The next entry in the 'Paul McCartney Archive Collection' - 1989's 'Flowers In the Dirt' - is packed with material: 34 bonus tracks and a DVD, but... download-only for nearly half of those bonus tracks.
Yes, it's an officially-sanctioned documentary about The Beatles. Yes, it's marred by some revisionism (literally - black-and-white archival footage has been colorized). Yes, the deluxe two-disc package is worthwhile for excellent bonus interviews.
Does Knebworth '90 live up to its billing as "best British rock concert of all time?" With a lineup that includes Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, Page & Plant, Eric Clapton, Elton John, and more, it would be hard not to.
The history of Paul McCartney's solo career as a recording artist, examined song by song. Lots of great anecdotes from over 70 of McCartney's collaborators and musicians, interviewed exclusively for this book.
Taking to the road for the first time in 42 years, the photographer/performer/songwriter will share stories and pictures from throughout his life. The UK tour begins March 29, with dates scheduled through June.