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looking back, i underappreciated these folks in the angst of the breakup of the beatles.
this song 1985 recorded in the 70s by paul. it does not sound like them in my musty memory but there they/he is/are
) is a song by Paul McCartney and Wings. Recorded in 1973, this tune is the climactic track ...
pretty much anything from Band on the Run
Song: "Band on the Run"
Arist: Paul McCartney
Album: Band on the Run
Full album version of the song.
As I wax nostalgic and reminisce about my misguided youth ... did I mention pretty much anything from Band on the Run?
Paul McCartney and wings singing "Let me Roll It"
Hope you like it. And COMMENT!!!! Thanks! =D
Paul's cover of the Moody Blues' "Go Now" (with Denny Laine of course) on "Wings Over America."
Also the 45 with "Mull of Kintyre" on the A side and "Girls School" on the B. Both included on the '93 reissue of "London Town."
Finally, anything on Paul's self-entitled album.
Wonderful, wonderful memories. Bless you OP!
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