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July 17, 1997 STANDING STONE UPDATE Richard Porter
(London Beatles Fanclub) reports - Tickets for Standing Stone performance
Hall layout Oct.14th go on sale on Friday 25th July at 10am -
both at the Albert Hall and by credit card. Paul will be performing at
the Standing Stone show - he will accompanied by the Brodsky Quartet on
a few songs. 2 other Macca pieces will be performed too - another new piece
called 'Spiral' and 'A Leaf' which was performed at the St James's Palace
concert a while ago.
July 5, 1997 article in The
June 27, 1997
Paul Plays Live on Chris Evans Show in the UK. As reported
by Lynn Douet on MACCA-Chat and in MACCA-L "Paul was on the TFI Friday
TV show here and it was brilliant! The show (1 hour long) was mostly
Paul ... great interview, not the normal stuff at all, all sorts of messing
around with Chris Evans, and then he played LIVE! Flaming Pie and
Young Boy. On Flaming Pie, he sat at the piano and sang, and behind him
were three large TV screens - one with Paul playing drums, one with Paul
playing bass and one with Paul playing guitar! Same sort of thing
for Young Boy, but he stood playing the guitar and singing. Chris
Evans, the presenter, said he had recorded the backing and video especially
- he was wonderful and sang well. Looks like he's had his hair changed
a bit as well - it looked more Beatle-ish." Was a busy night for Lynn since
she also had a ticket to see Ravi Shankar at The Barbican in London. "I
sat exactly two rows behind George Harrison and about two seats to his
right - so I was able to gaze at George all night!"
June 27, 1997
This from Colin Barratt "Paul was on for around 35 minutes.
He answered lots of questions - some faxed in from famous celebs (e.g.
Bono) One was faxed from Ringo "Paul. Who was your favourite Beatle?" Paul
answered that he "loved them all equally." He then went on to perform two
songs "Flaming Pie" and "Young Boy". His backing musicians were himself
on 3 monitors.
On Flaming Pie, while he played the multi-coloured piano
which he played in the FITD tour, the monitors showed Paul playing
June 14 1997
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1) left monitor - Lead guitar (Sunburst Les Paul)
On Young Boy Paul changed to accoustic guitar and from left
2) middle monitor Drums
3) Right Monitor - Hofner bass
1) Epiphone semi-accoustic guitar
After the two songs Paul and Chris Evans (the host) walked
briskly through the audience and out to a waiting speedboat on the Thames.
As they moved away from the quayside Paul shouted "As fast as you like!!"
and away they went.....!!!! He was incredible!!! He looked terrific. Seemed
happy and joked freely. Occasionally there are benefits to living on this
side of the Atlantic!!!
3) Bass (sorry I don't know the make)
The World Tonight backwards message
MACCA fans near Winnepeg, CANADA - There will be
a Flaming Pie CD Release
Party and it will take place at the King's Head Pub, King Street, Winnipeg
at 7:00pm, Wednesday, May 28. There will be some CD's and posters as give-aways,
contact by email email@example.com
The so-called Lost McCartney/Lennon 1974 Session Tapes
that Paul eluded to in the Townhall Meeting is apparently not so lost after
all a German
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