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Category ArchiveMacca Hits’ Story

Only Love Remains

Sortie : le 23 mars 1978

C’est le  4ème single issu de l’album, Press to Play. Une très belle ballade de Paul…

En face B : « Tough on a Tightrope »


Only love remains


Wonderful Christmas Time

Sortie : le 16 novembre 1979

un single pour Noël…

En face B : Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reggae

McCartney recorded the song entirely on his own during the sessions for his solo project McCartney II. Although the members of Wings are not on the recording, they do appear in the promotional music video,[3] which was filmed at the Fountain Inn in Ashurst, West Sussex. « Wonderful Christmastime » can be heard in the 1998 animated film Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie during Santa’s takeoff on Christmas Eve. Wings performed the song during their 1979 tour of the UK.


Wonderful christmastime

Wonderful Christmastime



I’ve Had Enough

Sortie : le 16 juin 1978

Autre single assurant la promotion du nouvel album, London Town.

En face B : Deliver your children, une très belle collaboration McCartney/Laine



The song was written and sung by Paul McCartney. The music and an improvised chorus were recorded on board the boat Fair Carol in the Virgin Islands prior to the departure of Wings’ lead guitarist Jimmy McCulloch and drummer Joe English.According to McCartney, they didn’t have any of the words until the band returned to London from the Fair Carol recording sessions. He then wrote « a few » words and overdubbed the lyrics in London.[6] McCartney referred to it as « just one of those ‘fed up’ songs. »




I ve had enough


With a Little Luck

Sortie : le 23 mars 1978

C’est le single assurant la promotion du nouvel album, London Town. Très prometteur car il atteindra la tête des charts US.



With a little luck




Mull of Kintyre

Sortie : le 11 novembre 1976   Quand Paul renoue avec les records… Mull of Kintyre est le premier single à dépasser les 2 millions de copies vendues au UK, ce depuis She Loves You en 1963. Seul le « Do they know it’s Christmas » du Band Aid fera mieux en 1984, et Paul était présent sur la face B… Ce sera bien sûr le Number One de l’année. Les paroles évoquent le Kintyre, petite péninsule écossaise où Paul a une ferme depuis 1966.

McCartney explained how the song came into being: I certainly loved Scotland enough, so I came up with a song about where we were living; an area called Mull of Kintyre. It was a love song really, about how I enjoyed being there and imagining I was travelling away and wanting to get back there.

Mull of Kintyre