Paul McCartney
Wings Over America =3LP=

  3 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

(1976) 2019 EU reissue 180g vinyl 3LP= Wings Over America is a faithful account of the Paul McCartney & Wings 1975-76 world tour, taped at several of the US shows. In addition to Wings' classics like "Live and Let Die," "My Love," and "Let Em In," the col

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Release date: 08-09-2019(Originally released in 1976)

2019 EU reissue 180g vinyl 3LP= A Selected from ninety hours of recordings, Wings Over America is a faithful account of the Paul McCartney & Wings 1975-76 world tour, taped at several of the US shows.

Originally released in 1976, Wings Over America remains one of very few live albums to reach #1 in America (incidentally, the band's fifth #1 album in a row). In addition to Wings' classics like "Live and Let Die," "My Love," and "Let Em In," the collection includes McCartney solo material like "Maybe I'm Amazed" and for the first time since the Beatles broke up six years prior, songs such as "Lady Madonna," "The Long and Winding Road," "Blackbird," and "Yesterday."

For the tour, Paul McCartney brought with him one of the most sophisticated and dazzling rock shows of the mid-'70s (it was a time when nobody worried about extravagance or expense) and the band would eventually perform to more than 600,000 people at 31 shows in the US and Canada, ending with three mind-bending nights at The Forum in Los Angeles. It’s no exaggeration to say that the demand that greeted Paul McCartney & Wings (Linda McCartney, Joe English, Denny Laine and Jimmy McCulloch) in the spring of 1976 as they embarked on what would become their one and only North American tour was overwhelming.

Having released four consecutive chart busting albums including Red Rose Speedway, Band on the Run, Venus and Mars and Wings at the Speed of Sound – not to mention 1973’s Academy Award-winning James Bond theme "Live and Let Die" – Paul’s solo career was in full flight...and having not performed in the States for 10 years either solo or with The Beatles, excitement had reached fever pitch. Now Paul gives fans the chance to be able to immerse themselves in a concert that is destined to live forever!

Chart-Topping 1976 Concert Album from Paul McCartney & Wings Features Wings Classics, McCartney Solo Cuts, and Beatles Material Played for First Time Since Fab Four Broke Up

Tracks:
LP1
A1.  Venus And Mars / Rock Show / Jet
A2.  Let Me Roll It
A3.  Spirits of Ancient Egypt
A4.  Medicine Jar
B1.  Maybe I'm Amazed
B2.  Call Me Back Again
B3.  Lady Madonna
B4.  The Long and Winding Road
B5.  Live and Let Die
LP2
A1.  Picasso's Last Words (Drink To Me)
A2.  Richad Cory
A3.  BlueBird
A4.  I've Just Seen a Face
A5.  Blackbird
A6.  Yesterday
B1.  You Gave Me the Answer
B2.  Magneto and Titanium Man
B3.  Go Now
B4. My Love
B5. Listen To What the Man Said
LP3
A1.  Let 'Em In
A2.  Time To Hide
A3.  Silly Love Songs
A4.  Beware My Love
B1.  Letting Go
B2.  Band On the Run
B3.  Hi, Hi, Hi
B4.  Soily

Rare #1-charting triple live album, Wings Over America is a document of one the most sophisticated and dazzling rock shows of the 1970s or any decade.

Discs: 3
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Concord
Originally released: 1976
This release: 2014
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