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Dont Let It Bring You Down - Paul McCartney And Wings* - London Town (CD, Album)

14.12.2019
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  1. Song facts. Paul first started working on the song in September , during the Scottish leg of the Wings World Tour: “I (was) sitting in our hotel bedroom just before we were going to turn in for the night and I had my string guitar with me ()I started plonking out a little tune and it became Don’t Let It Bring You Down.”.
  2. Considered a disaster upon it's release, LONDON TOWN, heard from a distance of more than 20 years, is actually a pretty good record. It was tossed off by critics and the public in because McCartney used a much lighter touch throughout LONDON TOWN than he had on Wings preceding studio LPs BAND ON THE RUN, VENUS & MARS, and AT THE SPEED OF SOUND, and the arena-size rock of the live WINGS /5().
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  4. Reduced to the core trio of McCartney, McCartney, and Laine after the successful Speed of Sound tour, London Town finds Wings dropping the band façade slightly, turning in their most song-oriented effort since Band on the Run-- which, not coincidentally, was recorded with this very opcirtioscythtiabreakinsitelutarep.coinfo although its high points don't shine as brightly as those on its two immediate predecessors, it's.
  5. Jan 26,  · Song by Paul McCartney and the Wings. From the London Town album, Don't Let it Bring You Down YouTube; Paul McCartney - Don't Let It Bring You Down - Lyrics - .
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of London Town on Discogs. Label: Parlophone - 7 2 8,MPL (2) - 7 2 • Series: The Paul McCartney Collection • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock/5(15).
  7. "Deliver Your Children" is one of the best songs on the album. It features Laine on lead vocals; this is the third co-writing effort on the album by McCartney/Laine. "Name and Address" is a throwback to the fifties style rocker & that's about all that needs to be said. Then comes the slow, moody "Don't Let It Bring You Down"/5().
  8. Don't let it bring you down Should the sand of time run out on you Don't let it bring you down. Don't go down - don't go underground Things seem strange, but they change How they change. Up and down your carousel will go Don't let it bring you down. Don't go down - don't get out of town Get to know how it goes, how it goes. When the price you.

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