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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Too Many People

Written by Paul McCartney

4:12 • Studio version • [mono 45]


2.

Hi Hi Hi [instrumental]

3:08 • Studio version


3.

Live And Let Die

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

3:10 • Studio version • [DTS downmix]


4.

Helen Wheels

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

5:47 • Studio version • [extended version]


5.

Junior's Farm

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

4:21 • Studio version • [instrumental]


6.

Seaside Woman

Written by Linda McCartney

3:40 • Studio version • [45 mix]


7.

B-Side To Seaside

Written by Linda McCartney

2:39 • Studio version • [45 mix]


8.

Mull Of Kintyre

Written by Paul McCartney, Denny Laine

4:52 • Studio version • [video mix]


9.

Coming Up

Written by Paul McCartney

3:50 • Studio version • [Wingspan edit]


10.

Get It

Written by Paul McCartney

2:30 • Studio version • [45 version]


11.

It's Not On

Written by Paul McCartney

2:56 • Studio version • [demo sequence]


12.

The Girl Is Mine

Written by Michael Jackson

3:17 • Studio version • [alternate promo edit]


13.

The Honorary Consul

Written by Paul McCartney

3:45 • Studio version • Theme From


14.

Ballroom Dancing

Written by Paul McCartney

6:22 • Studio version • [film mix]


15.

No Values

Written by Paul McCartney

5:29 • Studio version • [film mix]


16.

Rupert And The Frog Song [TV ad]

0:10 • Studio version


17.

We All Stand Together

Written by Paul McCartney

3:06 • Studio version • [promo edit]


18.

Do They Know It's Christmas [Trevor Horn Remix]

6:16 • Studio version


19.

Feed The World

4:19 • Studio version


20.

Messages

3:15 • Studio version


21.

All The Best [TV ad]

0:31 • Studio version

Disc 2


1.

Introduction

1:38 • Studio version


2.

I Saw Her Standing There

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:15 • Studio version • [live 6-20-86]


3.

Long Tall Sally

Written by Richard Penniman, Enotris Johnson, Robert Blackwell

2:20 • Studio version • [live 6-20-86]


4.

Get Back

Written by Lennon - McCartney

4:38 • Studio version • [live 6-20-86]


5.

Rockestra Theme

Written by Paul McCartney

4:06 • Studio version


6.

Rockestra Theme

Written by Paul McCartney

7:44 • Studio version • [extended version]


7.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

4:38 • Studio version


8.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:34 • Studio version • [The Gospel Jam Mix]


9.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

6:31 • Studio version • [extended version]


10.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

6:10 • Studio version • [Mega Message Mix]


11.

Children In Need

Written by Nicky Hopkins, Craig Mathieson

4:50 • Studio versionA


12.

Children In Need

Written by Nicky Hopkins, Craig Mathieson

4:47 • Studio versionB • Instrumental version


13.

In Liverpool

Written by Paul McCartney

4:46 • Studio version • This is from the 2 DVD set “Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Oratorio” released in 2004. The song ‘In Liverpool’ was part of the documentary “Echoes” which was on the second DVD along with another documentary titled “Ghosts Of The Past”. The ‘Liverpool Oratorio’ was largely based on the former Beatles’ childhood in Liverpool and was written in conjunction with conductor Carl Davis. Paul also played this song at The Liverpool Sound concert held at Anfield stadium in Liverpool on June 1, 2008 to celebrate the city’s year as the European Capital of Culture. The concert was headlined by Paul McCartney who was playing in his home city for the first time in five years. Paul played ‘In Liverpool’ – a song he had never played before and hasn’t played since.


14.

Ferry Cross The Mersey

Written by Gerry Marsden

4:01 • Studio versionA

Performed by:
Paul McCartneyGerry MarsdenStock Aitken WatermanHolly JohnsonThe Christians
Stock Aitken Waterman:
Producer

15.

This One

Written by Paul McCartney

4:11 • Studio version • [remix]


16.

Coming Up

Written by Paul McCartney

5:18 • Studio version • [live 6-30-90]


17.

Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:06 • Studio version • [live 6-30-90]

Disc 3


1.

Band On The Run

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

5:14 • Studio version • [rehearsal 7-21-89]


2.

Hiroshima Sky Is Always Blue

Written by Yoko Ono

7:47 • Studio version

Paul McCartney:
Backing vocals, Bass
Linda McCartney:
Celeste
James McCartney:
Guitar
Heather McCartney:
Backing vocals, Percussion
Yoko Ono:
Vocal
Mary McCartney:
Backing vocals, Percussion
Stella McCartney:
Backing vocals, Percussion
Sean Lennon:
Guitar

Session Recording:
Jan 28, 1995
Studio:
Hog Hill Studio, Rye, UK


3.

Beauiful Night [basic tracks]

4:58 • Studio version


4.

Little Child

Written by Lennon - McCartney

4:58 • Studio version • ren


5.

