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With A Little Luck - Wings (2) - London Town (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Zulkikree
    says:
    London Town is the sixth studio album by the British–American rock group Wings. It was released in March , two years after its predecessor, Wings at the Speed of Sound.
  • Gozshura
    says:
    Capitol LP SW Selections are: "LONDON TOWN, CAFE ON THE LEFT BANK, I'M CARRYING, BACKWARDS TRAVELER, CUFF LINK, CHILDREN CHILDREN, GIRLFRIEND, I'VE HAD ENOUGH, WITH A LITTLE LUCK, FAMOUS GROUPIES, DELIVER YOUR CHILDREN, NAME AND ADDRESS, DON'T LET IT BRING YOU DOWN, MORSE MOOSE .
  • Grobar
    says:
    Mar 26,  · 'Mull of Kintyre' was their biggest seller in Australia at the end of , but the 'London Town' LP and the next single 'With A Little Luck' brought Wings .
  • Tojajar
    says:
    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.
  • Nalar
    says:
    Writing, recording and release "With a Little Luck" was written in Scotland and was Wings' follow-up single to the then best-selling UK Single of all time, "Mull of Kintyre."It was recorded in May in the Virgin Islands aboard the boat Fair Carol, which had been fitted with a track studio, for the album London conrefordatosgimafourpnorotamoun.coinfo album, which had the working title Water Wings .
  • Zulujinn
    says:
    Feb 24,  · 01 - London Town 02 - Cafe On The Left Bank 03 - I'm Carrying 04 - Backwards Traveller 05 - Cuff Link 06 - Children Children 07 - Girlfriend 08 - I've Had Enough 09 - With A Little Luck
  • Tygokus
    says:
    London Town is easily the worst album in the Wings discography. Wings albums settle into middle of the road affairs usually, but London Town scrapes the bottom of the barrel from the start. A part of this may be it's , another musical shift was happening in the business, and many of our aging rockers were struggling to find their place.
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