Gargantuan in spirit, triumphant in turn, explosive in its delivery and commercial in its nature, 'Wings' took over the world in the mid seventies. With the era defining behemoth 'Band On The Run' still hungrily devouring the charts, Paul McCartney was armed with guitarist Jimmy McCulloch in toe, giving Wings Mark II their live zenith.
With sure blown confidence, McCartney turned to New Orleans as the new location in which to record Wings' fourth album (the album featured two drummers, the first Geoff Britton played on three songs, before Joe English took to the drumsticks and played on the remainder of the record. McCartney liked the anglophile surnames alright- funnily enough, English was American!). Wings released their fourth album 'Venus and Mars' in 1975. A fine collection of seventies rock songs, it brought Wings forward as one of the seventies greats.