album notes

Wings Greatest was the first official retrospective of Paul’s post-Beatles career and included many of his single-only releases since 1970 including ‘Live And Let Die’, ‘Hi Hi Hi’ and ‘Mull Of Kintyre’. Despite there being enough hits to fill a double album, the decision was made to slim it down to one disc, even at the expense of a US Number 1, ‘Listen To What The Man Said’. The album was trailed by a TV advert featuring actors pretending to be members of the public, mouthing along to lyrics from various Wings songs, before Linda, Paul and Denny join a dustman on Abbey Road for a run through of ‘Band on the Run’. 

Track 1 performed by Paul McCartney
Tracks 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 12 performed by Wings
Tracks 4, 6, 10, 11 performed by Paul McCartney & Wings
Track 7 performed by Paul & Linda McCartney
All tracks composed by McCartney except track 12 composed by McCartney/Laine.
All tracks produced by Paul McCartney except track 3 co-produced with George Martin.
All tracks published by MPL Communications Ltd except
Track 3 published by MPL Communications Ltd / EMI United Partnership Ltd

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