Wings was a folk rock band from the late sixties (not to be confused with the band Wings later formed by Paul McCartney). The band members were veterans from an assortment of other sixties bands. Initially, the band was made up of Oz Bach of Spanky and Our Gang on bass, Pam Robins of Serendipity Singers sang, and on guitar Eddie Simon, younger brother of Paul Simon of Simon & Garfunkel. Before their first and only album was recorded, Eddie Simon was replaced with Jim Mason who co-wrote the Peter, Paul and Mary song "I Dig Rock and Roll Music". Also playing in the band was keyboardist Steve Knight, who later joined Mountain, Jefferson Airplane drummer Jerry Peloquin, and guitarist Jack McNichol.
01 - Changes (Keep Coming About) 02 - Different Kind Of Woman 03 - First Time Is The Last 04 - General Bringdown 05 - Give Me Your Love 06 - Pretty Little Girl 07 - See Someone Hangin' 08 - Shrinking Violet 09 - Takin' It Lazy (Takin' It Easy Lazy Afternoon) 10 - That's Not Real 11 - What Do I Know