1. In 1974 Paul McCartney and Wings — following the release of their landmark album, Band On The Run — assembled at Abbey Road Studios to film performances of some of their biggest hits and a few new cuts.
The resulting documentary, One Hand Clapping, was shelved for decades and gained legendary status among McCartney fans until it was finally released in 2010 as part of the McCartney Archives Collection’s reissue of Band On The Run.
2. Now, an unreleased song from the documentary sessions, the sweet, almost lullaby-like “Love My Baby,” is getting an official release for the first time. Listen to the premiere right here on BuzzFeed.
3. “Love My Baby” is just a teaser from the McCartney archives, which have been opened in a huge way for the newly remastered re-issues of 1975’s Venus and Mars and 1976’s Wings At The Speed Of Sound.
The song itself is available for download on PaulMcCartney.com and won’t appear on either reissue.
4. Among the many previously unreleased songs becoming available for the first time is an early take of “Beware My Love” featuring Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham on drums.
5. Download “Love My Baby” now from PaulMcCartney.com. The McCartney Archive Collection’s re-issues of Venus and Mars and Wings At The Speed Of Sound are in stores on Nov. 4 from Concord/Hear Music.
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