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Friday, 28 May 2010

From Q Magazine

Q Magazine gave us a 26 page special on Paul McCartney in their May issue. Some of the photos that showed up were better than the ones we had, and there was also a never-before published one.
John Lennon and Paul McCartney on the steps of EMI studios at Abbey Road, on the same occasion that the cover for the Abbey Road album was shot.
Just before crossing the road, this photo was taken in the opposite direction of the road than the ones on the album cover. I took the liberty of replacing a red square with text with colours from the background. I also added a little bit at the bottom of the picture, from a previously published cropping of the same photo.

Paul McCartney and George Harrison, along with a brass section, recording Honey Pie October 4th, 1968. Previously unseen.

In other news, here's the set list from yesterday's Paul McCartney concert in Mexico:

1. Venus And Mars/Rock Show
2. Jet
3. All My Loving
4. Letting Go
5. Got To Get You Into My Life
6. Highway
7. Let Me Roll It / Foxy Lady
8. The Long and Winding Road
9. Nineteen Hundred And Eighty Five
10. Let 'Em In
11. My Love
12. I'm Looking Through You
13. Two Of Us
14. Blackbird
15. Here Today
16. Dance Tonight
17. Mrs Vandebilt
18. Eleanor Rigby
19. Something
20. Sing the Changes
21. Band on the Run
22. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
23. Back in the U.S.S.R.
24. I've Got a Feeling
25. Paperback Writer
26. A Day in the Life / Give Peace A Chance
27. Let It Be
28. Live and Let Die
29. Hey Jude
30. Day Tripper
31. Lady Madonna
32. Get Back
Encore 2:
33. Yesterday
34. Helter Skelter
35. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
36. The End

Tonight's concert will be streamed live on the internet throughout Mexico, and Paul McCartney has also paid for the erection of a giant screen at a plaza in the capital's Chapultapec park, where 10 000 people can watch the concert for free. While Paul is in Mexico, almost 100 people have gathered outside the hotel where he is staying hoping for a glimpse.


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