Blue Suede Shoes

Written by Carl Perkins

2:20 • Studio version • [live 3-15-99]


6.

What'd I Say

Written by Ray Charles

4:55 • Studio version • [live 3-15-99]


7.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

5:10 • Studio version • [live 3-15-99]


8.

Lonesome Town

Written by Baker Knight

4:00 • Studio version • [live 4-10-99]


9.

All My Loving

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:06 • Studio version • [live 4-10-99]


10.

Vo!ce

Written by Paul McCartney, Heather Mills, Nikko Patrelakis

4:15 • Studio versionC • [Someone U Love Edit]


11.

About You

Written by Paul McCartney

0:44 • Studio version • [snippet]


12.

Your Loving Flame

Written by Paul McCartney

1:15 • Studio version • [snippet]


13.

Lonely Road

Written by Paul McCartney

1:02 • Studio version • [snippet]


14.

I Do

Written by Paul McCartney

0:56 • Studio version • Snippet


15.

Driving Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

1:06 • Studio version • [snippet]


16.

Rinse The Raindrops

Written by Paul McCartney

5:03 • Studio versionA1 • Promo edit

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


17.

Jim Carrey Introduction

1:40 • Studio version


18.

I'm Down

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:46 • Studio version • [live 10-20-01]


19.

Yesterday

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:00 • Studio version • [live 10-20-01]


20.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

3:54 • Studio version • [live 10-20-01]


21.

Let It Be

Written by Lennon - McCartney

6:05 • Studio version • [live 10-20-01]


22.

Freedom

Written by Paul McCartney

4:55 • Studio version • [live 10-20-01]

Disc 4


1.

Matchbox

Written by Carl Perkins

3:55 • Studio version • [soundcheck]


2.

Midnight Special [soundcheck]

2:37 • Studio version


3.

Bring It To Jerome

Written by Jerome Green

2:47 • Studio version • [soundcheck]


4.

San Francisco Bay Blues

Written by Jesse Fuller

3:00 • Studio version • [soundcheck]


5.

Drive My Car

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:31 • Studio version • [live 2-6-03]


6.

The Long And Winding Road

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:35 • Studio version • [live 5-5-02]


7.

Coming Up

Written by Paul McCartney

6:13 • Studio version • [Lost Vegas Summer Funk]


8.

Muzik

3:34 • Studio version


9.

Muzik [instrumental]

3:34 • Studio version


10.

Do They Know It's Christmas

5:04 • Studio version


11.

Whole Life

Written by Paul McCartney, Dave Stewart

3:55 • Studio version • [Web Remix]


12.

Jenny Wren

Written by Paul McCartney

3:46 • Studio version • [instrumental]


13.

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Written by Lennon - McCartney

2:23 • Studio version • [live 7-2-05]


14.

The Long And Winding Road

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:34 • Studio version • [live 7-2-05]


15.

Too Much Rain

Written by Paul McCartney

3:54 • Studio version • [live 7-28-05]


16.

Jenny Wren

Written by Paul McCartney

3:49 • Studio version • [live 7-28-05]


17.

Say Say Say

Written by Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson

6:01 • Studio version • (Waiting 4 U) [Delano & Crockett's Late Nite Dub Mix]


18.

Say Say Say

Written by Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson

6:09 • Studio version • (Waiting 4 U) [Patric & Timo Remix]


19.

With A Little Luck

Written by Paul McCartney

3:49 • Studio version • [Chris Mix]


20.

Listen To What The Man Said

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

5:41 • Studio version • [Chris Mix]

Disc 5


1.

Jet

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

3:16 • Studio version • [radio edit]


2.

Jet

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

7:44 • Studio version • [vocal mix]


3.

Jet

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

7:31 • Studio version • [dub]


4.

Jet

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

3:58 • Studio version • [2016 vocal mix]


5.

Rain

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:20 • Studio version • Come Come Shine [A & L original radio edit]


6.

Rain

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:05 • Studio version • Come Come Shine [A & L original extendid mix]


7.

Rain

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:49 • Studio version • Come Come Shine [StoneBridge remix]


8.

Rain

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:49 • Studio version • Come Come Shine [Friscia & Lamboy mix]


9.

Rain

Written by Lennon - McCartney

5:31 • Studio version • Come Come Shine [Mike Cruz vox mix]


10.

Rain

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:47 • Studio version • Come Come Shine [Tata Young video edit]


11.

Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight

Written by Paul McCartney

4:54 • Studio version • [Wall Of Sound mix]



13.

Let Me Roll It

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

4:37 • Studio version • [live promo edit]


14.

Listen To What The Man Said

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

6:24 • Studio version • [2010 dance remix]

Disc 6


1.

Band On The Run

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

5:22 • Studio version • [live 6-27-10]



3.

Day Tripper

Written by Lennon - McCartney

3:39 • Studio version • [live 6-27-10]


4.

