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Wings Live at The Myer Music Bowl 13 November 1975 on their Austrailian part of the Wings Over The World Tour 75/76. This was the final tune up before the start of the American Tour as they couldn't get into Japan due to Visa problems(and I don't mean the credit card). So it was off to Hawaii for a few weeks(and for you historians, it was during that Hawaiian holiday he wrote "Silly Love Songs")before returning to England to record their next LP and prepare for the American Tour!

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Let Me Roll It on Wikipedia
"Let Me Roll It"
Jet Let Me Roll It Cover.jpg
Single by Paul McCartney and Wings
from the album Band on the Run
Released15 February 1974
Format7" single
RecordedSeptember–October 1973
Lagos, Nigeria
LabelApple Records
Writer(s)Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney
Producer(s)Paul McCartney
Wings chronology

"Let Me Roll It" is a song by Paul McCartney and Wings released on the 1973 album Band on the Run. The song was also released as the B-side to "Jet" in early 1974, and has remained a staple of McCartney's live concerts since it was first released.


  • 1 Origin
  • 2 Live performances
  • 3 Personnel
  • 4 Notes


Some critics[who?] saw the song as a pastiche of John Lennon's sound, particularly the riff and the use of tape echo on the vocals. McCartney, however, didn't intend the song to be a pastiche of Lennon. He did say the vocal "does sound like John... I hadn't realised I'd sung it like John."[1]

Live performances

Since its first release, McCartney has performed "Let Me Roll It" in his live concerts. He has also included live versions of the song on several live albums, including Wings over America, Paul Is Live, Back in the U.S. (and Back in the World), and Good Evening New York City.


  • Paul McCartney - lead vocals, guitar, bass guitar, drums
  • Linda McCartney - backing vocals, keyboards
  • Denny Laine - backing vocals, guitar


  1. ^ McCartney, Paul, Band on the Run: 25th anniversary edition, disc two, track 14

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