#2 Classic Rock Bagpipe: Mull Of Kintyre - Paul McCartney & Wings
The former Beatle pays tribute to the Scottish Kintyre peninsula – home to a farm estate he's owned since 1966 -- in this massive U.K. hit. McCartney enlisted local help for the folksy ballad in the form of bagpipers from Kintyre’s Campbelltown Pipe Band. Following its 1977 release, the Scottish paean sold more than two million copies in the U.K. to become Britain’s bestselling single ever (eclipsing the Beatles’ ‘She Loves You’). It’s still the bestselling non-charity single in the country’s history.