The best Paul McCartney collaborations reveal an artist always willing to push himself, finding new ways of expression with a diverse range of musicians.
The posthumous album ‘Wide Prairie’ was recorded over several decades and serves as a testament to Linda McCartney’s singing and songwriting abilities.
After Wings' UK college itinerary, it was all aboard a double decker bus for a major European adventure.
The 16-song collection spans the early 1970s to the late 1990s, featuring Linda on vocals and playing various instruments on material that she wrote or co-wrote.
He lived fast and died young, but Jimmy was a prodigious guitarist who was making a name when he was barely in his teens.
The week that 'My Love' and its parent album 'Red Rose Speedway' made a simultaneous US chart conquest.
The album topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic and led to a worldwide tour that went on for a year.
His first album since John Lennon's death featured guests Ringo Starr, Carl Perkins, Eric Stewart and others.
The 1997 album had a title inspired by a John Lennon quote from The Beatles' pre-fame days.
Paul McCartney's band endured all manner of challenges in the making of 'Band On The Run,' making its arrival atop the American chart all the sweeter.
The late-period Wings catalogue in the final part of the 1970s contained such gems as the title song of their 1978 album.
The film tells the story of how McCartney and Wings came to meet the fictional impresario Bruce McMouse, with footage from the band's Wings Over Europe tour interspersed with animated scenes.
The song from 'Flaming Pie' was an evocative reunion, with drums and vocals by Ringo Starr and an orchestral arrangement by George Martin.
'Sally G' was directly inspired by Paul's trip to Nashville with his wife Linda and the other members of Wings.
Late in 1971, Paul McCartney returned to a band configuration as Wings released their LP debut.