viernes, 22 de septiembre de 2017

HEAR : Jimmy Fallon & Paul McCartney Cover 'Wonderful Christmastime' on 'Holiday's Rule Vol. 2' Album











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Jimmy Fallon & Paul McCartney Cover 'Wonderful Christmastime' on 'Holiday's Rule Vol. 2' Album Featuring Norah Jones, Roseanne Cash, MUNA & Others
by Gil Kaufman
9/22/2017


Paul McCartney and Jimmy Fallon perform on Saturday Night Live on Dec. 21, 2013.
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Grace Potter, Decemberists, Judah and the Lion also make appearances.


With Target shelves already stuffed with Halloween gear, it's never too early to start thinking about Christmas. That might explain why Capitol Records announced the all-star Holiday's Rule Vol. 2 compilation on Friday (Sept. 22). The 16-track album due out on Oct. 13 kicks off with a freshly recorded version of the Beatles' classic "Wonderful Christmastime" performed by Paul McCartney and Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. You can pre-order the album today and receive a stream or download of "Christmastime."

The sequel to the 2012 album features 16 new pop, rock, mariachi, jazz and folk holiday tunes by the likes of Norah Jones, Grace Potter, Roseanne Cash, The Decemberists, Judah & the Lion, Lake Street Dive and some up-and-coming acts, including Albin Lee Meldau, Barns Courtney, Calum Scott and Kandace Springs.

Check out the track list for Holiday's Rule Vol 2:

1. Paul McCartney, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots - "Wonderful Christmastime"

2. Barns Courtney Feat. Lennon Stella - "Baby, It's Cold Outside"

3. Albin Lee Meldau - "All I Want For Christmas Is You"

4. Calum Scott - "It's Beginning To Look Like Christmas"

5. Kandace Springs - "(Everybody's Waitin For) The Man With The Bag"

6. Norah Jones - "Peace (Live at the Sheen Center)"

7. Grace Potter - "Christmas Moon"

8. Rosanne Cash - "May Ev'ry Day Be Christmas"

9. Judah & The Lion - "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)"

10. The Decemberists - "Jesus Christ"

11. Lake Street Dive - "I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas"

12. Flor De Toloache - "That's What I Want For Christmas"

13. Vera Blue - "A Winter Romance"

14. MUNA - "Pipes of Peace"

15. US Girls - "Blue Christmas"

16. Andrew McMahon - "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve"

The first edition of Holiday's Rule was released in 2012 and featured songs from McCartney, fun., The Shins, Rufus Wainwright and Sharon Van Etten, The Civil Wars, Calexico, Andrew Bird, The Head and the Heart, Punch Brothers and others.







jueves, 21 de septiembre de 2017

ONE ON ONE IN BROOKLYN (Second Night) : September 21 2017 - Barclays Center, Brooklyn












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B.C. man to sing with Paul McCartney after winning charity contest








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B.C. man to sing with Paul McCartney after winning charity contest
HARRISON MOONEY
Published on: September 21, 2017

A B.C. man will get the opportunity to say “Hi, Hi, Hi” to Paul McCartney after winning a charity contest.

Grand Forks resident Gregg Anderson, 45, was stunned on Sunday to discover that he’d been selected to attend McCartney’s show at the Barclays Center in New York on Thursday night, as well as meet the music icon for an informal chat and, incredibly, join McCartney onstage for a performance of Beatles classic Get Back.

Anderson’s once-in-a-lifetime opportunity has been made possible by Omaze, an online fundraising platform that holds contests for unbelievable prizes and dream experiences, with the proceeds going to charitable causes. To enter for a chance to meet McCartney, Anderson pledged $50 to the David Lynch Foundation, a non-profit organization that targets “the epidemic of trauma and toxic stress among under-resourced populations through Transcendental Meditation.”

Omaze informed Anderson of his good fortune during a Skype interview on Sunday night. He went nuts.

“The girl who was interviewing me even said, ‘Gregg, you are about to go to a whole new level of freakout,” Anderson said with a laugh during a telephone interview from his hotel room in Brooklyn. Omaze has provided a GIF of that moment.


