Paul McCartney Digs Deep For First Show Of 2013 - Noise11.com
Paul McCartney photo by Karen Freedman, Noise11, Photo

Paul McCartney photo by Karen Freedman

Paul McCartney Digs Deep For First Show Of 2013

by Paul Cashmere on May 5, 2013

in Live,News

Paul McCartney played his first ‘Out There’ show of 2013 in Brazil last night with a revised setlist digging deep back to songs he had not played since The Beatles, if ever at all.

Paul McCartney photo by Karen Freedman, Noise11, Photo

Paul McCartney photo by Karen Freedman

‘Eight Days A Week’, for example, was played for the second time ever by Sir Paul last night in Brazil. The last and only other time was with The Beatles in Birmingham in 1965.

‘Your Mother Should Know’ was played for the first time by McCartney at the show last night. The Beatles had stopped touring by the time it was released on the Magical Mystery Tour album.

It was the same story for ‘All Together Now’. The Beatles were no longer a live band when the song came out on the Yellow Submarine soundtrack. Last night’s performance was the first time the former Beatle had ever played the song live.

‘Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite’ from The Beatles Sgt Pepper album also made its live debut for Sir Paul. ‘Listen To What The Man Said’ had not been played live since Wings in 1976.

The setlist for ‘Out There’ Mineirao, Belo Horizonte, Brazil for May 4, 2013 was:

Eight Days A Week (from Beatles For Sale, 1964)
Junior’s Farm (single, 1974)
All My Loving (from With The Beatles, 1963)
Listen To What The Man Said (from Venus & Mars, 1975)
Let Me Roll It (from Band On The Run, 1973)
Paperback Writer (single, 1966)
My Valentine (from Kisses On The Bottom, 2012)
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (from Band On The Run, 1973)
The Long And Winding Road (from Let It Be, 1970)
Maybe I’m Amazed (from McCartney, 1970)
Hope Of Deliverance (from Off The Ground, 1993)
We Can Work It Out (single, 1965)
Another Day (single, 1971)
And I Love Her (From A Hard Days Night, 1964)
Blackbird (from The Beatles, 1968)
Here Today (from Tug Of War, 1982)
Your Mother Should Know (from Magical Mystery Tour, 1967)
Lady Madonna (single, 1968)
All Together Now (from Yellow Submarine, 1969)
Mrs Vandebilt (from Band On The Run, 1973)
Eleanor Rigby (from Revolver, 1966)
Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite (from Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967)
Something (from Abbey Road, 1969)
Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da (from The Beatles, 1968)
Band On The Run (from Band On The Run, 1973)
Hi Hi Hi (single, 1972)
Back In The USSR (from The Beatles, 1968)
Let It Be (from Let It Be, 1970)
Live and Let Die (single, 1973)
Hey Jude (single, 1968)

Day Tripper (single, 1965)
Lovely Rita (from Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, 1967)
Get Back (from Let It Be, 1970)

Yesterday (from Help, 1965)
Helter Skelter (from The Beatles, 1968)
Golden Slumbers (from Abbey Road, 1969)
Carry That Weight (from Abbey Road, 1969)
The End (from Abbey Road, 1969)

Stay updated with your free Noise11 daily music newsletter. Subscribe to Noise11 Music News here

Comments

comments

Related Posts

John Lodge
Moody Blues’ John Lodge Releases Iso Song ‘In These Crazy Times’

John Lodge of The Moody Blues has created a new song in isolation about isolation titled ‘In These Crazy Times’.

2 days ago
Joe Porcaro
Legendary Drummer Joe Porcaro Dies Aged 90

Joe Porcaro, a one-time musician for Rosemary Clooney, has died at age 90.

4 days ago
Ringo Starr photo by Ros OGorman
Ringo Starr Turns 80 With An All-Starr Party

Ringo Starr is the first Beatle to turn 80 years old and he celebrated by streaming in his famous friends for an all-Starr performance.

4 days ago
NeilYoung at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl by Ros O'Gorman
Neil Young Objects To His Songs At Trump Rally

Neil Young has stated he is 'not OK' with Donald Trump using his songs at his Fourth of July weekend event.

5 days ago
Ennio Morricone
Composer Ennio Morricone Dies At Age 91

Ennio Morricone, one of the world’s most famous soundtrack composers, has died at the age of 91.

6 days ago
Ringo Starr photo by Ros OGorman
Ringo Starr To Celebrate 80th Birthday With All-Starr Streaming Party

Ringo Starr will become the first Beatle to pass the benchmark 80th birthday on 7 July and will celebrate like a superStarr.

July 2, 2020
Aretha Franklin RESPECT
Aretha Franklin’s Niece Loves The Respect Trailer

Aretha Franklin's niece has gushed over Jennifer Hudson's portrayal of the late singer in Respect, the forthcoming biopic of Franklin's life.

July 1, 2020