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Initial post: 24 Aug 2007 19:04:55 BDT
Jakob Groes says:

1. Tug Of War
2. Say Say Say
3. Silly Love Songs
4. Band On The Run
5. Maybe I'm Amazed
6. Heart Of The Country
7. Mamunia
8. With A Little Luck
9. Goodnight Tonight
10. Waterfalls
11. My Love
12. C-Moon
13. Baby's Request
14. Hi Hi Hi
15. Ebony And Ivory
16. Take It Away
17. Mull Of Kintyre
18. Helen Wheels
19. I've Had Enough
20. Coming Up
21. Wonderful Christmastime

1. Juniors Farm
2. Band On The Run
3. London Town
4. Mull Of Kintyre 2
5. The Southbank Show

1. Pipes Of Peace
2. My Brave Face
3. Beautiful Night
4. Fine Line
5. No More Lonely Nights
6. This One
7. Little Willow
8. Pretty Little Head
9. Birthday
10. Hope Of Deliverance
11. Once Upon A Long Ago
12. All My Trials
13. Brown-Eyed Handsome Man
14. Press
15. No Other Baby
16. Off The Ground
17. Biker Like An Icon
18. Spies Like Us
19. Put It There
20. Figure Of Eight
21. C'Mon People

1. Parkinson
2. So Bad
3. Creating Chaos At Abbey Road

Rock Show
1. Venus And Mars
2. Rock Show
3. Jet
4. Maybe I'm Amazed
5. Lady Madonna
6. Listen To What The Man Said
7. Bluebird

MTV Unplugged
8. I Lost My Little Girl
9. Every Night
10. And I Love Her
11. That Would Be Something

12. Jet
13. Flaming Pie
14. Let Me Roll It
15. Blackbird
16. Band On The Run
17. Back In The USSR
18. Live And Let Die
19. Hey Jude
20. Yesterday
21. Helter Skelter
22. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

1. Live Aid
2. The Superbowl XXIV


In reply to an earlier post on 6 Sep 2007 03:18:13 BDT
A little dissapointed that Back to the Egg is not represented when that LP had music videos produced for most of the songs. I will keep my fingers crossed that the cool "eyes" version of This One will included, not the horrible still picture US version. Could have lived with more "Rockshow" tracks (Silly Love Songs, Let Em In, Live and Let Die... more Tower of Power stuff) and perhaps less Glastonbury. Also hope that Spies Like Us and No More Lonely Nights are the full video versions not edited. I wonder why London Town and Juniors Farm are considered extras... two excellent videos that highlight this release.

In reply to an earlier post on 7 Sep 2007 17:23:49 BDT
Jakob Groes says:
Even if the selection of songs may seem somewhat incomplete or even arbitrary, it will be nice to have these videos in good quality - and I also appreciate the inclusion of the succesfull Superbowl appearance.

In reply to an earlier post on 27 Sep 2007 14:22:39 BDT
Nikos says:
Why the material from Paul's performances on MTV Unplugged is not available on DVD? Is it a matter of royalties?
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