Paul McCartney - Talk In The U.S.: A Conversation With Paul McCartney…Featuring Six Songs From The "Back In The U.S." Album & DVD mp3 flac
- Album: Talk In The U.S.: A Conversation With Paul McCartney…Featuring Six Songs From The "Back In The U.S." Album & DVD
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- Released: 2002
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The conversation concludes with McCartney's guess on what he'll be doing when he's 64 and whether be believes in an afterlife. 11. Sergent Pepper/The End. 4:40. Album and DVD in stores November 26, 2002 TOTAL RUNNING TIME (46:25).
subtitled Live 2002) is a double live album by Paul McCartney from his spring 2002 Driving USA Tour in the US in support of his 2001 release Driving Rain. It was released with an accompanying DVD to commemorate his first set of concerts in almost ten years.
Pepper/The End (4:40) Artist: Paul McCartney Title: Back In The . 2002 - The Other Side Of Off The Ground @320. php?t 3337860 01 - Off The Ground 02 - Big Boys Bickering 03 - Long Leather Coat 04 - Kicked Around No More 05 - I Can't Imagine 06 - Keep Coming Back To Love 07 - Down To The River 08 - Midnight Special 09 - Things We Said Today 10 - Cosmically Conscious 11 - Style Style 12 - Sweet Sweet Memories 13 - Soggy Noodle 14 - Deliverence. A Toot and a Snore in '74 is a rare bootleg album of the final recording session in which John Lennon and Paul McCartney played together, which gained wider prominence when McCartney made reference to the session in a 1997 interview. Lennon did the same in a 1975 interview.
A visit from Paul McCartney, the man who helped make Abbey Road Studios the most iconic recording studios in the world. Here he comes, crossing the road in an image captured by his photographer daughter, Mary. He pauses in front of the doors and turns to wave to the bigger-than-normal crowd, its numbers swollen by social media buzz of something special afoot. We’re going to just do various songs, some new ones off our new album and some old ones, says a clearly buzzed McCartney, concluding his introduction. We’re just going to keep it loose. Then, acknowledging the cameras dotting the room and Martin up in the control room, he smiles. If they need us to do it a second tim. e won’t, he twinkled. No, we will. And with that they’re off, a band of musical brothers blasting brilliantly through some of the best of the Beatles, Wings and McCartney solos.
Sir James Paul McCartney turns 70 years old on June 18. While the kids may be wondering who's this Paul McCartney dude - use the Internets, kids - those of us who have been following music for a few years know he was the guy who put out that awesome Liverpool Oratorio! and who played bass in The Beatles and The Wings. It's an obvious tip of the hat to Chuck Berry and the Beach Boys and further proof - should you need any - that McCartney could rock and was as hip and self-conscious as anyone. The White Album" was good for stuff like this, where you could sneak these little songs in the nooks (and the crannies) and have them come across both important and minor, simultaneously. Said to have taken 67 takes, "I Will" was obviously of great importance to Paul.
I realize that this is a slight departure from what I normally upload,however I am a big Beatles Fan so McCartney is definitely in my vocabulary. Took me quit awhile to find this DVD and I think it is one of his best performances. Just a brilliant and emotional concert with lots of extras. DVD9 (Untouched) Region is NTSC Dolby Stereo Dolby Surround . DTS Digital Surround. Please SEED and Enjoy. Get this torrent PLAY/STREAM TORRENT ANONYMOUS DOWNLOAD.
The Band: Paul McCartney - ocals. Brian Ray - Guitars/Bass/Vocals. Rusty Anderson - Guitars/Vocals. On the way the paper bag was on my knee. Man i had a dreadful flight. You don't know how lucky you are boy. Back in the . Been away so long I hardly knew the place. Gee it's good to be back home. Leave it till tomorrow to unpack my case. Honey disconnect the phone. Well the Ukraine girls really knock me out. They leave the West behind. And Moscow girls make me sing and shout
|2||Paul talks about the concert's setlist, his two recent visits to the U.S., days off and staying in touch while on the road.||7:37|
|4||Macca chats about soundchecks, the pre-show performance and backstage rituals, and the musicians in the band.||5:56|
|5||Back In The USSR||2:48|
|6||Paul reveals where he does his songwriting and painting, and tells about two special instruments he took on tour - and the two very special tribute songs on "Back In The U.S."||5:06|
|8||McCartney on talking to the press, onstage spontaneity, and playing "Maybe I'm Amazed".||1:36|
|9||Maybe I'm Amazed||4:47|
|10||Paul gives his insight into the evolution of the "Back In The U.S." DVD and it's special features. The conversation concludes with McCartney's guess on what he'll be doing when he's 64 and whether be believes in an afterlife.||3:39|
|11||Sergent Pepper/The End||4:40|
- Coordinator – Steve Nice
- Mastered By – Bill Johnson, Jerry Tubb
- Performer, Interviewee – Paul McCartney
- Producer, Interviewer – Jody Denberg
NotesDuplicated by Capitol Mastering
Project Coordinator: Steve Nice for Capitol Records
Recorded in Houston, TX, October 13, 2002 by Jeff Carrol, with additional recording May 9, 2002 in Dallas, TX
Mastered by Jerry Tubb and Bill Johnson at Terra Nova, Austin, TX
"Back In The U.S." Album and DVD in stores November 26, 2002
TOTAL RUNNING TIME (46:25)