The string of live American dates providing the music for this double-length set was in support of McCartney's 2001 studio album Driving Rain. Released in November of that year, those songs are forever marked by the aftereffects of September 11, 2001, so these performances reverberate with a particular poignancy, whether McCartney's performing the uplifting, anthemic "Freedom," a song penned in response to the horrific act, or a ukulele-rendered cover of "Something" played in honor of the recently deceased George Harrison. The remainder of this live set features a nice mix of newer material and Wings hits, along with revitalized, almost shockingly energetic versions of the inevitable Beatles classics. Listeners are even treated to McCartney giving the Sgt. Pepper's gem "Getting Better" its live debut some 34 years after its initial release., Rovi

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