Wings (band)

Core members of Wings, Linda McCartney, Paul McCartney and Denny Laine.

Wings was a pop-rock band led by Paul McCartney, formed after the dissolution of the Beatles.

Before Wings

See Paul McCartney.

The Wings years

Late in 1971, drummer Denny Seiwell, and ex-Moody Blues guitarist and singer Denny Laine, joined Paul McCartney and wife Linda McCartney to record Paul's third post-Beatles project. The result was Wild Life, the first project to credit "Wings". (The band name is said to have come to McCartney as he was praying in the hospital while Linda was giving birth to their eldest child Stella McCartney.)

In 1972 McCartney returned to touring, mounting an impromptu tour of UK universities and small European venues (with the group literally driving around in a van), playing no Beatles numbers. He scored hits with the relatively light singles "Mary Had A Little Lamb" and "Hi Hi Hi" (the latter getting in trouble with the BBC for alleged drug references).

In early 1973, McCartney repeated this pattern, adding ex-Spooky Tooth guitarist Henry McCullough, and re-christening the band "Paul McCartney and Wings" for the album Red Rose Speedway which yielded the first big Wings hit, the romantic ballad "My Love". That same year, McCartney filmed his first American TV special James Paul McCartney, which was savagely criticised by noted rock journalist Lillian Roxon. Wings also recorded the hit theme song to the James Bond film Live and Let Die, which reunited McCartney with producer George Martin. Over the years this has remained one of the most memorable of all Bond songs, and is always an exciting part of McCartney's concert performances (often played to fireworks).

Following the release of Speedway, Denny Seiwell and Henry McCullough left the band, leaving the McCartneys and Denny Laine to cut their next album at EMI's recording studio in Lagos, Nigeria, recording what turned out to be their breakthrough album, Band on the Run.

The album went to #1 and spawned a half-dozen hit singles including the rockers "Jet" and "Helen Wheels", the acoustic ballad "Bluebird", the title track -- a suite of movements recalling side 2 of Abbey Road -- and the rocky non-album single "Junior's Farm". Moreover Band on the Run enjoyed a very positive critical reception, and did much to restore McCartney's somewhat damaged post-Beatles image. It also included two songs, "Let Me Roll It" and "Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five", thought to be answer songs to "How Do You Sleep?", John Lennon's earlier scathing attack on McCartney.

Band on the Run was followed by similarly successful albums Venus and Mars (1975), which was recorded in New Orleans, and Wings at the Speed of Sound (1976), recorded in Nashville, both of which took top chart positions. Also during this period, Wings embarked on a hugely successful and theatrical world tour, documented in the triple-live LP set Wings Over America, which included a late 1975 tour of Australia, McCartney's first visit there since the Beatles' epoch-making Antipodean tour in June, 1964. McCartney still mostly shied away from the Beatles catalogue; only five such numbers were typically included in the American shows. One of the Seattle concerts from the American leg of the '75-'76 world tour was filmed and later released as the concert feature Rockshow (1980). Further hits followed with the singles "Silly Love Songs" and "Let 'Em In".

Also in 1976, McCartney inaugurated Buddy Holly Week in London, founded on what would have been Holly's 40th birthday and marked with an annual celebrity party; his lifelong passion for the music of this rock'n'roll pioneer was also reflected in his aquisition of Holly's publishing catalogue. Ever the astute businessman, McCartney also cannily bought the rights to an off-Broadway musical he had seen in America, and this investment reaped huge returns when the musical was adapted into the smash-hit feature film Grease.

After the world tour McCartney took a break, but this period produced both the most obscure and the most successful records he has made. During 1977 he released the peculiar, unpromoted and little-known album Thrillington -- an orchestral re-make of the earlier Ram album, issued under the pseudonym 'Percy "Thrills" Thrillington', followed by single version of a live recording of "Maybe I'm Amazed". Later in the year the band recorded their next album in the Virgin Islands.

At the end of 1977 McCartney released the ballad "Mull of Kintyre", an ode to the Scottish coastal region he had made his home in the early Seventies. Its broad appeal was maximised by a pre-Christmas release and it became a massive international hit, dominating the charts in Britain, Australia and many other countries over the Christmas/New Year period and becoming one of the biggest selling UK singles of all time.

