Maybe I’m Amazed ("Back In The US" version)

Promotional film • For Paul McCartney • Directed by Mark Haefeli
Timeline This film has been released in 2002
Filming date:
May 09, 2002
Mastering date:
Dec 03, 2002

Master release

Related song

Maybe I'm Amazed

Officially appears on McCartney

Related films

Maybe I'm Amazed (version 1)

1970 • For Paul McCartney • Directed by Charlie Jenkins

Maybe I'm Amazed (version 2)

2001 • For Paul McCartney

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Maybe I’m Amazed (2002) -Back in the US, Live version-
Directed by Mark Haefeli. Mastered: December 6, 2002.
Recorded in: Dallas, TX, May 9, 2002 (Band in white shirts / Paul in a red shirt, long sleeves rolled up)
With additional scenes filmed in:
Atlanta, GA, May 13, 2002 (Band in white shirts (Rusty in a white jacket) / Paul in a red Polo shirt, short sleeves)
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, May 18. (Band in black clothes / Paul in a red shirt, long sleeves rolled up)

A meticulous editing from three concerts during the ‘Driving USA’ tour, although the different clothes are easy to notice throughout the song (and the entire “Back in the US” DVD which is a constant edit of different concerts). The scenes from the second night in Florida are only the side and back shots of Paul at the piano. In one of these shots it is possible to see the guitarist Rusty Anderson wearing a black shirt, unlike the rest of the video where the entire band appears in white clothes; Interspersing scenes from Dallas and the second night in Atlanta, Paul can even be seen in one quick scene wearing a Polo shirt as opposed to the rest of the video where he appears in a normal shirt. It was sent as a “music video” on a promotional VHS although it is extracted from the official DVD without any difference. In 2003 the BBC used it to promote the European tour and CD release “Back in the World”, broadcast on Top of the Pops in an edited version towards the middle.


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