Thursday, 18 June 2015

Happy birthday, Paul

Dance 'Til We're High


Don't Get Around Much Anymore (live)

Figure of Eight

Get Out of My Way

Celebration (soundcheck)

Friday, 12 June 2015

Paul McCartney Live Concert Amsterdam Ziggo Dome 2015

Full concert.

Eight Days a Week
Save Us
Another Girl
Listen to What the Man Said
Temporary Secretary
Let Me Roll It / "Foxy Lady" outro
Paperback Writer
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
The Long and Winding Road
Maybe I'm Amazed
I've Just Seen a Face
We Can Work It Out
Another Day
Hope for the Future
And I Love Her
Give Peace a Chance
Here Today
Queenie Eye
Lady Madonna
All Together Now
Lovely Rita
Eleanor Rigby
Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da
Band on the Run
Back in the U.S.S.R.
Let It Be
Live and Let Die
Hey Jude

Encore I

Can't Buy Me Love
Hi, Hi, Hi
I Saw Her Standing There

Encore II
Helter Skelter
Golden Slumbers
Carry That Weight
The End

Made for all the Fans!!

Monday, 8 June 2015

The John Lennon Sketchbook

Created six years after John Lennon’s assassination in 1980, Yoko Ono and Oscar-winning animator and historian John Canemaker’s cartoon short John Lennon Sketchbook finally appeared on YouTube May 18, 2015. Executive produced by Ono and designed, directed, and animated by Canemaker, it is a poignant peek into the fertile mind of a Beatle whose prodigious talents extended well past creating immortal music.
“It was created from original drawings by John Lennon and a soundtrack that I also edited together, consisting of snatches of conversation between John and Yoko and song excerpts,” Canemaker told Cartoon Brew. “It is the first time a large general public has seen it (on YouTube).”

The short first came to life in 1985, after Canemaker visited Hiroshima for Japan’s first International Animated Film Festival and serendipitously found himself with an interpreter named Yoko Ninomiya (no relation to Ono), according to a 1987 How magazine explainer. After engaging in small talk about Yoko Ono, Ninomiya contacted Ono, and Canemaker received a scant few months later a holiday card from Lennon’s widow, marking the beginning of their collaboration.

Lennon was an “inveterate doodler” with “genuine ability as a graphic artist,” Canemaker explained in How. “His landscapes are as strange as George Herriman’s. Taken as a whole, Lennon’s drawings are another valid aspect of his creativity—a visual one, as biographical, imaginative and individualistic as his music.”

Choosing around 75 sketches as well as samples of songs and conversations from John and Yoko’s catalogues and interviews — including the epochal “Imagine,” the pragmatic “Whatever Gets You Through the Night,” and even a Lennon conversation about Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. that anticipated his own murder — Canemaker set about transforming the late, great Beatle’s personal artistry into a public film. John Lennon Sketchbook’s officially premiered arrived during a 1986 retrospective of Canemaker’s work in Syracuse, New York, before moving to parts outward and even back to Hiroshima, “where this story began,” Canemaker mused in How.

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Paul: Temporary Secretary multi-angles

From the song's debut performance in London, several fan made cam recordings are combined to create a multi-cam version of the song. The soundtrack is from the best of these recordings.

Wednesday, 3 June 2015