The Paul McCartney Project

Driving Rain... In The New Century

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BATZ
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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Maybe Baby

Written by Buddy Holly, Norman Petty

1:59 • Studio version • No rule without exception. This song is not from the "new" but from the "old" century. It was recorded in Los Angeles and released 00-06-06 on the movie soundtrack of the same name (Virgin 7243 8 4939427 (CDV 2916)). Like it or not, it's a typical Jeff Lynne production.

Recording:
September 1999


2.

That's All Right Mama

Written by Arthur Crudup

3:48 • Studio versionB • New York, Paul on vocals and bass with Elvis Presley's sidemen Scotty Moore on guitar ad D.J. Fontana on drums. Produced by Ahmet Ertegun. The song was released 01-12-10 on "Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy Of Sun Records" (Warner/Sire 4344-31165-2).

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Vocals
Scotty Moore:
Guitar
D.J. Fontana:
Drums
Frank Filipetti:
Engineer
Ahmet Ertegun:
Producer

Session Recording:
Mar 09, 2000
Studio:
Sear Sound Studio, New York City


3.

I'm Partial To Your Abracadabra

Written by Ian Dury, Chaz Jankel

3:34 • Studio versionA • A tribute to the late Ian Dury who died in March 2000. This version was recorded a few months later by Paul with Ian's original band The Blockheads and released 01-04 on the compilation album "Brand New Boots And Panties" (East Central One NEWBOOTS 2CD 5000220588 ADZ).


4.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

3:14 • Studio versionB • Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, Paul on Hofner bass, Martin acoustic, Epiphone guitar and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums and tambourine, Rusty Anderson on Gibson SG electric guitar, pedal steel guitar and Gibson acoustic guitar, Gabe Dixon on Wurlitzer electric piano, David Kahne on Roland organ. This is the "Dave Way radio remix" that was mixed late 01-06 and released 02-03-14 as a promo CD and jukebox single.

Recording:
Feb 16, 2001


5.

Rinse The Raindrops

Written by Paul McCartney

5:03 • Studio versionA1 • Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, Paul on Hofner bass, Spanish guitar and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on Paul's Ludwig drums and accordion, Rusty Anderson on Gibson 335 electric guitar, and Gibson Stratocaster electric guitar, Gabe Dixon on Wurlitzer electric piano, piano and Hammond organ. This is a shortened "single remix" for U.S. jukeboxes only. By the way, who puts money in a jukebox for "Rinse The Raindrops?"

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Executive producer, Spanish guitar, Vocals
Rusty Anderson:
Electric guitar
Abe Laboriel Jr.:
Accordion, Drums
Gabe Dixon:
Electric piano, Hammond organ, Piano
David Kahne:
Mixing, Producer
Mark Dearnley:
Engineer, Mixing
Jaime Sickora:
Assistant engineer
Kevin Mills:
Second assistant engineer

Session Recording:
Feb 19, 2001
Studio:
Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles


6.

From A Lover To A Friend

Written by Paul McCartney

3:42 • Studio versionB • Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, Paul on piano, Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on 12-string electric guitar with a capo on the 1st fret, Gabe Dixon on piano, Dave Kahne remixed the song twice for the "From A Lover To A Friend" CD single, released 01-10-29. This is Dave Kahne remix #1.

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Executive producer, Piano, Vocals
Rusty Anderson:
12-string electric guitar
Abe Laboriel Jr.:
Drums
Gabe Dixon:
Piano
David Kahne:
Producer

Session Recording:
Feb 20, 2001
Studio:
Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles


7.

From A Lover To A Friend

Written by Paul McCartney

5:24 • Studio versionC • Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, Paul on piano, Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on 12-string electric guitar with a capo on the 1st fret, Gabe Dixon on piano, Dave Kahne remixed the song twice for the "From A Lover To A Friend" CD single, released 01-10-29. This is Dave Kahne remix #2.

