I grew up as a teenager in the '70's and bought their records on release. I loved both, so never got into the one was great the other was rubbish which went on at the time. The inner of the DVD has lots of pictures from the era, which give lots of memories from those times! The " talking heads " includes Denny Laine and Denny Seiwell with great stories ( why were they not on " Wingspan " ? Both are totally honest, Denny Laine comes across as a decent guy and musician. Denny Seiwell says he played " My Love " with Henry McCullough at a recent Beatles convention, which was emotional to both. The musical clips I've seen before, photo's from the time are shown with each record some I've not seen before. The guys from USA / UK are mainly music journalists, one can demonstrate with his piano the complexity of some of the songs. I don't agree with all their comments ! One dismisses " Double Fantasy " and then admits he only heard the single ? For years any way. But they are are FANS first but not in a sycophant way, which makes better viewing ! Since John Lennon died, there has been a lot of continually projecting the image. I prefer the real person, who I thought was a lot more interesting ! The Paul / Wings albums are given real depth in the discussions, so ENJOY !
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