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From the last tour. Santiago. It was the last gig and also because the stadium was where Pinochet had put all the political prisoners; so it was chilling being in the dressing room where we knew they’d shot all the poets and the artists. And I got that feeling of having to exorcise the Devil from it, so I felt pretty good about doing ‘Let It Be’. There’s a similar place in Frankfurt where Hitler had spoken, and when you know Hitler or Pinochet has been in these places and done dirty work, there is a sort of blessing about coming in and sort of singing a peaceful song. And that was a particularly good show, a big crowd of 70,000; and the tour guys all loved it. It was like a big family show, our last show on the tour, andPaul McCartney, in the 2003 Back To The World tour book – talking about his favourite gigs
everybody was happy to be going home. But that dressing room thing is what sticks in my mind.
Last updated on May 17, 2019
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