Venus And Mars (Deluxe Edition) Wings
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- 1Venus And Mars01:18
- 2Rock Show05:33
- 3Love In Song03:04
- 4You Gave Me The Answer02:15
- 5Magneto And Titanium Man03:16
- 6Letting Go04:32
- 7Venus And Mars (Reprise)02:06
- 8Spirits Of Ancient Egypt02:59
- 9Medicine Jar03:37
- 10Call Me Back Again04:59
- 11Listen To What The Man Said04:01
- 12Treat Her Gently - Lonely Old People04:24
- 14Junior's Farm04:23
- 15Sally G03:41
- 16Walking In The Park With Eloise03:09
- 17Bridge On The River Suite03:11
- 18My Carnival04:00
- 19Going To New Orleans (My Carnival)02:07
- 20Hey Diddle03:51
- 21Let's Love02:05
- 23Baby Face01:42
- 24Lunch Box / Odd Sox03:55
- 254th Of July03:49
- 26Rock Show07:09
- 27Letting Go03:34
Info for Venus And Mars (Deluxe Edition)
„Venus and Mars“, originally released in 1975, is the fourth album by Wings. Venus And Mars is an interesting mix of musical styles, punctuated by Paul McCartney's unerring sense of melody and hooky songs. Along with founding members Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney & Denny Laine, recent additions Jimmy McCulloch (ex-Thunderclap Newman) Joe English rounded out the band on guitar and drums respectively. Guests for these sessions (partially recorded at New Orleans' famed Sea Saint Studios) included N'awlins pianist Allen Toussaint, saxophonist Tom Scott and guitarist Dave Mason.
The highlights include the hard-rocking anthem 'Rock Show' (later used to great effect in the Rock For Kampuchea benefit concert five years later) and the gently nostalgic 'You Gave Me The Answer,' Macca's tribute to the sounds of vaudeville introduced to him by his late father. Elsewhere, the mysticism of the French Quarter is embedded within 'Spirits Of Ancient Egypt' while New Orleans' rich R&B tradition is all over the horn-laden 'Call Me Back Again.' The bouncy number one single 'Listen To What The Man Said' also contrasts nicely with the melancholic title track.
Paul McCartney, vocals, bass, guitars, keyboards, piano
Linda McCartney, keyboards, backing vocals
Denny Laine, vocals, guitars, keyboards
Jimmy McCulloch, guitars, vocals
Joe English, drums, percussion
Geoff Britton, drums
Kenneth 'Afro' Williams, congas
Dave Mason, guitar
Tom Scott, saxophone
Allen Toussaint, piano
Recorded from November 1974 at Abbey Road, London, January–April 1975 at Sea Saint, New Orleans, and Wally Heider's Studio, Los Angeles
Engineered by Alan O'Duffy, Geoff Emerick
Produced by Paul McCartney
Digitally remastered by Abbey Road Studios
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