London Town

Album sleeve for Wings' album 'London Town'
Album sleeve for Wings' album 'London Town'
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WINGS - London Town
Release date - 31 March 1978


  1. London Town
  2. Cafe On The Left Bank
  3. I'm Carrying
  4. Backwards Traveller
  5. Cuff Link
  6. Children Children
  7. Girlfriend
  8. I've Had Enough
  9. With A Little Luck
  10. Famous Groupies
  11. Deliver Your Children
  12. Name And Address
  13. Don't Let It Bring You Down
  14. Morse Moose And The Grey Goose

Album Notes

London Town – Wings' seventh album – saw the departure of both Jimmy McCulloch and Joe English from the line-up, Linda’s pregnancy (with James), a song written for Michael Jackson (‘Girlfriend’) and recording one of the biggest-selling singles of all time, ‘Mull of Kintyre’. (Released before the album was completed, the track did not appear on London Town until a 1993 reissue.) Despite its title, the album was recorded in the Virgin Islands, not least because of the weather. The relaxed atmosphere made for a light, pleasingly laidback and hugely melodic album that went on to achieve huge success.

Performed by:
Paul McCartney: Vocal, guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, percussion, violin, flageolet, recorder
Denny Laine: Vocal, guitar, bass, flageolet, recorder, percussion
Linda McCartney: Vocal, keyboards, percussion
Jimmy McCulloch: Guitar, percussion
Joe English: Vocal, drums, percussion, harmonica.
All tracks composed McCartney except
Tracks 1, 6, 11, 13, 14 & 16 composed by McCartney/Laine
Produced by Paul McCartney
Engineer: Geoff Emerick
Assistant Engineers: Pete Henderson, Mark Vigars, Steve Churchyard
All tracks published by MPL Communications Ltd.

We thought of recording 'London Town' in the Virgin Islands on the basis, I think, that it was warmer there. There wasn’t a studio but we took mobile equipment and installed it on a boat – it was as good as being in a proper studio, but if you wanted to have a break you could dive off the side for a swim! In a typical day we’d swim, have breakfast, sunbathe a while, just like you do on holiday, and then putter across in the dinghy to the other boat and make some music for a few hours.