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Good Evening New York City by Paul McCartney

Album

Good Evening New York City

Paul McCartney

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Album

Good Evening New York City

Paul McCartney

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Label: Hear Music
While there is no shortage of Paul McCartney live albums, this one, a 2009 concert commemorating the Beatles' Shea Stadium gig, is more energized than most. Part of that is due to Paul's young band, which marries old world skill with spiky indie-rock energy. But it also has to do with Macca's creative rebirth in the 2000s. The upbeat numbers, like the Beatles' "I've Got a Feeling," often work better because the ballads, including a still-powerful "Let It Be," reveal Paul's tattering vocal chords, which struggle to hit the soaring notes of his youth.

About This Album

While there is no shortage of Paul McCartney live albums, this one, a 2009 concert commemorating the Beatles' Shea Stadium gig, is more energized than most. Part of that is due to Paul's young band, which marries old world skill with spiky indie-rock energy. But it also has to do with Macca's creative rebirth in the 2000s. The upbeat numbers, like the Beatles' "I've Got a Feeling," often work better because the ballads, including a still-powerful "Let It Be," reveal Paul's tattering vocal chords, which struggle to hit the soaring notes of his youth.

Songs

Disc 1

Disc 2

About This Album

While there is no shortage of Paul McCartney live albums, this one, a 2009 concert commemorating the Beatles' Shea Stadium gig, is more energized than most. Part of that is due to Paul's young band, which marries old world skill with spiky indie-rock energy. But it also has to do with Macca's creative rebirth in the 2000s. The upbeat numbers, like the Beatles' "I've Got a Feeling," often work better because the ballads, including a still-powerful "Let It Be," reveal Paul's tattering vocal chords, which struggle to hit the soaring notes of his youth.