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Paul McCartney - Milwaukee, WI Album

Paul McCartney - Milwaukee, WI Album Performer: Paul McCartney
Album: Milwaukee, WI
Country: US
Released: 2005
Style: Beat, Psychedelic Rock
Label: Not On Label (Paul McCartney)
Genre: Rock / Pop
Size FLAC: 1375 mb.
Size MP3: 2093 mb.
Rating: 4.2/5
Votes: 735
Record Source: 3 × CDr, Unofficial Release


1Helter Skelter
2Sgt. Pepper's / The End
3Let Me Roll It
4For No One
5I Will
6Band On The Run
7English Tea
8Penny Lane
9The Long And Winding Road
10Jenny Wren
11Fine Line
12I'll Get You
13Fixing A Hole
14I've Got A Feeling
15Hey Jude
16In Spite Of All The Danger
17She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
18Follow Me
20Magical Mystery Tour
22Eleanor Rigby
23Let It Be
24Got To Get You Into My Life
25Flaming Pie
26Too Many People
27Back In The U.S.S.R.
28Live And Let Die
29Drive My Car
31Please Please Me
32Till There Was You
33Get Back
34Maybe I'm Amazed
35Good Day Sunshine
36I'll Follow The Sun


Live at the Bradley Center, Milwaukee, WI, USA - October 23rd, 2005


  • Recorded At – Bradley Center, Milwaukee


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