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Paul McCartney bootlegs, B-Sides, and Movie/Collab Tracks
27 August 2013
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Zig said
That’s a nice version of ‘Beautiful Night’ – thank you parlance. I still prefer the a-hard-days-night-ringo-11 version, however.

I also thank parlance for taking me to the BR site, as I miss having Happy Nat around our Forum. He used to throw tidbits like this at us all the time. He has a nice website.

 

You’re welcome. He does! I’m on his mailing list so I try to check it out every week.

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28 August 2013
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I found a couple of those “Cold Cuts” on YouTube.

I have to disagree with acmac above about “Some People Never Know” — I think Paul crafted that one perfectly.

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28 August 2013
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Funny Paper said

I have to disagree with acmac above about “Some People Never Know” — I think Paul crafted that one perfectly.

I agree.  Great tune. a-hard-days-night-john-1

"Please don't bring your banjo back, I know where it's been..  I wasn't hardly gone a day, when it became the scene..  Banjos!  Banjos!  All the time, I can't forget that tune..  and if I ever see another banjo, I'm going out and buy a big balloon!"

 

28 August 2013
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I found Return to Pepperland as well. Love YouTube.

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9 September 2013
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Someone posted this lovely tune, When the Wind is Blowing, at Reddit:

 

 

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15 December 2013
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Found this out over wogblog, posted today. 

For the first Wogblog writes “Paul and Linda McCartney (with kids in tow) sitting around at Dustin Hoffman’s rented house in Jamaica, 1973 playing some music: Picasso’s Last Words (Drink To Me) and Getting Closer.” and the second, “More of the same: Baa Baa Black Sheep, Hands Of Love, Peggy Sue and more of Getting Closer.”..

 

 

Well worth hearing, Paul’s kids are very audible which is sweet, you even get to hear Paul telling one of the kids off. heartheartheart

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I remember reading how when Paul and family met Dustin Hoffman down there, Picasso had just died recently (April 8, 1973), and Paul recounted that Dustin admired Paul’s ability to write songs, so he challenged Paul to write one about Picasso — and Paul did: Picasso’s Last Words.  I like that song, especially the “three o’clock in the morning” part; the nice touch of drunken Paul and others (either pretending to be drunk or really being so) singing towards the end; the French radio voice that comes in at one point; and the pièce de résistance — Denny Laine’s impeccable clarinet interludes.

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16 December 2013
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parlance said
Someone posted this lovely tune, When the Wind is Blowing, at Reddit:

Hey, I recognize that! He did a whistle version of it on Parky and explained the song’s origins. Too bad he never finished it; it is a lovely tune.

18 January 2014
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Found the Trevor Jones tapes with Wings & Paul outtakes to sift thru as well as Wings Glasgow ’79 concert to add to my ongoing Paul chronological career spanning archive listing collection series since he is taking so damn long (can anyone think a good name for it?). 

Is anyone able to recommend a good quality soundboard or audience tape concert from the other Wings tours, would really help with it all?

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25 January 2014
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Hello!

I am a huge fan of Macca bootlegs and these ones I have been looking everywhere for.

Does anyone have these?

 

Flaming Pie Outtakes
http://www.bootlegzone.com/alb…..pouttakes1

Red Rose Speedway Recording Sessions Reconstructed 
http://www.jpgr.co.uk/boot_bfb55.html
The Complete Press To Play
http://www.bootlegzone.com/alb…..me=pressct

 

Thank you! 

 

I don’t know if this is against the rules, sorry if it is this is my first post! paul-mccartney

 

Note by Ahhh Girl 7 June 2014: Posts 50-58 were a separate thread. Since the topics a very similar, I moved the conversation here.

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Hi. I don’t mind people discussing bootlegs, but this isn’t a forum for trading illegal stuff. Sorry. Also, if you start a topic PLEASE DON’T WRITE ALL IN CAPS.

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Joe said
Hi. I don’t mind people discussing bootlegs, but this isn’t a forum for trading illegal stuff. Sorry.

Yeah, Paul could afford to make life really difficult for the administrators of this site, but I think that he’d welcome “people discussing bootlegs” for sure, especially Paul McCartney ones…:-)

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Joe said
Hi. I don’t mind people discussing bootlegs, but this isn’t a forum for trading illegal stuff. Sorry.

