That’s right, we’ve got a Paul McCartney twofer for you. Like the Beatles? Like Sir Paul? Who doesn’t? I mean, honestly, even when he was messing around with Wings, there was still some fun stuff in there. So give him a break why don’tcha?
First up, The McCartney Years. What is it? A massive array of video goodness. Two discs full of music videos and commentaries by the man himself, plus plenty of bonuses. Then there’s a third disc in there with three live performances, including his 1991 Unplugged set. Among the other bonus bits are his “Let It Be” from Live Aid, interviews, and a docu “Creating Chaos at Abbey Road.” Nice.
Second up, his 21st studio album: Memory Almost Full. A title I think we can all relate to. But because we’re not cheap bastards we’ve got the deluxe CD/DVD version to give away. Here’s what they tell us:
The CD/DVD Deluxe Edition features three bonus audio tracks on the CD: “In Private,” “Why So Blue,” and “222.” In addition, the package includes a DVD that features never-before-released footage from McCartneyâ€™s “secret show” at the Electric Ballroom in London in June, 2007. The video portion of the package includes live performances of material from Memory Almost Full including “Dance Tonight,” “Nod Your Head,” “House of Wax” and “Only Mama Knows,” as well as a live performance of “Drive My Car.”
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