and a very good two cents, too guess that means you saw him in '89...i don't know about you, but in atlanta, part of the crowd kinda sighed sadly when the preshow played 'that day is done', and several of us remorsed that we knew it meant he would not be playing it that night...
i had a crowd around me that represented a wide assortment of views...and the only ones who did not completely enjoy themselves were some die hard beatle fans...
it's like that every time i go see him...music and mccartney fans love it...some beatle fans take alot of bathroom breaks and kevetch about him not playing 'dear prudence' (hey, jerk...that's a john ong...shut up and sit down) or some such shite
you dead on about that lack of radio air time pay..on the way back from that concert, on the radio, a dj querried as to why some of the audience seemed to be lost amidst all the great new songs...and his co-host reminded him that most stations simply don't play mccartney...at all.
and we all know now, if they do, its probably gonna be botr, jet, my love or maybe i'm amazed, etc
all these great songs, and there is only one, perfect goodwill ambassador out there to get them known..that's paul...and he, more often than not, avoids them like the plague
everybody bogey...dig that bogey beat...man, that bogey rhythm...smells so clean 'n sweet
everybody bogey...bogey onto the streets...without bogey music...life is incomplete