'London Town' album signed by Paul and Linda McCartney
London Town album personally signed by Paul and Linda McCartney
The album was the sixth studio album by the 1970s band Wings, released in 1978, consisting of a core trio of Paul, Linda and guitarist Penny Lane, but including other drummers and guitarist. The single 'With a Little Luck' became Paul's sixth solo number one and London Town was the band's penultimate album.
The album sleeve was signed by both Paul and Linda on a personal visit to London. The album sleeve and vinyl are presented in a frame.
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