Paperback Writer - Paul McCartney - Up And Coming Tour - Hard Rock Calling (CD)

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8 thoughts on “ Paperback Writer - Paul McCartney - Up And Coming Tour - Hard Rock Calling (CD)

  1. JoJoramar Reply
    The Up and Coming Tour was a concert tour by Paul tour began on 28 March , at the Arena in Glendale, Arizona (Phoenix suburb), included two concerts at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, following with concerts in Miami and San Juan, the latter marking McCartney's first concert in Puerto Rico as well as the first presence of a Beatles date: 10 June
  2. Dutaur Reply
    Get the Paul McCartney Setlist of the concert at Hyde Park, London, England on June 27, from the Up and Coming Tour and other Paul McCartney Setlists for free on!
  3. Zulkis Reply
    Paul McCartney / Up And Coming Tour Hard Rock Calling / 3CD. in s, Paul Mccartney, Piccadilly Circus /03/09 Views. Paul McCartney / Up And Coming Tour Hard Rock Calling / 3CD / Piccadilly Circus. Live At Hyde Park London UK 27th June Click Image To Enlarge. Piccadilly Circus. PCCD//
  4. Tektilar Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Hard Rock Calling on Discogs. Label: Not On Label (Paul McCartney) - none • Format: 3x, CDr Unofficial Release • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Beat, Psychedelic Rock.
  5. Shashicage Reply
    On the Run was a concert tour by English singer-songwriter Paul tour began on 15 July , with McCartney's first two concerts at Yankee Stadium in New York City. McCartney's appearances at Yankee Stadium occurred nearly two years to the day after his 17, 18, and 21 July concerts at Citi Field, documented on the Good Evening New York City CD/DVD.
  6. Arashibar Reply
    "Paperback Writer" easily made the grade for this release. Two live Paul McCartney albums also feature “Paperback Writer,” the first being “Paul Is Live” (released on November 8th, ) and the other being “Good Evening New York City” (released on November 17th, ).
  7. Voodoogrel Reply
    Paul's voice is a bit hoarse in some points, especially on the opening tune "Drive My Car", but that does not change the fact that this is a 5 Star album! My favorite Paul McCartney album is 's "Back In The U.S." in support of the "Driving Rain" album. I think Paul was at his peak vocally on that tour, which I was fortunate to see live/5().
  8. Muzragore Reply
    Paul McCartney saw the list and came up with one correction. He said that John didn't write the music to "In My Life," just the words. Paul contends he worked out the melody on a mellotron in John's house. LOVE ME DO: Paul wrote the main structure of this when he was about 16, or even earlier. I think I had something to do with the middle.

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