McCartney, Paul & Wings: Venus & Mars

McCartney, Paul & Wings: Venus & Mars

McCartney, Paul & Wings: Venus & Mars

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Venus & Mars
Artist: McCartney, Paul & Wings
Label: Capitol
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 602557567632
Genre: Rock

Limited 180gm vinyl LP repressing. Venus and Mars is the fourth studio album by Wings. Released in 1975 as the follow-up to the successful Band on the Run, Venus and Mars continued Wings' string of success and would prove a springboard for a year-long worldwide tour. It was Paul McCartney's first post-Beatles album to be released worldwide on the Capitol Records label. After recording Band on the Run (1973) as a three-piece with wife Linda and guitarist Denny Laine, McCartney added Jimmy McCulloch on lead guitar and Joe English on drums to the Wings line-up. Album sessions proved to be productive, not only finishing the entire album, but also several additional songs, including future McCartney B-sides. McCartney also decided to link the songs together much like the Beatles had on Abbey Road to give the album a more continuous feel. Wings' interpretation of the theme to Crossroads, a British soap opera, was sometimes used to end the show in place of the regular theme tune, usually when there was a cliffhanger ending with a hint of sadness involved.

1.1 Venus and Mars 1:19
1.2 Rock Show 5:33
1.3 Love in Song 3:04
1.4 You Gave Me the Answer 2:15
1.5 Magneto and Titanium Man 3:16
1.6 Letting Go 4:32
2.1 Venus and Mars (Reprise) 2:06
2.2 Spirits of Ancient Egypt 2:59
2.3 Medicine Jar 3:37
2.4 Call Me Back Again 4:59
2.5 Listen to What the Man Said 4:00
2.6 Treat Her Gently - Lonely Old People 4:20
2.7 Crossroads 1:03
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