Denny Laine with one of his Roman Quicksilvers.
After Blind Faith's separation, Eric Clapton & Some Close Friends Recorded Sessions at Olympic Studios in London. None Of It Ever Was Released. Some Of The Musicians Were: Eric Clapton (guitar) George Harrison (guitar) Denny Laine (guitar), Trevor Burton (guitar) Rick Grech (bass).
Denny Laine is a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, guitarist and lead singer of The Moody Blues 1965 debut album "The Magnificent Moodies" and, later, best known for his role as co-founder (with Paul and Linda McCartney) of Wings. Laine was one of three constants in Wings, along with Paul and Linda McCartney. Laine joined Wings in 1971 for their album Wild Life and stayed until 1981, when Wings broke up.
He had his first solo performance as a musician at the age of twelve and began his career as a professional musician fronting Denny & The Diplomats, which also included future ELO drummer Bev Bevan.
In 1964 he joined The Moody Blues and sang their first big hit, "Go Now".
In 1971, Laine joined Paul McCartney to found Wings, and would stay with them for a full ten years until they officially disbanded in 1981; Laine provided lead & rhythm guitars, backing vocals, keyboards, bass, writing and co-writing skills, as well as being a solid solo performer. Together with Paul and his wife, Linda, they formed the nucleus of the band, being called that "strange, 3-winged beast".