London Town is the sixth studio album by the British–American rock group Wings. It was released in March 1978, two years after its predecessor, Wings at the Speed of Sound. The album had a long and tumultuous gestation during which the band's tour plans for 1977 were cancelled, due to Linda McCartney falling pregnant with her and Paul McCartney's third child, and two members of Wings departed, leaving the band as a trio comprising Paul, Linda and Denny Laine.
Paul McCartney - Wings: London Town (1978).
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A few time before the closing sessions of London Town, Paul issues Mull Of Kintyre as a single. This title, written with the help of Denny Laine, will not be included in the final album. This song is a beautiful ballad about the scottish peninsula of Kintyre and it's probably the biggest hit performed by Wings. The recording sessions take place in Paul's scottish farm in August 1977. During these sessions, Paul is helped by a local scottish group, the Campbeltown Pipes Band, who plays all those fine and famous bagpipes lines in the song. Recording session of Mull Of Kintyre.
London Town (Wings album), London Town is the sixth studio album by Wings, released in 1978 The album had a long and tumultuous gestation which saw the loss of two band me. In February 1977, Wings began recording sessions at Abbey Road Studios, which continued until the end of March Here, Wings recorded five songs: "Girls' School", "Name and Address", "London Town", "Children, Children" and Linda McCartney's "B-Side to Seaside", later issued as the flip-side of the Wings single "Seaside Woman" issued under the name "Suzy and the Red Stripes" The initial.
Wings London Town Songbook. Author: Paul McCartney. Publication Date: 1978. The official Album Songbook to accompany Wings' seventh album – London Town, had an interesting gestation, which involved the departure of two members, a pregnancy, writing a song for Michael Jackson (Girlfriend) and recording one of the biggest selling singles of all time in the shape of Mull of Kintyre (released before the album was completed, the single only appears on London Town in. the 1993 reissue version). Despite its title, the album was recorded in the Virgin Islands, not least because of the weather. MPL Communications Ltd.
Album Name London Town. Data de aparición Marzo 1978. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum14. 2. Cafe on the Left Bank.
|Record Plant Mobile Studio - 1st-31st May 1977|
|1||London Town (Promotional Edit Stereo Version)|
|2||Cafe On The Left Bank (Rough Mix)|
|3||I'm Carrying (Rough Mix)|
|4||I've Had Enough (Rough Mix)|
|5||With A Little Luck (Rough Mix)|
|6||With A Little Luck (Promotional Edit Stereo Version)|
|7||Famous Groupies (Rough Mix)|
|8||Deliver Your Children (Rough Mix)|
|9||Don't Let It Bring You Down (Rough Mix)|
|10||Morse Moose & Grey Goose (Instrumental Rough Mix)|
|11||Mull Of Kintyre (Promotional Edit Version)|
|12||Girl's School (Promotional Commercial Edit Version)|
|13||Find A Way Somehow (Unreleased)|
|Spirit Of Ranachan Studio - August 1977|
|14||Waterspout (Studio Demo)|
|15||Backward Traveller (Studio Demo)|
|16||After You've Gone (Studio Demo)|
|17||Boil Crisis (Studio Demo)|
|18||Jamaican Hilite (Studio Demo)|
|19||Mull Of Kintyre (Instrumental Studio Demo)|
|20||Mull Of Kintyre (Studio Demo)|
|mccd 04||Wings||London Town Sessions (CD, Unofficial)||Misterclaudel||mccd 04||2003|
|HEN 131||Wings||London Town Sessions (CD, RE, Unofficial, Dig)||The Home(r) Entertainment Network||HEN 131||Europe||Unknown|