Paul McCartney and Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard joined forces during McCartney’s headline slot at Lollapalooza on Friday, July 31, 2015.
Rolling Stone reports that McCartney’s mammoth 32-song set at Chicago’s Chicago’s Grant Park spanned his entire discography, from early Beatles hits like “Can’t Buy Me Love” and “And I Love Her” to “Queenie Eye” from his 2013 solo LP New.
The concert was McCartney’s last scheduled gig of 2015.
McCartney invited Howard on stage during the encore to join him on “Get Back”.
Paul McCartney’s Lollapalooza set list:
Magical Mystery Tour
Got to Get You into My Life
Let Me Roll It
Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five
Maybe I’m Amazed
I’ve Just Seen a Face
We Can Work It Out
And I Love Her
Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!
Band on the Run
Back in the U.S.S.R.
Let It Be
Live and Let Die
Hi, Hi, Hi
Can’t Buy Me Love
Carry That Weight
Meanwhile, Paul McCartney has announced details of two new reissues from his Archive Collection.
He releases Tug Of War and Pipes Of Peace on October 2, 2015.
Both albums will come with additional material, including previously unreleased tracks and never before seen video.
Both albums can be pre-ordered now from McCartney’s website.
Tug Of War will be issued as a 2-CD Special Edition comprised of the 2015 remix of the entire album, plus a second disc of bonus audio featuring eight previously unreleased demos of both album tracks and outtakes “Stop, You Don’t Know Where She Came From” and “Something That Didn’t Happen,” as well as demo and solo versions of “Ebony and Ivory” and more.
The Tug Of War 3-CD/1-DVD Deluxe Edition adds the original 1982 album mix and a DVD featuring original music videos for the album’s singles and the brand new 18-minute documentary “Fly TIA — Behind The Scenes on Take It Away” featuring previously unseen archival footage.
The Tug Of War Deluxe Edition will include a 112-page essay book and 64-page scrapbook, while the strictly limited run of 1000 Super Deluxe sets will arrive in a limited edition acrylic slipcase with five hand numbered prints of images from the Linda McCartney archive.
The Pipes of Peace 2-CD Special Edition is made up of the original album plus a 9-track bonus disc with such exclusive gems as a 2015 remix of “Say Say Say” by Spike Stent, unearthed demos of three album tracks and outtakes “It’s Not On” and “Simple As That”, the previously unreleased “Christian Bop” and more.
The 2-CD/1-DVD Pipes of Peace Deluxe Edition features a bonus video disc comprised of the original promo clips for all three of the album’s singles, plus previously unreleased clips from Paul’s film archives.
The Deluxe configuration will also include a 112-page essay book and 64-page book that goes behind the scenes on the “Pipes Of Peace” title track video shoot.
Both albums and their companion bonus audio discs will also be released as 2-LP 180-gram audiophile vinyl editions complete with gatefold sleeves and download cards. The newly remixed and mastered Tug Of War and remastered Pipes Pf Peace will also receive standard and Hi Res digital releases, as well deluxe digital and Hi Res releases featuring all bonus audio.
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