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I wanted to share with you all my review of Paul McCartney’s “Good Evening New York City” live concert CD/DVD release. You may or may not know this was released last month. For a Beatles fanatic this is an obvious pickup and I highly recommend it. This is an amazing testament to Macca's ability to not age vocally. The production is just right and the mix allows this to sound like fans expect it to. With more than half of this two hour plus bonanza composed of spirited versions of Beatles songs, the contagious party vibe of the show makes it very difficult to not sing along. Has anyone else picked this gem up? http://paulmccartney.com/goodeveningnewyorkcity/
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Yea, I grabbed it at Starbucks. Nothing new really. The DVD killed me when they spliced in the old footage of I'm Down with the new footage. I've seen the Shea Stadium version 10,000 times...I bought the DVD to see 2009 Paul play it. And I'm sorry but he needs to take I've Got a Feeling out of the setlist. He just can't pull it off anymore. None of the energy on the original recording is there. None.

Other than that, worth my 16 bucks.
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Yea, I grabbed it at Starbucks. Nothing new really. The DVD killed me when they spliced in the old footage of I'm Down with the new footage. I've seen the Shea Stadium version 10,000 times...I bought the DVD to see 2009 Paul play it. And I'm sorry but he needs to take I've Got a Feeling out of the setlist. He just can't pull it off anymore. None of the energy on the original recording is there. None.

Other than that, worth my 16 bucks.


I think "I've Got a Feeling" might be my favorite track off of this. And it was probably my favorite song when I saw him perform it in Atlanta this summer. I love the new ending where he jams away on it.

I'd say I disagree.
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