I agree his voice is much better than it was in 1989 or 1990 or 1993. I have to admit though that while his delivery and his passion for a vocal has gotten better - there is absolutely no way that i would say that his voice is as good as it was in 1968, 1970, or even 1976. Paul's ability to sing things like Here Today and stuff is solid. But, his rock n roll voice - his live voice that had such an amazing range is limited. I think one of the worst moments on tour that i ever experienced was hearing Paul ruin "Birthday" in 1990 on tour. One of my favorite songs and he ruined by thinking he was 28 again and could still sing it...Instead, he growled through it andi t was embarassing.
Yet, if he is selective and alternates the rockers and the ballads and doesn't try to sing "Junior's farm", "Rock Show" or "Monkberry Moon Delight", he'll be ok cause he still has decent timber on his rock n roll voice. But, you would be delusional if you think he still has the pipes of old...YOu know what i mean?[:o)]