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Tripping the Live Fantastic


Download links and information about Tripping the Live Fantastic by Paul McCartney. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 37 tracks with total duration of 02:18:01 minutes.

Artist: Paul McCartney
Release date: 1990
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 37
Duration: 02:18:01
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No. Title Length
1. Showtime 0:38
2. Figure of Eight (Live) 5:32
3. Jet (Live) 4:02
4. Rough Ride (Live) 4:48
5. Got to Get You Into My Life (Live) 3:21
6. Band On the Run (Live) 5:09
7. Birthday (Live) 2:43
8. Ebony and Ivory (Live) 4:00
9. We Got Married (Live) 6:38
10. Inner City Madness (Live) 1:22
11. Maybe I'm Amazed (Live) 4:41
12. The Long and Winding Road (Live) 4:18
13. Crackin' Up (Live) 0:49
14. The Fool On the Hill (Live) 5:01
15. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Live) 6:23
16. Can't Buy Me Love (Live) 2:14
17. Matchbox (Live) 3:08
18. Put It There (Live) 2:43
19. Together (Live) 2:17
20. Things We Said Today (Live) 5:01
21. Eleanor Rigby (Live) 2:36
22. This One (Live) 4:28
23. My Brave Face (Live) 3:08
24. Back In the U.S.S.R. (Live) 3:15
25. I Saw Her Standing There (Live) 3:25
26. Twenty Flight Rock (Live) 3:09
27. Coming Up (Live) 5:17
28. Sally (Live) 2:03
29. Let It Be (Live) 3:54
30. Ain't That a Shame (Live) 2:39
31. Live and Let Die (Live) 3:11
32. If I Were Not Upon the Stage (Live) 0:36
33. Hey Jude (Live) 8:03
34. Yesterday (Live) 2:06
35. Get Back (Live) 4:11
36. Golden Slumbers (Medley) [Live] 6:41
37. Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying (Live) 4:31



Perhaps it’s because music comes so easily to Paul McCartney that it often sounds as if he’s in the recording studio even when he’s performing in front of tens of thousands of fans. There aren't rough edges, just variations concerning the sound of his performances—and much of that is the result of the equipment available at the time of the recordings. This extensive live album was McCartney’s first since the excellent Wings Over America; it covers his 1989-1990 tour in support of Flowers in the Dirt, an album highly praised upon its release. McCartney combines highlights from that album with an extensive look at his Beatles catalog, including many songs The Beatles never performed live (“Got to Get You into My Life,” “The Long and Winding Road,” “The Fool on the Hill,” “Eleanor Rigby,” “Back in the U.S.S.R.,” “Hey Jude,” “Let It Be”). Such legendary material makes it hard for the more recent material to stand its ground, but McCartney’s such a peerless performer that he slides from one era to another without losing a beat.