Hey Jude

Written by Lennon - McCartney

7:58 • Studio version • [live 6-27-10]


5.

He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother

4:34 • Studio version


6.

He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother [instrumental]

4:34 • Studio version


7.

All Of Me

Written by Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons

3:22 • Studio version


8.

New

Written by Paul McCartney

3:25 • Studio version • [The Dam Remix]


9.

Hope For The Future

Written by Paul McCartney

3:29 • Studio version • [Video Mix]


10.

Come And Get It

Written by Paul McCartney

2:59 • Studio version


11.


12.

Love Song to the Earth

Written by Natasha Bedingfield, Sean Paul, Toby Gad, John Shanks

4:11 • Studio version • Love Song To The Earth [Rico Bernasconi Radio Mix]


13.

Love Song to the Earth

Written by Natasha Bedingfield, Sean Paul, Toby Gad, John Shanks

5:23 • Studio version • Love Song To The Earth [Rico Bernasconi Club Mix]


14.

Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

2:47 • Studio version • [Radio Edit]


15.

Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

6:01 • Studio version • [Original Mix]


16.

Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

5:08 • Studio version • [Club Mix]


17.

Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five

Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney

8:50 • Studio version • [Tim Green Remix]


18.

Sumo Cupid

0:04 • Studio version


19.

Excited Lover!

0:04 • Studio version


20.

My Valentine

Written by Paul McCartney

0:04 • Studio version • Be ?


21.

In Love!

0:05 • Studio version


22.

Flirting

0:06 • Studio version


23.

Solo & Lovin' It!

0:06 • Studio version


24.

Tangled In Love

0:05 • Studio version


25.

Crush On You

0:05 • Studio version


26.

Hug!

0:05 • Studio version


27.

Miss You!

