Paul McCartney - Independence Concert flac album
Title: Independence Concert
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1901 mb
FLAC album: 1920 mb
Other formats: WAV VOX TTA MP4 ASF AIFF AU
Genre: Rock / Pop
This article presents all the contributions and appearances of Paul McCartney as a solo artist and as a member of Wings. Live and Let Die Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1973) – 1 song. The soundtrack album from the James Bond film includes the title song performed by Paul McCartney & Wings. Concerts for the People of Kampuchea (1981) – 6 songs. A live album recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon, London in December 1979 to benefit Cambodian refugees.
Frank Sinatra, Tina Turner, and Paul McCartney broke the record respectively in Maracanã Stadium. With an audience of over 184,000 people on April 21, 1990, McCartney held the record for 27 years. Italian singer Vasco Rossi surpassed McCartney's record with his solo concert on July 1, 2017. The concert was a celebration of his 40 years of career. Although the attendance numbers of free concerts are known to be exaggerations, several concerts have been reported to have a million audience or more
LOS ANGELES - Paul McCartney will return to the Hollywood Bowl next month to headline an Earth Day concert, his first performance at the landmark since a Beatles concert nearly 30 years ago. Concerts for the Environment, the promoter of the April 16 Los Angeles event, said Wednesday that concerts also are slated for April 18 in New York and April 22 in Washington. McCartney last appeared at the Hollywood Bowl in 1965, the second of two concerts recorded for the Beatles’ ‘Live At The Hollywood Bowl’ album. From Variety, April 20, 1993: Someday, Paul McCartney may have as much respect for his songs as he obviously does for the environment.
Paul McCartney’s Grand Central Surprise. On the scene at the Beatle’s secret performance in New York. Paul McCartney was playing air guitar when he showed up at New York’s Grand Central Terminal Friday night around 7:40 . His livestreamed YouTube concert was starting in just a few minutes, but first he wanted to give us in the audience a few instructions. He’d start the broadcast alone on camera, with the crowd in complete silence. Get it? Stations, trains, Grand Central?) But he only played three songs from that album, including the charming New Wave groove Who Cares and the extraordinarily horny pop gem Fuh You. He was having too much fun to slow down, giving us a streamlined, re-energized tour through his catalog, from Love Me Do all the way to FourFiveSeconds.
Cited as the driving force behind the first ever rock concept album, 'St. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club', McCartney kept creativity at the forefront of everything he did. He currently holds an honorary doctorate degree from Yale Music, a Brit Award for an Outstanding Contribution to Music, twenty-one Grammy Awards and a knighthood.