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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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User Review  - JustinTheLibrarian - LibraryThing

Wonderful photos, but the book is rather limiting and dull on the history of Wings. It seems to be told directly from the point of view of McCartney, which offers a one sided deal. I would've liked to ... Read full review

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

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