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The Paul McCartney Live Dream Set List: Baby, Don’t You Let Me Down Tomorrow

Sure I saw McCartney at Citifield earlier this year, quite liked it to. Wrote about it on this very blog. But if I had a problem with the concert it is just about what you’d think it would be: the back up sucked and the set list was a little snoozy. So I am going to do Sir Paul a big fave and give him the creative kick in the tush he needs. Let’s stick him in the Beacon for this set. Let’s call this outfit: Paul McCartney and the Band On The Run. Here’s the line up:
Paul McCartney: Vocals, multi instruments
Steve Winwood: Keyboards, back up vocals
Jimmy Page: Lead Guitar
Drums (who else?) Ringo Starr
Setlist:
Every Night
Tomorrow
My Brave Face
Mrs. Vanderbilt
Got To Get You Into My Life
Long Tall Sally
Helter Skleter
Back In The USSR
Honey Hush
20 Flight Rock
Run Devil Run
Listen To What The Man Said
Junk
Lonesome Town
Let Me Roll It
Maybe I’m Amazed
For No One
You Won’t See Me
Daytime, Night Time Sufferring
The Backseat Of My Car
Goodnight Tonight
1st encore
Drive My Car
Band On The Run
Hi Hi Hi
2nd Encore
Penny Lane
Junior’s Farm
With A Little Luck
Monkberry Moon delight (dedicated to Mike Nessing: “If he’s still here…” and thumbs up)
3rd Encore
Coming Up
Things We said Today

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