Please consider registering
Guest
sp_LogInOut Log In sp_Registration Register
Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search
Forum Scope


Match



Forum Options



Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters
sp_Feed sp_TopicIcon
Paul's "Out There" tour (contains spoilers)
11 June 2015
7.24am
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Thankfully not where I am.
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 24145
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1061sp_Permalink sp_Print

The pictures are really good @Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<, Paul looks really relaxed. Love the one where Paul is playing (‘Something ‘ presumably) and two pics of George are behind him. apple01

The following people thank meanmistermustard for this post:

Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris)

12 June 2015
12.37am
Avatar
Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<
the Netherlands
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1435
Member Since:
27 March 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1062sp_Permalink sp_Print

Thank you. Yes, I did take several photos during Something . The ones where he’s actually playing the uke (not just holding it) are some of the best emotion-wise, but they’re terribly blurry. I also caught Paul teary-eyed during Yesterday , but those didn’t turn out well enough to share either. 

Formerly Known As JPM-Fangirl --Paul-Badge.png 2016

'Out There' - 07-06-2015 - Ziggo Dome Amsterdam -- 'One On One' - 12-06-2016 - Pinkpop Festival Landgraaf

12 June 2015
8.28am
Avatar
Ahhh Girl
sailing on a winedark open sea
Moderator

Moderators

Members

Reviewers
Forum Posts: 20341
Member Since:
20 August 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1063sp_Permalink sp_Print

JPM-Fangirl said

I haven’t edited my photos yet. They’ve got a lot of noise and need a lot of retouching, but I wanted to share this makeshift album with you 🙂 I’m quite happy with the way some of them turned out, and the one where he’s looking in my general direction really give me the impression of a connection, if you get what I mean. 

http://beta.myalbum.com/album/…..GSVh1wzxIU

Melt. Not sure how I will get any work done today. There’s 8 hours worth of looking to do in those pictures.

The following people thank Ahhh Girl for this post:

Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<, Beatlebug
12 June 2015
12.36pm
Avatar
Linde
The Netherlands
Rishikesh
Members
Forum Posts: 2781
Member Since:
21 November 2012
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1064sp_Permalink sp_Print

JPM-Fangirl said
I haven’t edited my photos yet. They’ve got a lot of noise and need a lot of retouching, but I wanted to share this makeshift album with you 🙂 I’m quite happy with the way some of them turned out, and the one where he’s looking in my general direction really give me the impression of a connection, if you get what I mean. 

http://beta.myalbum.com/album/…..GSVh1wzxIU

Woah, they’re fantastic! You must have brought one of those superfancy camera’s because judging from the zoomed out pictures, you weren’t as close to the stage as other pictures would suggest. Great.

12 June 2015
2.11pm
Avatar
Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<
the Netherlands
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1435
Member Since:
27 March 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1065sp_Permalink sp_Print

Thanks. I really don’t think they’re that good, to be honest. But they do bring back great memories. I was in seat 88, so about halfway between the stage and the back of the floor.

It’s a Sony CyberShot HX60V, it did cost quite a bit, but it’s just a compact camera. I didn’t dare bring my Nikon DSLR. That’s not a professional camera either, but they can be iffy about detachable lenses. Security was very relaxed, so I probably would have been allowed to take it inside, but that’s hindsight. 

I’m quite sad to see the 1:1 photos, because there’s so much distortion. I still might try and have some of the sharper ones printed once I’ve retouched them, though.

Formerly Known As JPM-Fangirl --Paul-Badge.png 2016

'Out There' - 07-06-2015 - Ziggo Dome Amsterdam -- 'One On One' - 12-06-2016 - Pinkpop Festival Landgraaf

25 June 2015
4.39pm
Avatar
Beatlebug
Find me where ye echo lays
Moderator

Moderators
Forum Posts: 17688
Member Since:
15 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1066sp_Permalink sp_Print

Sorry this is a bit late… 

I’m looking through @Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<‘s photos, and they’re incredible!!! It’s funny how one minute he looks every day of 72, and the next minute he looks about thirty-three and a third. a-hard-days-night-george-10 

Paul’s playing in South Carolina TONIGHT beatlemaniacs_02_gif You have NO IDEA how badly I wish I was in Colombia, SC right now. a-hard-days-night-ringo-14

The following people thank Beatlebug for this post:

Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote
New to Forumpool? You can introduce yourself here.
ScotsIrishFlag-1.jpeg creativehmmavatars.png Vietnam Heritage and Freedom Flag
StarSpangledBanner.png

8 July 2015
5.38am
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Thankfully not where I am.
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 24145
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Wogblog report on Paul’s show at  the Telenor Arena, Bærum, Oslo, Norway last night. 

