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Title:
Back To The Egg
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Pop Rock
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Back To The Egg ‎ (8-Trk, Album). Rockestra Theme - Paul McCartney & Wings, David Gilmour - 1979 (And More Musicians) 2:39. To You // Back to the Egg // Paul McCartney & Wings 3:13. Arrow Through Me // Back to the Egg // Paul McCartney & Wings 3:37. Paul McCartney & Wings - Back To The Egg 49:33. Old Siam, Sir // Back to the Egg // Paul McCartney & Wings 4:11.

Back to the Egg is the seventh and final studio album by the British-American band Wings, released in 1979 on Columbia Records in America, and on Parlophone in the UK. Co-produced by Chris Thomas, the album reflects band leader Paul McCartney's embracing of contemporary musical trends such as new wave and punk, and marked the arrival of new Wings members Laurence Juber and Steve Holley

Back to the Egg is the seventh and final studio album by the British-American band Wings, released in 1979 on Columbia Records in America, and on Parlophone in the UK. Co-produced by Chris Thomas, the album reflects band leader Paul McCartney’s embracing of contemporary musical trends such as new wave and punk, and marked the arrival of new Wings members Laurence Juber and Steve Holley. Following the release of the album London Town (1978), Wings band leader Paul McCartney hired two session musicians, drummer Steve Holly and lead guitarist Laurence Juber, to replace former members Joe English and Jimmy McCulloch.

Back to the Egg. Paul McCartney & Wings. Back to the Egg Tracklist. 2. Getting Closer Lyrics.

Assembling a new lineup of Wings, McCartney leads the group through a set of his most undistinguished songs, ranging from the forced arena rock of "Old Siam, Sir" to the formulaic adult contemporary pap of "Arrow Through Me" - and those are two of the more memorable cuts on the record. Part of the problem is the weak sound of the record and Wings' faceless performances, but the true problem is the songs, which have no spark whatsoever. On the basis of Back to the Egg, it's no wonder that McCartney returned to solo recordings after its relative failure.

The end of the seventies: A time of global economic crisis, high unemployment, the Cold War and vigorous protests against the placement of nuclear weapons in Europe. In this era of time, punk is coming up; A movement that radically is opposed to the establishment. No more disco, no more slick bands like Supertramp or Fleetwood Mac and no more bands like Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and all kinds of rock that originated in the previous twenty years. Punk is short, fast and fierce