Gregg Anderson will enjoy the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sing with Paul McCartney after winning a charity contest. GREGG ANDERSON / FACEBOOK

Anderson, who says the Beatles are his favourite band and McCartney is his favourite Beatle, has made sacrifices to see McCartney in the past.

“I saw Paul McCartney in 2012 in BC Place,” he said. “I spent a month’s rent that I didn’t have to go see him. I got really good seats. I had to do some creative funnelling of funds to get the rent done that month.”

This time around, the only thing standing between Anderson and his dream experience was that he needed to be excused from his job at Canada Post in a hurry.

“They gave me a day’s notice,” he said.


Paul McCartney salutes the crowd during a 2016 concert at Rogers Arena. GERRY KAHRMANN / PNG

Fortunately, his manager and coworkers were nothing but supportive.

“I actually had a coworker come off holiday so I could be away for the week,” he said. That was very nice of her. And when I told my manager, she actually got more excited than I was.”

Good thing, too. “Otherwise I may have quit,” Anderson joked.

When he meets McCartney, Anderson simply wants to thank the legendary songwriter, whose music has helped him to get through “a crappy year” in which his father passed away.  

“I don’t want to just come at him with questions,” Anderson said. “All I wanna do is just tell him, thank you. I just wanna thank him for everything he’s done for me through his music. He’s got me through a lot of stuff.”

“This is a good thing. I needed this. I just want to thank him.”

mi茅rcoles, 20 de septiembre de 2017

Watch Paul McCartney Serenade Jimmy Fallon with 'Birthday' During Barclays Center Show















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Watch Paul McCartney Serenade Jimmy Fallon with 'Birthday' During Barclays Center Show
by Gil Kaufman
9/20/2017


Paul McCartney performs on stage during his "One on One" tour at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 15, 2017 in New York City.
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You expect that Justin Timberlake will wish his old Camp Winnipesaukee pal Jimmy Fallon a happy birthday. But Paul McCartney? The former Beatle took some time out of his gig at Barclays Center on Tuesday night (Sept. 19) to call out Fallon and say happy birthday, and then, of course, sing "Birthday" to the 43-year-old Tonight Show host, who was in the audience losing his freakin' mind the whole time.

"Wait a minute, who's this guy?" McCartney says from the stage, looking out to spot Fallon in primo seats on the floor. "Hey, wait a minute, is that Jimmy, Jimmy Fallon?... Happy birthday Jim! Okay Jim, this is especially for you and the other people who who've got a birthday." Watch Fallon take selfies with wife Nancy Juvonen (and Saturday Night Live producer Lorne Michaels) sing along and lose his mind over the unexpected honor.

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Paul McCartney set list: What might he play at Syracuse concert?
By Katrina Tulloch
syracuse.com
Posted on September 20, 2017

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Paul McCartney's 2017 concerts tend to run long -- about three hours.

Of course, the former Beatle and acclaimed singer/songwriter has one of the largest catalogs in music history. He has plenty of original tunes to use and he has the endurance to perform as many as possible.

Sets on the "One on One" tour range from 35-40 songs. It includes songs he wrote and performed with the Quarrymen, the Beatles, Wings (his band with Linda McCartney) and smaller solo projects.

McCartney played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Sept. 19 and fans compiled his set list online the next day. All his shows on this tour have opened with "A Hard Day's Night and ended with "The End," after a multi-song encore.

Paul McCartney set list
Barclays Center | Sept. 19

A Hard Day's Night (The Beatles song)
Junior's Farm (Wings song)
Can't Buy Me Love (The Beatles song)
Jet (Wings song)
All My Loving (The Beatles song)
Let Me Roll It (Wings song) (followed by 'Foxy Lady' jam)
I've Got a Feeling (The Beatles song)
My Valentine
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings song)
Maybe I'm Amazed
We Can Work It Out (The Beatles song)
In Spite of All the Danger (The Quarrymen song)
You Won't See Me (The Beatles song)
Love Me Do (The Beatles song)
And I Love Her (The Beatles song)
Blackbird (The Beatles song)
Here Today
Queenie Eye
New
Lady Madonna (The Beatles song)
FourFiveSeconds (Rihanna and Kanye West and Paul McCartney cover)
Eleanor Rigby (The Beatles song)
I Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles song)
Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (The Beatles song)
Something (The Beatles song)
A Day in the Life (The Beatles song) (with Give Peace a Chance snippet)
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (The Beatles song)
Band on the Run (Wings song)
Back in the U.S.S.R. (The Beatles song)
Let It Be (The Beatles song)
Live and Let Die (Wings song)
Hey Jude (The Beatles song)

