Spot the difference.

14 Responses to “Spot the difference.”

  1. Kwai Chang says:

    I’ve never studied this picture…
    but there’s a lot of Wings symbols I hadn’t noticed
    boiled, poached, fried, scrambled
    they don’t look like local yolkels to me.
    Give me something raw with shells in it
    and a shuttle transport called Water Pipe.
    Back To The Bag
    ($40/oz)

  2. I thought this album was underrated. If you got rid of the last 2 or 3 songs on Side 2 it would’ve been even better. a classic maybe.

  3. by the way notice how steve holly props himself up so that he may comfortably issue a MRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAT

  4. alf says:

    This is the cover of the Spanish edition of “Retorno al Huevo” ??

  5. MarkZapp says:

    They say it’s your birthday. Happy Birthday Paul!!!!!

  6. mcarp555 says:

    When I first heard this album, I thought it was “Band On the Run, pt. II”. Obviously history had a different view. Also, I believe every song on this album had a video; can anyone back me up on that?

  7. Kwai Chang says:

    @mcarp555…
    If every song had a video, then it’s probably an unreleased movie
    (Two Hands Hatching)

  8. i think mcarp’s right

  9. per wiki: “…The Back to the Egg TV special was a program containing music videos to promote the band Wings’ 1979 album Back to the Egg. The program was first broadcast on US television stations in November 1979, but its UK airing, on BBC1, was delayed until June 1981. “

  10. MarkZapp says:

    I finally cheated and looked at the album cover. They have all moved! Cool alternate shot.

  11. saw paul in charlottesville last night. nice to hear Another Girl, Mr Kite, etc. I hope when I’m 73 I’m as fit and with it as Paul is now :-)

  12. mcarp555 says:

    Looking at the images has reminded me of another question about this album: what is the back cover photo of? The best I could ever come up with is a ladder descending into a swimming pool.

  13. elvis costello and his band were played “Old Siam Sir” during an interview when BTTE came out. they werent told who the song was done by. when they were told it was mccartney, costello was surprised (i find that hard to believe, personally) and didnt think Paul could rock out like that anymore.

    one of the Attractions liked the track but upon learning it was Macca he then said he hated it – ahh the days of punk sensibilities in the late 70s!

  14. btw, i should note that the previous tidbit was courtesy of (I think) a back issue of Joe Pope’s great SFF fan club letter. RIP Joe and thank you for all your past dedication to the Beatles.

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