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      I found "Rip It Up" on YouTube. Sounded like something Paul just threw out there on his own and stumped the band. Rusty, Brian, and Wix never joined in. Just Paul and Abe playing on it. I don't know if they couldn't find the key or what. It sounded very awkward. But still a cool selection! Glad to see him go out on a limb like that.

        Great pics Jude! You've really been on the run

          Thanks everyone! Yeah this last week and last has pretty awesome on the run!!

            Great photos PaulMcCartneyFan

              love2travel:Great photos PaulMcCartneyFan

              Hahaha thanks!!

                http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7542055/rihanna-desert-trip-paul-mccartney-neil-young-festival

                "Toward the beginning of "Maybe I'm Amazed," maybe the most demanding number in his set, he struggled with a couple of notes, then rallied to deliver it with all the robust vigor it demands, as his keyboard player Wix Wickens laughed and clutched at his own throat in abject admiration."

                I noticed this before, I thought it was pretty weird, haha.

                  I've seen Wix do that too.

                    oobu24:4 5 seconds

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i224ncD-ErQ

                    And another, this one's closer. Interesting that they did the full song.

                    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=jfzZ7OysQGI

                      What a great show it must have been. Love the photos and reports.

                      Great place to be in a full moon!ð???ð??

                        oobu24:

                        Nancy R:Can you watch the videos later or do you have to watch them live on Periscope?

                        You can watch later but not a lot later. I don't think they stay available for that long.

                        No, no -- if the user puts "#save" in the titles, they stay forever. You can't see it in the actual title as a viewer, but you can click on their name and get the side menu (on a computer, don't know about phones!!) and if you see older videos from even a few days or maybe weeks ago, you know that person uses the save command and the periscopes will be there later for viewing.

                        That last periscope link posted for desert show, wef? or whatever it was, he does have a list that goes back a few days, so his will be available.

                        But yeah, if they don't do the #save the videos are only for 24 hours. Fortunately more people are learning about that coding!!!!

                          sunspark:

                          oobu24:
                          Nancy R:Can you watch the videos later or do you have to watch them live on Periscope?

                          You can watch later but not a lot later. I don't think they stay available for that long.

                          No, no -- if the user puts "#save" in the titles, they stay forever. You can't see it in the actual title as a viewer, but you can click on their name and get the side menu (on a computer, don't know about phones!!) and if you see older videos from even a few days or maybe weeks ago, you know that person uses the save command and the periscopes will be there later for viewing.

                          That last periscope link posted for desert show, wef? or whatever it was, he does have a list that goes back a few days, so his will be available.

                          But yeah, if they don't do the #save the videos are only for 24 hours. Fortunately more people are learning about that coding!!!!

                          Thanks for explaining.

                            It was so good to see Paul in the desert again. His show was wonderful, loved the choices, and it brought back fond memories of his show at Coachella Music Festival several years ago.
                            Desert Trip was a great and unique experience!

                              https://www.howardstern.com/show/2016/10/25/bon-jovi-hitfest-hear-live-performances-bad-medicine-runaway-and-more/

                              Scroll down to: Desert Trip Brings Together Multitude of Generations


                              A moment highlighting the generational potpourri, according to Ali, was during McCartney's Saturday set, when Rihanna made a surprise guest appearance to sing with Paul on their collaborative hit, "FourFiveSeconds." Half the audience reportedly cheered in recognition, while the other half may not have been Rihanna's target demographic.

                              https://youtu.be/jfzZ7OysQGI

                                Jude, during which concert did you get to go onstage?

                                -Rubber Soul13

                                  Rubber Soul13:Jude, during which concert did you get to go onstage?
                                  -Rubber Soul13

                                  I'm not Jude, but it was Fresno in April. I was there.

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