Martin.
A list of the very best songs from every Paul McCartney studio project. True, the former Beatles star went on to notch nine No. 1 songs as a solo star and leader of Wings. In all, he's claimed 23 Top 10 smashes, most recently with "FourFiveSeconds," a 2015 collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West that rose to No. 4. But, a scant four of those big hits made our list. Elsewhere, we delve into treasured deep cuts, forgotten gems and also-ran singles
Mcgear is the forgotten McCartney LP from 1973 that features memorable Paul McCartney melodies and plenty of witty lyrics by his brother Mike McCartney. He only allows his best assets to come to the forefront. In this case his melodic genius shines through. If you’re a McCartney fan, this CD should be in your collection. This CD release contains two more co-written songs that were not on the original vinyl record: Do The Do and Sweet Baby. More or less good fast food for your ears. Here is a great youtube conversation with Mike McGear and towards the end he discusses the making of this album and gives back story on some of the songs.
This album showcased Paul McCartney and Wings at its very best. Thank you. k views · View 37 Upvoters. Related QuestionsMore Answers Below. of the Wings era, yea, there is no question Band on the Run was their high water mark. The more interesting question would be, and one I bet you be hard pressed to find a consensus is, after Band on the Run, what is the best Wings album? Personally, i have always loved Back to the Eg. .if pressed, I’d even say it’s very close to Band on the Run as their best album. Always amazed me at how criticized this album was. 87 views · View 1 Upvoter.
Paul McCartney followed being in one of the biggest bands in history by getting back to basics with pop-rock band Wings - here are the 10 best songs from the band the Beatles could've been. Taken from the triple live album Wings Over America set that chronicled the 1976 US tour, this is a stately in concert delivery of the stand out track from the 1970 McCartney debut solo album. Vocally, Macca rings every inch of emotion out of the pleading lyric and Jimmy McCullough wades in with a quite majestic solo. 2. Band On the Run (1973). The title track from the mega selling and critically acclaimed Band On The Run, this cleverly combines three separate tempos.
Here are the best Paul McCartney albums of all time, ranked from best to worst by the Ranker community. This list includes Paul McCartney's solo albums as well as with Wings and with his experimental electronic music duo The Fireman. Although Paul McCartney is best known for being in the English rock band The Beatles, the multi-talented musician has also achieved critical and commercial success as a solo artist, the frontman for the rock band Wings, and half of the experimental electronic music duo The Fireman. The list includes McCartney's Venus and Mars (1975), Ram (1971) and more.