0:06 • Studio version

About

NOTES:
DISC 1:
1-01 Too Many People [mono 45]
The album Ram was mixed both in stereo and in mono. In August 1971, when ‘Uncle Albert/Admiral
Halsey’ b/w ‘Too Many People’ was released as a single in the U.S.
Apple also released a promo 45 (PRO 6279) with mono mixes of both songs. The mix for
‘Too Many People’ is unique to this promo.
1-02 Hi Hi Hi [instrumental]
Taken from the multi tracks when this song featured in the video game Rock Band (or Guitar Hero…) and
thus the individual tracks were available.
1-03 Live And Let Die [DTS downmix]
The Bond movie ‘Live and Let Die’ has been released three times on DVD, including as a Special Edition,
and as an Ultimate Edition. On November 11, 2008 a Blu-Ray disc was released, using the same source
as the Ultimate Edition DVD.
The English audio option on the Blu-Ray is DTS HD Master Audio 5.1 surround.
1-04 Helen Wheels [extended version]
A fan constructed mix using the MOGGs.
1-05 Junior’s Farm [instrumental]
Taken from the multi tracks when this song featured in the video game Rock Band (or Guitar Hero…) and
thus the individual tracks were available.
1-06 Seaside Woman [45 mix]
Song written by Linda McCartney. Recorded with Wings on November 7, 1972 at AIR Studios, London
with Paul producing. Released as a single by Suzy and the Red Stripes on May 31,1977 in the US and
August 10, 1979 in the UK. The 7” version is an edit of the 12”, released on July 7, 1986.
1-07 B-Side To Seaside [45 mix]
The B-Side of the 7” single ‘Seaside Woman’.
1-08 Mull Of Kintyre
To promote the ‘Mull Of Kintyre’ single, two different videos were shot. The first was in Scotland, on
October 13, 1977 with Michael Lindsay-Hogg directing. The second was on a film set in Elstree Studios
in London, on December 9 with director Nicholas Ferguson.
A third version circulates, but is taken from the TV show “The Mike Yarwood Christmas Show” and is not
a video clip.
This newly-remixed soundtrack for the first version of the video was released in July 2016 to promote
Pure McCartney as part of a 360VR video available on YouTube. It adds Foley (the reproduction of
everyday sound effects) and for the first time, a cold ending to the track. The original video’s release
featured the record as the soundtrack.
1-09 Coming Up [Wingspan edit]
Wingspan, released on May 7, 2001 has this unique edit of the studio version.
1-10 Get It [45 version]
In September 1982, the song was released as the B-Side of ‘Tug of War’.
The same mix as on the album was used, but with a fade out.
1-11 It’s Not On [demo sequence]
One of the few surprises on the ‘Archive Collection’ of Paul’s album was the so called demo of an
unknown song called ‘It’s Not On’. It was recorded at AIR Studios, London, on February 2, 1982. This is a
sequence of the recording process.
1-12 The Girl Is Mine [alternate promo edit]
An alternate edit, released in October 1982 on a US promo.
1-13 Theme From The Honorary Consul
A single by classical guitarist John Williams, released in December 1983 as ‘Paul McCartney’s Theme’.
Recorded in February ’83 at AIR Studios in London.
1-14 Ballroom Dancing [film mix]
A remake of the ‘Tug Of war’ song, recorded on February 28, 1983 at AIR Studios in London for
McCartney’s movie ‘Give My Regards to Broad Street’.
Paul and Linda are accompanied by John Paul Jones on bass, Ringo Starr on drums, Dave Edmunds &
Chris Spedding on guitars. George Martin produced. This version used in the movie is longer than the
version on the soundtrack.
1-15 No Values [film mix]
Recorded on March 11, 1983, with Paul on bass, Dave Edmunds and Chris Spedding both on guitars and
backing vocals, Linda on keyboards & vocals and Ringo on drums. As can be seen in the movie, the song
originally ended in a jam that was edited for the album ‘Give My Regards to Broad Street’.
1-16 Rupert And The Frog Song [TV ad]
A TV ad for the mini-movie around Rupert Bear, featuring ‘We All Stand Together’.
1-17 We All Stand Together [promo edit]
Promo edit, released in November 1984.
1-18 Do They Know It’s Christmas [Trevor Horn Remix]
For the B-Side of the 12” single from Band Aid, Trevor Horn produced a track in his own studio using the
same instrumental track and featuring messages from artists who had been at the recording. It also
contained messages from those who had been unable to attend including David Bowie, Paul McCartney,
the members of Big Country and Holly Johnson from Frankie Goes to Hollywood. This was released in
December 1984.
1-19 Feed The World
The B-Side of the charity single from Band Aid, containing messages (including Paul McCartney’s) over a
remix of the backing track.
1-20 Messages
‘The Crowd’ was a charity group formed specifically to produce a charity record for the Bradford City
stadium fire, in which 56 people died on 11 May 1985. The group consisted of singers, actors, television
personalities and others. Paul contributed a message to the B-Side, which was called… ‘Messages’. The
A-Side was a cover of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.
The record reached Number 1 in the UK, on June 1, 1985.
1-21 All The Best [TV ad]
