Paul McCartney Video Archives DVD 1999-2002 Volume IV The Beatles

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25. Later with Jools Holland 11/06/99: Paul was accompanied by all the members present on the album, as he launched into “Honey Hush”, which was a rousing beginning to the show. During this rotation Paul joined Jools Holland (ex of Squeeze) at the piano where they chatted for 5 minutes, in the midst of which, a short clip of the Beatles playing “Hey Bulldog” in the studio was shown and the band members were introduced. Paul played “No Other Baby”, the strongest track on the Album, and this sounded phenomenal. And finally Paul and the guys performed “Brown-eyed Handsome Man”, followed by Jools joining the guys on piano in a punchy performance of “Party” which got the whole studio (and my lounge) rocking ! “

26. Paul McCartney Forever TV Special : The Concert for Linda: Here, There and Everywhere” : A concert to benefit animal rights in memory of Linda McCartney 04/10/99. LIVE from London’s Royal Albert Hall. The event was organized by two of their friends, Chrissie Hynde and Carla Lane. Comedian Eddie Izzard hosted the concert, with proceeds going to various animal rights charities. Chrissie Hynde and Linda had worked together supporting various animal rights groups, including PETA. Tickets to the show, with 5,000 people attending, sold out within an hour after going on sale.

Stars come out to honor the passing of Linda. Besides Paul McCartney’s unannounced performance, the show featured more than a dozen artists singing their own songs and their own versions of Beatles’ material. Among the other groups performing were Sinéad O’Connor, George Michael’s motional rendition of “The Long and Winding Road” and his hit “Faith” with Smiths Johnny Marr on guitar. Neil Finn performs with Sinead afterwords Neil performs “Don’t Dream it’s Over”, Heather Small, The Pretenders are joined by Johnny Marr, Tom Jones performs “She’s A Woman”, Elvis Costello

McCartney was not expected to perform, as he had not done any shows since his wife died. However, he attended the event with his four children. After he took to the stage to thank the audience. It was exactly at this time that Chrissy Hein unannounced came out with Paul’s bass plugged in ready to go with a smile on her face urging him to perform. Paul after pointing his finger at Chrissie he eventually puts on the bass and performs one of his and Linda’s favorite 1950s songs, Ricky Nelson’s “Lonesome Town.” He was backed by members of the Pretenders, along with Costello. The song was Paul’s first recorded song since Linda died.

He followed that with his 1963 hit, “All My Loving,” originally performed by The Beatles. A majority of the night’s performers joined him on stage to provide the chorus. Costello said that for this particular event, “there was something incredibly poignant” about the song’s opening lyrics: Close your eyes and I’ll kiss you, Tomorrow I’ll miss you, Remember I’ll always be true. After those songs, Hynde rushed over and gave McCartney an emotional embrace. Everyone then joined in for the closing song, “Let It Be.”

27. VH1’s The Queen’s Jubilee Party at The Palace 06/09/02: Opening, VH1 premiered an edited broadcast of the Queen’s Jubilee: Party At The Palace on which was limited to two hours of edited footage. Segment only includes content with Paul McCartney. Starting with Sharon Osbourne a host of the show interviewing Paul McCartney backstage. Then Paul takes the stage to preform “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” LIVE performance. George Martin gets on stage and talks about first meeting the Beatles in working with them in the first recording session. The big finale saw Sir Paul McCartney come on for a medley of classic Beatles hits: ‘Her Majesty’/’Blackbird’, ‘While My Guitar Gently Weeps’ (with Eric Clapton), “All You Need is Love’ (performed alongside Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, Brian Wilson, Queen, Eric Clapton, Cliff Richard, Ozzy Osbourne and Ladysmith Black Mambazo). Prince Charles comes out with Queen Elizabeth and addresses the crowd formally and then the show concludes with the entire cast performing ‘Hey Jude’

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