You might think that a rock legend like The Beatles’ Paul McCartney could package a concert tour on his “status” alone, go through the motions and collect a nice fat paycheck. Easy money. But back in the mid-70s he continued to deliver for his fans … that might speak volumes about how he simply liked the music.
On June 11 Eagle Rock Entertainment will release both Blu-ray and DVD editions of the complete (remastered), un-cut version of his Seattle Kingdome concert, Paul McCartney and Wings: Rockshow, featuring a massive 28-song set (or 30, depending on how you count the medley transitions).
There have been at least two previous versions released to home entertainment venues in the past, each truncated (by as much as 32 minutes), but this is the fully restored presentation (a whopping 139 minutes – with extras) of this landmark concert tour. Think about it, Paul McCartney on stage in a musical celebration for over two hours and out of print for something like 30 years!
Included in the mix are “Lady Madonna,” “Blackbird,” “Yesterday,” “Silly Love Songs” and “Band on the Run.”
Bonus feature include the featurette titled “A Very Lovely Party.”
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