Macca's New "Out There" Tour

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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby stuart7 » Thu May 09, 2013 11:31 am

Do you really think he should be singing Maybe I'm Amazed at this point? Should Michael Jordan suit up at age 50?
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby efghijiloveyou » Thu May 09, 2013 9:36 pm

What would you like him to sing?
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby chris » Thu May 09, 2013 10:30 pm

We can be...us Paul fans, that is...pretty tough critics. Just take a look at some of the posts here on this very site for proof. But I think Paul is tougher on himself than we can ever be. If he decides he can't do a song justice...he'll stop performing it.

When he toured in 89, MIA was part of the regular setlist. I was fortunate enough to see him several times during that tour. Very early...and the very last show of the tour. By the time it ended, he had dropped MIA from the show because he wasn't reaching the notes the way he expected himself to. It was replaced with Let em in.

Maybe I'm amazed is arguably his finest moment. As long as he thinks he can pull it off, let the man try. It's always one song I hope I get to see when I see him in concert.

having said that...everyone has an opinion what he should add or drop from the set. too each his own...
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby stuart7 » Fri May 10, 2013 4:38 pm

If you watch the you tubes, it looks like he's struggling vocally on most of the songs. His musicianship is still great, but I'm not sure he should continue this type of tour. I love Paul, but we all age. He's given us 50 great years. Let's not be selfish.
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby lobbybobby » Fri May 10, 2013 5:49 pm

stuart7 wrote:If you watch the you tubes, it looks like he's struggling vocally on most of the songs. His musicianship is still great, but I'm not sure he should continue this type of tour. I love Paul, but we all age. He's given us 50 great years. Let's not be selfish.



I think we should let Paul decide, he has earned that right.
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby efghijiloveyou » Fri May 10, 2013 11:01 pm

You could view it the other way around. Maybe it's selfish of any fan to say he should no longer do what he clearly loves doing.
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby stuart7 » Sat May 11, 2013 8:12 pm

Ringo's voice is stronger than Paul's right now...
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby efghijiloveyou » Mon May 13, 2013 9:57 pm

Ah, but given the choice who would you rather see?
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby maccafan » Thu May 16, 2013 5:27 am

No way is Ringo's voice stronger than McCartney's.

McCartney sounds great to my ears, it seems that some always exaggerate about McCartneys voice, I exspect the man to sound bad and then when I listen it's never as bad as some like to say.

Thrilled about Listen To What The Man Said and Hi Hi Hi, just wish he included more of those fantastic Wings rockers instead of performing lame songs like Mother Should Know, Mr. Kite and All Together Now?

No More Lonely Nights
I've Had Enough
The Mess
Getting Closer
That Was Me
House Of Wax
etc.

Any of these would be better choices.
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Re: Macca's New "Out There" Tour

Postby eggman1979 » Thu May 16, 2013 11:03 am

maccafan wrote:No way is Ringo's voice stronger than McCartney's.

McCartney sounds great to my ears, it seems that some always exaggerate about McCartneys voice, I exspect the man to sound bad and then when I listen it's never as bad as some like to say.

Thrilled about Listen To What The Man Said and Hi Hi Hi, just wish he included more of those fantastic Wings rockers instead of performing lame songs like Mother Should Know, Mr. Kite and All Together Now?

No More Lonely Nights
I've Had Enough
The Mess
Getting Closer
That Was Me
House Of Wax
etc.

Any of these would be better choices.



I'm sorry but....in what universe are Your mother should know and Mr Kite lame??? Certainly, not this one.....
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