Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road
This article needs additional citations for verification. (July 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road|
|Directed by||Simon Hilton|
|Produced by||James Chads|
|Music by||Paul McCartney|
|17 December 2005|
Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road was meant as a promotion for McCartney's album Chaos and Creation in the Backyard. As the audience was of close friends and selected fans, the concert was intimate in nature and was rife with monologues and song fragments. It was shown on BBC Two in the United Kingdom on 17 December 2005, and on PBS in the United States on 27 February 2006 as part of the performing arts series Great Performances.
McCartney plays left-handed and right-handed guitars, drums, harmonium, double bass, Mellotron, and even wine glasses in a reworking of the Wings song "Band on the Run". He also reworks the Beatles' track "Lady Madonna", which he calls "Old Lady in New Clothes", with a much slower tempo and a swung melody line.
All songs by Paul McCartney, except where noted.
- "Friends to Go"
- "How Kind of You"
- "Band on the Run"
- "In Spite of All the Danger" (McCartney/Harrison)
- "Twenty Flight Rock" (Cochran)
- "Lady Madonna" (Lennon–McCartney)
- "English Tea"
- "Heartbreak Hotel" (Durden/Axton/Presley)
- "Jenny Wren"
- "I've Got a Feeling" (Lennon–McCartney)
- "Blackbird" (Lennon–McCartney)
- "Blue Suede Shoes" (Perkins)
- "Parkinson 'Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road...'". paulmccartney.com. 14 December 2005. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
- "Paul McCartney: Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road". pbs.org. Retrieved 5 July 2014.
|This article about a music-related documentary film is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|