Released in 1978 after London Town gave McCartney another huge hit, Wings Greatest rounds up McCartney's greatest hits from 1971 to 1978 -- which means it skips "Maybe I'm Amazed" but touches on Ram.
The main strength of this collection is that it contains many hits that never appeared on any album, and these are among McCartney's very best non-Beatle
singles: the eccentric domesticity of "Another Day," the choogling
rocker "Junior's Farm," the Bond anthem "Live and Let Die," the
piledriving "Hi Hi Hi," and "Mull of Kintyre," a Scottish-styled folk
ballad that was his biggest hit in England. And yes, it's fair to peg
these as McCartney successes, since some of them were billed as McCartney, not Wings, and as such, this record is a great overview of McCartney's
first decade of solo recording, containing many of his very best solo
tunes. One consumer warning: Much of this overlaps with 1988's All the
Best (both the U.S. and U.K. editions), which is more comprehensive for
the listener looking for a more complete retrospective.
Since a few weeks it will played in my car and it makes a good feeling early in the morning if i have to drive to work because i can't listen to the news early in the morning at 5:30. That's a 'no go' to me.
However, i added the back cover of the Capitol edition because on this the titles are all in japanese. I wish you a lot of fun with this post