Wings - London Town Album
|3||Morse Moose And The Grey Goose||6:27|
|4||Don't Let It Bring You Down||4:34|
|6||I've Had Enough||3:02|
|8||Cafe On The Left Bank||3:25|
|9||With A Little Luck||5:45|
|12||Name And Address||3:07|
|13||Deliver Your Children||4:17|
|PAS 10012, 0C 064-60 521||Wings||London Town (LP, Album)||MPL , MPL||PAS 10012, 0C 064-60 521||UK||1978|
|LSCAP 78011, PAS 10012||Wings||London Town (LP, Album)||Jugoton, MPL||LSCAP 78011, PAS 10012||Yugoslavia||1978|
|8XW-11777, 8XW 11777||Wings||London Town (8-Trk, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||8XW-11777, 8XW 11777||US||1978|
|10 C 062-060521, 10 C 068-060521||Wings||London Town (LP, Album)||MPL , MPL||10 C 062-060521, 10 C 068-060521||Spain||1978|
|PAS 10012||Wings||London Town (CD, Album, Unofficial, Vin)||Not On Label (Wings )||PAS 10012||Russia||Unknown|
- Mastered By – NICK W
- Producer – Paul McCartney
℗ 1978 MPL Communications Ltd./MPL Communications Inc.
© 1978 MPL Communications Ltd.
© 1978 MPL Communications Inc.
© 1978 MPL Communications Inc./Denny Laine Ltd.
Published and administrated by McCartney Music by arrangement with ATV Music Ltd.
This one reads n©b another version London Town reads BIEM + n©b.
- Rights Society: n©b
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): YEX 975
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): YEX 976
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout stamped): YEX 975 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout stamped): YEX 976 Á
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout scratched): NICK W
- Printed By – SIB-Tryck, Tumba
- Pressed By – Skandinaviska Grammophon AB
London Town is the sixth studio album by the BritishAmerican rock group Wings. It was released in March 1978, two years after its predecessor, Wings at the Speed of Sound. The album had a long and tumultuous gestation during which the band's tour plans for 1977 were cancelled, due to Linda McCartney becoming pregnant with her and Paul McCartney's third child and two members of Wings having departed, leaving the band as a trio comprising Paul, Linda and Denny Laine. Recording sessions were held. London Town - Paul McCartney, Wings. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Paul McCartney - Wings: London Town 1978. It was released in March 1978, two years after its predecessor, Wings at the. Покупайте и продавайте винил и компакт-диски, формируйте. London Town is the sixth studio album by Wings, released in 1978. Recording the album was a long and tumultuous project which saw the loss of two band members, the birth of a. London Town generally fared well with the critics and in the charts, reaching 4 in the UK and 2 in the US where it sold over one million copies and went platinum. But after its strong start, it did not have the staying power of Wings previous releases, with subsequent singles Ive Had Enough and the title track becoming small hits. Listen free to Wings London Town London Town - 1993 Digital Remaster, Cafe on the Left Bank - 1993 Digital Remaster and more. 16 tracks 60:45. Released in 1978, London Town is album 6 by rock band Wings. Album 1978 14 Songs. London Town. Rock , 1978. What London Town has in its favor is Wings' or, more likely, McCartney's decision to settle into slick soft rock, relying on glossy, synth-heavy productions as he ratchets up the melodic quotient. This gives the album a distinctly European flavor, a feeling that intensifies when the lyrics are taken into the equation, and this gives London Town a different flavor than almost any other record in his catalog. And if its best moments aren't as strong as McCartney at his best they, along with the album tracks, find him skillfully crafting engagingly light, tuneful songs that charm. Still, London Town stopped short on the album chart, reaching No. 2 McCartneys first album since 1971s Wild Life to not hit the top spot. In addition to With a Little Luck, Ive Had Enough and the title cut were released as singles. Neither was able to break into the Top 20. Wings made one more album, 1979s Back to the Egg a critical and commercial mess that reflected McCartneys growing disinterest in the group, which pretty much had disintegrated midway through London Town s recording anyway. That left McCartney, at the turn of the 80s, open to launch the sec