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Paul McCartney - Live at the Cavern Club [VHS]
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
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At any rate, it's a minor complaint. An even slightly off pitch Paul is better than 90 percent of vocalists in the world. The playing is remarkably refreshing. The drummer, Ian (can't remember his last name) shines thoughout, and Dave Gilmour plays a pretty mean rockabilly guitar.
so, the songs: 13 songs, 64 minute concert, NOT SO!!!!
the concert is 39 minutes, all those old 2:50 songs,
as Townsend puts it, so the after interview w/ paul,
yes, is 24 minutes and has some ok video footage, recollections from the concert songs, but not other stuff.
it's a 39 minute concert, w/ some footage at end.
Paul does manage revive a little bit of the old magic on Elvis's "All Shook Up" and "I Saw Her Standing There". If a few above average tracks are worth your hard earn cash, then be my guest and purchase (but I advise going used sellers to soften the disappointment).
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