Yeah, Paul could afford to make life really difficult for the administrators of this site, but I think that he’d welcome “people discussing bootlegs” for sure, especially Paul McCartney ones…:-)

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Joe said
Hi. I don’t mind people discussing bootlegs, but this isn’t a forum for trading illegal stuff. Sorry.

Yeah, Paul could afford to make life really difficult for the administrators of this site, but I think that he’d welcome “people discussing bootlegs” for sure, especially Paul McCartney ones…:-)

I’m sure many of you know Paul won a lawsuit against TPB for multimillions usd.  Whether he’ll ever see the money is another questions, and TPB continues to operate in the meantime.  He cited the monetary damage up and coming groups would suffer.  But the hip new groups post their official music vids to youtube, and let people post live homemade recordings, and I think this is a great way for up and coming groups to expose their music to a very wide audience.  But that doesn’t directly address the issue of file sharing.  I think it’s ok for stuff like bootlegs and non-officially released stuff (if apple has the stuff, they should know practically anything they release, even rehearsal tapes, would be eaten up by people like us and they would still make millions…I suppose that kind of stuff doesn’t meet their ‘quality’ standards…but some of it does imo!)

Sorry for the OT part, but a search in the other bootleg topics revealed no hits on ‘black album’.  So how come no mention of the Black Album.  I think the only result I got googling it was one brand new reseller had a copy for 249usd.  I have an electronic copy.  This boot has a lot of rehearsal tapes (notably, one of She Came In Through The Bathroom Window where Paul (?) sings and John sings a retort to almost every line lol, and a pretty clean version of Across The Universe and a really neat rehearsal of 2 of Us, probably near the final take.  Anyone know about this bootleg?  Is The Black Album a taboo subject here?  I could hardly believe I’m the first in here to have heard of it, after reading these posts. 

ps – sorry for duplicate posting I posted this to a thread that hadn’t had a post since 2012 so I figured it was ok to repost it to a more recent thread.  Bust me back to A Beginning (if I’m even out of it yet) if this is an awful breach of biblequette a-hard-days-night-george-10

 

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Beatles Rarity focused on the title track to Return to Pepperland . Man, I love this song, I really wish it’d been released.

It was bittersweet to hear the Nelson Mandela reference.

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The Beatles Rarity podcast featured “Did We Meet Somewhere Before?”:

This week I’ve brought along an out-take recorded during the sessions for the last Wings album, Back To The Egg , sometime around July, 1978. Aside from Paul and Linda McCartney, the band line up at this time included Wings-original member Denny Laine, lead guitarist Laurence Juber and former Elton John drummer Steve Holly. “Did We Meet Somewhere Before?” was not actually intended for inclusion on the ‘Egg’ album though, but for use in the new film Heaven Can Wait (starring Warren Beatty). The final version of the film however, did not include the song.

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It’s probably been mentioned before, but Paul seems more than happy with people filming his concerts and putting them up on YouTube. I think what he doesn’t like is people giving away stuff he’s trying to profit from, which is hard to argue with. No idea on his position regarding the trading or selling of Beatles outtakes – as I said before, I’m happy for them to be discussed but I don’t want any download links to be posted.

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I have “Live at Amoeba Hall 27.6.07.”

Don’t think it’s been officially released.  tbh I acquired so much Beatly music last year I haven’t gotten to listen to it yet!

I also have “Hot Night in Charlotte” – it doesn’t have a date, but my guess is the 80s or 90s.  It is listed as with Wings, so probably early 80s.

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4 tracks from the 27th June 2007 Amoeba Hall concert (Dance Tonight, I Saw Her Standing There , Only Mama Knows, and That Was Me) were released on the EP ‘Amoeba’s Secret‘ on the 13th November 2007.

12 of the performed tracks were included with the 17th January 2010 edition of ‘The Mail on Sunday’ as an exclusive promotional cd. 

14 tracks were made available on Paul’s website for Premium Members on the 16th November 2012

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Part of the Amoeba performance (which was a free gig in a Los Angeles record shop) was released as an EP, Amoeba’s Secret (4 tracks), in 2007. In 2009 there was a 14-track version, Live in Los Angeles – The Extended Set, free to “premium” members of his website, while in the UK a 12-track (I think?) version was given away free with one of the Sunday newspapers.

The Wings credit is wrong on Hot Night in Charlotte. It was recorded long after Wings’ 1980 split at the Blockbuster Pavilion in Charlotte on 15 June 1993.

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