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8 thoughts on “ I Am Your Singer - Paul & Linda McCartney - Wings Wild Life (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Wings debut album and probably the least we'll known. The title tune Wild Life is dedicated to the McCartney's fight against animal cruelty, but ist is a good tune. This album is purposely left unpolished compared to the following Wings albums that came afterwards, but that also contributes to its charm/5(22).
  2. Wild Life () Mumbo, Bip Bop, Love Is Strange, Wild Life, Some People Never Know, I Am Your Singer, Tomorrow, Dear Friend Bip Bop Link, Mumbo Link, Give Ireland Back to the Irish, Mary Had a Little Lamb, Little Woman Love, Mama's Little Girl.
  3. Wild Life, again, is simple but powerful and has grown on me over the years owing to the heartfelt lyrics (not always a given for Macca) and vocals. I Am Your Singer received a slagging when released, primarily for Linda’s vocals but, again, has an indie feel to it .
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Wild Life - Wings, Paul McCartney, Paul McCartney & Wings on AllMusic - - The irony of the first Wings album .
  5. Wild Life, the debut album from Wings was originally released December and is the eleventh release in the Paul McCartney Archive Collection, personally supervised by Paul McCartney. Written by Paul and Linda McCartney (with the exception of a cover of Mickey & Sylvia's ‘Love Is Strange’), Wild Life is beloved by fans for its raw and direct vibe - having been recorded in just over.
  6. The irony of the first Wings album is that it seems more domesticated than Ram, feeling more like a Paul 'n' Linda effort than that record. Perhaps it's because this album is filled with music that's defiantly lightweight -- not just the cloying cover of "Love Is Strange" but two versions apiece of songs called "Mumbo" and "Bip Bop.".
  7. Wild Life is the debut album by Wings and the third studio album by Paul McCartney since the breakup of the Beatles. The album was recorded during July–August at Abbey Road Studios by McCartney and his wife Linda along with session drummer Denny Seiwell, who they had worked with on the previous album, Ram, and Denny Laine, formerly of.
  8. The albums Ram () and Band on the Run () are now regarded as twin peaks in at least the early part of Paul McCartney's post-Beatles career. Sandwiched between those peaks are Wild Life () and Red Rose Speedway (), albums that since their release have been regarded as, to put it mildly, lesser efforts.. Ram was credited to Paul and Linda McCartney, but Wild Life inaugurated a.

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