Another TV ad, this one for Paul’s new compilation album ‘All The Best’ from November 1987.
DISC 2:
2-01 Introduction
2-02 I Saw Her Standing There [live 20.06.86]
2-03 Long Tall Sally [live 20.06.86]
2-04 Get Back [live 20.06.86]
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of The Prince’s Trust charity, a concert was held in the Wembley Arena,
on June 20, 1986. A variety of rock stars performed and the Prince and Princess of Wales attended.A live
album of the concert, called “Recorded Highlights Of The Prince’s Trust 10th Anniversary Birthday Party”
was released on May 4, 1987. It included the live version of ‘Get Back’ by Paul McCartney with Tina
Turner and Paul Young.
British copies of the album also contained a bonus single with two more contributions by Macca: ‘Long
Tall Sally’ on one side and ‘I Saw Her Standing There’ on the other. These tracks can be found on the
Ultimate Archive Collection of Tripping The Live Fantastic.
Source here was the UK Prince’s Trust Concerts DVD release
2-05 Rockestra Theme
2-06 Rockestra Theme [extended version]
In 1987 guitarist Duane Eddy recorded an album with producer Eddy Pumer. They visited George
Harrison on January 30 to record in his F.P.S.H.O.T. studio, and a few days later, on February 4, recorded
a cover of Paul’s ‘Rockestra Theme’ in the ex-Beatle’s studio Hog Hill Mill. “It was a wonderful session’,
remembers Eddy Pumer. “Paul wrote a new middle-eight for the track, in order that Duane could pluck
on that famous E string. We all had a lot of fun, and then went back again the next day to see Paul mix
it. It was quite a thrill.” The band is formed by Duane Eddy (guitar), Paul McCartney (bass and vocals), Jim
Horn (sax), Charlie Morgan (drums), Phil Pickett (piano) and Nick Glennie-Smith (keyboards). Finishing
touches were applied the next day and the track was mixed on the sixth. The album “Duane Eddy” was
released on June 19, 1987.
When it was decided that ‘Rockestra Theme’ would be released as a UK single, on September 7, 1987,
Paul prepared (on September 4) an extended version, with the help of Bert Bevans. This was released on
the B-Side of the 12”, on September 21, 1987 – the same day as Magical Mystery Tour was released on
CD for the first time.
2-07 Let It Be
2-08 Let It Be [The Gospel Jam Mix]
2-09 Let It Be [extended version]
2-10 Let It Be [Mega Message Mix]
On March 6, 1987, the MS Herald of Free Enterprise ferry capsized not far from the Belgian coast. 193
passengers and crew were killed. A charity organization was set up in the aftermath of the disaster. The
Sun newspaper organized the recording of a benefit record by recruiting record producers Stock, Aitken
and Waterman. On March 14 to 16, a cover of ‘Let It Be’ was recorded by many artists. The guitar solo
was divided with Gary Moore first, then Mark Knopfler, then back to Gary Moore. Original writer, Paul
McCartney also contributed to the song, although his performance (and section in the accompanying
video) were recorded independently in his own studios. (In fact, it was later revealed that McCartney
used his voice from the original recording of the 1970 Beatles track and added it to the Ferry Aid
recording.)
The single was released on Monday 23 March 1987.
The B-Side of the 7″ single is a gospel version of ‘Let It Be’, made up on the spot by improvising. The 12″
single mixed by Burni Adams and Jamie Bromfield has “Let It Be (Mega Message Mix)” on the B-side. The
extended version is from the 12” single.
2-11 Children In Need
2-12 Children In Need [instrumental]
A song written by Craig Mathieson and Nicky Hopkins for the BBC run charity “Children In Need”. In
August 1987 Paul produced the song at his Hog Hill Mill Studio in Icklesham, and also contributed bass.
Nicky Hopkins plays piano and keyboards, Woody Woodmansey was on drums, Ken Wilson and Paul Fink
on guitars and Craig Mathieson on vocals.
The single was released in January 1988 on a 7” single by Spirit of Play.
2-13 In Liverpool
This is from the 2 DVD set “Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Oratorio” released in 2004.
The song ‘In Liverpool’ was part of the documentary “Echoes” which was on the second DVD along with
another documentary titled “Ghosts Of The Past”.
The ‘Liverpool Oratorio’ was largely based on the former Beatles’ childhood in Liverpool and was written
in conjunction with conductor Carl Davis.
Paul also played this song at The Liverpool Sound concert held at Anfield stadium in Liverpool on June 1,
2008 to celebrate the city’s year as the European Capital of Culture. The concert was headlined by Paul
McCartney who was playing in his home city for the first time in five years. Paul played ‘In Liverpool’ – a
song he had never played before and hasn’t played since.
2-14 Ferry ‘Cross The Mersey
In May 1989, a charity version of ‘Ferry Cross the Mersey’ was released in aid of those affected by the
Hillsborough disaster, which claimed the lives of 95 Liverpool fans the previous month. The song was
recorded on April 20, 1989, by Liverpool artists The Christians, Holly Johnson, Paul McCartney, Gerry
Marsden and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman. The single was released on May 1, 1989 and held the

