Paul McCartney Driving Rain In New Century 3 CD

Paul McCartney Driving Rain In New Century 3 CD
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Paul McCartney Driving Rain In New Century 3 CD
Paul McCartney - Driving Rain ... In The New Century This amazing 3-CD-set offers about 4 hours and almost 100 songs that Paul McCartney recorded between 1999 and 2002. NOT on this set are the five special poem readings that McCartney did in 2001, the common Driving Rain album, the many many spoken words for radio and TV and the 27 live shows he did during April and May 2002. Otherwise you won't find a musical snippet, mix, TV show, guest appearance or anything else that is not on this set. I really enjoyed listening to it all for many I nevre heard nor knew existed!CD1 01. Maybe Baby 02. That's Alright, Mama 03. I'm Partial To Your Abracadabra 04. Lonely Road 05. Rinse The Raindrops 06. From A Lover To A Friend 07. From A Lover To A Friend 08. So Bad 09. Vanilla Sky 10. I've Just Seen A Face 11. Driving Rain 12. Driving Rain 13. Driving Rain 14. Driving Rain 15. Driving Rain 16. Driving Rain 17. Yesterday 18. Yesterday 19. Yesterday 20. Yesterday 21. Yesterday 22. The Long And Winding Road 23. Driving Rain 24. Jerk Of All Jerks 25. Let It Be 26. I've Just Seen A Face (with Paul Simon joined) Track 1: Recorded in Los Angeles in September 1999 and released on 6 June 2000 on the movie soundtrack of the same name. Typical Jeff Lynne production. Track 2: Recorded in New York on 30 March 2000 with Paul on vocals and bass, Elvis Presley's sidemen Scotty Moore on guitar and D.J. Fontana on drums. Released on "Good Rockin' Tonight: The Legacy Of Sun Records" on 10 December 2001. Track 3: A tribute to the late Ian Dury who died in March of 2000. This version was recorded a few months later by Paul with Ian's band The Blockheads and released on April 2001 on the compilation album "Brand New Boots And Panties" Track 4: The Dave Way radio remix. Recorded at the Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, CA on 16 February 2001. Mixed on late June 2001. Released on 14 March 2002 as a promo CD and jukebox single. Track 5: Single Remix. Recorded at the Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, CA on 19 February 2001. This is a shortened "single remix" for US jukeboxes only. Tracks 6-7: David Kahne Remixes. Recorded at the Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, CA on 20 February 2001. Dave Kahne remixed the song twice for the "From A Lover To A Friend" CD single, released 29 October 2001. Track 8: During the recording of "Driving Rain" in Feb 2001, Paul visited Lindsay Pagano in the A&M Studios. He assumed his "So Bad" for her debut album and also joined for the vocals. Album "Love & Faith & Inspiration" was released on 18 December 2001. Track 9: Cameron Crowe asked Paul to contribute a song for his upcoming movie. Paul intended "From A Lover To A Friend" but was asked to write a new one. The song was released 11 December 2001 on Reprise in the US and 1 month later in Europe. Track 10: Live in Los Angeles, CA - 13 June 2001. One day before the "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert McCartney joined Paul Simon during the encores of the last show of Brian Wilson's & Paul Simon's '01 tour. Tracks 11-20: Rehearsal for "Adopt-A-Minefield" at the Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA - 14 June 2001 Tracks 21-26: Live at the "Adopt-A-Minefield" concert at the Beverly Wilsire Hotel Ballroom, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, CA - 14 June 2001 CD2 01. Inside Thing 02. Your Loving Flame 03. Volare / Yellow Submarine 04. Backstage At The Howard Stern Show 05. Backstage At The Howard Stern Show With Ozzy Osbourne 06. Leaving The Howard Stern Show To Rehearsal 07. Out And About In New York 08. Lonely Road 09. From A Lover To A Friend 10. Backstage At The MSG Meeting The Band 11. Yesterday 12. Lonely Road 13. From A Lover To A Friend 14. Freedom 15. I'm Down 16. Lonely Road 17. From A Lover To A Friend 18. Yesterday 19. Freedom 20. Let It Be 21. Freedom 22. Freedom 23. Rock Island Line 24. Freedom 25. Heather 26. Let's Get Married Love (You And Me) 27. Yesterday 28. Driving Rain 29. Heather 30. Back In The Sunshine 31. Your Loving Flame 