The collection features commentaries from the man himself
Paul McCartney is to release a DVD looking back at highlights of his entire solo career.
‘The McCartney Years’, out on November 12, will feature solo music videos, career-spanning live performances, personal commentary by the man himself and exclusive footage.
Volume One and Volume Two contain a collection of videos, starting in the 1970s with Macca‘s first solo single ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’ all the way through to 2005’s ‘Fine Line’. The films can be viewed either in chronological order or as play-lists that have been personally arranged by Paul featuring his exclusive voiceover commentaries.
Volume Three includes live performances taken from three classic shows – ‘Rockshow’ on Wings‘ 1976 world tour, the ‘Unplugged’ show from 1991 and McCartney‘s headline performance at Glastonbury in 2004.
The bonus features and extras include never before seen footage and performances, including ‘Let It Be’ from Live Aid in 1985, archive interviews with Melvyn Bragg and Michael Parkinson, alternative versions of music videos and the full-length 2005 documentary ‘Creating Chaos At Abbey Road’ .
McCartney has recorded exclusive commentary and personal introductions for each promo video and each live concert.
The DVD will be available in widescreen and 5.1 surround sound.