Paul McCartney & Wings Isolated Vocal Track: Let Me Roll It

Released on the 1973 Band On The RunLet Me Roll It by Paul McCartney & Wings is one of the best songs on an album brimming with highlights. What we have in this article are the isolated vocals from the song including McCartney’s lead vocals and the backing vocals by the rest of the band. Take a listen:

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The album version of the song is (in my opinion) one of the most perfect post-Beatles McCartney songs. The playing is gorgeous, the singing is as well and the songwriting speaks for itself. But being able to hear the vocals stripped of all music is a real eye opening experience. There’s a slight echo noticeable that isn’t heard as much on the album version and the reverb seems to go on forever. Absolutely fantastic.

5 thoughts on “Paul McCartney & Wings Isolated Vocal Track: Let Me Roll It

  1. Bryan Hemming says:

    I saw Wings at Leicester Odeon in July 1973. Not the greatest fan of the band I’d been a fan of Denny Laine since his Moody Blues Day. ‘Go Now’ is still one of my all time favourites, which he sang at Leicester, with Paul and Linda McCartney on backing vocals. For me, it was the highlight of the gig.

    A few years later after a drunken night at the Speakeasy in London, a couple of friends and I ended up going to former Wings guitarist Henry McCullough’s flat. It was one of the few times I took smack, and that’s about all I remember.

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