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Paul McCartney & Wings - Welcome To The Rock Show Album

Paul McCartney & Wings - Welcome To The Rock Show Album Performer: Paul McCartney & Wings
Title: Welcome To The Rock Show
Category: Rock / Pop
Date of release: 2002
Country: Europe
Label: BMW
Catalog number: BMW016 A/B
Size MP3: 1224 mb
Size FLAC: 2641 mb
Rating: 4.3

Tracklist

1Medicine Jar
2Rock Show
3Magneto And Titanium Man
4Hi Hi Hi
5Beware My Love
6I've Just Seen A Face
7Let Me Roll It
8Richard Corey
9Silly Love Songs
10Let 'Em In
11The Long And Winding Road
12Jet
13Venus And Mars
14Bluebird
15Band On The Run
16Blackbird
17Live And Let Die
18Yesterday
19My Love
20Lady Madonna
21Call Me Back Again
22Interview And Report (Radio ORF)
23Spirits Of Ancient Egypt
24Letting Go
25Picasso's Last Words
26Maybe I'm Amazed
27Listen To What The Man Said
28You Gave Me The Answer
29Time To Hide
30Soily

Credits

  • BassPaul McCartney
  • DrumsJoe English
  • GuitarDenny Laine
  • KeyboardsLinda McCartney
  • Lead GuitarJimmy McCulloch
  • SaxophoneHowie Casey, Thaddeus Richard
  • TromboneTony Dorsey
  • TrumpetSteve Howard

Notes

Live At Wien Stadthalle, Austria
19th September 1976

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 760504 240314

Companies

  • Record Company – Beatles Master Works
  • Distributed By – BMW Network
  • Recorded At – Stadthalle, Wien

Album

Текст песни: Whats that man holding In his hand He looks a lot like a guy I knew way back when Its silly willy with philly band Could Be. is a 1980 concert film release by Paul McCartney and Wings, filmed during the band's 1976 North American tour. The film features 30 songs from segments of four concerts of the tour: New York, on 25 May four songs Seattle, Washington, 10 June five songs and Los Angeles, California, 22 June fifteen songs and 23 June six songs. Both the cover of the home video release and McCartney himself in his intro to The McCartney Years DVD acknowledge only the Seattle concert, however. Titulo: Venus and Mars Rock Show Artista: Paul McCartney and Wings Album: Venus and Mars Año: about Rock Show from Paul McCartney & Wings's 1976-06-23 & 24: Wings Over Los Angeles: The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, USA remaster version and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Paul McCartney & Wings. Album: Venus And Mars 1975. Charted: 12. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . True to its title, this song does describe a rock concert. McCartney specifically wrote the song for his upcoming world tour, where he would perform in the US for the first time since 1966. Hence the references to Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Bowl. I love John like a brother and Yoko like a friend. Paul was making a reference to the girls getting rings put in their noses and thinking that it made them look pretty. Mike from Hartford, CtI believe that the lyrics. What's that man movin' to and fro . Wings - Rock Show in mp3 and listen online. Paul McCartney ft. Wings - Rock Show. No messages yet. Similar songs. Paul McCartney - Rock Show. Wings - Venus And Mars, Rock Show. Paul McCartney - Venus & Mars Feat. Wings - Venus And Mars, Rock Show, Jet. Paul McCartney - Sweetest Little Show. Paul McCartney - Caesar Rock. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Rock Show. Paul McCartney & Wings. Produced by. Paul McCartney. Release Date. May 27, 1975. If there's a rock show at the Concertgebouw They've got long hair at Madison Square You've got rock and roll at the Hollywood Bowl We'll be there. Oo yeah. The lights go down, they're back in town-O. K Behind the stacks, you glimpse an axe The tension mounts you score an ounce-ole The temperatures rise as you see the whites of their eyes. If there's a rock show at the Concertgebouw You've got long hair at Madison Square They've got rock and roll at the Hollywood Bowl We'll be there. The film was shot in 1976 when Paul McCartney & Wings undertook the epic Wings over the World tour which was the largest-scale tour they would ever undertake as a band. Packed with all the classic Wings hits - plus some of The Beatles and Pauls solo classics. In 1976 Wings undertook an epic world tour that brought their music to a live audience of two million people in ten countries, an experience captured on the Wings over America triple album. The climax of that tour was the incredible performance at the mammoth Kingdome in Seattle, Washington, where a staggering 67,000 fans listened to Wings perform some of their greatest songs