Paul stills sounds damn good ! Perhaps I'll be allowed to take up for him here, on his official site? Every now and then he might sound too tired and wavering, but certainly not on all, or most. I noticed his "Blackbird" was kind of weak at his Grand Central Station mini concert showcase. He'd been overdoing it while not resting his voice adequately before that pop up surprise show. This is still Paul freaking McCartney, a former BEATLE ! and his solo stuff is also fantastic. I got pissed at Entertainment Weekly for giving Egypt Station only a B plus...they'd raved about ES on that review before suddenly stating they don't know if any ES songs will enter the pantheon of his Beatles classics. And they gave Roger More or whatever his name is, Roger Miller of "Dang Me" and "Ahab the A Rab" and "King of the Road" hick novelty tunes fame an A minus, on the same page ! (Sullen, resentful pout) In his "early days" or earlier days, McCartney boasted one of the top five or so male songbird voices in popular music. Or top three ! For many years. And he still sounds good enough to record and go out on his massive tours, or he wouldn't do it. I noticed those songs I heard even on videos at his recent Montreal massive gig, were all a right treat. Ear candy. And the gigantic ginourmous crowd went wild ! This is a fervent plea for the Mackster to issue a new album soon, another one, of his "left over" Egypt Station session songs...to strike while the iron is hot (cliche, sorry), as so many are dying to hear still more from those fantastic ES sessions~an embarrassment of riches. To capitalize on the ES album's fantastic number one success. Several "new young" fans at the Take It Away facebook page were just now raving over Macca, and two of them stated his "Coming Home" song from the Robert de Niro movie soundtrack were what got them in to Macca music. That's great. He seems to especially prize his very youngest fans. And I must say, this site, Paul's very own personal place on the Web can use more of that feel good appreciative fan spirit that's exhibited at Rob and Chris's Net "room."