Monday, 11 January 2010

Free McCartney Amoeba CD

Amoeba Mail on Sunday CD
Next week in the UK the Mail on Sunday newspaper includes a special giveaway CD – Paul McCartney live from the Amoeba Record store in Hollywood on the 27th of June, 2007.
Designed, chosen and approved by Paul McCartney himself, this is a CD that is unavailable anywhere else.
Not the same as the commercially released EP CD Amoeba's Secret, the songs included on the free disc are:

Drive My Car
Only Mama Knows (released on Amoeba's Secret)
Dance Tonight (released on the Ever Present Past CD single)
C Moon (released on Amoeba's Secret)
That Was Me (released on Amoeba's Secret)
Blackbird
Here Today
Back in the USSR
Get Back
Hey Jude
Lady Madonna
I Saw Her Standing There
(released on Amoeba's Secret)

Recordings from the concert has also appeared elsewhere, the Santa Monica public radio station KCRW featured several songs as well as an interview with McCartney on their show, "Morning Becomes Eclectic" September 5th, 2007.
Selections played on "Morning Becomes Eclectic":

Drive My Car
Only Mama Knows
Dance Tonight
C Moon
That Was Me
Blackbird
Back In The USSR
Nod Your Head
House of Wax
Hey Jude

An uninterrupted show featuring even more songs from this concert made it's debut in better quality on the notorious norwegian NRK radio station P1 on the 9th of November, 2007.
NRK P1 played:

Drive My Car
Only Mama Knows
Dance Tonight
C Moon
That Was Me
Blackbird
Here Today
Back In The USSR
Nod Your Head
House of Wax
Get Back
Hey Jude
Lady Madonna
I Saw Her Standing There


Two of the songs from the Amoeba concert were nominated for Grammy Awards last year: "I Saw Her Standing There" (Best solo rock vocal performance) and "That Was Me" (Best male pop vocal performance). Neither won.

Also in the Mail on Sunday package, in the new look Live magazine included with the newspaper there is an exclusive interview with McCartney by GQ editor and Live columnist Dylan Jones, with previously unseen backstage pictures.



Mail on Sunday

See also this earlier posting.

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