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CK Retro Review: London Town by Wings

As a general rule, when Paul McCartney was forced to take most of the burden on himself the create a Wings record, the resulting record turned out to be better than the group’s more democratic efforts. 997 more words

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CK Retro Review: Wings At The Speed Of Sound by Wings

By attempting to prove that Wings was a band of equals, Paul McCartney inadvertently ensured that the world knew just the opposite was true. 1976’s… 753 more words

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1564 Say You Don't Mind - Denny Laine (1967)

This song was written by Denny Laine. It was first recorded by him in 1967. It was released as Denny Laine’s debut solo single. The B-side was… 85 more words


CK Retro Review: Venus And Mars by Wings

It’s never a good sign when an album is more well-known for the tour it spawned than for the music contained on it. And Paul McCartney’s decision to allow some of his fellow Wings to take the lead might have helped band harmony, but it didn’t help the quality of 1975’s… 806 more words

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CK Retro Review: Band On The Run by Paul McCartney & Wings

The making of Paul McCartney & Wings 1973 album Band On The Run featured a little bit of everything: band departures, exotic locales, theft, health scares. 955 more words

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CK Retro Review: "Wild Life" by Wings

The idea of an off-the-cuff, no-frills album first enchanted Paul McCartney in the late-60’s, which led to The Beatles bickering their way through Let It Be… 619 more words

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One Song Three Versions, Three Eras

Love the last when he’s much older. Never thought of his resemblance with Julian Lennon.

The first version is with Denny Laine still in Moody Blues. 124 more words

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