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9 thoughts on “ Wings (2) - Letting Go (Vinyl)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 4 Prong Push Out Centre & Picture Sleeve Vinyl release of Letting Go on Discogs. Label: Hear Music - HRM,MPL (2) - HRM,Concord Music Group, Inc. - HRM • Format: Vinyl /5(17).
  2. "Letting Go" is a song credited to Paul and Linda McCartney and originally released by Wings on their album Venus and Mars. The song was remixed and released as a single on 4 October in the United States, and on 18 October in the United Kingdom. The song peaked at number 41 in the UK and number 39 in the US.
  3. WINGS Letting Go ( UK 7"" vinyl single with an intact four prong centre also including You Gave Me The Answer plain company die-cut paper sleeve. There are just a couple of hairline surface marks but remains otherwise in excellent condition R)End date: Jul 22,
  4. Dec 07,  · Comment: 2p This item does not include any CDs, Infotracs, Access cards or other supplementary material.(IF APPLICABLE) SHIP SAME DAY- EVERYDAY-SEVEN DAYS A WEEK. Please allow days from resjobclirensdoforgebarfpratovafge.coinfo WITH CONFIDENCE. Brouhaha inc is committed to providing each customer with the highest standard of customer service/5(43).
  5. Vinyl is a beautiful limited edition 12" blue (like Livie's eyes) vinyl record, hand-signed. I also wrote a book during this time, also called So Am I. Join my private email list to .
  6. Information on Letting Go vinyl record by Wings. Page processed in milliseconds. This figure denotes the time taken by the server to process this page.
  7. Wings (2) ‎– Letting Go. Label: Apple Records ‎– 8E MG, Apple Records ‎– 8E G. Format: Vinyl, 7", Single, 45 RPM. Country: Portugal. Released: /5(1).
  8. (vg-) a bit rough but will play ok, fills the collection. (m) perfect record, clean gloss, no marks, beautiful in every way. very few records will make mint. (vg+) light scratches only, .
  9. Feb 27,  · "Letting Go" is a single by Paul McCartney & Wings. Released in from the album Venus and Mars, it did not become a hit on the charts, and is one of Wings' lesser-known songs.

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