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This was one of the five concerts, from the “Wings Over Europe” tour, professionally recorded, using the 16-track Rolling Stones’ mobile unit, by engineer Alan Parsons, assisted by Jeremy Gee and Graham Fleming.
We filmed a few of the concerts, I think, just for archive purposes really. ‘We should film one of these; kind of thing. And The Rolling Stones had this mobile recording van – you know, there were a couple of outfits that could record you on the road. But we knew theirs was a good one so that came along to record a few of the dates. And I think we had the idea for ‘Bruce McMouse’ around the same time too, maybe because the families were on the tour with us. It’s likely that we would say, ‘Let’s film them and if we do the animation thing we’re dreaming of, these can be the live performances in it’.Paul McCartney – From “Wings Over Europe” book – Words written in February 2018
Those five concerts were:
- Groningen • Saturday, August 19, 1972
- Amsterdam • Sunday, August 20, 1972
- The Hague • Monday, August 21, 1972
- Antwerp • Tuesday, August 22, 1972
- Berlin • Thursday, August 24, 1972
Last updated on August 19, 2022
This was the 1st and only concert played at Cinema Roma.
Setlist for the concert
Album Available on MoMac's Hidden Tracks Vol. 3
Album Available on Wings Over Europe
Album Available on Wild Life - Ultimate Archive Collection
Album Available on Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 2
Album Available on Let 'Em Out Vol. 5 - Rehearsals & Outtakes
Album Available on Red Rose Speedway - Archive Collection
Album Available on Red Rose Speedway Collector's Edition
Album Available on Get On The Live Things
This is the first detailed study of Paul McCartney's Wings on tour in the 1970s. It covers every single concert from the University Tour of 1972, ending with the abandoned tour of Japan in January 1980. A wide variety of primary sources have been consulted, including all available audio and video recordings; press reviews; fan recollections; newspaper reports and tour programmes.