Saturday, 15 October 2016

Paul McCartney [2016.10.08] Desert Trip (Complete Show)

Paul McCartney
'Desert Trip'
One On One Tour
Empire Polo Club
Indio, California, USA
Saturday October 8th, 2016

Very Good Audience Recording
Encoded: 320 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
Track 101. A Hard Day's Night
Track 102. Jet
Track 103. banter
Track 104. Can't Buy Me Love
Track 105. banter
Track 106. Letting Go
Track 107. banter
Track 108. Day Tripper
Track 109. banter
Track 110. Let Me Roll It
Track 111. Foxy Lady
Track 112. banter
Track 113. I Gotta A Feeling
Track 114. banter
Track 115. My Valentine
Track 116. Nineteen Hundred Eighty Five
Track 117. Maybe I'm Amazed
Track 118. banter
Track 119. We Can Work It Out
Track 120. banter
Track 121. In Spite Of The Danger
Track 122. I've Just Seen A Face
Track 123. banter
Track 124. Love Me Do
Track 125. banter
Disc 2:
Track 201. And I Love Her
Track 202. banter
Track 203. Blackbird
Track 204. banter
Track 205. Here Today
Track 206. banter
Track 207. Queenie Eye
Track 208. Lady Madonna
Track 209. banter
Track 210. Four Five Seconds
Track 211. Eleanor Rigby
Track 212. banter
Track 213. For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite
Track 214. banter
Track 215. A Day In The Life [with Neil Young]
Track 216. banter
Track 217. Why Don't We Do It In The Road [with Neil Young]
Track 218. banter
Track 219. Something [false start]
Track 220. Something
Track 221. banter
Track 222. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Track 223. Band On The Run
Track 224. Back In The U.S.S.R.
Track 225. banter
Disc 3:
Track 301. Let It Be
Track 302. Live And Let Die
Track 303. crowd
Track 304. Hey Jude
Track 305. crowd
Track 306. I Want To Be Your Man
Track 307. banter
Track 308. Helter Skelter
Track 309. banter
Track 310. Golden Slumber

Steve Appleford,
Paul McCartney has learned a few important things about his fans, and there were more than 70,000 in front of him Saturday on the second night of the Desert Trip festival in Indio, CA. He has come to a profound understanding of the Beatles legacy, its connection to his solo career and the emotional resonance it has continued to have for generations of listeners for more than 50 years.

Like his 2009 headlining appearance at Coachella, McCartney arrived at Desert Trip prepared to connect not only with the most hardcore who travel across state lines to see him over and again but with other fans who are deeply connected in other ways. One of night’s emotional peaks came late Saturday when McCartney brought out Neil Young, returning from his own explosive performance earlier the same evening.

Their choice of material was the Lennon-McCartney classic “A Day in the Life,” which later shifted into John Lennon’s anthem “Give Peace a Chance.” Both McCartney and Young were all smiles sharing the stage, then tore into the raw Beatles oddity “Why Don’t We Do It in the Road?” leaving room for Young to set his guitar aflame with a joyfully ragged solo, a searing moment likely to be remembered long after this weekend. -Original

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