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Bulfinch, 2002 - Art - 175 pages
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Wingspan is an intimate scrap-book charting how Paul McCartney's band, Wings, became one of the biggest-selling acts of the 1970s with memorable hits like "Band on the Run," "My Love," "With a little Luck," "Live and Let Die," "Junior's Farm," "Jet," and many others. At the same time, Paul and his wife, Linda, a fellow band member, were raising a family at home and on the road. This book is a personal record of Wing's beginnings after the break up of the world's most celebrated rock group, the Beatles, through to the 1980s.

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Sir Paul McCartney is one of the most admired contemporary poets and songwriters. He lives in England.

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