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Paul McCartney: Live at the Cavern Club 

Paul McCartney plays some of the tracks from his new record, called Run Devil Run, making an emotional return to the scene of The Beatles celebrated venue. All the tracks on the record are ... See full summary »

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Paul McCartney plays some of the tracks from his new record, called Run Devil Run, making an emotional return to the scene of The Beatles celebrated venue. All the tracks on the record are old 1950s rock 'n' roll numbers. Written by Dave Smith <ds20@cant.ac.uk>

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All Shook Up
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Written by Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley
Performed by Paul McCartney
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Great remembers, old times always were better
4 September 2001 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

An ex-Beatle in the new Cavern Club, 40 years later, the ancient place remains one of the greatest moments in the music history.

The concert is part of the "Run Devil Run" mini-tour, so it's full of oldies goldies rock'n'roll hits. The interpretation is brilliant, and has that old-fashioned taste of the 60s, even Paul is playing his old Hoffner bass from the Beatles era.

Unfortunately Paul ain't got 20, so he can't twist and shout like he used to do in the true Cavern Club, and when he sings "I saw her standing there", we got those great remembers assuring that old times always were better.

Paul, keep on rocking, every Beatles fan is waiting for your acting.


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