These b-sides and odd songs are a mixed bunch. Some belong to Paul's best, others are easily
Lunch box-Odd sox - one of my favourite Wings instrumentals. I like this period because it featured that cool keyboard sound on many songs.
Girl's school - is one of Paul's better rock songs. The lyrics, for once, have a story to tell, and the beat keeps the song moving along.
Mull of Kintyre - bagpipes are nice, as long as they are taken in measure. This has that folky beat to it that Denny seems to have brought along to the sessions. Lovely melody.
Same time next year - another beautiful melody, and it shouldn't have remained in the can for so long.
Weep for love - the best of the three Wings' songs that Denny released on his first solo album. Features excellent group vocals in the chorus.
Daytime nightime suffering - one of Paul's better b-sides, this should have gone on an album. Nice singing and musical backing.
Junior's farm - probably the best of the Nashville songs, this rock song still needs better lyrics.
Seaside woman - one of the better reggae efforts that Paul has released, and this certainly is a better vocal from Linda than "Cook of the House."
B-side to seaside - I'm quite fond of this song, although the lyrics are as vapid as anything. Nice duet by Linda and Paul.
Bridge over the river suite - it's one of those instrumentals that Paul can toss off in a minute. This one has nothing particularly outstanding about it.
Walking in the park with Eloise - big band music written by Father McCartney. I like to listen to it at times, but on the whole, it doesn't really excite me.
Sally G - I don't like hokey country music with fiddle. 'Nuff said.
Send me the heart - this country song released by Denny on his first solo album after Wings (with new vocals) is good at times, but this too (unfortunately) features that fiddle feel.
My carnival - repetitious lyrics ruin what is otherwise a fun song.
Rudolph the red-nosed reggae - not very exciting cover version done reggae-style.
Goodnight tonight - I've never really liked disco, so I don't care whether this is for real or just a spoof. It sounds disco.