Wings: Wingspan (Hits And History) 
The pop genius of Sir Paul McCartney is unveiled in all its majestic glory in this testament to the post-Beatles splendor of his 1970s supergroup Wings. 'Jet', 'Band on the Run' and 'Mull of Kintyre' are just a few of the melodic monuments the band left on the musical landscape. Need anymore be said?
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The footage is first rate, and it goes to show how good they really were. It shows all of their great songs, including Silly Love Songs, Goodnight Tonight, Let 'em In, etc.
I know to some people out there that Wings was just Paul McCartney's backing band, but let's not forget that others took a part in it, especially Denny Laine, since he is the only person other that the two McCartney's to remain from day one until the very end, and beyond. He wrote or co-wrote some excellent songs throughout their discography.
To finish then (and probably be hunted down and killed in the process), an excellent documentary, though one-sided!
This DVD contains some really nice rare film clips of his career with his band Wings from their conception in 1971 to their disbandment in 1979.
Paul reveals a great deal about his life with his first wife Linda and rightfully gives her credit for what he and her achieved together with Wings.
This DVD goes very well together with John Lennon's "Gimme some Truth" as you get a pretty good idea of the different directions Lennon and McCartney were heading in when the Beatles sadly ceased to be.