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Hell Of A Record
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Henry Campbell Liken McCullough (21 July 1943 – 14 June 2016) was a Northern Irish guitarist, singer and songwriter. He was best known for his work as a member of Spooky Tooth, the Grease Band, and Paul McCartney and Wings. He also performed and recorded as a solo artist and session musician. McCullough was born in Portstewart, and first came to prominence in the early 1960s as the teenage lead guitarist with the Skyrockets showband from Enniskillen.

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Henry McCullough, who played guitar in Paul McCartney’s band Wings, has died. He was 72. His live music agent Nigel Martyn said McCullough died on Tuesday after a long illness. He said McCullough’s solo on My Love was a classic that he made up on the spot in front of a live orchestra. McCullough also worked with George Harrison’s Dark Horse label, which produced his solo album Mind Your Own Business in 1975. During his time with Wings, McCullough was one of the people whose voices are heard answering questions at the end of Pink Floyd’s song Money from the album The Dark Side of the Moon. His contribution: I don’t know, I was really drunk at the time.

Famed guitarist and singer Paul McCartney mourned the death of Wings guitarist Henry McCullough on his official site today. Originally from Northern Ireland, McCullough was recruited to join the second version of Wings in 1971, and his guitar solo on My Love on the album Red Rose Speedway marked a career peak for him. McCullough improvised it in a single take. Beatles producer George Martin dies at 90 DiCaprio, Depp, Bloom among partygoers at Stella McCartney show.

Guitarist Henry McCullough, a former member of Paul McCartney & Wings, has died. His death, which was confirmed by his agent, Nigel Martyn, was initially reported by Northen Ireland's Belfast Telegraph. McCullough had been in poor health in recent years; he suffered a heart attack in November 2012, which left him in critical condition. His death was even mistakenly reported on RTÉ Radio that month; the BBC apologized after prematurely reporting his demise. Besides appearing the first two Wings albums-plus several non-album Wings singles released throughout 1972-McCullough.

James Bond villain Geoffrey Holder has died aged 84 from pneumonia complications. By Darren Boyle for MailOnline 18:53 BST 14 Jun 2016, updated 17:05 BST 15 Jun 2016. Henry McCullough joined wings as a guitarist in 1971 before leaving in '73. The guitarist from Portstewart, Northern Ireland had been ill for four years. McCullough and Paul McCartney made up in later years following their row. He suffered a serious heart attack four years ago and never recovered. His live music agent Nigel Martyn said McCullough passed away on Tuesday.


A1 Here We Go Again 2:43
A2 Tears On Your Face 3:14
A3 Can‘t Help Falling In Love 3:33
A4 Shining Star 5:14
A5 Whispering Love 3:30
B1 Down In The Amusements 3:17
B2 Foolish Hearts 3:10
B3 Too Upset To Say Goodbye 2:41
B4 Just Because 5:05
B5 Cold Cold Heart 1:05
B6 Couldn‘t Sleep For Thinking Of Hank Williams 3:52

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – TELDEC Schallplatten GmbH

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code: LC 6155
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LICD 9.00072 Henry McCullough Hell Of A Record ‎(CD, Album, RE) Line Records LICD 9.00072 Germany 1988
LILP 4.00072 J Henry McCullough Hell Of A Record ‎(LP, Album, RE, Whi) Line Records LILP 4.00072 J Germany Unknown
LICD 600005 E Henry McCullough Hell Of A Record ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM) Line Records LICD 600005 E Germany 2017