The Paul McCartney Project

Pugin Hall rehearsal #3

Nov 30, 1980 • For Wings

Part of


Pugin Hall rehearsals

October 2-25, 1980

Timeline More from year 1980
Studio:
Pugin Hall, Tenterden, Kent, UK

Some songs from this session appear on:


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Songs recorded


1.

No Values

Written by Paul McCartney

Recording


2.

Your Lucky Day

Recording


3.

Your Lucky Day

Recording


4.






9.

Rockin' In Your Seat

Recording


10.

Fabulous

Written by Bernie Lowe, Kal Mann

Recording



12.

Your True Love

Written by Carl Perkins

Recording




15.

Goin' Back To Tennessee

Recording


16.

Denny's Song

Written by Denny Laine

Recording


17.

Improvisation

Recording

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william c 1 years ago

Sad to listen to these tracks and know that Lennon would be shot in less than a months time.
Also, sad that this was one of Wing's last rehearsals with the last line up which seemed the best
line up.


The PaulMcCartney Project 1 years ago

So true William. I do like to listen to those tapes ; as I particularly dig Back To The Egg, I wonder what would have happened if the same line-up had worked on a second album... But then, we had Tug Of War instead...