Taken from there, in the spoiler below, is the shows soundcheck and setlist so no peeking if you don’t want to know.


Soundcheck

Talking intro
Jam
Matchbox
Honey Don’t
Blue Suede Shoes
Drive My Car
Junior’s Farm
All My Loving
Celebration
Let ‘Em In
Miss Ann
I’ll Follow The Sun
Every Night
It’s So Easy
Midnight Special
Raunchy
Leaning on a Lampost
Ram On
Bluebird
Lady Madonna

Setlist

1. Eight Days A Week
2. Save Us
3. Got To Get You Into My Life
4. Good Day Sunshine (Two in a row from “Revolver ” is never a bad thing)
5. Temporary Secretary (surprisingly forceful!)
6. Let Me Roll It (with the familiar Foxy Lady coda)
7. Paperback Writer (“I played this guitar on the original recording in the sixties”)
8. My Valentine (for Nancy, he said she was there)
9. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
10. The Long And Winding Road
11. Maybe I’m Amazed (for Linda, very good vocals, not as shaky as on the Saturday Night Live anniversary)
12. I’ve Just Seen A Face
13. We Can Work It Out
14. Another Day
15. Hope For The Future
16. And I Love Her
17. Blackbird
18. Here Today
19. New
20. Queenie Eye
21. Lady Madonna
22. All Together Now (for the kids)
23. Lovely Rita
24. Eleanor Rigby
25. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (“I remember the writing session with John”)
26. Something
27. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (audience singalong)
28. Band On The Run
29. Back in the U.S.S.R.
30. Let It Be
31. Live And Let Die (Guns ‘n’ Roses, go home!)
32. Hey Jude

Edit: missed out the remaining tracks. They are below.

Extra numbers:
33. Another Girl
34. Birthday (for Ringo, 75 and daddy Jim, who would have turned 114)
35. Can’t Buy Me Love

Again, lots of people reckoned this was it and headed for the exits.

Extra extra numbers:
36. Yesterday
37. Helter Skelter
38. Golden Slumbers
39. Carry That Weight
40. The End

The following people thank meanmistermustard for this post:

Into the Sky with Diamonds, Beatlebug, Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris)

8 July 2015
8.01am
Avatar
Beatlebug
Find me where ye echo lays
Moderator

Moderators
Forum Posts: 17688
Member Since:
15 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

meanmistermustard said
<chop chop Maxwell’s silver scissors>

Setlist

1. Eight Days A Week
2. Save Us
3. Got To Get You Into My Life
4. Good Day Sunshine (Two in a row from “Revolver ” is never a bad thing)

<snip crackle pop>

YOU KNOW IT 

God , I wish I was there. Or anywhere… that Paul was playing. a-hard-days-night-paul-7

He’s got a few deep cuts in there though… would it be too much to ask of him what yer doing to play You Won’t See Me live? a-hard-days-night-george-9 

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote
New to Forumpool? You can introduce yourself here.
ScotsIrishFlag-1.jpeg creativehmmavatars.png Vietnam Heritage and Freedom Flag
StarSpangledBanner.png

8 July 2015
9.01am
Avatar
Into the Sky with Diamonds
New York
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1928
Member Since:
9 August 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1069sp_Permalink sp_Print

@meanmistermustard   I’m surprised by the length of the soundcheck – especially considering the length of his shows.

I wonder if it needs to be that long or if he doesn’t mind playing 4 hours a night!

"Into the Sky with Diamonds" (the Beatles and the Race to the Moon – a history)

8 July 2015
9.20am
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Thankfully not where I am.
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 24145
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1070sp_Permalink sp_Print

I would presume Paul’s love of playing is down to the length of soundcheck; its either he rattles off some tunes or sit backstage having a chat. Also cant folk pay more and get into the soundcheck (I think @Ahhh Girl got to see one) so there is that putting on a show for the few who opt to pay more for extra Paul.