Encore:
Yesterday (The Beatles song)
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (The Beatles song)
Helter Skelter (The Beatles song)
Birthday (The Beatles song)
Happy Birthday to You (Mildred J. Hill & Patty Hill cover) (for Jimmy Fallon)
Golden Slumbers (The Beatles song)
Carry That Weight (The Beatles song)
The End (The Beatles song)

Unless someone famous shows up for their birthday, it's likely he won't perform a second birthday song as he did for Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday night.

On Sept. 15, McCartney played a similar set list at Madison Square Garden, with a few changes to early numbers, like Save Us, Letting Go (Wings), Got to Get You Into My Life (The Beatles).

Katrina Tulloch writes music and culture stories for Syracuse.com and The Post-Standard. 

martes, 19 de septiembre de 2017

ONE ON ONE IN BROOKLYN (First Night) : September 19 2017 - Barclays Center, Brooklyn





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A Little Help from His Friends: All of Paul McCartney’s Surprise Guests on His One on One Tour (So Far…)









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A Little Help from His Friends: All of Paul McCartney’s Surprise Guests on His One on One Tour (So Far…)
BY JORDAN RUNTAGH
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 18, 2017


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Let’s get one thing straight: Paul McCartney doesn’t need any extra star power. On Sunday night, rock’s favorite knight of the realm ripped through 39 of his seemingly endless stream of classics during a three-hour session at New York City’s Madison Square Garden. Part of his ongoing One on One tour, he was joined on the marathon sprint through his own musical history by his long-time backing band, who have now been with him twice as long as the Beatles. The previous show two days earlier made headlines for an encore duet Bruce Springsteen, but this night featured no such surprise guests—and, as usual, no opening act. It was pure Paul, and for the 20,000 people crammed into the dome, that was more than enough.
His audience is a venerable United Nations of backgrounds. Men and women who once shouted at the Fab Four on their all-too-few tours of the United States during their Mop Topped heyday stand aside their 21st century counterparts. Except for maybe the cell phones held aloft, the mania is identical. The emotional spectrum is broad; people cry, others kiss. Some dance with wild abandon, still more sing. One fan holds up a sign proudly proclaiming that this is his 113th time seeing McCartney in concert. The man himself spots this from the stage and can’t help but laugh. “You must be bored by now!” he jokingly chides. But it seems unlikely. The Beatles invented arena rock with their sold-out shows in baseball stadiums across the country in the mid ’60s, and McCartney has had more than half a century to perfect the process. A master showman with a goldmine of hits, his shows will always have the power to transfix.
It’s impossible not to be astonished by the seemingly supernatural stamina unleashed by the 75-year-old in the midst of his grueling performances, during which he jumps between instruments with the intensity of a man possessed. The iconic Hofner bass, proudly held aloft like his personal Excalibur, sees him through early Beatles tracks, including “A Hard Day’s Night,” “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “I Wanna Be Your Man.” In an instant he leaps over to the piano to tackle ballads like “Let It Be,” “My Valentine,” and “Hey Jude.” Then he straps on a custom Les Paul to free his formidable guitar shredding skills on the Wings-era staple “Let Me Roll It” before showcasing his gentle singer-songerwriter side on solo acoustic numbers like “Blackbird” and “Yesterday.” Whether it’s good health, musical passion, or some sort of Faustian pact, McCartney’s energy would be almost disconcerting were it not so joyous.

The show ends in a flash, literally, as band vanishes from the stage in a puff of smoke and confetti. It’s as if they’ve just pulled off the ultimate magic trick, and in many ways, they have—except it’s not a trick at all. It’s the magic of a man doing precisely what he was put on this planet to do.
A true musician at heart, McCartney delights in jamming with players of all stripes. Through it doesn’t wrap until December, we’ve decided to look back at all of the guests welcomed to the stage during the One to One tour…so far!

