|Title:||Driving Fort Lauderdale - The Last Show Of The Driving USA Tour|
|Category:||Rock / Pop|
|Other format:||AC3 MMF MOD MIDI VOC MPC MP2|
|1-3||All My Loving|
|1-6||Let Me Roll It|
|1-12||We Can Work It Out|
|1-13||Mother Nature's Son|
|1-15||You Never Give Me Your Money/Carry That Weight|
|1-16||Time For Massages|
|1-17||Fool On The Hill|
|2-1||Here, There And Everywhere|
|2-2||Band On The Run|
|2-3||Back In The USSR|
|2-4||Maybe I'm Amazed|
|2-7||Can't Buy Me Love|
|2-9||Live And Let Die|
|2-10||Let It Be|
|2-12||Long And Winding Road|
|2-14||I Saw Her Standing There|
|2-16||Sgt. Pepper's Reprise/The End|
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Back in the World (subtitled Live) is a live album by Paul McCartney composed of highlights from his spring 2002 "Driving USA" tour in the United States in support of McCartney's 2001 release Driving Rain. It was released internationally in 2003, save for North America – where Back in the . saw issue four months earlier in 2002 – to commemorate his first set of concerts in almost ten years.
The Driving World Tour was Paul McCartney's first concert tour of the 21st century and of any kind since 1993's New World Tour. For the first time in nearly a decade, McCartney returned to the road following the death of first wife, Linda McCartney, the death of George Harrison, and 9/11. This was in promotion of his 2001 album Driving Rain.
During the recording of "Driving Rain" Paul visited young Lindsay Pagano in the neighbour studio. Her producer Jude Cole told Paul that they still needed another song for Lindsay's debut album. Paul assumed his "So Bad" from "Pipes Of Peace" and offered it with the words: "Hey Jude, take this song and make it better!". Paul also joined for the vocals. The song was released 01-12-18 on the album "Love & Faith & Inspiration" (Warner 947953-2). Recording: February 2001. This tribute to George Harrison is sung and played by Eric Clapton (whose lead guitar also could be heard on the original 1968 recording of the song) with Paul on electric piano and backing vocals, Paul "Wix" Wickens on keyboards, Ray Cooper on percussion, Phil Collins on drums, Phil Palmer on guitar, Pino Palladino on bass, Eric Robinson on saxophone, the Royal Academy.
Regardless, within a short time after the Driving USA tour pulled out of Washington, Mirror Spock had released a unique recording. He combined the audience ambience from one source with the somewhat sterile, mono soundboard feed to the ALD and nudged their phasing. That this merger wanders a bit sonically now and then is beside the point. Mirror Spock's approach resulted in an excellent recording that "breathes" more than any ALD recordings that emerged later. Still not satisfied with these results (which went out to the multitude and multiplus'd like the proverbial loaves.
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Paul McCartney Concerts Wings Over America June 1976 (San Francisco/Daly City) The Paul McCartney World Tour March/April 1990 Driving USA Tour Oakland 2002 Back in The US Tour San Jose 2002 The US tour Omaha 2005 On The Run Cincinnati 2011. Find this Pin and more on Rock Show by Rick Durkin. Paul Mccartney Concert. Paul Mccartney Concert Wings Over America Daly City Paul Mccartney And Wings San Jose Cincinnati Concerts The Beatles Ohio. Jeff Lynne Elo, Electric Light, Classic Rock, Orchestra, Rock Bands, Album Covers, Iphone Wallpaper, Channel, Fans.
Washington Coliseum, 11 February 1964 (1CD+2DVD) Various mixes of the unreleased album Get Back Palais Des Sports, Paris, 20. June 1965, afternoon & evening shows + more (3CD+2DVD) Multi Tracks Ed Sullivan Theatre, NY, 10. & 11. December 1992 (2CD+1DVD) Outtakes from the album Studio outtakes Elstree Film Studios, UK, September 1975 Studio outtakes Rough & various mixes of the songs from Cloud Nine Recording session at Hit Factory & The Record Plant 1980. Driving Fort Lauderdale. Driving Japan Tour 2002 Tokyo 3rd. 366-367. Driving Japan Tour 2002 Osaka 1st. 368-369. 370-371. The New World Tour - 1993 Tokyo 1st. 372-373.