The following people thank meanmistermustard for this post:

Beatlebug

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris)

8 July 2015
10.22am
Avatar
Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<
the Netherlands
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1435
Member Since:
27 March 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Wow! That soundcheck alone is as long (if not longer than) some bands’ entire concert! I saw a Who setlist the other day, and that was 19 songs too.

Since the concert setlist was a lot shorter than usual here, I’d guess his soundcheck isn’t usually that long. But I really want to go to one of Paul’s soundchecks now….

@meanmistermustard Yes, you can buy tickets for the soundcheck. They come with some exclusive goodies, and it’s a lot of money which is why I didn’t go for it when I had the chance. I regret that now.

Formerly Known As JPM-Fangirl --Paul-Badge.png 2016

'Out There' - 07-06-2015 - Ziggo Dome Amsterdam -- 'One On One' - 12-06-2016 - Pinkpop Festival Landgraaf

8 July 2015
10.41am
Avatar
Ahhh Girl
sailing on a winedark open sea
Moderator

Moderators

Members

Reviewers
Forum Posts: 20341
Member Since:
20 August 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1072sp_Permalink sp_Print

For those who may have missed my review (or who want to see it again), here it is https://www.beatlesbible.com/f…..r/page-44/

The following people thank Ahhh Girl for this post:

Beatlebug
8 July 2015
12.16pm
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Thankfully not where I am.
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 24145
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Balls, i missed out some of the setlist tracks when copying over (which i’ve added in). Only noticed after @Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<‘s post. Sorry. Paul played a full 40!!!!!!!!!!! (most bands dont have 40 songs in their entire catalogue) track concert.  It all should read (again in the spoiler)

 

Soundcheck

Talking intro

Jam

Matchbox

Honey Don’t

Blue Suede Shoes

Drive My Car

Junior’s Farm

All My Loving

Celebration

Let ‘Em In

Miss Ann

I’ll Follow The Sun

Every Night

It’s So Easy

Midnight Special

Raunchy

Leaning on a Lampost

Ram On

Bluebird

Lady Madonna

Setlist

1. Eight Days A Week

2. Save Us

3. Got To Get You Into My Life

4. Good Day Sunshine (Two in a row from “Revolver” is never a bad thing)

5. Temporary Secretary (surprisingly forceful!)

6. Let Me Roll It (with the familiar Foxy Lady coda)

7. Paperback Writer (“I played this guitar on the original recording in the sixties”)

8. My Valentine (for Nancy, he said she was there)

9. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five

10. The Long And Winding Road

11. Maybe I’m Amazed (for Linda, very good vocals, not as shaky as on the Saturday Night Live anniversary)

12. I’ve Just Seen A Face

13. We Can Work It Out

14. Another Day

15. Hope For The Future

16. And I Love Her

17. Blackbird

18. Here Today

19. New

20. Queenie Eye

21. Lady Madonna

22. All Together Now (for the kids)

23. Lovely Rita

24. Eleanor Rigby

25. Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (“I remember the writing session with John”)

26. Something

27. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (audience singalong)

28. Band On The Run

29. Back in the U.S.S.R.

30. Let It Be

31. Live And Let Die (Guns ‘n’ Roses, go home!)

32. Hey Jude

Encore #1

33. Another Girl

34. Birthday (for Ringo, 75 and daddy Jim, who would have turned 114)

35. Can’t Buy Me Love

Encore #2

36. Yesterday

37. Helter Skelter

38. Golden Slumbers

39. Carry That Weight

40. The End

The following people thank meanmistermustard for this post:

Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<, Beatlebug

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris)

8 July 2015
1.19pm
Avatar
Beatlebug
Find me where ye echo lays
Moderator

Moderators
Forum Posts: 17688
Member Since:
15 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1074sp_Permalink sp_Print

@meanmistermustard Paul’s dad would be 113. 

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote
New to Forumpool? You can introduce yourself here.
ScotsIrishFlag-1.jpeg creativehmmavatars.png Vietnam Heritage and Freedom Flag
StarSpangledBanner.png

8 July 2015
1.26pm
Avatar
meanmistermustard
Thankfully not where I am.
Moderator
Members

Reviewers


Moderators
Forum Posts: 24145
Member Since:
1 May 2011
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Silly Girl said
@meanmistermustard Paul’s dad would be 113. 

I didnt know he would have 113 or 114, they’re not my notes/comments.

