Paul McCartney reflected back on his time on the road with Wings as he gears up for the May 28th deluxe edition of his 1976 live collection, Wings Over America. The album, which collected the full-30 song concert over three discs, showcased Wings during their sole North American tour and marked McCartney's sixth and final Number One album of the '70s. McCartney -- who was arrested for marijuana possession twice while on tour with Wings -- in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1972 and again in Tokyo in 1980 -- recalled that because he was traveling with his three young daughters, things never got too rowdy out on tour.

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