Budokan April 25 2017

Timeline More from year 2017
Publisher:
Piccadilly Circus
Reference:
PCCD-280/281/282

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Introduction

Live

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 25, 2017
















Disc 2















14.

Medley


1.

Golden Slumbers

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Live • Medley with "Carry That Weight","The End"

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 25, 2017


2.

Carry That Weight

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Live • Medley with "Golden Slumbers","The End"

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 25, 2017


3.

The End

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Live • Medley with "Golden Slumbers","Carry That Weight"

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 25, 2017


15.

Closing Announcement

Live

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 25, 2017

Disc 3


1.

Jam

Soundcheck

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 24, 2017















15.

Medley


1.

Golden Slumbers

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Soundcheck • Medley with "Carry That Weight","The End"

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 24, 2017


2.

Carry That Weight

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Soundcheck • Medley with "Golden Slumbers","The End"

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 24, 2017


3.

The End

Written by Lennon - McCartney

Soundcheck • Medley with "Golden Slumbers","Carry That Weight"

Concert From the concert in Tokyo, Japan on Apr 24, 2017

About

From giginjapan:

■ April 25, 2017 Complete recording of the Budokan performance in the front row recording
■ Sound check sound source of the previous day

Paul was Japan’s first experience of visiting Japan as the Beatles in 1966. After that, in 1975 he was announced as Wings, but due to preliminary examination the entry permission did not go down and was canceled. He returned to Japan again in 1980, but forced return without playing. And the first solo performance was in 1990, for the first time in 24 years. Although I will come to Japan again in 1993, next time I had to wait 9 years until 2002. And the memorable new year ‘s performance in 2013 was another nine years later. Speaking of Paul’s visit to Japan in this way, it should have been a very rare experience to be memorized in connection with that era, that moment.

However, rumors rumored that we will come back to Japan a couple of years after the excitement of the 2013 tour in Japan. I was surprised because it was true that I thought it was originally Gaseta. This performance in 2014 will be canceled due to poor physical condition, but I came again in 2015 to fulfill the contract. It is said to come to Japan in 2017 which will be the first time in two years. Paul’s arrival in Japan will no longer be a rare experience, but as part of the world tour, it will be incorporated into Paul’s routines in the US, Europe and Japan.

The biggest topic of the performance in Japan in 2015 was the Nippon Budokan performance for the first time in 49 years. One of the Beatles that appeared in the images of long time ago played at the Budokan again after half a century. Moreover, it was one that made fans crazy with a special set list only for Budokan including ‘First Girl’ which will be premiered. You can say that it was a historic triumphal performance in Japan’s rock.

In 2016, Paul enters a tour entitled “ONE ON ONE TOUR” for a new tour title. Paul was born in the prewar Showa 17th year, it is the late elderly who will be 75 years old in 2017. How long can we go to the tour after this? Perhaps not physically or age-old, such a large-scale tour will not be done in 5 years. And is not that self-awareness also in person himself? So, it is not an impatience to keep staging on the stage as much as possible so that there is no regrets, but I am thinking about closing such a life. For fans who have experienced the 1980’s when Paul is not on tour at all, he must be looking at Paul who is doing the annual tour as it is unbelievable.

The ONE ON ONE tour that began in 2016 has entered the second year. And on the New Year ‘s Eve 2016, the Japanese performance was announced in the form of sending a message to the Red and White Singing Battle. This is not only the first Japanese tour as ONE ON ONE, but also that Japan was chosen as the site of the first concert in 2017. It was told from the mouth that he was rehearsing for this Japanese performance again, the year changed, the new ONE ON ONE tour was expected, the announcement was in Japan. Initially, three performances were announced at the Tokyo Dome, after which the Budokan was announced again. Personally, I believe that Budokan is worth it to be once only, but as far as the fans are concerned, the number of performances will increase. The schedule of Paul’s visit to Japan in 2017 is as follows.

April 25, 2017 Nippon Budokan
Tokyo Dome April 27, 2017
Tokyo Dome April 29, 2017
Tokyo Dome April 30, 2017

Although it is worrisome that the number of performances decreases every year whenever you visit Japan every year, there are parts told by the tone of “Do you come again?” For other enthusiastic fans, which may be unavoidable . Especially the two previous tours in Japan are the same OUT THERE tour, and I still understand what has been received like that. However, this time it is a tour to Japan that changed tours and titles newly. Of course there was also a change in the set list, and attention was focused on the song unique to the ONE ON ONE tour that I could not listen to until now. This work is a complete collection of the Budokan performance of April 25, the first day of the performance of the 2017 tour.

