Paul McCartney And Wings - Songs


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Paul McCartney is the famous co-founder of both the Beatles and the Wings. His best known songs include "Another Day" (1971, Paul McCartney solo), "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" (1971, Paul & Linda McCartney), "Band On The Run" (1974, Paul McCartney & Wings), and "Silly Love Songs" (1976, Wings). McCartney was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1999, making him one of very few artists to be inducted twice either individually or as part of a group (the Beatles were inducted in 1988).

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Paul McCartney

Paul and Linda McCartney

  • Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey     1971
    (This unusual song, which topped the charts, consists of two parts. The first half, which is more somber, features many sound effects such as a thunderstorm, a telephone ringing, and beachside noises. In the second half, which is more upbeat, Linda McCartney's voice can be heard clearly.)

Wings

Paul McCartney And Wings

  • Band On The Run     1974
    (This song topped the charts.)

  • Helen Wheels     1973

  • Jet     1974

  • Junior's Farm     1974

  • My Love     1973
    (This song topped both the Adult Contemporary and Pop/Rock charts and later also became a hit for Margie Joseph (1974).)

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