Paul’s Television Performances -
1. Heart of the Country Promo Video -
Two 16mm promotional films for the Ram album songs -
Both clips contained mute footage in which audio was added later, and shot on the McCartney’s High Park Farm in Kintyre, Scotland, and on a beach just a few days before the promos were screened on the BBC's Top of the Pops, on 24 June 1971.
2. Up Close -
On December 10, 1992 Paul returned to the scene of The Beatles’ historic live American TV debut on February 9, 1964: the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. Paul says during the beginning of the show, “I got the strangest feeling of déjà vu. I feel like I’ve been here, I don’t know what it was, some previous life, probably!”
The purpose was to present both his new album (Off the Ground) and to promote a new tour. The occasion was a new show of MTV, following the hugely successful Unplugged series: Up Close.
Two consecutive days Paul and his band (Linda, Hamish, Blair, Robbie and Wix); play the same show for the 750 attendants. There are two electric sets, with an acoustic set in the middle. For the final four songs Paul takes place at his Yamaha piano. Apart from nine new songs from Off The Ground, there are three Beatles songs that had never played live before: ‘Fixing a Hole,’ ‘Penny Lane’ and ‘Michelle’. Also noteworthy are the new arrangements of two more Beatles songs: ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ is presented in a Country style, while the Bo Diddley beat of ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ is accentuated.
3. Back to the Egg TV Special -
The Back to the Egg TV Special was a program containing music videos to promote the band Wings' 1979 album Back to the Egg. The program was first broadcast on US television stations in November 1979, but its UK airing, on BBC1, was delayed until June 1981, two months after the band disbanded. The locations used for filming include Lympne Castle and Camber Sands, both on the south-
The videos for "Goodnight Tonight" – a song that had been a non-
4. Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road -
McCartney returns to his 'creative backyard,' Abbey Road, with Paul McCartney: Chaos and Creation at Abbey Road, an intimate, concert exclusive. The one-
Viewers are treated to a virtual one-