Krist Novoselic in Seattle, Washington (April 17, 2016)

McCartney first partnered up with Novoselic and his former Nirvana bandmates Dave Grohl and Pat Smear years earlier at the 12-12-12 Concert for Sandy Relief—performing under the playful moniker “Sirvana.” As the One on One tour swung through Seattle, McCartney enlisted hometown rock hero Novoselic to lend some extra low end on “Helter Skelter,” the furious 1968 White Album track that predicts grunge by two decades.

Diana Krall in Vancouver, British Columbia (April 19, 2016)

The wife of McCartney’s friend and occasional songwriting collaborator Elvis Costello, Krall contributed piano and arrangements to Macca’s 2012 album, the prewar-tinged Kisses on the Bottom. During a concert in Canada, McCartney welcomed the jazz musician to the stage to back him on his musical love letter to his bride, Nancy Shevell.

Jimmy Fallon inVancouver, British Columbia (April 20, 2016)

Fallon may be known for his spot-on portrayal of a different British rock titan—Mick Jagger—but the late night star did a fair approximation of John Lennon’s vocal part as he shared a mic with McCartney on “I Saw Her Standing There.” Lacking a guitar, Fallon compensated by unleashing some furious dance moves as McCartney’s guitarist Rusty Anderson tore off a blazing solo.

A 10-Year-Old Fan in Buenos Aires, Argentina (May 17, 2016)

Never shy about pulling fans onstage for a hug or occasional wedding proposal, McCartney got more than he bargained for when he invited young Leila Lacase up during a gig in Argentina. He initially had seen her handmade sign asking him to autograph her teddy bear, but once in the spotlight she revealed her true wish: playing bass with the Beatle. An instrument was retrieved and the brave 10-year-old held her own on a breakneck version of “Get Back.”

Bob Weir and Rob Gronkowski in Boston, Massachusetts (July 17, 2016)

In town for Dead and Company’s performance at Boston’s Fenway Park just a few days earlier, Weir took on rhythm guitar duties during McCartney’s encore at the historic ball field. Though possibly a coincidence, the decision to kick off with the Wings hit “Hi Hi Hi,” was an appropriate one for any Deadheads in the crowd. They followed it up with “Helter Skelter,” which gave the audience the chance to watch New England Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski aggressively rock out on air bass.

The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Pipe Band in Hamilton, Ontario (July 21, 2016)

An ode to the Scottish peninsula that’s been home to his High Park Farm retreat since the ’60s, McCartney performed the 1977 song on several occasions during the Canadian leg of his One on One tour—each time backed by a full fleet of bagpipers complete in traditional highland dress.

Neil Young at Desert Trip in Indio, California (Oct. 8, 2016)

Young and McCartney shared the bill at last year’s rock summit, so it makes sense that the old friends would take a minute to share the stage. After stepping up for a medley of “A Day in the Life” and Lennon’s anthemic “Give Peace a Chance,” they teamed up for an awesomely raucous rendition of “Why Don’t We Do It in The Road”—a stripped down White Album tune inspired by the sight of two monkeys…well, you get the idea. The pair gave a repeat performance during an additional date a week later.

Rihanna at Desert Trip in Indio, California (Oct. 15, 2016)

The One on One tour features an airing of “In Spite of All the Danger,” an original composition on a self-produced recording made by McCartney, Lennon and George Harrison (along with pianist John Lowe and drummer Colin Hanton) in 1958. Acting under the name the Quarrymen at the time, the one-of-a-kind disc is widely accepted as the first Beatle-related record in existence.



Fittingly, McCartney takes things full circle on the tour by also performing his most recent song, the 2015 Kanye West/Rihanna collaboration “Four Five Seconds.” For his second week at Desert Trip, he welcomed the “Queen of Barbados” to the stage to take her verses.

