“Wings was difficult but rewarding,” he told Classic Rock magazine: “I sometimes wonder if it was crazy after The Beatles to do the entire thing again.
But Sir Paul, 71, whose band mates included drummer Denny Seiwell and former Moody Blues guitarist Denny Laine, said it was the setbacks that resulted in the “rewarding” camaraderie within Wings.
“What I hoped would happen did, that we would get to know each other, the feel of each other not just me getting lumped in with five other famous people,” he added.
“So we learned this is a special thing being in a band, which is about understanding each other. So the memory of the Seventies is that yes, it was difficult but the fact it worked was rewarding.’’
By: Day & Night