The Moody Blues - "Go Now" was made popular in 1964 when English beat group from Birmingham named The Moody Blues recorded with Denny Laine on guitar and lead vocals. When Denny Laine first heard Bessie Banks's version, he immediately told the rest of the band that they needed to record the song. The song reached #1 in the UK 1965 and #10 in the US. A short film clip used to promote the single used a striking visual style that pre-dated Queen's similar Bohemian Rhapsody video by a full…
Unseen photographs of Paul and Linda McCartney have been unveiled
Wings pose for a casino-inspired photo in 1974 (pictured Linda McCartney, Denny Laine, Sir Paul McCartney: Jimmy McCulloch and Joe English). Arrowsmith said of the images: 'They really capture the seminal moments of the shoot... The fun we were all having, plus Paul and Linda's closeness, it's the naturalness of the pictures that is the key to their success'
Denny Laine with Paul McCartney and Wings: "Go Now" (1976) .. LIVE From "Rockshow", Denny Laine sings the Moody Blues' hit "Go Now" as a member of Wings (including Paul & Linda McCartney on backup). 1976: "Wings Over America".