Bruce Springsteen in New York City, New York (Sept. 15, 2017)

The last time McCartney and the Boss tried to play together—in London’s Hyde Park as part of 2012’s Hard Rock Calling music festival—the police pulled the plug due to noise curfew violations as they rocked out on “Twist and Shout” and “I Saw Her Standing There,” twin tracks which bookended the Beatles’ 1963 debut album, Please Please Me. Thankfully there were no such limitations inside NYC’s Madison Square Garden, where the pair were free to let rip on “I Saw Her Standing There” not just once, but twice to make up for lost time.

lunes, 18 de septiembre de 2017

Paul McCartney Brings Beatles Hits, Humor and Humility to Madison Square Garden Show: Live Recap










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Paul McCartney Brings Beatles Hits, Humor and Humility to Madison Square Garden Show: Live Recap
by Lyndsey Havens
9/18/2017


Paul McCartney performs on stage during his "One on One" tour at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 15, 2017 in New York City.
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“You must be bored by now,” Paul McCartney said to a fan holding up a sign that read this was their 113th McCartney show. Macca's performance on Sunday night (Sept. 17) at Madison Square Garden -- the second of two nights and part of his ongoing One on One tour -- was anything but boring as the 75-year-old legend roared through his decade-spanning (and sing-along friendly) catalogue.

When McCartney stepped on stage at exactly 8:34 (there was no opening act, McCartney opts to go on when he feels the venue is sufficiently full), he gave his guitar one simple strum and struck a rock star stance -- he was ready. “Tonight,” he said, “we’re going to have some fun.” He opened with 1964's “A Hard Day’s Night” then boomeranged into “Save Us” off his 2013 solo album New. The back-to-back tracks set the tone for the variety of the three-hour long set that followed, which found balance between McCartney’s many eras, dating all the way back to his proto-Fab Four days in The Quarrymen.

"Now we’re going to take you back in time,” McCartney warned. “This goes back before the Beatles… [this was] the very first song we ever recorded." He and his band then took a trip down memory lane with the slow rockabilly love song “In Spite of All the Danger.” Elsewhere in the set -- mainly during “Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!” or “A Day in the Life” -- McCartney took the crowd on a different sort of trip, complete with psychedelic-inspired visuals that were displayed on the large monitors behind and above the stage. Both tracks came from The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year: "That's surely not possible, that's before my time!" McCartney joked.

Aside from vibrant flower-power designs (and the pyrotechnics and indoor fireworks during '70s Bond theme “Live and Let Die”), other eye-catching components of McCartney's live show featured early footage of a young McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr goofing off in the studio, on stage and in the streets. The impressive arc and longevity of McCartney’s career was most apparent when later in the set, behind-the-scenes studio footage showed him sitting with Kanye West instead. This, of course, appeared on screen as McCartney sang his 2015 collaborative hit “FourFiveSeconds” that features West and Rihanna.

Seeing Paul McCartney in concert is like listening to a rock-n’-roll history book on tape, as in between songs he often shared brief anecdotes -- like the time Jimi Hendrix asked Eric Clapton to come on stage and help tune his guitar during one of his earliest gigs (McCartney's performance of “Let Me Roll It” at the Garden ended with an instrumental jam “as a tribute to the late great” Hendrix). Or the time producer George Martin spontaneously decided that McCartney should sing the chorus of “Love Me Do” rather than Harrison, so that George could play harmonica while Paul sang. "I can still hear the fear in my voice [on the record,]" McCartney admitted. "But not tonight!" McCartney also mentioned an early encounter in a cab with Mick Jagger, and deemed any stories of a rumored bitter rivalry between the Beatles and the Stones to be “fake news.”

While McCartney's impressive performance -- never even pausing for intermission -- proved his vocals and stamina are well intact, he made sure his lighthearted humor was spotlighted as well. He engaged in a whistle battle with a concert goer, shook his butt during the sultry acoustic solo towards the end of “And I Love Her,” and later faked a stage dive. But the most impressive, and important, quality that McCartney still posseses is the ability to unite a crowd. Songs like “Blackbird,” which he delivered while elevated on a platform that stood several feet tall; “Let It Be,” which saw McCartney offer a spoken-word coda of the song's lyrics to ensure his words sunk in; and the unifying, arena-wide chant during “Hey Jude” proved how McCartney’s music and message remain forever relevant.

When he returned to the stage for his encore, McCartney strummed through “Yesterday” acoustically and alone. He was rejoined by his band for a raucous run through the Beatles classics “Day Tripper,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)" and “Helter Skelter" before the set than came to a fitting close with the Abbey Road medley of “Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End.” After the band took its final bow, huge clouds of thick smoke and red, white and blue confetti burst from the stage, and just like that, Sir Paul was gone -- but what a trip it was.





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