McCartney released the album London Town in 1978. During the recording of the album in May, 1977, both Joe English and Jimmy McCullough parted ways with Wings (McCulloch died of a heroin overdose in 1979.)

Though still released as a Wings album, the band was now reduced to Paul, Linda, Laine, and a host of studio players. The album was a major commercial success, reaching #2 on the charts, but featured a markedly softer-rock, synth-based sound and yielded only minor UK hits in "With a Little Luck" and "Girlfriend" (the former was a big hit in the US).

In 1979 Wings released the singles "Goodnight Tonight", "Getting Closer" and "Wonderful Christmastime" and the album Back to the Egg, a critical and commercial failure and the last McCartney project released under the Wings moniker, with McCartney returning to solo billing on future recordings.

During that year, Wings joined Buddy Holly's band, The Crickets onstage in London at the annual Buddy Holly Week party. McCartney was also honoured by The Guinness Book Of Records with a unique rhodium disc, recognising his achievement as the most successful popular music composer of all time.

In November and December of 1979 Wings performed their final tour of the UK, climaxing with a massive 'Rockestra' all-star collection of musicians in London in aid of UNICEF and Kampuchean refugees. This final version of the band included guitarist Lawrence Juber and drummer Steve Holly, who had joined the group in 1978. During this tour the live version of "Coming Up" was recodred, this being their final US number one the following year.

Wings continued to demo some more tunes during 1980/1981 but following a disastrous aborted Japanese tour they fell apart.

The longevity and success of Wings can be seen as something of a vindication for McCartney, whose early home-grown solo output, which frequently featured simplistic nursery-rhyme styled lyrics and sketchy arrangements and production, sometimes led to critical dismissal of his work as "lightweight" next to the more serious nature of his former bandmates' solo output. Though McCartney was the first Beatle to release a solo album after the official break-up of the band, it was John Lennon's early solo output which initially gained the lead in both critical opinion and commercial success, and George Harrison had scored a huge success with his 1971 triple-album solo debut All Things Must Pass. But by the mid-Seventies Lennon's solo career had run out of steam and he had stopped recording; Harrison too was fading from view by this time as by 1976 he had all but retired from recording and performing. As leader of Wings, McCartney however was rising to a new peak of success and he became the only one of the four Beatles who continued to tour and record regularly in the years after their split.

Wings' 1977 single, "Mull of Kintyre"/"Girls School" is still the biggest-selling non-charity single in the UK (although Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" sold more, its sales include a reissue in aid of the Terence Higgins Trust) and it ranked fourth in the official list of best selling singles in the UK issued in 2002.

Line-ups

Wings was ostensibly a true band, and in fact several members besides McCartney contributed songs and occasional vocals, but McCartney was unquestionably the group's leader and star. However, during its lifespan, Wings underwent numerous personnel changes.

Discography

  • Wild Life (1971)
  • Red Rose Speedway (1973)
  • Band on the Run (1973)
  • Venus and Mars (1975)
  • Wings at the Speed of Sound (1976)
  • Wings Over America (1976)
  • London Town (1978)
  • Back to the Egg (1979)

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In early 1973, McCartney repeated this pattern, adding ex-Spooky Tooth guitarist Henry McCullough, and re-christening the band "Paul McCartney and Wings" for the album Red Rose Speedway which yielded the first big Wings hit, the romantic ballad "My Love". Published in its original right-to-left format, the manga is largely unedited, especially compared to the English anime. He scored hits with the relatively light singles "Mary Had A Little Lamb" and "Hi Hi Hi" (the latter getting in trouble with the BBC for alleged drug references). The original Japanese character names are kept for most of the characters (Yugi, Jonouchi, Anzu, and Honda, for instance), while the English names are used for a few characters (e.g. Maximillion Pegasus) and the Duel Monsters cards. In 1972 McCartney returned to touring, mounting an impromptu tour of UK universities and small European venues (with the group literally driving around in a van), playing no Beatles numbers. The English version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga is released by VIZ Media in both the Shonen Jump magazine and in individual graphic novels. (The band name is said to have come to McCartney as he was praying in the hospital while Linda was giving birth to their eldest child Stella McCartney.). Some people mistake Toei's series for a lost first season of the TV show.

