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Will there be an official video of the One on One Tour

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Last post 07/11/2017

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      I saw some tv broadcasts of the Out There tour that were great. Will there be any official pro-shot video releases of the One on One Tour?

        txc500:I saw some tv broadcasts of the Out There tour that were great. Will there be any official pro-shot video releases of the One on One Tour?

        It's possible. I believe the last "official" video release of a tour was back in 2009.

          Wouldnt count on it. The publishing policy from MPL has been very weird lately. Actually the whole time.

            When Paul first launched into I Saw Her Standing there a second time with Bruce I thought it was a joke...but that they performed the whole thing got me thinking they were trying to get two takes for a possible DVD.

            Would be cool to see a follow up to Good Evening NYC with a compilation of the NYC area shows in September.

              I'm still baffled he didn't release Tokyo '13 - easily my favorite filmed show (taking into account direction, sound, setlist, production, etc.) of his '02-present tours.

                tommycharles:I'm still baffled he didn't release Tokyo '13 - easily my favorite filmed show (taking into account direction, sound, setlist, production, etc.) of his '02-present tours.

                it's a shame. Best his voice has sounded in years as well.

                  FlowersOnTheRun:

                  tommycharles:I'm still baffled he didn't release Tokyo '13 - easily my favorite filmed show (taking into account direction, sound, setlist, production, etc.) of his '02-present tours.

                  it's a shame. Best his voice has sounded in years as well.

                  Indeed. There's a "woah-oh-oh" toward the end of Eight Days a Week which could have been from '02/3, or '76.

                    tommycharles:I'm still baffled he didn't release Tokyo '13 - easily my favorite filmed show (taking into account direction, sound, setlist, production, etc.) of his '02-present tours.

                    I still like The Space Within US from the US Tour. There's 4 songs from the 2013 Tokyo Dome concerts on the deluxe edition of New. Agree this should have been an official live release. Some of the One-On-One Concerts should be considered for a live album/DVD. Like Desert Trip for example, or the upcoming return to Australia!

                      crazy4beatles:When Paul first launched into I Saw Her Standing there a second time with Bruce I thought it was a joke...but that they performed the whole thing got me thinking they were trying to get two takes for a possible DVD.

                      Would be cool to see a follow up to Good Evening NYC with a compilation of the NYC area shows in September.

                      That would be a good one too!

                        You KNOW a new DVD release will have to have his paid dancing Brasilian model, right?

                          beatlesfanrandy:

                          tommycharles:I'm still baffled he didn't release Tokyo '13 - easily my favorite filmed show (taking into account direction, sound, setlist, production, etc.) of his '02-present tours.

                          I still like The Space Within US from the US Tour.

                          The concert footage from Space Within US is very good - Paul and band playing/looking/sounding great. The stage that tour came across very well on video, as well.

                          The rest of the film I find pretty dire, though. Having done all the "on the road" scenes in Back in the U.S., they just filled the Space Within US with random celebs talking about Paul, which is both boring and off-putting. The two Mark Haefeli projects sound fantastic, and the concert footage is pretty good, but the rest of it I can do without.

                            tommycharles:The rest of the film I find pretty dire, though. Having done all the "on the road" scenes in Back in the U.S., they just filled the Space Within US with random celebs talking about Paul, which is both boring and off-putting. The two Mark Haefeli projects sound fantastic, and the concert footage is pretty good, but the rest of it I can do without.

                            This is why I no longer buy concert DVDs.