The opening starts with ‘A Hard Day’s Night’ which is the biggest feature of the ONE ON ONE tour. In the original, Paul also sings the part that John was singing. And in the United States and Europe, “Save Us” was organized for the second song, but this time it is “Jet” at the Budokan. Following “Drive My Car” and “Junior’s Farm”, it is an expansion of the early stage which can excite the excitement as to what song to play next, with the pattern which has never been seen before. Especially “Jet” and “Junior’s Farm” are similar songs, which played a role of supplementing each other in the past, but it is the first time that two songs are played as well this time. In “Maybe I’m Amazed”, the voice seems to be awfully hard, and it has a sense of incongruity to miss the lyrics, but it can be said that there is significance in being able to listen with the performance and singing by Paul himself who is no longer the author.

Following “Everynight” after a long absence at the acoustic corner, the two songs “In Spite Of All Danger” and “Love Me Do” are the first for Japanese fans. The more unusual version was “Blackbird”. In the latter half of the song the performance becomes doubtful, I mistake the guitar for a moment. Although I got over well at that point, I made a mistake again shortly after being shaken, and there is a scene where “wait a minutes” (a little wait) and partitioning scenes are made regardless of the middle of the song. The audience got excited at this place, and in response to that, in “Blackbird” with a serious message, what Paul is singing while singing. And as if to chop it, “Tou, Bei, Fly” is changing the way of singing. It is solder happening. Also, although the image of the opening of “Magical Mystery Tour” is strong, like 1993’s THE NEW WORLD TOUR, this time it is playing in the middle of the second half.

Well, in this Budokan performance, “I Wanna Be Your Man” is a song of the ONE ON ONE tour that was newly added in 2017. Apples arrived in Japan in 2016 and performed a performance ahead of them, but this time Paul’s self-covering. Explanation of the first public disclosure in Japan from his / her mouth is made (in Japanese). Since the live version has already been recorded as a sound source from the sound check at the live album “Paul Is Live” in 1993, there is no shock as much as the previous “Another Girl”, and although the event was DESERT TRIP As we have already performed in this section, this means “to be released for the first time in Japan” to the last.

There are also world premiere, world premiere. Strictly speaking it is not the first time to play with a live, but it must be a rare selection. That is “SGT. Pepper’s Reprise”. It was described as “songs that I do not want to play in Tokyo”, which is Paul’s memory mismatch, in the performance in 1990 in Japan, “SGT. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and played in medley and 2002 The end of the year’s performance in Japan was this song and the medley of “The End”. However, it is the first time in the world to play alone as this time.

This work is fully recorded with the genuineness of the Budokan, high sound quality by the front row recording. Because it is in the front row, there is no seat to block the front and direct sound is recorded, which is also the reason for the advantage that you can hardly hear clapping and clapping. In audience recording, clapping hand clapping is extremely harsh and constantly running with the performances, but in this work there is also an environment and there is no such noise. For example, the drum solo of the bridge part shifting from “Carry That Weight” to “The End” has become a giant gate which enters a great clapping in any recording, but the fact that this part is recorded cleanly also is It should be a remarkable point. There should not be anything that surpasses this work just in audition recording. Especially, please listen to where confetti blows out after the concert. A large amount of confetti strikes the microphone directly, and it is recorded with a feeling like spraying directly to the microphone, as if it is very powerful buoa ~~~ – um, this fact is also the fact that this sound source is in the front row It comes from. The effect of “Live And Let Die” is not the level of explosion in front of you, it seems to be Dogo ~~~~~ and a big explosion.

For the Budokan performance this time, a sound check was held for two days. First of all, a sound check was held at the Budokan about 1 hour on April 24th, the day before the concert. Paul had arrived at the Budokan around 3:30 pm on the concert day on the day before because he had already done the sound check the day before, and only to play several songs for confirmation. On the disc 3 of this work, the sound check of 24 days ago of this two days is recorded with the audience recording. Not to mention “I Wanna Be Your Man” and “SGT. Pepper’s Reprise” which are the main points of the concert, of course, played “Match Box” which the apple was singing. In addition, I play “Honey Hush” for the first time in a while. As you can see from the track list, it is an hour like condensing the set list of the day. The attention is Little Richard’s cover “Miss Ann”. This song was also played in the Get Back session of the Beatles era, but in that case John had a fun and promptly shifted to “Kansas City”. This sound check completes perfectly as one song.

Paul · McCartney Complete comprehension at the Budokan performance on April 25, the first day from the performance in Japan in 2017 with the highest sound quality by the front row recording. A set list unique to the ONE ON ONE tour, including the world premiere “SGT. Pepper’s Reprise”. A number of titles will probably be released from the performance in Japan in 2017, which will probably be hazy in front of Piccadilly Circus Label who has been pursuing Paul’s latest tour over the years. Even if I listen to various other titles, I will eventually return to Piccadilly Circus Label, I wonder if such experiences are also being titled in the past in Japan tours. I would like you to trust the achievements we’ve accumulated over the years as a special label. And by the pride of the label, I am convinced that the choice is the best. In recent years when equipment has developed, it is possible for amateurs to record with some quality, but I want them to enjoy professional work in this work only because it is such times. Professional work. Permanent preservation of a beautiful picture / disk specification A tightly pressed board. Japanese-style attaching.

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