Back in the U.S. Live 2002
 : Back in the U.S. Live 2002

from: Capitol

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Price: $19.70
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0724354231827
Feature: Capitol
Format: Live
Item Dimensions: 2550027550
Label: Capitol
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Capitol
MPN: CDP 7243 5 42318 2 7
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publication Date: November 26, 2002
Publisher: Capitol
Release Date: November 26, 2002
Studio: Capitol

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Disc 1:
  1. Hello Goodbye
  2. Jet
  3. All My Loving
  4. Getting Better
  5. Coming Up
  6. Let Me Roll It
  7. Lonely Road
  8. Driving Rain
  9. Your Loving Flame
  10. Blackbird
  11. Every Night
  12. We Can Work It Out
  13. Mother Nature's Son
  14. Vanilla Sky
  15. Carry That Weight
  16. The Fool On The Hill
  17. Here Today
  18. Something
Disc 2:
  1. Eleanor Rigby
  2. Here, There And Everywhere
  3. Band On The Run
  4. Back In The USSR
  5. Maybe I'm Amazed
  6. C Moon
  7. My Love
  8. Can't Buy Me Love
  9. Freedom
  10. Live And Let Die
  11. Let It Be
  12. Hey Jude
  13. The Long And Winding Road
  14. Lady Madonna
  15. I Saw Her Standing There
  16. Yesterday
  17. Sgt. Pepper's/The End
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Audio CD. Two discs
Critics may quibble over the creative roller coaster that's been Paul McCartney's post-Beatles solo career, but few can deny his status as one of rock's most buoyant live performers and consistent crowd pleasers. That drive to stake his claim onstage (said to be one of the factors that drove the Fabs to dissolution) energizes this otherwise largely backward-looking collection of performances from his 2002 world tour; fully two-thirds of the double-disc's 35 tracks hail from the Beatles catalog, with the rest slanted toward early solo-career standouts like "Jet," "Maybe I'm Amazed," and "My Love." But Mac and his focused backing quartet deliver them with a punchy edge and sense of abandon that's largely MIA on previous McCartney live releases. Other than pausing for tributes to his fallen comrades ("Here Today," a solo acoustic paean to John Lennon followed by a touching, ukulele-backed nod to George Harrison with "Something"), it's largely a rollicking career retrospective from a musician whose restless drive to perform invests this collection with something more than mere nostalgia. The singer who invoked Bach at 22 may still refuse to act his age, but here that's not a bad thing at all. --Jerry McCulley

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