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  1. Rockestra Theme (7" Version) Drums, Backing Vocals – Charlie Morgan Engineer – John Jacobs*, 'Mini Matt' Howe* Guitar – Duane Eddy Keyboards, Keyboards [Fairlight], Backing Vocals – Nick Glennie-Smith Piano, Backing Vocals – Phil Pickett Producer, Written-By, Bass, Backing Vocals – Paul McCartney Tenor Saxophone – Jim Horn:
  2. Rockestra Theme guitar tab by Paul McCartney with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
  3. ROCKESTRA- Lucille/Let It Be/ Rockestra Theme. (Rockestra consists of John Bohnam, Billy Bremmer, Gary Brooker, Howies Casey, Tony Dorsey, Dave Edmunds, Steve Holly, James Honeyman-Scott, Steve Howard, Kenny Jones, John Paul Jones, Laurence Juber, Denny Laine, Ronnie Laine, Linda McCarntney, Paul McCarntey, Robert Plant, Thadeus Richard, Bruce /5(17).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Wings - Rockestra Theme at Discogs. Complete your Wings collection/5(16).
  5. Rockestra Theme [Indicatif de Chlorophylle sur Europe 1], a Single by Wings. Released in on Pathé (catalog no. 2C ; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Rock. Featured peformers: Paul McCartney (producer, songwriter), Chris Thomas (producer).
  6. Get Paul McCartney Rockestra Theme sheet music notes, chords. Transpose, print or convert, download Rock PDF and learn to play Lyrics & Chords score in minutes. SKU
  7. Rockestra Theme" is an instrumental – except for the shouted line "Why haven't I had any dinner?", which author Robert Rodriguez describes as a "deliberate evocation" of Glenn Miller's single "Pennsylvania ". Another rock track, "To You" includes a lyric .
  8. Rockestra Theme bass tab by Paul McCartney with free online tab player. One accurate version. Recommended by The Wall Street Journal.
  9. Oct 03,  · In was 41 years ago today (October 3rd, ) that Paul McCartney assembled Rockestra — the largest group of rock legends to record together up to that date. The cream of the rock elite joined Wings to record two tracks for their upcoming Back To The Egg album that day at London's Abbey Road Studios for the instrumental “Rockestra Theme” and “So Glad To See You Here.”.

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