Paul Is Live is a live album by Paul McCartney, released in 1993 during his New World Tour in support of the album Off the Ground. The album cover is based on that of Beatles' 1969 album Abbey Road and contains multiple references to the "Paul is dead" conspiracy theory. The album's title is a response to the "Paul is dead" rumours after the 1969 release of the Beatles' last studio album, Abbey Road.
Paul McCartney's "Off the Ground" tour features the album tracks, solo work, as well as several Beatle-era classics. Australia, New Zealand and France during 1993's New World Tour, "Paul Is Live" finds Paul McCartney-aka The Big Macca and, as we used to call him when The Beatles first invaded America, "The Cute One"-in high spirits, looking well and healthy and pushing his latest album, "Off the Ground. Here, he is backed by the band that he had formed in 1989: wife Linda on keyboards and vocals; Hamish Stuart on bass, guitar and vocals; Robbie McIntosh on lead guitar and vocals; Paul Wickens on keyboards and vocals; and Blair Cunningham on drums
Paul Is Live is a live album by Paul McCartney, released in 1993 during his New World Tour in support of the album Off the Ground. Its cover is often used as a counter-argument to the Paul is dead conspiracy theory. Full Cast & Crew.
Recorded live during Paul McCartney's 1993 world tour, following the release of his album ^Off the Ground, this live video captures Sir Paul and his band on-stage, performing highlights from his solo career as well as his days with the Beatles.
April 08, 1994 at 04:00 AM EDT. Call it foreshadowing, or maybe just careful planning, but the Cute Beatle could have been using his last tour as a warm-up for a reunion with the Quiet One, the Funny One, and-through the miracle of audiotape-the Smart One. On this 84-minute program, Paul is Live: In Concert on the New World, patched together from a number of 1993 concerts, Paul McCartney sings more Beatles tunes (from the opener, Drive My Car, to the closer, Hey Jude ) than songs from all the later phases of his career combined.
|1||Drive My Car|
|2||Let Me Roll It|
|3||Looking For Changes|
|4||Peace In The Neighbourhood|
|5||All My Loving|
|6||Good Rockin' Tonight|
|7||We Can Work It Out|
|8||Hope Of Deliverance|
|10||Biker Like An Icon|
|11||Here, There And Everywhere|
|12||Magical Mystery Tour|
|17||Live And Let Die|
|19||Let It Be|
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