The Paul McCartney Project

Paul McCartney appears on the US version of the Desert Island Discs radio show

Sunday, November 25, 1990 • Posted in “A day in the life

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Eight years later, Paul McCartney appeared in the american edition of the ”Desert Island Discs” while he was in Los Angeles (Sunday, november 25, 1990) promoting the album ”Tripping The Live Fantastic”. For this occasion his selection of themes was more rock-oriented, including a number of songs of the Beatles and/or soloists.

  • -‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ by The Beatles.
  • -‘Beautiful Boy’ by John Lennon,
  • -‘Daytime Nightime Suffering’ by Wings
  • -‘Love Me Do’ by The Beatles,
  • -‘Birthday’ by The Beatles (by then his last solo single with his 1990 band),
  • -‘Purple Haze’ by Jimi Hendrix,
  • -‘That’ll Be The Day’ by Buddy Holly,
  • -‘God Only Knows’ by The Beach Boys,
  • -‘Touch Of Grey’ by The Grateful Dead, (the most current song of all of them, hit single of 1987)
  • -‘Rock And Roll Music’ by Chuck Berry,
  • -‘Mr Tambourine Man’ by Bob Dylan,
  • -‘Long Tall Sally’ por Little Richard.”

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