Paul McCartney - Back in the U.S. Live 2002 (disc 1)
NME.COM feature on Paul McCartney - Back in the U.S. Live 2002 (disc 1) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 30 November 2001
Comprehensively dwarfs everything he ever did with The Beatles. Only joking
Back at the start of 2003, Paul McCartney was stuck in a rut. As a solo artist he was better known to anyone under the age of 25 as the Beatle who did ‘The Frog Chorus’ or ‘Mull Of Kintyre’ than any of the 19 albums he put out after the Fab Four split. ‘Live And Let Die’ was by Guns N’ Roses and ‘Jet’ was just the soundtrack to a funny sketch in Alan Partridge (a stereotypical...
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He also joined the group onstage in Tokyo to perform 'I Saw Her Standing There'
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