Paul McCartney – Colosseum. Label: Piccadilly Circus – PCCD 08. Format: 2 CD, Album, Unofficial Release. I Saw Her Standing There. Live at the Rome Colosseum May 10, 2003.
Written by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney. 23. Let It Be. Written by Lennon - McCartney.
By Paul McCartney, Unofficial live, Part of the collection Paul McCartney solo work by Piccadilly Circus. It is believed that the use of low-resolution images of such covers qualifies as fair use. Timeline See what happened in 2003. Publisher: Piccadilly Circus.
Paul McCartney concerto live 10-11 Maggio Colosseo Roma 2003 special LA7 italian TV. Second part!! - I've just seen a face at 02:16 - Blackbird at 04:38 - Bob. Paul McCartney Live Inside Colosseum, Rome, Italy (Saturday 10th May 2003). 01 - I've Just Seen a Face (01:02) 02 - Blackbird (03:10). Paul McCartney - I've just seen a face (Acoustic) Live inside the Coliseum, Rome, Italy in front of 400 people May 10, 2003.
Paul McCartney - Colosseum (Disc 2). . Scan submitted/created b. An intimate show for 300 guests which served as a prelude to the massive free outdoor show the following night. As a result we get nice little things like an acoustic guitar solo on YOUR LOVING FLAME. We understand this is the first time there's has been a band in the Colosseum, since The Christians.
Sir Paul McCartney played an historic concert to just 400 people inside the Colosseum in Rome on Saturday (May 10). The event - one of the first live shows to be played at the venue - was held as a warm-up for the huge free concert that was hosted by Macca outside the 2,000-year-old ruin yesterday. Tickets for the event were sold for up to 1,295 Euros (£925) via internet auction, with proceeds going towards landmine charity Adopt-A-Minefield and the upkeep of Rome's historic sites.
The largely acoustic 100-minute show included many of the Beatles best-known hits and the band became the first ever to play at the 2000-year-old venue in Rome, Italy on May 10th, 2003. Download premium images you can't get anywhere else.
Paul McCartney will forever live in the shadow of the Beatles - every rock band lives in their shadow - yet he has still managed to amass a solid body of work over the years. His 1970 self-titled debut has all the scrappy charm he originally envisioned for Let It Be; its follow-up, Ram, matches its pastoral feel with orchestral grandeur, and the frothy masterpiece Band on the Run is the mirror image of Lennon's confessional masterpiece Plastic Ono Band, both of which are definitive '70s albums. Paul is joined by a virtuoso group of musicians led by Diana Krall on the piano in these sparkling renditions of classic songs from the American songbook and the wonderful new song My Valentine.
|1-1||I've Just Seen A Face|
|1-2||Midnight Special (Prisoner's Song)|
|1-3||Things We Said Today|
|1-5||All Things Must Pass|
|1-6||Your Loving Flame|
|1-7||All My Loving|
|1-10||We Can Work It Out|
|1-11||You Never Give Me Your Money/Carry That Weight|
|1-12||The Fool On The Hill|
|2-3||Here, There And Everywhere|
|2-5||Two Of Us|
|2-7||Can't Buy Me Love|
|2-9||Let It Be|
|2-13||I Saw Her Standing There|