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Boosted by the flawless guitar duo of David Gilmour and Mick Green, McCartney starts out unevenly (his vocals on "Lonesome Town" are undeniably strained), but the show steadily improves, and the Mac original "Try Not to Cry" qualifies as a bona fide highlight, proving that McCartney can hold his own in any rock-historical context. And while the 45-minute set is regrettably brief, this video includes a McCartney interview that combines illuminating history with latter-day perspective. --Jeff Shannon
I purchased this DVD back in 2001 and played the hell out of it then. I just came across it again recently and was glad I did. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bill
New music, vintage Beatle music, and good clean interviewing with other surprises.
It parallels Pauls album called RUN DEVIL RUN.
Good thing David Gilmour talked into playing! otherwise we might not have seen Paul again. Great show!! great song selection. Worth owning, Glad to have in my collection.Published 23 months ago by Tom Redfern
For those of us brought up on Beatles music, seeing McCartney at the rebuilt Cavern is a thrill. His appearance coincided with the Run Devil Run album, and the music is the... Read morePublished on May 28, 2011 by Susan Zimmermann
There's no sentiment that I can write here that hasn't been written already by other reviewers. This is an amazing concert. How can you go wrong with such an incredible band? Read morePublished on November 29, 2010 by Mira
Sadly, one of the greatest British electric guitarist ever passed away recently after five decades of showing everyone what rock'n'roll is really all about. Read morePublished on October 31, 2010 by Philip S. Walker
Is really exciting to see McCartney live with a really basic band configuration! But don't get me wrong, the band is great, with David Gilmour and Ian Paice in the back! Read morePublished on March 26, 2008 by Luberth A. Morera Cascante