Letting Go

Letting Go
Single par Paul McCartney et les Wings
extrait de l’album Venus and Mars
Face A Letting Go
Face B You Gave Me the Answer
Sortie Drapeau : Royaume-Uni 18 octobre 1975
Drapeau : États-Unis 4 octobre 1975
Durée 3:30
Genre Rock
Auteur-compositeur Paul McCartney
Producteur Paul McCartney
Label Capitol Records
Classement N°41 (Royaume-Uni)
N°39 (États-Unis)
Singles de Paul McCartney et les Wings
Listen to What the Man Said (1975)
Venus and Mars/Rock Show (1975)
Pistes de Venus and Mars
Magneto and Titanium Man
Venus and Mars (reprise)

Letting Go est une chanson de Paul McCartney et les Wings parue en mai 1975 sur l'album Venus and Mars. Il s'agit d'un blues au rythme lent et lourd, assez sombre.

La chanson sort en single en octobre 1975, mais est un des plus gros échecs des Wings : elle ne se classe qu'en 41e position des charts britanniques, et en 39e position aux États-Unis. Elle apparaît néanmoins sur l'album live Wings over America enregistré en 1976.


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