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Egypt Station is Paul McCartney's new #1 album featuring singles 'I Don't Know', 'Come On To Me' and 'Fuh You'. It is available on CD, 2LP Vinyl, Digital and Streaming.
'Paul McCartney releases his bounciest, catchiest, most consistent collection since, well, Band On The Run.’
Rolling Stone ****
‘Macca keeps adding new gems to his songbook, with nothing to prove except he’s the only genius who can do this... (And, oh yeah — in his spare time, he happens to still be the greatest live performer on Earth.)’
Phoenix; Setlist & Reviews
1.Venus and Mars/Rock Show
4.Got to Get You Into My Life
6.Let Me Roll It/Foxey Lady
7.The Long and Winding Road
8.Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Five
9.(I Want To) Come
11.I'm Looking Through You
13.Two of Us
21.Sing the Changes
22.Band on the Run
24.Back in the U.S.S.R.
25.I've Got a
27.A Day in the Life/Give
Peace a Chance
28.Let it Be
29.Live and Let Die
35.Sgt. Pepper's Lonely
Hearts Club Band (Reprise)/The End
Paul McCartney kicks off tour with wild night in Glendale
Ed Masley, The Arizona Republic
"With apologies to Ringo Starr, the Beatles' legacy couldn't
have hoped to be in better hands at this late date than Paul McCartney's.
Forty years after the breakup, the former Beatle most likely to
pack an arena launched his latest solo tour in Glendale on Sunday
night with a three-hour set at the Jobing.com Arena that found him
more than willing and able to serve as the Beatles' ambassador to the
21st century." Click here to read more
Paul McCartney at Jobing.com Arena: Former Beatle's U.S. Tour New Times
"After nearly a half century in the spotlight, it's surprising
to see Paul McCartney do much of anything new. How about two new
things in a single night, as McCartney did while kicking off his Up
and Coming Tour with a stellar sold-out show at Jobing.com Arena?
Maybe I'm amazed.
The former Beatle managed to play two classic songs live for the
first time on American soil in Glendale. Those songs weren't
Monkberrian obscurities, either. One was "Ob-La-Di,
Ob-La-Da," a hit from the Beatles studio-only years -- the
Beatles' last real concert was four years before the band's split, so
a few such songs exist. The other was Wings' "Nineteen Hundred
And Eighty Five," the closing track on the group's epic Band on
the Run album. Wings toured extensively, making the fact that the
song's live debut came more than 35 years after it was released
something of a surprise." Click here to read more
Be sure to also check out some reviews from fans that were at the
gig in our community forum â€“ click here.
Keep checking into PaulMcCartney.com for more updates, videos and
photos from the tour!