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= Officially released on audio disc


1989

Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band

Musicians: Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Dave Edmunds, Todd Rundgren, Nils Lofgren, Burton Cummings, Tim Cappello, Zak Starkey and Ringo Starr

Ringo's first major tour after the Beatles came after having entered a rehab program and conquered his addictions.

One edition of the accompanying DVD

Material from the tour were released as an album and a home video, as was going to be typical of Ringo's "All Starr Band" Tours in the years to come. The DVD Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band: Yellow Submarine featured: "It Don't Come Easy," "No No Song," "Yellow Submarine," "Iko Iko," "The Weight," "Will It Go 'Round In Circles," "Act Naturally," "Honey Don't," "You're A Friend Of Mine," "The Shape I'm In," "I Wanna Be Your Man," "Life In The Fast Lane," "Up On Cripple Creek," "Boys," "Being Angry Is A Full Time Job," "Right Place, Wrong Time," "Quarter To Three," "Rocky Mountain Way," "Photograph," "With A Little Help From My Friends" and "Remembered (Instrumental)".



Paul McCartney "World Tour"

Musicians: Paul "Wix" Wickens, Hamish Stuart, Robbie MacIntosh, Christopher Whitten, Linda and Paul McCartney.

Paul McCartney's first tour after the disbanding of Wings ten years earlier. The setlist from Drammen: Figure Of Eight, Jet, Rough Ride, Got To Get You Into My Life, Band On The Run, Ebony And Ivory, We Got Married, Maybe I'm Amazed, The Long And Winding Road, The Fool On The Hill, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Good Day Sunshine, Can't Buy Me Love, Put It There, Things We Said Today, Eleanor Rigby, Back In The U.S.S.R, I Saw Her Standing There, This One, My Brave Face, Twenty Flight Rock, Coming Up, Let It Be, Live And Let Die, Hey Jude, Yesterday, Get Back, Golden Slumbers, Carry That Weight, The End.
From Gothenburg on, Ain't That A Shame was included.


1990

Paul McCartney "World Tour"

Musicians: Paul "Wix" Wickens, Hamish Stuart, Robbie MacIntosh, Christopher Whitten, Linda and Paul McCartney.

The set list was the same as for the 1989 leg of the tour, but starting in Tokyo there was a change as "Let 'Em In" was added. On the final Tokyo date "P.S. Love Me Do" was added to the set and remained there for a while.


Eric Clapton "Journeyman Tour" (with George)

George appeared at the L.A. Forum, and played guitar on some songs, "Instrumental Jam", "Crossroads" and "Sunshine Of Your Love".


Paul McCartney "World Tour"

Musicians: Paul "Wix" Wickens, Hamish Stuart, Robbie MacIntosh, Christopher Whitten, Linda and Paul McCartney.

Set list changes since previous leg of the tour: "Ebony and Ivory", "Maybe I'm Amazed", "P.S. Love Me Do" and "Twenty Flight Rock" has been dropped. "Mull of Kintyre" was performed in Glasgow, a new "Lennon-medley", comprised of "Help!", Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Give Peace a Chance" was performed in Liverpool and remained part of the set list for the remainder of the tour, along with "Birthday", which made it's debut at the shorter Knebworth set.

The Get Back DVDThe Going Home DVDThe Knebworth DVDThe Knebworth Album

Live performances from the tour released on various singles and the "Tripping The Live Fantastic" 3LP album, as well as on the Knebworth album. There was also a Knebworth home video release and eventually a DVD. Richard Lester also directed a movie about this tour, Get Back, which was shown in theatres and subsequently released on home video, and later on DVD. A documentary, "From Rio To Liverpool" was produced (US/Japan title: "Going Home") about the April 20th to June 28th part of the tour, and televised around the world. It was also released commercially as a Laserdisc in Japan and as a VHS video cassette in Holland.

Wikipedia link


Gary Moore Concert (with George)

George joined in this concert, he played guitar.


1991

Paul McCartney: MTV Unplugged (TV Concert)

Musicians: Paul "Wix" Wickens, Hamish Stuart, Robbie MacIntosh, Blair Cunningham, Linda and Paul McCartney.

Set list: "Mean Woman Blues," "Matchbox," "Midnight Special," "I Lost My Little Girl," "Here There And Everywhere," "San Francisco Bay Blues," "We Can Work It Out (3 takes)," "Blue Moon Of Kentucky," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Every Night," "Be-Bop-A-Lula," "She's A Woman," "And I Love Her," "The Fool," "Things We Said Today," "That Would Be Something," "Blackbird," "Hi-Heel Sneakers," "Good Rockin' Tonight," "Junk," "Ain't No Sunshine (two takes)," "We Can Work It Out (again)" and "Singing the Blues".

This program in MTV's acoustic "Unplugged" series was recorded before a specially invited audience of around 200 people. The 51-minute programme premiered on MTV in Europe on May 13, 1991. A full terrestrial audience saw it for the first time on Channel 4 on August 26th 1991, and it was also shown on TV worldwide. The TV version featured: "Be-Bop-A-Lula," "I Lost My Little Girl," "Here There And Everywhere," "Blue Moon Of Kentucky," "We Can Work It Out," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Every Night," "She's A Woman," "And I Love Her," "That Would Be Something," "Blackbird," "Ain't No Sunshine," "Good Rockin' Tonight," "Singing the Blues" and "Junk". The TV show, as well as the full, unedited concert, circulates on bootleg DVD's.

