1 JimmyR 8 months ago And still buzzing. What a show! Paul is not the greatest showman, but when you have a back catalogue like his I guess you don't need to be.To be brief, highlights were: A Day In The Life (!), Maybe I'm Amazed, Helter Skelter, Let Me Roll It (always one of my favourite McCartneys), Can't Buy Me Love, 1985, Something, and the medley from Abbey Road which has She Came In Through The Bathroom Window, Carry That Weight and ends in The End.And what a band. Some of the most gorgeous guitar sounds I have ever heard at a gig. Rusty Anderson played lots of guitars, but most of the night he used an old Danelectro and a 335. He also used a Casino (or 330), a Trini Lopez, a Duesenberg, a Tele, an SG,... All through a pair of Morgan amps.Brian Ray played a Precision, SG, SG Jnr and a beautiful Gretsch Anniversary (I think) - the yellow one. His Gretsch gets some classic fat Gretsch sounds and he used Divided by 13 amps. And Abe Laboriel is such a great, passionate drummer. His drums on A Day In The Life were faithful to Ringo but he managed to give the parts his own touch - not easy on such a tune, where the drums are so perfect.So we had a Scots pipe band come onstage for Mull Of Kintyre, we had a marriage proposal onstage, and plenty of pyrotechnics in Live and Let Die. But best of all we had Paul McCartney, a true living legend who at 75 years old can out-rock most players. I really felt we were in the presence of genius. Wonderful, wonderful experience.