Paul McCartney:
Bass, Executive producer, Piano, Vocals
Rusty Anderson:
12-string electric guitar
Abe Laboriel Jr.:
Drums
Gabe Dixon:
Piano
David Kahne:
Producer

Session Recording:
Feb 20, 2001
Studio:
Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles


8.

So Bad

Written by Paul McCartney

3:35 • Studio versionC • A&M Studios, Los Angeles. During the recording of "Driving Rain" Paul visited young Lindsay Pagano in the neighbour studio. Her producer Jude Cole told Paul that they still needed another song for Lindsay's debut album. Paul assumed his "So Bad" from "Pipes Of Peace" and offered it with the words: "Hey Jude, take this song and make it better!". Paul also joined for the vocals. The song was released 01-12-18 on the album "Love & Faith & Inspiration" (Warner 947953-2).

Recording:
February 2001


9.

Vanilla Sky

Written by Paul McCartney

2:45 • Studio versionA • Cameron Crowe asked Paul to contribute a song for his upcoming movie. Paul intended "From A Lover To A Friend" but Crowe asked if Paul could write something new, with a kind of folk feeling. Paul agreed and wrote "Vanilla Sky" (that sounds much like "Biker Like An Icon"). The song was released 01-12-11 on Reprise in the U.S. and one month later in Europe.

Recording:
March 2001


10.

I've Just Seen A Face

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:54 • Live • One day before the "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert Macca joined Paul Simon during the encores of the last show of Brian Wilson's and Paul Simon's '01 tour.

Concert From "Paul Simon's summer tour with Brian Wilson" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 13, 2001


11.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

2:38 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


12.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

2:12 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


13.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

2:56 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


14.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

0:51 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


15.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

3:51 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


16.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

2:02 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


17.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:35 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


18.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:57 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


19.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:14 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


20.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:43 • Rehearsal • Recorded in Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom on rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield".

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


21.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:22 • Live • Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ballroom, "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert.

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


22.

The Long And Winding Road

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:58 • Live • Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ballroom, "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert.

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


23.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

4:49 • Live • Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ballroom, "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert.

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


24.

Jerk Of All Jerks

1:47 • Live • Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ballroom, "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert.

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


25.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

5:02 • Live • Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ballroom, "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert.

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001


26.

I've Just Seen A Face

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:10 • Live • Beverly Hills, Beverly Wilshire Hotel Ballroom, "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert. For the final encore Paul Simon joined on the "Help!" classic for a second time.

Concert From "Adopt-A-Minefield Benefit Gala" in Los Angeles, USA on Jun 14, 2001

Disc 2


1.

Inside Thing

Written by Paul McCartney, Tony Ashton, Dave Edmunds, Billy Bremner

4:48 • Studio versionA • A duet version of Wings' "Let 'Em In" was released on Lulu's "Together" album 02-05-20.

Recording:
June 2001


2.

Your Loving Flame

Written by Paul McCartney

3:41 • Studio version • Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, Paul on piano, Hofner bass, vocals and tambourine, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on Paul's Ludwig drum kit and backing vocals, Rusty Anderson on Les Paul electric guitar, acoustic guitar with a capo on the 1st fret and backing vocals, Gabe Dixon on Hammond organ and backing vocals, David Kahne sampled orchestra. String quartet by David Campbell viola, Matt Funes viola, Joel Derouin violin and Larry Corbett cello. This is the "Dave Way radio remix" that was mixed late 01-06 and released 02-03-14 as a promo CD (Capitol DPRO 7087 6 16914 2 9) and jukebox vinyl single.

Recording:
Jun 19, 2001


3.

Volare - Yellow Submarine

0:17 • Live • Paul on the Italia 1 show "Le Iene", Venice, broadcast 01-09-23

Recording:
Sep 04, 2001


4.

Backstage At The Howard Stern Show

0:23 • Other • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
Sep 17, 2001


5.

Backstage At The Howard Stern Show With Ozzy Osbourne

0:26 • Other • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
Sep 17, 2001


6.

