It's been over 35 years since Paul McCartney and Wings embarked on their memorable "Wings Over America" tour – and next week, their classic 1976 live album from that journey will be rereleased as a remastered version with new bonus material. This deluxe take on Wings Over America sports all the original's tracks – from "Picasso's Last Words" and "Maybe I'm Amazed" to the Beatles songs "Lady Madonna" and "I've Just Seen a Face" – in revamped glory, and includes a bonus disc recorded live at San Francisco's Cow Palace.
The new edition of Wings Over America also includes a DVD of the television special Wings Over the World, as well a photo gallery. The set also includes four books containing art, photos, mementos and other pieces of Wings history.
The deluxe edition of Wings Over America is out May 28th. McCartney is currently on tour.
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This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: Paul McCartney and Wings Remaster 'Wings Over America' - Album Premiere