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Paul McCartney: Toronto A. C. C.. (Piccadilly Circus :: PCCD-039/040/041)
Recorded Live at Air Canada Centre, Toronto ON, Canada - October 10, 2005.
Excellent Audience Recording :: Silver CDs :: MP3 CBR 320 kbps & FLAC.

Disc 1
01. Opening Film
02. Magical Mystery Tour
03. Flaming Pie
04. Jet
05. I'll Get You
06. Drive My Car
07. 'till There Was You
08. Let Me Roll It
09. Got to Get You into My Life
10. Fine Line
11. Maybe I'm Amazed
12. Long and Winding Road

Disc 2
01. In Spite of All the Danger
02. I Will
03. Jeny Wren
04. For No One
05. Fixing a Hole
06. English Tea
07. I'll Follow the Sun
08. Follow Me
09. Blackbird
10. Eleanor Rigby
11. Too Many People
12. She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
13. Good Day Sunshine
14. Band on the Run
15. Penny Lane
16. I've Got a Feeling
17. Back in the USSR

Disc 3
01. Hey Jude
02. Live and Let Die
03. Yesterday
04. Get Back
05. Helter Skelter
06. Please Please Me
07. Mull of Kintyre (Special Song Only for Canada) (With Peel Police Pipe Band)
08. Let It Be
09. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - the End

Files: 38.:: Size: 406.83 MB (mp3) | 1.20 GB (flac).
Total Time: 02:57:45 hour/s.

*** Paul McCartney "US" Tour 2005 ***

Notes: This absolute gem of a recording surfaced a while ago on the Picadilly Circus label. From what I understand
this recording was an early release for the Picadilly label. It is a very good audience recording, and the only
recording of this show known to exist. It is here, presented to you, on the same 3 "discs" as the original
Picadilly release. These tracks have been ripped straight from the silver CD's. "Mull of Kintyre" is played in full
with a Toronto pipe band- a rare treat.

Piccadilly Circus advertise Toronto A.C.C. as being sourced from a complete DAT taped from a VIP seat in front of the stage. The sound quality is similar to the New York tape except the stereo separation is much better and it sounds much more lively. Also unlike the New York tape the Toronto tape records every second of the show from when the lights go down to the final encore, including the ten minute opening film (where Paul talks about his career, John Lennon, etc) and the lengthy audience calls for the encores. Occasionally some conversation is recorded behind the taper but nothing too intrusive (nor very interesting).

This comes in the expected tasteful packaging associated with Piccadilly Circus with a great shot of the Peel Regional Police Pipe Band on stage with Paul, dressed in full regalia. One of the reasons the label chose this show was because of this track, a rare variation from the standard concert. Toronto A.C.C. is a very recommended release, even more so than the New York show given the better recording and the rare encore
.<-(Info taken from original info file + Collectors Music Reviews).

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