Leaving The Howard Stern Show To Rehearsal

0:46 • Other • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
Sep 17, 2001


7.

Out And About In New York

1:02 • Other • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
Sep 18, 2001


8.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

1:34 • Rehearsal • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com. Rehearsal.

Recording:
Sep 18, 2001


9.

From A Lover To A Friend

Written by Paul McCartney

1:00 • Rehearsal • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com. Rehearsal.

Recording:
Sep 18, 2001


10.

Backstage At The MSG Meeting The Band

1:29 • Other • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
Sep 19, 2001


11.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:34 • Rehearsal • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com. Rehearsal.

Recording:
Sep 19, 2001


12.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

1:40 • Rehearsal • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com. Rehearsal.

Recording:
Sep 19, 2001


13.

From A Lover To A Friend

Written by Paul McCartney

1:00 • Rehearsal • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com. Rehearsal.

Recording:
Sep 19, 2001


14.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

1:12 • Rehearsal • Excerpt snippet from www.paulmccartney.com. Rehearsal. The song was written 01-09-13.

Recording:
Sep 19, 2001


15.

The Concert For New York City


1.

I'm Down

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:09 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


2.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

4:26 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


3.

From A Lover To A Friend

Written by Paul McCartney

4:13 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


4.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:00 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


5.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:53 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


6.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

6:28 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


7.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:47 • Live • Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York, for "The Concert For New York City" and aired live on many TV stations. Paul on Hofner bass and vocals, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar and Gabe Dixon on keyboards and Will Lee on bass.

Concert From "The Concert For New York City" in New York, USA on Oct 20, 2001


16.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

2:37 • Other • The "Concert For New York City" version was used for overdubs on 01-10-23. The album and single version lasts 3'34". Here we have a shortened radio edit that is available on U.S. vinyl jukebox singles only.

Recording:
Oct 23, 2001


17.

Rock Island Line

Written by Traditional

1:11 • Other • "Nice Time", Virgin Radio with Pete Mitchell & Geoff Lloyd.

Recording:
Nov 15, 2001


18.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:42 • Other • "CD:UK", ITV with Blair Cunningham on drums, Giles Palmer on guitar, Luke Judy on keyboards.

Recording:
Nov 24, 2001


19.

Heather

Written by Paul McCartney

0:22 • Other • Short rendition from the GMTV, ITV "breakfast show" with Penny Smith.

Recording:
Nov 26, 2001


20.

Let's Get Married Love (You And Me)

0:16 • Other • Short rendition from the GMTV, ITV "breakfast show" with Penny Smith.

Recording:
Nov 26, 2001


21.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:21 • Other • Recorded mid November 2001 for the Dutch "Tros TV Show" with Ivo Niehe, NED2, broadcast 01-12-11.

Recording:
Mid-November 2001


22.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

0:10 • Other • Recorded mid November 2001 for the Dutch "Tros TV Show" with Ivo Niehe, NED2, broadcast 01-12-11.

Recording:
Mid-November 2001


23.

Heather

Written by Paul McCartney

0:16 • Other • Recorded mid November 2001 for the Dutch "Tros TV Show" with Ivo Niehe, NED2, broadcast 01-12-11.

Recording:
Mid-November 2001


24.

Back In The Sunshine Again

Written by Paul McCartney, James McCartney

0:23 • Other • Recorded mid November 2001 for the Dutch "Tros TV Show" with Ivo Niehe, NED2, broadcast 01-12-11.

Recording:
Mid-November 2001


25.

The Nobel Peace Prize 100th Anniversary Concert


1.

Your Loving Flame

Written by Paul McCartney

1:11 • Soundcheck • Oslo, Grand Hotel, afternoon soundcheck for the "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize", with Rusty Anderson on guitar and Blair Cunningham on drums.

