In the 1970's, Paul McCartney's Wings had a hard act to follow, the Beatles, but brought us what many have described as the purest rock music of the decade - that brief period after music stopped selling revolution and before it began selling pierced navel rings. Wings was huge: the group had more No 1 singles (six) than the Stones, Eagles or three other ex-Beatles combined. This is an intimate scrapbook charting how the band grew and became one of the biggest-selling acts of the 70s. At the same time Paul and his wife Linda, a fellow band member, were raising a family, and the book is a personal record of the Wings' beginnings after the break-up of the world's most famous group through to the very end of that decade. Apart from the insight into the dynamics of a hugely popular band, it reminds the reader of some of the songs and how they were written, recorded and performed: "Band on the Run", "Mull of Kintyre", "Maybe I'm Amazed", "Jet" and "Junior's Farm".
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Sir Paul McCartney - co-founder of The Beatles and Wings and the creator of so much more - has been one of the most recognisable people on the planet for nearly 40 years.Review:
In large size Z format with 150 photographs by Linda McCartney, here is the definitive celebration of the 1970s band, Wings, by its founder. An intimate scrapbook that offers an insight into the dynamics of a hugely popular band that reminds readers of some wonderful songs and how they were written, recorded and performed.
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Descripción Little, Brown & Company, 2002. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0316860328