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Old 05-19-2013, 03:42 AM
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Paul McCartney -- Orlando, FL -- May 18th, 2013

OUT THERE TOUR 2013 (USA opening show)
Amway Center
Orlando, Florida USA


As a long time concert veteran, I've seen hundreds of concerts throughout my life, thousands of different bands, and after this concert, it would be hard pressed to top it. For 2 hours, 45 minutes, Paul McCartney gave 110% to a sold out crowd of 18,000. Bands that only play hour sets, need to take notice....

This stage set up one of the most impressive I have ever seen. The sound was crystal clear, high def screens and graphics had everything in your face. During "Live & Let Die", the fire balls, explosions, lasers would make KISS or Metallica jealous. I was on the floor and still felt the heat. Does Paul play heavy metal? In a technical sense, NO, but after hearing "Helter Skelter" live with a 3 guitar attack, YES!! It was blistering.

His solo acoustic guitar performance of "Here Today" was dedicated to John Lennon. He brought out a ukulele for "Something" for dedication to George Harrison. It started solo before rest of the band joined in. At the end of "Let Me Roll It", the band segued into Jimi Hendrix's Foxey Lady. The show closer "Hey Jude" had the sold out crowd singing along....



Eight days a week
Juniors farm
All my loving
Listen to what the man said
Let me roll it (with Foxey Lady ending)
Paperback writer
My valentine
Nineteen Hundred & Eighty Five
The long & winding road
Maybe I'm amazed
Hope of deliverance
We can work it out
Another day
And I love her
Blackbird
Here today (dedicated to John Lennon)
Your mother should know
Lady Madonna
All together now
Mrs. Vanderbilt
Eleanor rigby
Being for the benefit of mr. Kite
Something (dedicated to George Harrison)
Ob-La-di, ob la da
Hi, Hi, Hi
Band on the run
Back in the USSR
Let it be
Live & let die
Hey Jude
ENCORE 1 -
Day tripper
Lovely Rita
Get Back
ENCORE 2 -
Yesterday
Helter skelter
Golden slumbers / carry That Weight / The End
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Old 05-19-2013, 04:33 AM
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Fuck, Let Me Roll It had me brimming with excitement when I saw him.
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Old 05-19-2013, 06:07 AM
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OUT THERE TOUR 2013 (USA opening show)
Amway Center
Orlando, Florida USA


As a long time concert veteran, I've seen hundreds of concerts throughout my life, thousands of different bands, and after this concert, it would be hard pressed to top it. For 2 hours, 45 minutes, Paul McCartney gave 110% to a sold out crowd of 18,000. Bands that only play hour sets, need to take notice....

This stage set up one of the most impressive I have ever seen. The sound was crystal clear, high def screens and graphics had everything in your face. During "Live & Let Die", the fire balls, explosions, lasers would make KISS or Metallica jealous. I was on the floor and still felt the heat. Does Paul play heavy metal? In a technical sense, NO, but after hearing "Helter Skelter" live with a 3 guitar attack, YES!! It was blistering.

His solo acoustic guitar performance of "Here Today" was dedicated to John Lennon. He brought out a ukulele for "Something" for dedication to George Harrison. It started solo before rest of the band joined in. At the end of "Let Me Roll It", the band segued into Jimi Hendrix's Foxey Lady. The show closer "Hey Jude" had the sold out crowd singing along....



Eight days a week
Juniors farm
All my loving
Listen to what the man said
Let me roll it (with Foxey Lady ending)
Paperback writer
My valentine
Nineteen Hundred & Eighty Five
The long & winding road
Maybe I'm amazed
Hope of deliverance
We can work it out
Another day
And I love her
Blackbird
Here today (dedicated to John Lennon)
Your mother should know
Lady Madonna
All together now
Mrs. Vanderbilt
Eleanor rigby
Being for the benefit of mr. Kite
Something (dedicated to George Harrison)
Ob-La-di, ob la da
Hi, Hi, Hi
Band on the run
Back in the USSR
Let it be
Live & let die
Hey Jude
ENCORE 1 -
Day tripper
Lovely Rita
Get Back
ENCORE 2 -
Yesterday
Helter skelter
Golden slumbers / carry That Weight / The End
Paul is always doing killer sets like these, never have I seen set by him where I would not do anything to see it.I hope to see him one day, but prices are high and I'm broke so.
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I would love to see this but I think ticket prices would be way out of my budget.
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