The result was Wild Life, the first project to credit "Wings". The English version only consists of the second series made by NAS. Late in 1971, drummer Denny Seiwell, and ex-Moody Blues guitarist and singer Denny Laine, joined Paul McCartney and wife Linda McCartney to record Paul's third post-Beatles project. 4Kids has not translated the 27 episodes produced by Toei that make up the first series Yu-Gi-Oh! anime. See Paul McCartney. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX has been licensed by 4Kids and is set to air in 2005 in North America. Wings was a pop-rock band led by Paul McCartney, formed after the dissolution of the Beatles. Like many anime shows originally created for the Japanese market, a number of changes were made when the Yu-Gi-Oh! television show was released in the United States.

Back to the Egg (1979). In the United Kingdom and Australia, it is broadcast on Nickelodeon. London Town (1978). In Canada, Yu-Gi-Oh! is broadcast on YTV. Wings Over America (1976). In the United States it is broadcast on Kids WB and on Cartoon Network. Wings at the Speed of Sound (1976). Produced by 4Kids Entertainment, the English version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! second series anime is broadcast on many channels.

Venus and Mars (1975). See: Yu-Gi-Oh! (second series anime). Band on the Run (1973). Also produced by NAS, the series was first aired on TV Tokyo on October 6, 2004. Red Rose Speedway (1973). Yu-Gi-Oh! GX, known in Japan as Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX (遊戯王デュエルモンスターズGX), is an anime spinoff of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, with newly-designed characters in a new plotline, focusing on the life in a duelist academy. Wild Life (1971). Main article: Yu-Gi-Oh! GX.

The series ended its 224-episode run on September 29, 2004. Titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters (遊戯王デュエル モンスターズ) in Asia and Yu-Gi-Oh! elsewhere, this so-called "second series" of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime is the series that introduced Yu-Gi-Oh! to the Western world. Produced by NAS, it was first aired on TV Tokyo on April 18, 2000 in Japan, and later became popular in Japan and other places around the world. Main article: Yu-Gi-Oh! (second series anime). It was first aired on TV Asahi on April 4, 1998 and it ended its run on October 10, 1998.

It is not connected in any way to the Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters series, another Yu-Gi-Oh! anime made by Nihon Ad Systems (NAS), but is often referred to as the "first series" to distinguish it from the latter. Produced by Toei Animation, this 27-episode anime is based on Yu-Gi-Oh! manga volumes 1-7, which do not focus much on Duel Monsters (known as Magic & Wizards in the original manga). Main article: Yu-Gi-Oh! (first series anime). It was first published in Shueisha's V-Jump on April 21, 2004.

Drawn by Akira Itou and supervised by Kazuki Takahashi, Yu-Gi-Oh! R (遊☆戯☆王R) is a spinoff of the original Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise, with most of the same characters in a new plotline. Main article: Yu-Gi-Oh! R. Starting around the eighth volume, the Duelist Kingdom arc starts and the plot shifts to a Duel Monsters-centered universe. The plots start out as fairly episodic and there are only three instances of the card game Magic and Wizards (later renamed Duel Monsters in the English version of the manga) in the first seven volumes.

The manga originally focused on Yugi Mutou (Yugi Moto in the English anime) as he uses games designed by himself to fight various villains, and goes into several misadventures with his friends Katsuya Jonouchi (Joey Wheeler in the English anime), Anzu Mazaki (Téa Gardner), and Hiroto Honda (Tristan Taylor). Run from 1996 to March 8, 2004, the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga was one of the most popular titles featured in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump. Begun as a manga in Japan in 1996, the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise has since grown to an immensely successful global brand, spawning various manga and anime series, a real-life version of the card game featured in the story, video games, toys, and many other products. Duel Monsters is believed to be a spinoff of the popular American trading card game Magic: The Gathering.