1 spot in the UK chart for three weeks and the Irish chart for two weeks.

2-15 This One [remix]
An exclusive Voodoo Records remix put together by adding rhythmic components of the extended
version to the more melodic LP version.
2-16 Coming Up [live 30.06.90]
2-17 Hey Jude [live 30.06.90]
These tracks, performed live on June 30, 1990 at Knebworth Festival in Hertfordshire, as presented on
the DVD Live At Knebworth can be found on the Ultimate Archive Collection of Tripping The Live
Fantastic.
These are the versions as presented on “Knebworth: The Album” 2CD set released on
August 2, 1990
DISC 3:
3-01 Band On The Run [rehearsal 21.07.89]
A rehearsal at Hog Hill Mill recorded on July 21, 1989. This was officially available on The Story With The
Music: Disc 2 of “Band On The Run: 25th Anniversary Edition”, released on March 15, 1999. It is 4:59
and this version is slightly longer at 5:14.
3-02 Hiroshima Sky Is Always Blue
This is on a rare CD that came with a 74-page book released only in Japan called “The Road Of Hope” –
Yoko Ono 2011.
Two edits of this Yoko Ono composition can be found on the Ultimate Archive Collection version of
“Liverpool Sound Collage”. This is the complete unedited version, recorded on January 28, 1995 at Hog
Hill Mill, with help from Sean Lennon and the McCartney kids. It was transmitted on August 6, 1995 on
Japanese TV – the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb.
3-03 Beautiful Night [basic tracks]
This is the centre channel isolation from the version on ‘The McCartney Years’ DVD.
3-04 Little Children
This is from a benefit single by the British songwriter and producer Peter Kirtley, released in December
1998 to raise money and awareness for street children in Brazil, who frequently find themselves victims
of “hit squads” trying to “clean up” the problem. Paul donated use of his Hog Hill Mill Studio, for some
elements of the recording, and reads a narrative and sings some scat singing on the end. Paul’s voice
was added on June 21, 1998.
The B-side of the single was the same song, but without Paul’s contributions.
3-05 Blue Suede Shoes [live 15.03.99]
3-06 What’d I Say [live 15.03.99] – Billy Joel
3-07 Let It Be [live 15.03.99]
On March 15, 1999, Sir George Martin and Sir Paul McCartney were inducted in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of
Fame. As usual, the new members performed a few songs live during the ceremony at the Waldorf
Astoria Hotel, New York, with The Rock Hall Jam Band.
Paul didn’t bring a guitar and a left-handed one was nowhere to be found, so he only sang. These three
songs can be found on Volume 5 of “The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Live” (released in November 15,
2011 on iTunes, maybe in February 2012 on CD by the Time-Life Music label).
3-08 Lonesome Town [live 10.04.99]
3-09 All My Loving [live 10.04.99]
On April 10, 1999, “Here, There and Everywhere: A Concert For Linda” was performed at the Royal Albert
Hall, in London as a tribute to Paul’s late wife. The concert was organized by Chrissie Hynde, with
performances by The Pretenders, Elvis Costello, Tom Jones, George Michael, Sinead O’Connor, Neil Finn,
Des’ree, Marianne Faithfull and Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Of course, Paul was also there, to sing three
songs (the third being ‘Let It Be’).
Highlights were transmitted by BBC Radio Two on April 17 and a day later on BBC1 TV.
3-10 Vo!ce [Someone U Love Edit]
“Vo!ce” was released on a 3 track CD single in December 1999 by Heather Mills (Coda Records CODARCD
004). The 3 tracks on this single can be found on “Driving Rain: The Ultimate Archive Collection”. This is
an edit of Track 3 from this CD single with Heather Mills (vocals), Paul McCartney (Backing Vocals and
Guitar), Johnathan Elvey (Piano) and Stamos Semsis (Strings).
3-11 About You [snippet]
3-12 Your Loving Flame [snippet]
3-13 Lonely Road [snippet]
3-14 I Do [snippet]
3-15 Driving Rain [snippet]
Snippets under a minute long, made from the songs on “Driving Rain” and released in October 2001 on a
US promo CD single ‘From A Lover To A Friend’. For the completist.
3-16 Rinse The Raindrops [promo edit]
As can be found on the bootleg compilation Paul McCartney Odds And Ends 2000-2003.
3-17 Jim Carrey Introduction
3-18 I’m Down [live 20.10.01]
3-19 Yesterday [live 20.10.01]
3-20 Freedom [live 20.10.01]
3-21 Let It Be [live 20.10.01]
3-22 Freedom [live 20.10.01]
The Concert for New York City was a benefit concert that took place on October 20, 2001 at Madison
Square Garden in New York City in response to the September 11 attacks.
A double CD of the event was released by Sony on November 27, 2001, containing 32 tracks.
The concert was released by Sony both on DVD and VHS on January 29, 2002.
DISC 4:
4-01 Matchbox [soundcheck]
Recorded during the sound check at the National Car Rental Center in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, May 2002.
This was released as video & audio. The video was a bonus disc for Best Buy purchasers of the “Back In
The US” DVD, while the audio portion only was issued as track 23 of the MPL promotional CD “The
Legendary Songs of Carl Perkins” — a disc spotlighting Carl’s songs as performed by both himself and
others. There are several other Beatles / McCartney tracks on the disc including the Fabs’ Everybody’s
Trying to Be My Baby, Paul’s Movie Magg and the My Old Friend duet with Carl.
4-02 Midnight Special [soundcheck]
4-03 Bring It To Jerome [soundcheck]
4-04 San Francisco Bay Blues [soundcheck]
Sound checks from McCartney’s 2002 USA Tour. These three are from the extras section of the “Paul
McCartney: Back In The U.S.” – Live 2002 Concert Film in the section ‘Sound Check’. The DVD was
