Having written several new songs for the next album, Mc Cartney decided on New Orleans, Louisiana as the recording venue, and Wings headed there in January 1975.Before the departure to New Orleans, Wings had recorded three songs at Abbey Road Studios in London in November 1974: "Letting Go", "Love In Song" and "Medicine Jar", all overdubbed later at Sea Saint Studios between January and February.In the US it enjoyed the same chart success as its predecessor. Including the international smash hit single 'Silly Love Songs', the album went on to become Paul’s most successful American chart album spending seven consecutive weeks at Number One. ‘Warm and Beautiful’ [Instrumental Demo] DVD – Bonus Film 1. In my last post I highlighted the fact that 40% of men report feeling ‘fear’ when meeting someone for that all important first date.The sessions proved to be productive, not only finishing the entire album, but also several additional songs, including two future Mc Cartney B-sides, "Lunch Box/Odd Sox" and "My Carnival".
To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.Paul has denied this, stating that the song "is about an imaginary friend who's got a girlfriend who's the kind of person who asks what your sign is before they say hello.That's it: 'A good friend of mine studies the stars.' In fact, in the first verse it's 'a good friend of mine follows the stars,' so it could be ambiguous: a groupie or an astrologer." Hand Bells are only played on the album version (Credits from 2014 Deluxe Venus and Mars Remaster) "Venus and Mars" also has a reprise that appears on the Venus and Mars album, which serves to open the second side of the LP record.As soon as the sessions began, the personality clash that had been evident between Mc Culloch and Britton during Wings' 1974 sessions in Nashville became more pronounced, and Britton – after a six-month tenure – quit Wings, having only played on three of the new songs.A replacement, American Joe English, was quickly auditioned and hired to finish the album.This could explain the well-known phenomenon in the dating event industry that sees men only really booking up at the last minute while women tend to book weeks in advance.