linclink wrote:Great set list though it is, my bet is that with one or two exceptions, or surprises, we'll get pretty much the same set lists night to night, so watch the sound check set lists for the real surprises. He may shuffle in & out a few tracks here & there, with 90%+ left the same, and/or maybe at the later shows folks will hear "Wonderful Christmas Time". I'm sure the shows are great & it's nice to see the slideshows, but again my bet is that we'll be seeing the same thing over & over...hope I'm wrong BTW.
Awesoman wrote:Very cool that he's thrown in "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" as well as "And I Love Her". Other than a rare performace of the latter song on that Unplugged album, I don't believe he's ever played either song before during his solo career. I'm wondering if there are plans to release an exclusive Good Evening Europe live album, similar to when he put out Back In The World.
Yep, Paul and band rehearse songs for a tour and then they perform the songs on that tour. He has never radically changed the setlist on any tour he has been on. He may change a tune or two here or there to tweak the list pertaining to what he and the band feels what is working, what is tight. He is just not the type to just jam at 20 or 30 unrehearsed songs. Sure the songs would sound great to most but many would find the mistakes and criticize. Paul won't do or keep a song if it isn't done right. I guess we can all hope for the "Who cares what it sounds like" tour My opinion is Paul will never do such a thing. He doesn't need the work, the stress. He's clearly doing this for fun and if it means some people will have to hear the songs he has fun with, well, it's better than not hearing him live at all. There were too many years Paul did not tour when we all wish he would have.
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