32. Freedom 33. Your Loving Flame 34. Freedom 35. Let It Be Track 1: A duet version of Wings' "Let 'Em In" that was recorded on June 2001 and released on Lulu's "Together" album on 20 May 2002. Track 2: Dave Way radio remix. Recorded at the Henson Recording Studio, Los Angeles, CA on 19 June 2001. Mixed on late June 2001 and released on 14 March 2002 as a promo CD. Track 3: Paul's interview recorded on the Italia 1 show "Le Iene" in Venice on 4 September 2001, broadcast on 23 September 2001 Tracks 4-6: 17 October 2001 Tracks 7-9: parts of rehearsals - 18 October 2001 Tracks 10-14: New York rehearsal. - 19 October 2001 Tracks 15-21: Live at the Madison Square Garden, New York for "The Concert For New York City", aired live on many TV stations. A remix was released officially on 27 November 2001 on the double CD "The Concert For New York City". Track 22: The "Concert For New York City" version was used for overdubs on 23 October 2001. The album and single version lasts 3'34". Here's a shortened radio edit that is available on US vinyl jukebox singles only. Track 23: "Nice Time", Virgin Radio with Pete Mitchell & Geoff Lloyd - 15 November 2001. Track 24: Live on "CD:UK", ITV - 24 November 2001. With Blair Cunningham on drums, Giles Palmer on guitar, Luke Judy on keyboards. Tracks 25-26: Short rendition from the GMTV, ITV "Breakfast Show" with Penny Smith - 26 November 2001 Tracks 27-30: Recorded mid November 2001 for the Dutch "Tros TV Show" with Ivo Niehe, NED2, broadcast 11 December 2001. Tracks 31-32: Afternoon soundcheck for the "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize" at the Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway - 11 December 2001. Tracks 33-35: Live at the concert for the "100th Anniversary Of The Nobel Prize" at the Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway - 11 December 2001. CD3 01. Improvisation 02. Your Loving Flame 03. Back In The Sunshine Again 04. Freedom 05. Yesterday 06. Freedom 07. Freedom 08. A Hard Day's Night 09. Yesterday 10. Vanilla Sky 11. Lonely Road 12. Your Loving Flame 13. Back In The USSR 14. Driving Rain 15. Hello Goodbye 16. Lonely Road 17. Band On The Run 18. Coming Up 19. Maybe I'm Amazed 20. Blackbird 21. Eleanor Rigby 22. Vanilla Sky 23. Getting Better 24. Hey Jude 25. Mull Of Kintyre 26. Let It Be 27. Her Majesty 28. Blackbird 29. While My Guitar Gently Weeps 30. Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) / The End 31. All You Need Is Love 32. Hey Jude 33. I Saw Her Standing There 34. Goodnight Princess Tracks 1-3: Radio RPC, Canal Jimmy, Manchester. Recorded on 12 December 2001. Broadcast on 26 December 2001. Track 4: Recorded at the BBC Radio 1 on 13 December 2001. With Mark Radcliffe on drums, Marc "Lard" Riley on guitar and Chris Lee on bass. Tracks 5-6: Musikverein Dresden conducted by McCartney. Recorded live on 15 December 2001 on the German TV show "Wetten ... dass?", ZDF in Dresden, hosted by Thomas Gottschalk. Track 7: Live at the Super Bowl Finale at Superdome, New Orleans on 3 February 2002. Track 8: Short rendition with Terry Bradshaw during interview at the Super Bowl Finale TV translation at Superdome, New Orleans on 3 February 2002. Track 9: Paul's guest appearance during "A Tribute To George Harrison" concert at the Liverpool Empire, Liverpool - 24 February 2002. Track 10: Live for "Oscar Presentation" at the Kodak Theatre, Hollywood & Highland, Los Angeles - 25 March 2002. Paul's soundtrack was one of the 4 nominees for the Academy Award. Track 11: Video Soundtrack - 16 February 2001 Track 12: Video Soundtrack - 19 June 2001 Tracks 13-24: Pre-"Driving USA" tour rehearsal. Track 25: Live at the Air Canada Center, Toronto - 13 April 2002. Performed as an "encore" before the final song together with Toronto's Peel Regional Police Pipe Band only once during the tour. Track 26: "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno - 3 May 2002. Tracks 27-33: Live at the "Party At The Palace" concert at Buckingham Palace Garden, London - 3 June 2002. Broadcast by BBC 1 TV and BBC Radio. Track 34: This appears as a hidden track. Regular from "Give My Regards To Broad Street". "Well, that's it. Thank you for joing us. We hope you've had as much pleasure listening as we've had making it for you."