Paul McCartney: Back In The U.S.
"The older people scream because they remember screaming," Paul McCartney tells TV Guide in a cover story. "And younger girls have seen it on films, so it's like a tradition."
Those screams are captured on "Back In The U.S.," Sir Paul's double-CD which remains true to the set list of the first leg of his 2002 U.S. tour. The album includes 21 Beatles tunes and tributes to John Lennon ("Here Today") and George Harrison ("Something").
The 14-week sold-out trek took Sir Paul to 34 U.S. cities.
Here's the track listing:"Stripes" - Disc One: Hello Goodbye Jet All My Loving Getting Better Coming Up Let Me Roll It Lonely Road Driving Rain Your Loving Flame Blackbird Every Night We Can Work It Out Mother Nature's Son Vanilla Sky Carry That Weight The Fool On The Hill Here Today Something "Stars" - Disc Two Eleanor Rigby Here, There & Everywhere Band On The Run Back In The USSR Maybe I'm Amazed C Moon My Love Can't Buy Me Love Freedom Live & Let Die Let It Be Hey Jude Long & Winding Road Lady Madonna I Saw Her Standing There Yesterday Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band The End