released on November 26, 2002.
4-05 Drive My Car [live 06.02.05]
From the Lexus promo CD “Motor of Love”.
Drive My Car is from February 6 2005 at the Super Bowl XXXIX Halftime Show.
4-06 The Long And Winding Road [live 05.05.02]
From the Lexus promo CD “Motor of Love”. Paul and his band performed live at The Pond, Anaheim, CA
on May 5, 2002 with Laurence Juber and Alan Parsons in the audience.
4-07 Coming Up [Lost Vegas Summer Funk]
Unofficial Release: ca. November 2004 a white label one sided 12″ vinyl bootleg appeared in the UK ,
marked “Lost Vegas vs. Wings – Coming Up”. On the label it’s stated that it´s limited to 500 copies.
4-08 Muzik
4-09 Muzik [instrumental]
‘Muzik’ was the main title song from “The Transporter” movie. The song is performed by Royal Harbor,
known by the stage name Knoc-Turn’Al, with Samual Christian on backing vocals. Producer Kanye West
uses a sample from ‘Old Siam, Sir’.
‘Muzik’ was first released on July 20, 2002 on the CD release L.A. Confidential presents: Knoc-turn’al –
Knoc-turn’al.
4-10 Do They Know It’s Christmas
(Bob Geldof – Midge Ure)
In mid-November 2004, a third version of the song was recorded by a group of artists including Bono,
Paul McCartney, Chris Martin and Dido. The single was released in the UK on November 29, with
proceeds going to help victims of political and humanitarian crisis in Sudan. “Band Aid 20,” as this
collective was known, was produced by Nigel Godrich, assisted by Midge Ure. The baking track was
recorded by members of Supergrass, Radiohead and The Darkness, with Paul McCartney on bass.
4-11 Whole Life [Web Remix]
See also: Chaos and Creation in the Backyard – Ultimate Archive Collection.
This version was posted by Dave Stewart on his website, described as a “wild fun version of me and Paul
going nuts.”
4-12 Jenny Wren [instrumental]
Available from Paul’s website in 2005.
4-13 Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band [live 02.07.05]
4-14 The Long And Winding Road [live 02.07.05]
“It’s two o’clock in London on July the 2nd 2005”, announced Jonathan Ross. “Hyde Park welcomes the
world to Live 8.”
U2 and Paul McCartney opened the London concert, playing “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”.
Both songs were released on an official Live 8 DVD (November 7, 2005) and via iTunes.
4-15 Too Much Rain [live 28.07.05]
4-16 Jenny Wren [live 28.07.05]
To promote his new album “Chaos And Creation In The Back Yard”, Paul gave a two hour solo concert in
Abbey Road Studios on July 28, 2005, for just 70 people, mostly friends and some fans. The show was
broadcast on September 17, 2005 on BBC Radio 2, as “Paul McCartney: Sold On Song”.
4-17 Say Say Say (Waiting 4 U) [Delano & Crockett’s Late Nite Dub Mix]
4-18 Say Say Say (Waiting 4 U) [Patric & Timo Remix]
Remixes of a cover (using samples of the original) by Dutch House group Hi Tack (Koen Groeneveld &
Addy van der Zwan), released in October 2005 in Germany.
4-19 With A Little Luck [Chris Mix]
4-20 Listen To What The Man Said [Chris Mix]
Chris Holmes has been touring as McCartney’s opening DJ act since 2009. In December 2013, he shared
on Soundcloud a collection of his favorite remixes. “I finally had some time to put together a mix for all
of you who’ve been asking over the years of my Beatles / McCartney stuff for tour,” the DJ said in his
notes for the Soundcloud mix. “I’ve had the best time in the history of the world making the tracks and
putting it together.”
DISC 5:
5-01 Jet [radio edit]
5-02 Jet [vocal mix]
5-03 Jet [dub mix]
5-04 Jet [2016 vocal mix]
On March 21, 2005, two unofficial new remixes from “Jet” appeared on a 12″ by
S.P.A.N.K. : Vocal Mix and Dub Mix.
Jet [2016 vocal mix] is a fan made mix where the mostly instrumental S.P.A.N.K. track has been
combined with the acapella vocals from the MOGGs.
5-05 Come Rain Come Shine [A & L original radio edit]
5-06 Come Rain Come Shine [A & L original extendid mix]
5-07 Come Rain Come Shine [StoneBridge remix]
5-08 Come Rain Come Shine [Friscia & Lamboy mix]
5-09 Come Rain Come Shine [Mike Cruz vox mix]
5-10 Come Rain Come Shine [Tata Young video edit]
The Filipino singer, actress, and model Jenn Cuneta, released the song ‘Come Rain Come Shine’ in
August 2005. The song was written by Andrew Wedeen & Frank Lamboy but borrows heavily from Wings’
‘Silly Love Songs.’ It is a rare McCartney-authorized sample, and the track takes full advantage of the
song’s springy disco-like bassline and its unmistakable horn section. The CD-Single reached #97 in
Australia.
In the US it was included on the compilations: Ultra.iDance 04 (August 2005) and Ultra.iDance 05
(January 2006).
5-11 Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight [Wall Of Sound mix]
Remix / rerecording of ‘Nothing Too Much Out of Sight’ by Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, with new vocals added
by Paul. Released as The Bloody Beetroots in Summer 2013. We already had ten variations of this on
“Electric Arguments – Ultimate Archive Collection”, but for those who can’t get enough of good thing
here’s one more, as presented on the bootleg compilation Alone Together Volume 2.
5-12 Cosmically Conscious [live 04.04.09]
Performed live with Ringo on April 4, 2009 at the Radio City Music Hall, New York, during the “Change
Begins Within” Benefit Concert, broadcast live on PB.
5-13 Let Me Roll It [live promo edit]
A promo edit from the live version of the album “Good Evening New York City”
(November 2009).
5-14 Listen To What The Man Said [2010 dance remix]
A remix by Mr. H. Atom (aka Dave Idmarx), from 2010.
DISC 6:
6-01 Band On The Run [live 27.06.10]
6-02 Live And Let Die [live 27.06.10]