The following people thank meanmistermustard for this post:

Beatlebug

"I told you everything I could about me, Told you everything I could" ('Before Believing' - Emmylou Harris)

8 July 2015
7.21pm
Avatar
hucko
The Jacaranda
Members
Forum Posts: 30
Member Since:
2 July 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1076sp_Permalink sp_Print

Other than Lollapalooza, does anyone know whether Paul may be playing in the upper midwest United States anytime this year, or do we just have to wait, hope and pray for announcements?

9 July 2015
1.34am
Avatar
Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<
the Netherlands
Candlestick Park
Members
Forum Posts: 1435
Member Since:
27 March 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1077sp_Permalink sp_Print

New tour dates are usually added here: https://www.facebook.com/PaulM…..ney/events. There don’t seem to be any plans for new tour dates. My guess would be the Out There tour has run its course, and a new album may be in the works, Or at least, that’s what I’m hoping 🙂

The following people thank Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^< for this post:

Zig

Formerly Known As JPM-Fangirl --Paul-Badge.png 2016

'Out There' - 07-06-2015 - Ziggo Dome Amsterdam -- 'One On One' - 12-06-2016 - Pinkpop Festival Landgraaf

9 July 2015
3.02pm
Avatar
AppleScruffJunior
Sitting here doing nothing but procrastinating...
Apple rooftop
Reviewers

Members
Forum Posts: 7497
Member Since:
18 March 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1078sp_Permalink sp_Print

JPM-Fangirl said
 My guess would be the Out There tour has run its course

Image Enlarger

…run its course

Image Enlarger

…run its course

Image Enlarger

…run its course

Image Enlarger

…run its course

Image Enlarger

…run its course

Image Enlarger

The following people thank AppleScruffJunior for this post:

Beatlebug, Mademoiselle Kitty >^..^<

 

INTROVERTS UNITE! Separately....in your own homes!

                 ***

Make Love, Not Wardrobes!

                ***

"Stop throwing jelly beans at me"- George Harrison

9 July 2015
4.12pm
Avatar
Beatlebug
Find me where ye echo lays
Moderator

Moderators
Forum Posts: 17688
Member Since:
15 February 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Don’t worry ASJ. He’ll tour again someday. 

*OH GOD I HOPE SO I HOPE SO I HOPE SO I HOPE SO PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE… me.. *

George_begging-oh-please.jpg

That last gif is afrighting me… a-hard-days-night-paul-4

It verges from the sublime to the ridiculote
New to Forumpool? You can introduce yourself here.
ScotsIrishFlag-1.jpeg creativehmmavatars.png Vietnam Heritage and Freedom Flag
StarSpangledBanner.png

10 July 2015
1.41pm
Avatar
ScrambledEggs
Behind the moon
Paris Olympia
Members

Reviewers
Forum Posts: 328
Member Since:
16 December 2013
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline

Hey everyone! It’s been almost a year since I was last here and I’m really sorry about that. It happened so that I got to see Paul perform last night, and of course this is the first place I thought of to share my story.

Well, long story short of how it all came to be in the first place: my fairy godfather a.k.a. my best friend lives in Sweden, and he made my biggest dream come true yesterday — he arranged everything so I could go and see Paul live in Stockholm! I’ve been here in Sweden for a week now, and he has spoiled me like I’ve never been spoiled, but nothing can even begin to compare to what I experienced last night.

To begin with, the Ericsson Globe is an excellent place for concerts. It’s actually the second concert I’ve been to there, and here’s a one angle of it on this picture: Image Enlarger

We had excellent seats, fifth row — seat 71 was mine, to be more precise. I didn’t expect we’d be so close to the stage! Unlike all the other concerts I’ve been to (although there’s not many), it wasn’t boring at all to wait for the show to begin, because there was this great slide show on a large screen and so much Beatles and Wings music in the background. I was wearing my Beatles shirt and the minute we sat down in our seats is when my first tears came, and there was an elderly couple who sat next to us, and a mother and son in front of us, and they were all looking at me with big smiles on their faces and all I said was, “This is the Beatles feeling, isn’t it?” and they all agreed.

