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Paul McCartney: In the World Tonight (1997)

Video Documentary | Music
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A look at Paul's work as he finishes his latest record, entitled Flaming Pie. Includes snippets from the tracks on the album, plus Paul gives a tour of his home recording studio. The best ... See full summary »

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A look at Paul's work as he finishes his latest record, entitled Flaming Pie. Includes snippets from the tracks on the album, plus Paul gives a tour of his home recording studio. The best scene is where he joins George Martin at Abbey Road Studios to record the orchestra for 'Beautiful Night'. Written by Dave Smith <ds20@cant.ac.uk.>

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Title deceiving as to content
24 February 2004 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

When I first heard of this DVD, I thought it may be footage from his concerts from around the world. Anyone who watches this will see it's just the opposite. The music is secondary to Paul letting everyone know how great he is and explaining how he makes his music. As Frank Zappa once said "Shut up and play your guitar" This DVD is good if you are looking for a documentary from a great artist. But if you want to see him perform, find another DVD of his live music. Some of the music is lip syncing and a little is him playing to a crowd. But most of the time he cuts in to let everyone know how he did what it is you are hearing.


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