6-03 Day Tripper [live 27.06.10]
6-04 Hey Jude [live 27.06.10]
“Good evening Hyde Park. I got a feeling we’re gonna have a rocking time tonight!”.
Paul McCartney and his band played as headliners on Hard Rock Calling Festival in London’s Hyde Park,
on June 27, 2010. For the occasion, he is permitted to break two rules for the park: there can be
firework during ‘Live and Let Die’ and he can arrive in a helicopter. The show is broadcast exclusively
through the BORN HIV FREE channel on YouTube.
6-05 He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother
6-06 He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother [instrumental]
A charity cover of The Hollies’ classic from 1969, released on December 17, 2012. The song was
recorded in October–November, by a bunch of musicians and celebrities going under the name The
Justice Collective, including Melanie C, Robbie Williams, Paul Heaton, Paloma Faith, Gerry Marsden,
Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen, Rebecca Ferguson, Beverley Knight, and two original members of The
Hollies, Bobby Elliott and Tony Hicks.
Paul McCartney added one line, on November 20, in his Hog Hill Mill Studio.
The song went on to take the coveted Christmas number one position for 2012 on the UK Singles Chart.
Paul is on the instrumental version on the B-Side playing one of the guitar solos, starting at around
3:30.
6-07 All Of Me
Paul added bass and vocal to a song for Eric Clapton’s album “Old Sock”.
It was released on March 12, 2013.
6-08 New [The Dam Remix]
A remix by Dam Smith, published on YouTube, on August 29, 2013.
6-09 Hope For The Future [Video Mix]
Soundtrack used for the video clip of the song, published on December 8, 2014.
6-10 Come And Get It
The Hollywood Vampires was a celebrity drinking club formed by Alice Cooper in the 1970s, with as
principal members: Keith Moon, Ringo Starr, Micky Dolenz and Harry Nilsson. “Every once in a while John
Lennon would come into town or Keith Emerson and they would be honourable members for the night.”
So when Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry formed a super group in 2014 to honour the music of
the rock stars who died from excess in the 1970s, Hollywood Vampires was the name they adopted.
In July 2014, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry announced: “I did a session with Paul McCartney a month and a half
ago for a private thing. I met him once or twice [over the years] to say hello. To spend 6 or 8 hours in
studio with him recording! He makes you feel like [you’re recording with just another guy]. He just
happens to be a motherfucking huge talent! Everyone’s in the room at once; you play until you get a
good take. It’s the great ego leveller. I was in the studio with Alice Cooper and Johnny Depp, playing
guitar, and the three of us are looking at each other like, hey, we’re sitting here with Paul McCartney!
And we’re all looking at each other like open-mouthed kids. Paul was really nice. He’s all about business
(when he’s recording). At 72 he can still hit all those notes…
It’s a project that we’re keeping under wraps for now. There will be (an announcement when the time is
right).”
To honour Badfinger’s Pete Ham and Tom Evans they recorded a new version of ‘Come And Get it’, with
producer Bob Ezrin. The song was released on September 11, 2015 on the only Hollywood Vampires so
far.
6-11 Love Song To The Earth
6-12 Love Song To The Earth [Rico Bernasconi Radio Mix]
6-13 Love Song To The Earth [Rico Bernasconi Club Mix]
A charity single “…with the power to fight climate change and maybe even change the world”, written
and produced by Toby Gad.
Recorded in May 2015 in Henson Recording Studio, L.A. and released on September 4, 2015, billed as by
Paul McCartney & Various Artists.
Proceeds from the song’s sales go toward the Friends of the Earth and the U.N. Foundation in their
efforts to inspire further international action on issues related to global climate change.
Among the song’s 16 credited artists are Natasha Bedingfield and Sean Paul (two of the ballad’s writers),
Jon Bon Jovi, Sheryl Crow, Fergie, Moby, Colbie Caillat, Goo Goo Dolls’ John Rzeznik, Leona Lewis, Nicole
Scherzinger, Krewella, Kelsea Ballerini and Victoria Justice.
6-14 Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five [Radio Edit]
6-15 Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five [Original Mix]
6-16 Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five [Club Mix]
6-17 Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five [Tim Green Remix]
In March 2016 a limited 12” test pressing with a new remix of an old Wings song, sold out in hours. It
went straight to number one in the record shops stocking them and sent ebay into overdrive.
Timo Maas, a German DJ/remixer was behind the project, together with a Canadian producer James Teej.
Maas prepared the mix largely in 2009, but then got stuck.
On Record Day (Sunday April 16), another 100 copies of the two mixes were released. This time by MPL
and on 7”. New is the ‘radio edit version’. An official release followed on Virgin Records Germany on May
13, on a 12” and as a digital download. This includes a new Tim Green Remix.
6-18 Sumo Cupid
6-19 Excited Lover!
6-20 Be My Valentine
6-21 In Love!
6-22 Flirting
6-23 Solo & Lovin’ It!
6-24 Tangled In Love
6-25 Crush On You
6-26 Hug!
6-27 Miss You!
Mojis are a feature in Skype where you can send short video clips to friends within instant-message
conversations. Paul McCartney was commissioned to set ten of these animated mojis to music. The new
mojis were presented in February 2016.

Last updated on June 22, 2019


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