When Paul came to the stage and opened the show with Eight Days A Week , all I could think was, “Alright, this is it, the real Paul McCartney from the real Beatles, enjoy it as much as you can,” and my heart was pounding and I was singing along every line. And it just seemed to last forever. He went on with Save Us and then Got To Get You Into My Life , which surprised me because it’s one of my favorite songs on Revolver  and for some reason I didn’t expect him to play that one at all, and I stood up from my seat and danced like crazy. He then said, “This is the first song I wrote with John,” and of course went on with One After 909 , which I recorded (as well as at least half of the show) with my crappy phone camera, and it was magic, it took me back to the time when I first discovered the Beatles, the exact same grand feeling I’ve never felt with anything else.

After a while it was time for Paperback Writer , (“This is the guitar I used to record with in the 60s,” he told us, I might be paraphrasing a bit) and My Valentine for Nancy, but the real gigantic tears first came with Maybe I’m Amazed , when he said “I wrote this for Linda” and they showed many pictures of them together, and those she took of him, and I didn’t even feel like singing along, I was just absorbing the sound and enjoying every split second. Then, he played I’ve Just Seen A Face , which I think my friend loved as well, we had been singing that song whole day long as we walked in Stockholm. A few Beatles songs followed, and I especially loved it he played Blackbird , and then said something like “It’s great that I’ve written this song, because I’ve met many people across the world who told me they tried to learn it on the guitar – how many of you here have tried to play it?” and I jumped from my seat and raised my arms and screamed like a true Beatlemaniac, and it was then when Paul first looked in the section where I was, and I felt so incredibly happy. And then he said, “well, you’ve all got it wrong,” and everyone laughed.

When he sang Here Today is where I was literally cried like a baby, and he also had tears in his eyes, and oh that moment when he sings “I love you,” it’s so too damn precious. I also cried a lot during Something , all the George pictures in the background got me past my emotional barrier, which was not one difficult to cross last night, my emotions kept on swinging, but they were all based on genuine joy and happiness, even all the tears. “Thank you,” he said as we applauded, “and thank you George for writing this beautiful song.”

Another wonderful moment was he the “na na”s in Hey Jude came, and he asked the audience to sing, first the men and then the women, and then everyone else together; it all blended perfectly. He did that part where he sang melodies and asked us to repeat after him, kind of a Freddie Mercury moment which with my new Queen obsession made the night all the more amazing. It was as though the entire arena was one huge unity. 

Helter Skelter was one of the last few songs (and he played 40, if I am not wrong, which is beyond impressive!) and I just jumped around and told everyone around me that it was one of my favorite songs, and everyone was just so, so happy, and so into the show. I don’t even know how to describe it. 
Golden Slumbers , Carry That Weight and The End was where he finished, and I was in complete awe then. It was beyond incredible. Here is the best picture I managed to take (although you have to agree that the blurriness takes years off of him!):

Image Enlarger

He tried to speak Swedish, and although I cannot speak the language, I understood most of it. He also made sure to welcome everyone who was not from Sweden and was there, which made me feel special. At the end he was saying in Swedish, “But we have to go now,” and we were all screaming, “Nei!”

When it was over, I was overwhelmed but not in disbelief, I was intensely aware of what had happened, but unlike my last concert, I didn’t fall in depression that it was over, I was simply glad that it happened and I’ve burned every second in my memory where I hope it will stay forever.

I am thankful that I got the chance to see one of my favorite people on the planet, from my favorite band, and had the best time I could have ever had. 

The following people thank ScrambledEggs for this post:

AppleScruffJunior, Ahhh Girl, Merch, Beatlebug, meanmistermustard, Joe, Shamrock Womlbs
Forum Timezone: America/Chicago
Most Users Ever Online: 700
Currently Online: MattWatchingWheels, DonkeyKonk
Guest(s) 1
Top Posters:
Starr Shine?: 16079
Ron Nasty: 11700
Zig: 9832
50yearslate: 8722
Necko: 7961
AppleScruffJunior: 7497
parlance: 7111
mr. Sun king coming together: 6403
Mr. Kite: 6147
trcanberra: 6064
Member Stats:
Guest Posters: 88
Members: 2712
Moderators: 5
Admins: 1
Forum Stats:
Groups: 3
Forums: 44
Topics: 5081
Posts: 362707
Newest Members:
Mikey C, hpanitz, 2crazikids, beatles-fan, Walrus Dub
Moderators: Joe: 5263, meanmistermustard: 24145, Ahhh Girl: 20341, Beatlebug: 17688, The Hole Got Fixed: 8338
Administrators: Joe: 5263