28 Songs, 1 Hour 55 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Paul McCartney’s 1975–76 U.S. tour with Wings was the first chance many Americans got to see a solo Beatle play live. The sense of occasion is palpable, especially when McCartney plays affecting versions of Beatles ballads “Blackbird” and “Yesterday.” The versatility of the musicians—including multi-instrumentalist Denny Laine and a buoyant horn section—is obvious in their ability to translate everything from soaring ballads (“Maybe I’m Amazed,” “My Love”) to widescreen pop extravaganzas (“Live and Let Die,” “Band on the Run”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Paul McCartney’s 1975–76 U.S. tour with Wings was the first chance many Americans got to see a solo Beatle play live. The sense of occasion is palpable, especially when McCartney plays affecting versions of Beatles ballads “Blackbird” and “Yesterday.” The versatility of the musicians—including multi-instrumentalist Denny Laine and a buoyant horn section—is obvious in their ability to translate everything from soaring ballads (“Maybe I’m Amazed,” “My Love”) to widescreen pop extravaganzas (“Live and Let Die,” “Band on the Run”).

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