The list above does not include San Francisco Bay, which Paul played in it's entirety.
please note, this is just the standard setlist he uses this tour, please feel free to add and subtract the right songs
Paul in the soundcheck of yesterday played 4 times a song of the Fireman "Sun Is Shining" (he never plays this song in live !!!) and often when Paul do this he plays in the follow concert...
Do you know if Paul have played this song in live ???
Paul was in great form as waves of pot smoke crawled over the heads of the fans on the field at AT&T Park last night. The crowd in my general area were duds...it was like watching statues....nothing happened. I think the 30 somethings who can afford to buy tickets on the field and then just stand and stare are either horribly oppressed or so stoned they don't know how to groove, I'm back to the cheap seats where the party rocks and rolls! It was really a bringdown to be sitting around all those clones.
It sure sucked being in Berkeley only 13 miles away.Thanks to you and this site for info,it helps.Thought about going and listening from outside with my girlfriend and some China Town take out but oh well.Mabey next time oh,there won't be a next time so feel lucky!!!
Yeah, the people in my area asked me to sit down because they couldn't see. What's the point of going to a concert of a legend and sitting down the whole time?!? It's not an opera!
Yeah I agree. I was waving my arms and singing to every song but alot of people just stood still and didn't yell much. Lol one girl was in a tutu, tights, and a leotard and although that's weird apparel, at least she was dancing and singing unlike the stagnant adults. Ps I'm 14
After "Let Me Roll It," I was remembering in a different context (Hou '75+/-), he grabs a psychedelic painted guitar and starts wailing away! Here is this 68 yrs old bass-player Knight blasting into a very loud extended solo. Then, after all the applause died down at the end, he tells how he misses Jimi; and what brought it all on was the cover of "Sgt. Peppers..." JH did 2 days after Beatles released the album. He said it blew everybody in the club away, and then JH, as humble as ever, indicated difficulty in returning to song's tune after an extended solo, and waved toward Clapton for a little help. He said Clapton just buried his head, waving toward JH to "carry on yourself; your doing fine." PM was all excited telling the story. Much later in the show got around to other dead people like "Johnny" and "Georgie."
Yes, this was an epic concert and Sir Paul was at his best. My wife and I are 50. We were in the front row of the club seats and we danced our asses off! It was great.
There was a very cool woman named Karen sitting beside us. She was maybe 8 years older than us but looked younger. She totally rocked the whole time. (dancing keeps you young)
Between us we managed to get some people behind us caught-up in our groove. I completely agree about the overall lack of audience participation, I mean what sort of self respecting rocker sits idle while "Give Peace a Chance" is playing? Come on people, flash your peace sign. If you're just going to sit like stumps at a great concert, ... well, I have to say, leave your money in the bank next time and let someone who knows how to have a good time buy the ticket.
If you are planning on buying a ticket for upcoming dates, be prepared to rock because Paul and his team put on one helava show. I've seen many many shows including Stones, Who, Led Zep, Greenday, Eagles, Petty... on and on. This rates up there in the top 2.
I fulfilled a lifelong dream of mine and my mother's by bringing her to this show. Sir Paul somehow had not played SF since he played for the final official concert with 3 other fab lads back in '66. He brought his A game and seemed to having more fun than most of folks around me (excluding my mom- who had the time of her life) It was VERY crampt in the general field section, with old plastic fold out chairs tied together in rows with literally no space between seats. It felt like stuffing 3 people onto a two person seat on a bus...so that could explain the lack of enthusiasm from the field crowd.
Note: Could be mistaken, but Paul's guitar solo following "Let Me Roll it" was a cover of Hendrix's "Foxy Lady" and Paul expertly covered Jesse Fullen's "San Francisco Bay Blues" perhaps for the first time ever
I agree with the comments about the fuddy duddy people. When you go to see Paul McCartney, you need to rock out. Come on people, he's a legend. I am 57 and I took my 22 year old daughter and her best friend. We rocked out, and I'm sure we pissed the people off around us. I'm with the person that wrote above me that we might as well get the cheap seats so we can rock out. But, overall, Paul was great again. Come one you snotty yuppies. Cut loose!
Yeah, it was grand being there and those concerts are not made to just sit there you have to move and Paul gets you so involved. It's great and who cares about those people that just want to sit there.
Great show! And based on the other comments, I was lucky to have been among people that were groovin' to the music. I was worried about that before the show, but our section was standing and singing along the whole show.
What stuck with me was the people recording the show on their cam phones--they were watching to show through their little cameras instead of actually watching Paul on stage...weird! But we had a great time! He tore it up!
why was "Ram On" added?
I agree with the people that had the bad luck of being next to a zombie, in my seating area nobody wants to dance or even sing, the concert was some and I still can't understand why people pay to don't participate in the concert. Paul rocks big time!!!
well the people sitting next to me weren't zombies, but I got lucky I didn't have somebody next to me chatting about the latest restaurants the whole time
So we weren't the only section (324) with stoners. I feel a little better about that. I was three rows directly behind a couple of pot smokers, and we were downwind. It was nasty.
I really wish I could have gotten up and danced, but we were halfway up the upper deck, and I didn't feel like taking a header down the stairs, so I danced in my seat. I sang at the top of my lungs instead and had the time of my life. I'm in my twenties, and have wanted to see Sir Paul since my dad played me "Birthday" on my birthday. That concert was a dream come true. Thanks for sharing the setlist.
p.s. You idiots thought that people were "fuddy duddies" but when people come to a concert, they want to see the performer sing- not the fans
The @Cover tag applies to the whole line. "Let Me Roll It" is not a Jimi Hendrix cover, so the @Cover tag should not be used.
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