Concert From "The Nobel Peace Prize 100th Anniversary Concert" in Oslo, Norway on Dec 11, 2001


2.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:14 • Soundcheck • Oslo, Grand Hotel, afternoon soundcheck for the "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize", with Rusty Anderson on guitar and Blair Cunningham on drums.

Concert From "The Nobel Peace Prize 100th Anniversary Concert" in Oslo, Norway on Dec 11, 2001


3.

Your Loving Flame

Written by Paul McCartney

4:41 • Live • Oslo, Grand Hotel, "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize", with Rusty Anderson on guitar and Blair Cunningham on drums.

Concert From "The Nobel Peace Prize 100th Anniversary Concert" in Oslo, Norway on Dec 11, 2001


4.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:47 • Live • Oslo, Grand Hotel, "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize", with Rusty Anderson on guitar and Blair Cunningham on drums.

Concert From "The Nobel Peace Prize 100th Anniversary Concert" in Oslo, Norway on Dec 11, 2001


5.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:36 • Live • Oslo, Grand Hotel, "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize", with Rusty Anderson on guitar and Blair Cunningham on drums. This "grande finale" also features Morten Harket, Natalie Imbruglia, Anastasia, Wyclef Jean, Daniela Mercury, Youssou N'Dour, Russel Watson, Barbara Hendricks, Paul Bateman on lead vocals, Pal Waaktar on guitar, Magne Furuholmen on guitar, backing vocals by International Centipede Children For Peace Choir, orchestration by Norwegian Broadcasting Orchestra.

Concert From "The Nobel Peace Prize 100th Anniversary Concert" in Oslo, Norway on Dec 11, 2001

Disc 3


1.

Improvisation

0:24 • Radio show • RPC, Canal Jimmy, Manchester, broadcast 01-12-26.

Recording:
Dec 12, 2001


2.

Your Loving Flame

Written by Paul McCartney

0:57 • Radio show • RPC, Canal Jimmy, Manchester, broadcast 01-12-26.

Recording:
Dec 12, 2001


3.

Back In The Sunshine Again

Written by Paul McCartney, James McCartney

0:55 • Radio show • RPC, Canal Jimmy, Manchester, broadcast 01-12-26.

Recording:
Dec 12, 2001


4.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:15 • Other • BBC, Radio 1 with Mark Radcliffe on drums, Marc "Lard" Riley on guitar and Chris Lee on bass.

Recording:
Dec 13, 2001


5.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:59 • Other • Recorded live on the German TV show "Wetten ... dass?", ZDF, in Dresden, hosted by Thomas Gottschalk.

Recording:
Dec 15, 2001


6.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

2:39 • Other • Recorded live on the German TV show "Wetten ... dass?", ZDF, in Dresden, hosted by Thomas Gottschalk.

Recording:
Dec 15, 2001


7.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

4:36 • Live • From the "Super Bowl Finale", New Orleans, Superdome, with Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Rusty Anderson on guitar, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards and Brian Ray on bass.

Concert From "Super Bowl XXXVI Pregame Ceremonies" in New Orleans, USA on Feb 03, 2002

Recording:
Feb 03, 2002


8.

A Hard Day's Night

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:33 • Live • From the "Super Bowl Finale", New Orleans, Superdome, short rendition with Terry Bradshaw.

Concert From "Super Bowl XXXVI Pregame Ceremonies" in New Orleans, USA on Feb 03, 2002

Recording:
Feb 03, 2002


9.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

6:37 • Outtake • Paul's guest appearance during "A Tribute To George Harrison", Liverpool, Liverpool Empire. Paul sang "... why he had to go ...".

Recording:
Feb 24, 2002


10.

Vanilla Sky

Written by Paul McCartney

2:48 • Live • Paul's soundtrack was one of the four nominees for the Academy Award. So he played it live for the "Oscar presentation" at the Kodak Theatre, Hollywood & Highland, Los Angeles. Paul on Spanish guitar and vocals, Rusty Anderson on acoustic guitar and Jim Walker on flute.

