Were Open Tonight - Paul McCartney & Wings* - Eggs Up (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Eggs Up By Paul McCartney & Wings • Unofficial album This image is a cover of an audio recording, and the copyright for it is most likely owned by either the publisher of the work or the artist(s) which produced the recording or cover artwork in question.
  2. 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 (). After the tour was completed, Wings rested a bit during , as McCartney released an instrumental version of Ram under the name Thrillington, and produced Denny Laine 's solo.
  3. Back To The Egg was the ninth and final studio album by Wings, the band having acquired two new members in guitarist Laurence Juber and drummer Steve Holly. The album saw Paul work alongside producer Chris Thomas, who had trained as a producer during recording of The Beatles' eponymous classic (the White Album). Recorded for the Back To The Egg sessions, though not .
  4. The packaging is set up to be identical to the original album, so that you're taking the CD out of it's "album jacket" just as you would the vinyl album. The sound quality is excellent. McCartney has been reissuing his older albums as newly remastered releases, but with recent reissues coming up of "McCartney II" () and "Tug Of War" ( /5().
  5. Paul McCartney & WINGS "Eggs Up (The alternate Back To The Egg album)" CAGE RECORDS MADE IN ENGLAND - - AS VERY LIMITED EDITION! This is an alternate Back To The Egg album, probably produced as a promo sample. It includes some masters versions from the final album, some alternate takes and an unreleased song.
  6. Paul McCartney's third No.1 solo album has had a murky history on CD – first turning up in with three bonus tracks on a disc that had only OK audio. Then DCC Compact Classics in the USA put out "Venus And Mars" on an Audiophile version in - followed years later by a 'DTS Entertainment' Digital Multichannel Surround Sound version Reviews:
  7. Dec 22,  · is sung by Paul McCartney and Wings. McCartney wrote it as the theme to Heaven Can Wait (), but Warren Beatty decided not to use it. Allan Arkush, the Ramones' manager, then swung a deal whereby he was able to use the song for only $ provided McCartney did not receive screen credit." Source: Rock 'n' Roll High School () - Trivia - IMDb.
  8. Wings Over America is available on limited edition colour vinyl (LP1 - transparent red, LP2 - transparent green, LP3 - transparent blue), 3 x g black vinyl (all LPs include the original souvenir poster), 2 CD and digital formats. TRACK LISTINGS: Amoeba Gig (CD) 1. Drive My Car 2. Only Mama Knows 3. Dance Tonight 4. C Moon 5. The Long And.

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