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Wings - Back To The Egg Album

Wings - Back To The Egg Album Performer: Wings
Album: Back To The Egg
Country: Saudi Arabia
Style: Pop Rock
Label: IMD
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: IMD-6407
Size FLAC: 2357 mb.
Size MP3: 1775 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 276
Record Source: Cassette, Album, Unofficial Release




Tracklist


1Old Siam, Sir
2To You
3 Over Easy
4Getting Closer
5Baby's Request
6Winter Rose / Love Awake
7So Glad To See You Here
8We're Open Tonight
9Reception
10Spin It On
11The Broadcast
12 Sunny Side Up
13Arrow Through Me
14After The Ball / Million Miles
15Rockestra Theme
16Again And Again And Again


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PCTC 257, 0C 064-62 799Wings Back To The Egg ‎(LP, Album)MPL , MPL PCTC 257, 0C 064-62 799UK1979
0777 7 89136 2 7Wings Back To The Egg ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Parlophone, MPL 0777 7 89136 2 7Netherlands1993
8E 072 62799Wings Back To The Egg ‎(LP, Album)MPL 8E 072 62799Portugal1979
PCTC 257Wings Back To The Egg ‎(LP, Advance, Promo)ParlophonePCTC 257UK1979
FCT 36057Wings Back To The Egg ‎(Cass, Album, Dol)Columbia, MPL FCT 36057US1979


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Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей to the Egg is the seventh studio album by the British-American band Wings. Back to the Egg is the seventh and final studio album by the BritishAmerican rock band Wings, released in June 1979 on Columbia Records in America their first for the label, and on Parlophone in the UK. Co-produced by Chris Thomas, the album reflects band leader Paul McCartney's embracing of contemporary musical trends such as new wave and punk, and marked the arrival of new Wings members Laurence Juber and Steve Holley. Back to the Egg adopts a loose conceptual theme around the idea of a working. Back to the Egg is the seventh and final studio album by the British-American band Wings, released in 1979 on Columbia Records in America, and on Parlophone in the UK. Co-produced by Chris Thomas, the album reflects band leader Paul McCartneys embracing of contemporary musical trends such as new wave and punk, and marked the arrival of new Wings members Laurence Juber and Steve Holley. The group disbanded early the following year. Paul McCartney - Wings: Back To The Egg 1979. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Back to the Egg , and Wings themselves, crash lands with the prosaic swing-band pastiche Baby's Request. Songs like Honey Pie from the Beatles' 1968 self-titled opus, or even You Gave Me the Answer from 1975's Venus and Mars , might have once felt charmingly retro. Not anymore. By 1979, this sound was hopelessly, devastatingly old-timey - and, of course, the opposite of what this album at one point seemed to be trying to do. Wings would manage one more huge hit, scoring their sixth U. 1 with a live version of the McCartney II track &quo. Back To The Egg was the ninth and final studio album by Wings, the band having acquired two new members in guitarist Laurence Juber and drummer Steve Holly. The album saw Paul work alongside producer Chris Thomas, who had trained as a producer during recording of The Beatles' 1968 eponymous classic the White Album. Recorded for the Back To The Egg sessions, though not included on the final album, was the eventual hit single Goodnight Tonight. Rock Classic Rock. Songs in album Wings - Back To The Egg 1979. Wings - Reception. Listen free to Wings Back To The Egg Reception, Getting Closer and more. 14 tracks 41:49. This was the final album to be released by Wings. It is basically a concept album designed to show Wings versatility and ability to bounce back. Back to the Egg provides the final, obvious answer: no one. After ten Capitol albums with wife Linda, stalwart Denny Laine and various incarnations of Wings, McCartney jumped to Columbia last year in a multimillion-dollar deal that many thought would represent a new era for him musically. Despite the addition of Steve Holly on drums and Laurence Juber on guitar, Back to the Egg is just about the sorriest grab bag of dreck in recent memory. Herewith, a sample of the words from the single, Getting Closer : Im getting closer, my SalamanderWhen will we be there Oh no, dont answer