This is a cool idea BTW.
Opening thought on London Town: a massive departure from what he'd previously done. He'd just toured the world with a huge rock show and then records synthy stuff in a boat in the Virgin Islands! And Jimmy and Joe are on most of the album...weird.
But, it's a real grower. A few duff tracks aside (Children Children, Name And Address), it's pretty cool. I'm Carrying is a great lost Wings classic (why it's not on Wingspan I don't know - he probably forgot about it), and ...Bring You Down complements it perfectly at the end of the record.
I've a question to those around in the 70s - how was it generally recieved? Wings' profile (esp in America) must've been massive and then...London Town.
May sweet memories of friends from the past
Always comes to you, when you look for them