September 1972 - January 1973 • Songs recorded during this session appear on Red Rose Speedway
- Album Songs recorded during this session officially appear on the Red Rose Speedway LP.
- EMI Studios, Abbey Road
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You also worked as an engineer on McCartney’s Red Rose Speedway. What are your thoughts on that album?
I’m very proud of that one. For me, the highlight was “Little Lamb Dragonfly” – I think it’s the best-constructed song on the LP and still sounds very fresh. I remember that on “My Love,” originally the rhythm to the chorus was much more syncopated. We were originally going to record on the Rolling Stones’ mobile studio while Wings was on tour.Alan Parsons – Interview with John Borack, Goldmine Magazine, March 30, 2018
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