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Postby young boy » Wed Aug 14, 2002 11:43 am

So, Top 10 of my favourite macca live tracks:

1. If I were not upon the stage / Hey Jude (Tripping The Live Fantastic, 1990)
2. Help! / Strawberry fields forever / Give peace a chance (single All my trials, 1990)
3. Get Back on Let it be film, 1970
4. All my loving (Here there everywhere concert, 1999)
5. Got to get you into my life (TTLF, 1990)
6. Maybe I'm amazed (Wings over America, 19769
7. Freedom (Concert for NYC, 2001)
8. Singing the blues (Unplugged, 1991)
9. Another day (Live in Charlotte, 1993, not in Paul is live album)
10. Fixing a hole (MTV show afetr Off the ground release, 1993)

The Postman's At The Door
While The Telephone Rings On The Kitchen Wall,
Pretend We're Not At Home And They'll Disappear.
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Postby young boy » Thu Aug 15, 2002 4:02 am

dudes, where are your versions on this top? it'll be interesting. so... now i would like to change it a bit... Coming Up from Driving Rain Tour must be included somewhere!

The Postman's At The Door
While The Telephone Rings On The Kitchen Wall,
Pretend We're Not At Home And They'll Disappear.
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Postby Liam OSM » Thu Aug 15, 2002 7:07 am

The most improved Macca live songs, compared to the studio versions, I would say, are the following [based on Tripping The Live Fantastic]:

1. Coming Up
2. Hey Jude
3. Figure Of Eight
4. We Got Married
5. Band On The Run
6. Maybe I'm Amazed
7. Get Back
8. Jet

And the songs that don't quite hold the same clout on stage were:

1. Yesterday
2. My Brave Face
3. Eleanor Rigby

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Postby dsnito » Thu Aug 15, 2002 1:39 pm

This is not a complete list of my faves but has those I remmember now:
-Maybe I´m Amazed(Rock Show)
-Band On The Run(Rock Show)
-Live And Let Die(circa 73´ show)
-Little Woman Love(73´ show)
-C Moon(73´ show)
-Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance(73´show)
-Let It Be(Live-Aid)
-Get Back(Get Back Tour-Brazil)
-Sgt.Pepper´s(Get Back Tour-Br)
-The Fool On The Hill(Get Back Tour-Br)
-Hey Jude(New World Tour- Br)
-No Other Baby(PETA concert)
-Lonesome Town(PETA)
-Here, There and Everywhere(Unplugged)

There is much more, but I just don´t remmember now... These are that stay clear in my mind!!!

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Postby Thomas » Sat Aug 17, 2002 6:04 pm

from ttlf

I saw her standing there
Golden Slumbers/Carry that weight/The End
Can't buy me love
twenty flight rock
got to get you into my life

from paul is live
all my loving
live and let die
lady madonna

from Wings over america
Rock Show/Jet
Medicine Jar
Soily
Listen to what the man said

from unplugged

She's a woman
Good rockin'tonight
Ain't no sunshine
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Postby young boy » Sun Aug 18, 2002 9:10 am

Thanks, dudes!
Thomas, really nice that you've written Ain't no sunshine from Unplugged. :))) So, i hope u know, that isn't Macca on the lead vocal. It's Hamish Stuart :) Paul is playing drums in this track.

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Postby Thomas » Mon Aug 19, 2002 4:04 am

I know Paul doesn't sing on Ain't no sunshine. I just love the song and I think Hamish is a good singer with a nice voice (also on Ebony and Ivory on TTLF)
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Postby jpm » Mon Aug 19, 2002 5:55 am

Being in the UK, i dont know much about his Drivin rain tour,but i do think Hamish Robbie Wix,have all been a good backing band for him,maybe i am biased cause they are the only ones i have seen live.
But who is in the tour with him,now,any changes??
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Postby Liam OSM » Mon Aug 19, 2002 7:25 am

Current lineup is:

Rusty Anderson (guitar)
Wix (keyboards)
Brian Ray (guitar/bass)
Abe Laboriel Jr (drums)

And note, I said Brian Ray - this is not a missspelling. It is NOT Brian May from Queen.

Of course, I've not seen them, but I do know the lineup - from this site, as it happens!

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Postby Thomas » Mon Aug 19, 2002 1:40 pm

I've got a question. What Instrument(s) does Paul play on the following songs of "tripping"
Ebony and Ivory & We got Married

another question. was 20 flight rock part of the show or is it a soundcheck song like Sally or Matchbox and what about Ain't that a shame?
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