Recording:
Mar 25, 2002


11.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

3:49 • Studio version • Video soundtrack

Recording:
April 2002


12.

Your Loving Flame

Written by Paul McCartney

3:48 • Studio version • Video soundtrack

Recording:
April 2002


13.

Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal


1.

Back In The U.S.S.R.

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:37 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


2.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

0:19 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


3.

Hello Goodbye

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:16 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


4.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

0:19 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


5.

Band On The Run

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

0:35 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


6.

Coming Up

Written by Paul McCartney

0:20 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


7.

Maybe I'm Amazed

Written by Paul McCartney

0:13 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


8.

Blackbird

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:22 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


9.

Eleanor Rigby

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:17 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


10.

Vanilla Sky

Written by Paul McCartney

0:26 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


11.

Getting Better

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:10 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


12.

Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:24 • Rehearsal • Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal excerpt from www.paulmccartney.com.

Recording:
April 2002


14.

Mull Of Kintyre

Written by Paul McCartney, Denny Laine

5:54 • Live • Toronto, Air Canada Center, performed as an "encore" before the final song. This song was performed together with Toronto's Peel Regional Police Pipe Band only once during the tour.

Concert From the concert in Toronto, Canada on Apr 13, 2002


15.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

0:35 • Live • "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno.

Recording:
May 03, 2002


16.

Party At The Palace


1.

Her Majesty

Written by Lennon - McCartney

1:01 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden (BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio). Paul solely on acoustic guitar.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


2.

Blackbird

Written by Lennon - McCartney

5:56 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden (BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio). Paul solely on acoustic guitar.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


3.

While My Guitar Gently Weeps

Written by George Harrison

6:04 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden (BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio). This tribute to George Harrison is sung and played by Eric Clapton (whose lead guitar also could be heard on the original 1968 recording of the song) with Paul on electric piano and backing vocals, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards, Ray Cooper on percussion, Phil Collins on drums, Phil Palmer on guitar, Pino Palladino on bass, Eric Robinson on saxophone, the Royal Academy Of Music Symphony Orchestra directed by Michael Kamen and Claudia Fontaine, Sam Brown and Margo Buchanan on backing vocals.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


4.

Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) - The End

4:39 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden (BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio). Paul on electric guitar, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums and Brian Ray on electric guitar.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


5.

All You Need Is Love

Written by Lennon - McCartney

4:12 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden (BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio). Paul on bass and vocals, Rod Stewart on vocals, Joe Cocker on vocals, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar, Brian Ray on electric guitar, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums, Ray Cooper on percussion, Phil Collins on drums, Phil Palmer on guitar, Pino Palladino on bass, Eric Robinson on saxophone, the Royal Academy Of Music Symphony Orchestra directed by Michael Kamen and Claudia Fontaine, Sam Brown, Margo Buchanan on backing vocals.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


6.

Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:52 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden (BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio). Paul on piano and vocals, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar, Brian Ray on bass, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


7.

I Saw Her Standing There

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:13 • Live • "Party At The Palace", London, Buckingham Palace Garden. This additional rocker wasn't aired on TV but first by German radio SWR3 on 00-06-04. Paul on bass and vocals, Rusty Anderson on electric guitar, Brian Ray on electric guitar, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards, Abe Laboriel Jnr. on drums.

Concert From "Party At The Palace" in London, United Kingdom on Jun 03, 2002


17.

Goodnight Princess

Written by Paul McCartney

1:41 • Studio version • Hidden track

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From the liner notes:

This amazing 3-CD-set offers about 4 hours and almost 100 songs that Paul McCartney recorded during the last two and a half years. NOT on this set are the five special poem readings that McCartney did in 2001, the common Driving Rain album, the many many spoken words for radio and TV and the 27 live shows he did during April and May 2002. Otherwise you won’t find a musical snippet, mix, TV show, guest appearance or anything else that is not on this set.


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