@b-j-conlee said in Paul McCartney- New Album for 2023:
As I mentioned on one of my recent posts...a few of my favorite Solo Macca songs and performances ever were:
Arrow Through Me
No Other Baby
A few others would be:
I Don't Know ( See the Soundcheck performance in Glasgow) on YouTube. Always thought this was one of Paul's best Solo songs ever. Just never understood why it was never on the actual Setlist on his last tour in favor of a crap song like Fuh You from the same album.
I Want to Come Home - from the Everybody's Fine Soundtrack. Just love this song
Vanilla Sky- I saw Paul perform this song live a of couple of times In Concert in Philadelphia. In hearing the Soundtrack version, I couldn't believe how much better the song sounded. This was one of these cases where the excellent and not overprodproduction"was so much better than Paul's Live version
Sing the Changes- This was just the opposite than Vanilla Sky. Here the Live version on the Good Evening New York City Album sounded even better than the studio Electric Arguments Studio version.
Bluebird - Live version on Rockshow and Wings Over America. This song on Band on the Run never quite gets the love it deserves and this "live" version is even better.
Why So Blue - Great extra track on the Deluxe Edition of Memory Almost Full.
Dominoes- Again one of Paul's Best Solo Songs ever
Should be better known and never on a Paul McCartney Setlist .
Arrow Through Me... Along with Goodnight Tonight, Daytime Nighttime Suffering, Baby's Request... a very underrated period of Paul's brilliance... And I've said it for years... So Glad to See You Here... so good, it could be the opening track to any world tour.... Underrated brilliance.
Vanilla Sky reminds me of a slowed down version of Biker Like An Icon.