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Paul McCartney - Let's Have A Party - Live At The Cavern Club, Liverpool, December 14th, 1999 FLAC album


Performer: Paul McCartney
Genre: Rock
Title: Let's Have A Party - Live At The Cavern Club, Liverpool, December 14th, 1999
Country: UK
Released: 2000
FLAC version ZIP size: 1597 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1701 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1108 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 224
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Sir Paul McCartney had announced an appearance at Liverpool's world-famous Cavern Club on the Parkinson television show on 3 December 1999. It was McCartney's first appearance at the Cavern since The Beatles' final show there on 3 August 1963. I am going back for just one night as a nod to the music that has always and will ever thrill me. I can't think of a better way to rock out the end of the century than with a rock 'n' roll party at the. Paul McCartney Parkinson. McCartney was promoting his Run Devil Run album of mostly golden oldies, which had been released in October 1999. His company, MPL Communications, arranged for the Cavern Club to stage the event and arrange for it to be filmed. However, the Cavern wasn't the first choice.

Paul McCartney – Party Live at the Cavern Club, December 14. :57. Paul McCartney – Twenty Flight Rock (Rehearsal). Paul McCartney – SBD Liverpool, December 14, 1999. Paul McCartney – Twenty Flight Rock (Eddie Cochran), 1988. Paul McCartney – Lonesome Town Live at the Cavern Club. :04. Paul McCartney – Twenty Flight Rock.

19. Let's Have A Party. 21. BBC TV News After The Show. Companies, etc. Recorded At – Cavern Club. BBC Radio 2 and BBC ONE were the first broadcasters in the world to air Paul McCartney’s historic concert from The Cavern Club in Liverpool on 14 December 1999. This bootleg is the recording of the complete BBC 2 radio broadcast. Other Versions (5 of 6) View All. Cat. Live At The Cavern Club! ‎ (CDr, Unofficial, Liv).

The Cavern Club at 10 Mathew Street, in Liverpool was the venue where the Beatles' (formerly known as the Quarrymen) UK popularity started. John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Pete Best were first seen by Brian Epstein at the club. Epstein eventually became their manager, going on to secure them a record contract. Best was replaced by Ringo Starr on 16 August 1962, which upset many Beatles fans. After taunts of, "Pete forever, Ringo never!", one agitated fan headbutted Harrison in the club.

Standing There 38:1913 Party 42:20The Band:Bass Guitar – Paul McCartneyDrums – Ian PaiceElectric Guitar – David Gilmour, Mick GreenKeyboards – Pete WingfieldLead Vocals – Paul McCartneyOn 14th December 1999, 300 people squeezed into The Cavern Club in Liverpool to watch Paul perform at the legendary venue for the first time since The Beatles made it famous in 1963. Joining Paul on stage were Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Deep Purple drummer Ian Paice, the legendary Mick Green and Pete Wingfield.

Paul McCartney, David Gilmour and Ian Paice playing at the Cavern Club in 1999. Paul McCartney returns to legendary Cavern Club for surprise gig. 2018-07-26. It is an iconic venue which kick-started the rise of The Beatles' popularity in the UK and led to their fateful meeting with manager Brian Epstein. Paul McCartney - 1999 Live Concert at the Cavern Club. Paul McCartney - I Saw Her Standing There - Live at the Cavern Club - 1999 -. 2015-01-29. Paul McCartney - Live at the Cavern - Part 2/5 (HQ). Paul McCartney - Party live at the cavern club 2001. Desde 1963 que Paul McCartney no se presentaba en vivo en ese The Cavern hasta este concierto en 1999. En el lugar habían 300 personas y lo siguieron. Paul McCartney - Honey hush (PETA Concert, 1999).

Media captionSir Paul McCartney played a lunchtime gig, as The Beatles often did at the original Cavern. More than six decades have passed since Sir Paul McCartney first performed at the Cavern Club, but the Beatles legend returned to roll back the years at a "secret" gig there on Thursday. The set list ranged from classics he performed when the Beatles started out at the Liverpool venue in the early 1960s to songs from his new solo album. Coming back here is pretty amazing for me," the 76-year-old told the crowd. He skirted over the fact that the original Cavern was filled with rubble in 1973 and the venue for Thursday's show was a more modern live room attached to a replica Cavern that was built nearby.

Tracklist

Intro
Honey Hush
Blue Jean Bop
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Fabulous
What It Is
Lonesome Town
Twenty Flight Rock
No Other Baby
Shake A Hand
Try Not To Cry
All Shook Up
I Saw Her Standing There
Party
Honey Hush
No Other Baby
Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Party (With Jools Holland On Piano)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
STR 021 Paul McCartney Let's Have A Party - Live At The Cavern Club, Liverpool, December 14th, 1999 ‎(CD, Unofficial, Liv) Strawberry Records STR 021 UK 2000
PCS 7298 Paul McCartney Get Back To Cavern ‎(CD, Unofficial) Quarter Apple PCS 7298 Japan 2000
US13 Paul McCartney Sir Paul At Cavern Club ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Ultimate Sound US13 UK 2000
PMCC 991214 Paul McCartney The Cavern Club Concert ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Paul McCartney) PMCC 991214 US 2000
none Paul McCartney Live At The Cavern Club! ‎(CDr, Unofficial, Liv) Not On Label none UK & Europe 2001
YC 069 Paul McCartney Rock Devil Rock Volume 2 ‎(CD, Unofficial) Yellow Cat Records YC 069 Unknown
none Paul McCartney The Cavern Gig ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Billy Bootleg none Unknown
Wymefw
Dears,Does the last songs from 14 to 23 is Paul McCartney live audience, or is just Beatles studio versionThanks in advance for your answerBest RegardsStéphane Unterkircher

Iriar
Dears,Does the last songs from 14 to 23 is Paul McCartney live audience, or is just Beatles studio versionThanks in advance for your answerBest RegardsStéphane Unterkircher