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Paul and Linda McCartney with Denny Laine of Wings (right) recording in London in 1974

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The Moody Blues - "Go Now" was made popular in 1964 when English beat group from Birmingham named The Moody Blues recorded with Denny Laine on guitar and lead vocals. When Denny Laine first heard Bessie Banks's version, he immediately told the rest of the band that they needed to record the song. The song reached #1 in the UK 1965 and #10 in the US. A short film clip used to promote the single used a striking visual style that pre-dated Queen's similar Bohemian Rhapsody video by a full…

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Paul McCartney's Wings in the 1970s – in pictures

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Photographs of Linda McCartney capture the Beatles, Jagger, McQueen

Paul McCartney appears to be flying while diving into a swimming pool on vacation in Jamaica in 1971. He wrote the song 'Bluebird', apparently inspired by the act of 'flying,' with Linda and Denny Laine providing background harmony

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Paul McCartney admits Wings 'weren't very good', recalls post-Beatles struggle

Paul McCartney has spoken openly about his past music experiences. In an interview for BBC Radio 4's Mastertapes, the Beatles legend described his follow-up project Wings as "terrible." The musician formed Wings with his then-wife Linda in 1971, a mere year after The Beatles' final album Let It Be. Denny Seiwell and former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine comprised the band that went on to release seven albums including Band on the Run (1973) and London Town (1978).

Paul McCartney & Wings - Band on the Run - This was Wing's 3rd album, released in 1973.. One of my favourite albums ever!

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Unseen photographs of Paul and Linda McCartney have been unveiled

Wings pose for a casino-inspired photo in 1974 (pictured Linda McCartney, Denny Laine, Sir...

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