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Old 11-03-2005, 09:05 PM   #16
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Paul McCartney...too popular for setlist variation?
In a word....yes.

Wish he was doing more from the new album though.
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Old 11-11-2005, 03:18 PM   #17
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when I saw McCartney in September the show was almost, if not, 3 hours


and he was amazing
Same here and agreed. No complaints here.
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I saw him in 2002 (Maddy's first concert), and it was entertaining. Bought the DVD for her when it came out. Same setlist, same stories in between. I haven't searched his site or setlists, but I'm sure they are same from night to night. We'll be seeing him on the 29th of the month here at Staples Center/L.A.

Now if I jsut had the right answer to a trivia question today, I could have won tickets for tomorrow's Macca show... oh well...

And the Stones do change their setlists... I believe they played "As Tears Go By" live for the first time at the Hollywood Bowl on 11/8. My husband called during the show - he was outside the Bowl listening. Said it was awesome. Ticket prices were just to astronomical for me to go, and we coudn't find anything reasonable on ebay...
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Space-aged Macca is set to become the first musician to broadcast live music to an audience in space, when his rendition of ‘Good Day Sunshine’ is beamed to the international space station crew tomorrow.

Paul decided to make the link-up from his concert in Anaheim, California - after Nasa used the song to wake the crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery. He comments on his website: “I was extremely proud to find out that one of my songs was played for the crew of Discovery this summer. In our concert we hope to repay the favour.”

Good Day Sunshine will be sung in special honour of the crew’s two members Nasa astronaut Bill McArthur and Russian cosmonaut Valery Tokarey. Paul will also play his recent song, 'English Tea'.
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I've got tickets for the next 2 McCartney shows today & tomorrow. Quick question for anyone who's seen the show this tour. There's no opening band, right?
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