An album was released on May 20th, featuring "Be-Bop-A-Lula," "I Lost My Little Girl," "Here There And Everywhere," "Blue Moon Of Kentucky," "We Can Work It Out," "San Francisco Bay Blues," "I've Just Seen A Face," "Every Night," "She's A Woman," "Hi-Heel Sneakers," "And I Love Her," "That Would Be Something," "Blackbird," "Ain't No Sunshine," "Good Rockin' Tonight," "Singing the Blues" and "Junk".

Also from this concert, "Things We Said Today" and "Midnight Special" was released as an extra track on the "Biker Like an Icon" CD-single in 1993 as well as on the german 2CD set "Off The Ground - The Complete Works".

The McCartney Years DVD release

In 2008, disc 3 of the McCartney Years DVD featured the following songs from the concert: "I Lost My Little Girl," "Every Night," "And I Love Her" and "That Would Be Something".


George Formby Convention (with George)

George makes a surprise appearance and performs on ukulele "In My Little Snapshot Album" at the George Formby fan convention. George's son, Dhani, makes his performing debut.


Paul McCartney "Unplugged Tour" or "Secret Gigs Tour"

Musicians: Paul "Wix" Wickens, Hamish Stuart, Robbie MacIntosh, Blair Cunningham, Linda and Paul McCartney.

Impromptu concerts at mostly smaller clubs, inspired by the "Unplugged" TV concert and subsequent album. A further concert at Paris L'Olympia was planned, but not announced. It was cancelled when Linda McCartney's father, Lee Eastman, passed away during the tour.

At Cliff's Pavillion, Paul and his band backed guest poet Adrian Mitchell on the recital of his poems "Song In Space," "I Like That Stuff," "Maybe May Time," and "Hot Pursuit". They also added "I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside" to their set list.

Set list (not all songs were performed in all locations):
Acoustic Set: "Mean Woman Blues," "Be-Bop-A-Lula," "We Can Work It Out," "San Francisco Bay Blues," "Every Night," "Here There And Everywhere," "That Would Be Something," "Singing The Blues," "O Sole Mio," "Down To The River," "And I Love Her," "She's A Woman," "I Lost My Little Girl," "Ain't No Sunshine," "Hi Heel Sneakers," "I've Just Seen A Face," "The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise," "Good Rockin' Tonight"
Electric Set: "My Brave Face," "Twenty Flight Rock," "Band On The Run," "Ebony And Ivory," "I Saw Her Standing There," "Coming Up," "Get Back," "The Long And Winding Road," "Ain't That A Shame," "Let It Be," "Can't Buy Me Love," "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band".


George Harrison & Eric Clapton "Rock Legends Tour"

Musicians: Eric Clapton, Nathan East, Greg Phillinganes, Chuck Leavell, Steve Ferrone, Andy Fairweather-Low, Ray Cooper, Katie Kissoon, Tessa Niles, Dhani and George Harrison

It was a happy surprise when, in the summer of 1991, George Harrison announced he would tour Japan, his first tour in fifteen years. The opening show was on December 1st at the Yokohama Arena in Yokohama and the tour ended on December 17th in Tokyo totalling twelve concerts in six cities. At the time George enthused, "Maybe itís time to do some playing in England and EuropeÖmaybe eventually even America." But that would not come to pass.

Set list: "I Want To Tell You," "Old Brown Shoe," "Taxman," "Give Me Love," "If I Needed Someone," "Something," "Love Comes To Everyone (only performed 1. December)," "Fish On The Sand (only performed 1. and 2. December)," "What Is Life," "Dark Horse," "Piggies," "Pretending (Clapton)," "Old Love (Clapton)," "Badge (Clapton)," "Wonderful Tonight (Clapton)," "Got My Mind Set On You," "Cloud Nine," "Here Comes The Sun," "My Sweet Lord," "All Those Years Ago," "Cheer Down," "Devilís Radio," "Isnít It A Pity," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," "Roll Over Beethoven". George was not on stage for Clapton's numbers.

Live in Japan CDThe Dark Horse Years DVD

A live album was released from the tour as "Live in Japan" in 1992, and after George's death as a hybrid surround SACD/CD. CD1: "I Want to Tell You," "Old Brown Shoe," "Taxman," "Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)," "If I Needed Someone," "Something," "What Is Life," "Dark Horse," "Piggies," "Got My Mind Set on You." CD2: "Cloud Nine," "Here Comes the Sun," "My Sweet Lord," "All Those Years Ago," "Cheer Down," "Devil's Radio," "Isn't It a Pity," "While My Guitar Gently Weeps," "Roll Over Beethoven." The Tokyo shows were used for most of the material but "If I Need Someone" and "Dark Horse" are from December 11th and "Something" and "Here Comes The Sun" are from December 12th. "Cheer Down", "Devil's Radio", "Cloud 9" and "Taxman" from the Japan tour were released on the DVD The Dark Horse Years 1976-1992.

Wikipedia link


NEXT (1992-1993)


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