Paul McCartney Premiered Set of Beatles' Rarities in Brazil

artist: paul mccartney date: 05/07/2013 category: general music news
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Paul McCartney Premiered Set of Beatles' Rarities in Brazil
As NME reports, Paul McCartney's most recent concert in Brazil has featured a set comprised of rarely performed the Beatles' tracks. The singer played "Your Mother Should Know," "Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite!," "Lovely Rita" and "All Together Now" for the first time ever at the show in Belo Horizone on Saturday May 4th.

McCartney also opened his set with "Eight Days A Week," a song that was only previously played once by the Beatles in 1965. "We Can Work It Out," another rarity, was also included, while Wings tracks "Listen to What the Man Said" and "Hi Hi Hi" also made it into his solo setlist for the first time.

01. Eight Days A Week 02. Junior's Farm 03. All My Loving 04. Listen to What the Man Said 05. Let Me Roll It 06. Paperback Writer 07. My Valentine 08. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five 09. The Long and Winding Road 10. Maybe I'm Amazed 11. Hope of Deliverance 12. We Can Work It Out 13. Another Day 14. And I Love Her 15. Blackbird 16. Here Today 17. Your Mother Should Know 18. Lady Madonna 19. All Together Now 20. Mrs. Vanderbilt 21. Eleanor Rigby 22. Being for the Benefit of Mr Kite! 23. Something 24. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da 25. Band on the Run 26. Let It Be 27. Live and Let Die 28. Hey Jude 29. Day Tripper 30. Lovely Rita 31. Get Back 32. Yesterday 33. Helter Skelter 34. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End

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