Good Evening Holland

Publisher:
Piccadilly Circus
Reference:
PCCD-85/86/87

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Track list

Disc 1


1.

Opening Theme


2.

Member's Appearance











12.

I Want To Come Home






Disc 2











10.

A Day In The Life (False)


11.

A Day In The Life / Give Peace A Chance




Disc 3







6.

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Reprise / The End


7.

Holland Radio Station


1.

Interview About Upcoming Concert

12:13 • Interview • Interview about upcoming concert

Concert From the concert in Arnhem, Netherlands on Dec 09, 2009


8.

X Factor Final - UK TV Program 13th Dec 2009


1.




9.

Meat Free Monday

Written by Paul McCartney

2:52 • Studio version

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From Collectors Music Reviews, February 11, 2010:

[…] Good Evening Holland 2009 contains the complete Arnhem show in the Netherlands, the third stop of Paul McCartney’s European tour last December.  Piccadilly Circus employ a good but distant audience recording that is hampered by lots of echo and by lacking much of a bottom end.  It’s somewhat of a let down after the excellent Berlin tape and from the expectation for audience recordings from contemporary tours.

The show is also identical to the others on the tour including the stories and quips between numbers.  This show is notable for the false start in “A Day In The Life” which causes them to start over.  Otherwise the playing is excellent, up to the high standards of the tour

The bonus tracks include a radio interview the day before on Dutch radio lasting for twelve minutes.  McCartney speak about the upcoming show and the tour in general.  Also included is the set from the “X Factor” television program where they a play “Drive My Car” and “Live And Let Die.”

The final song in the collection is “Meat Free Monday“, a song Paul wrote for the charity.  This is the studio version of the song pulled straight off of the website.  Good Evening Holland 2009i s packaged in a standard fatboy jewel case with nice artwork printed on thick paper for the inserts.  This release appeals to the completist, those who collect all Piccadilly Circus release or who were at the show and want a  memento.  Otherwise there are better recordings in circulation.   

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