Yu-Gi-Oh! (遊☆戯☆王 yūgiō, Japanese for "King of Games") is a popular Japanese anime and manga franchise from Kazuki Takahashi that mainly involves characters who play a card game called Duel Monsters (originally called "Magic and Wizards" (M&W) in both the English and Japanese versions of the manga) wherein each player purchases and assembles a deck of Monster, Magic and Trap Cards in order to defeat one another. Takahashi, Kazuki, Yu-Gi-Oh! Character Guide Book - The Gospel of Truth (遊戯王キャラクターズガイドブック―真理の福音― Yūgiō Kyarakutāzu Gaido Bukku Shinri no Fukuin), Shueisha, 2002. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 5 Expert 1. Yu-Gi-Oh! Monster Capsule GB.

Yugi Deck. Kaiba Deck. Jonouchi Deck. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 4: Battle Record of the Strongest Duelists (遊戯王デュエルモンスターズ4 最強決闘者戦記)

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    Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters II. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters I. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters Beginners Pack. Yu-Gi-Oh! Dawn of Destiny.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! The Duelists of the Roses (Yu-Gi-Oh! Shin Duel Monsters 2 in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monster Coliseum. Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories (Yu-Gi-Oh! Shin Duel Monsters in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! Online.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Yugi the Destiny (North America and Europe only). Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Kaiba the Revenge (North America and Europe only). Yu-Gi-Oh! Power of Chaos: Joey the Passion (North America and Europe only). Yu-Gi-Oh! The Falsebound Kingdom (Yu-Gi-Oh! Falsebound Kingdom in Japan).

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Duel Stories (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters III: Dark Duel Stories). Yu-Gi-Oh! 7 Trials to Glory: World Championship Tournament 2005 (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters International 2 in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship Tournament 2004 (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 9: Expert 3 in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! The Sacred Cards (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 7: The Duelcity Legend in Japan).

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Worldwide Edition: Stairway to the Destined Duel (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 6 Expert 2 in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! Reshef of Destruction (Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters 8: Reshef of Destruction in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! Eternal Duelist's Soul. Yu-Gi-Oh! Dungeon Dice Monsters.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Board Traveler (Yu-Gi-Oh! Sugoroku no Sugoroku in Japan). Yu-Gi-Oh! Nightmare Troubadour. Yu-Gi-Oh! Character Guide Book - The Gospel of Truth (遊戯王キャラクターズガイドブック―真理の福音― Yūgiō Kyarakutāzu Gaido Bukku Shinri no Fukuin) - ISBN 4-08-873363-0 - This book is a character guide related to the manga. Volume 5 ISBN 4-08-782053-X.

    Volume 4 ISBN 4-08-782047-5. Volume 3 ISBN 4-08-782135-8. Volume 2 ISBN 4-08-782041-6. Volume 1 ISBN 4-08-782764-X.

    Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game Duel Monsters Official Card Catalog The Variable Book - This is a collection of card catalogues.

      . This also has a Q & A related to certain cards, and the book comes with the "multiply" card. Yu-Gi-Oh! Official Card Game Duel Monsters Official Rule Guide -- The Thousand Rule Bible - ISBN 4-08-782134-X - This is a rule book and strategy guide for the Junior and Shin Expert rules. Yu-Gi-Oh! (novel) - ISBN 4-08-703086-5 - This is a novelization of the first two story arcs of the manga.

      Yu-Gi-Oh! Enter the Shadow Realm: Mighty Champions by Jeff O'Hare - ISBN 0439671914 - Published by Scholastic Press - A book with puzzles and games related to Yu-Gi-Oh!. Yu-Gi-Oh!: Monster Duel Official Handbook by Michael Anthony Steele - ISBN 0439651018 - Published by Scholastic Press - A guide book to Yu-Gi-Oh! cards and characters. Millennium World. Waking the Dragons.

      Virtual Realm. Battle City. Duelist Kingdom. Shadow Game.

      Millennium Items. Yu-Gi-Oh! GX (for characters in Yu-Gi-Oh! GX). Yu-Gi-Oh! R (for characters in Yu-Gi-Oh! R). Yu-Gi-Oh! anime, manga or movie only characters.

      Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and manga characters. Yu-Gi-Oh! main characters.

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