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= Officially released on audio disc


1992

George Harrison & The Hi Jack Band "Natural Law Party"

Musicians: Gary Moore, Joe Walsh, Greg Phillinganes, Will Lee, Mike Campbell, Chuck Leavell, Steve Ferrone, Andy Fairweather-Low, Ray Cooper, Katie Kissoon, Tessa Niles, Ringo Starr, Dhani and George Harrison

George performs at the Royal Albert Hall to support the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi's Natural Law Party. Ringo and Dhani join in for ‘Roll Over Beethoven.' The NLP is a political party; the Maharishi himself has run for office.


Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band "North American Tour"

Musicians: Timothy B. Schmit, Nils Lofgren, Dave Edmunds, Todd Rundgren, Joe Walsh, Burton Cummings, Zak Starkey, Timmy Capello and Ringo Starr


Carl Perkins: Concert (with George)

George appears with Carl Perkins at London's Hard Rock Cafe. He performs "Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby" and a medley of "Blue Suede Shoes"/"Honey Don't". A short clip of George's live appearance is seen on MTV's Week In Rock, transmitted for the first time on June 20.


Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band "North American Tour" continued

Musicians: Timothy B. Schmit, Nils Lofgren, Dave Edmunds, Todd Rundgren, Joe Walsh, Burton Cummings, Zak Starkey, Timmy Capello and Ringo Starr


Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band "European Tour"

Musicians: Timothy B. Schmit, Nils Lofgren, Dave Edmunds, Todd Rundgren, Joe Walsh, Burton Cummings, Zak Starkey, Timmy Capello and Ringo Starr

Ringo's All- Starr Band performance at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland is recorded and later released on the CD and home video Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band: Live From Montreux. The following tracks appear in America and the UK on the album Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band Live: Live From Montreux, released on September 14, 1993: "I'm The Greatest", "Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go", "Yellow Submarine", "Weight Of The World", "Boys" and "With A Little Help From My Friends", all performed by Ringo and "Desperado" and "In The City" (performed by Joe Walsh), "Girls Talk" (by Dave Edmunds), "I Can't Tell You Why" (by Timothy B. Schmidt), "Bang The Drum All Day" and "Black Maria" (by Todd Rundgren), "Walkin' Nerve" (by Nils Lofgren) and "American Woman" (by Burton Cummings). Not released on DVD, but five songs fom the Montreux concert film appear on the All Starr compilation DVD "The Best of Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band So Far...": "Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go," "Rocky Mountain Way," "Bang The Drum All Day," "You're Sixteen," and "Yellow Submarine".


Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band "US Tour"

Musicians: Timothy B. Schmit, Nils Lofgren, Dave Edmunds, Todd Rundgren, Joe Walsh, Burton Cummings, Zak Starkey, Timmy Capello and Ringo Starr

Ringo's repertoire includes the following songs: "I'm The Greatest", "No No Song", "Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go", "Yellow Submarine", You're Sixteen", "Weight Of The World", "Photograph", and encore performances of "Act Naturally" and "With A Little Help From My Friends". The track "Boys" is added during the latter half of the tour, which features the only track Ringo performs from behind his drum kit, the others being sung on centre stage. Also worth noting is that Todd Rundgren misses the shows in Englewood and Park City, while Joe Walsh is absent from the final concerts at the Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.


Gary Moore: Concert (with George)

George attends Gary Moore's concert at the Royal Albert Hall and joins Moore onstage for the encore, "That Kind Of Woman" and "While My Guitar Gently Weeps".


George Harrison "Columbia Records Celebrates the Music of Bob Dylan"

Musicians: Eric Clapton, Johnny Cash, Tracy Chapman, Chrissie Hynde, George Harrison, Neil Young, Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty, Ron Wood and others

George participates in a concert at Madison Square Garden to celebrate Bob Dylan's 30th anniversary in the music business. During the star-studded celebration of the music of Dylan, George performs the tracks "If Not For You" and "Absolutely Sweet Marie", and returns later as part of the encore to join in on the numbers "My Back Pages" and "Knockin' On Heaven's Door". The event is screened live on pay-per-view cable TV in America, and broadcast live simultaneously on FM radio in stereo. All of George's live performances, except "If Not For You", are released on the album Bob Dylan - 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration, and also on a home video cassette.


Paul McCartney: A Carlton New Year

At the Mean Fiddler Club in Harlesden, North London, at approximately 8:30pm, Paul and his band videotape an appearance for a New Year's television special entitled A Carlton New Year. (Carlton is the new ITV franchise holder transmitting ITV programmes to London and the South East, replacing Thames ITV on January 1, 1993.) Paul's repertoire this evening includes tracks from his new album, and consists of: 'Good Rockin' Tonight', We Can Work It Out', 'Biker Like An Icon', 'I Owe It All To You', 'Michelle', 'Hope Of Deliverance', 'Can't Buy Me Love', 'Down To The River', and an impromptu version of 'Auld Lang Syne' with the audience. Because the television station is unhappy with some of the performance, Paul is requested to re-shoot the songs 'Biker Like An Icon', 'I Owe It All To You', 'Hope Of Deliverance' and 'Can't Buy Me Love'. (The taping concludes at approximately 10:30pm.) From the set, only three of Paul's live tracks, 'Hope Of Deliverance', 'Michelle' and 'Biker Like An Icon', find their way into the programme transmitted in the London region only, during the early hours of January 1, 1993, starting at 12:01am.


Paul McCartney: MTV's Up Close

Paul and his band record, on videotape, at approximately 9:45pm, a concert appearance for the new MTV music series Up Close. During the two days, the group performs the following numbers (electrically): "Twenty Flight Rock", "Get Out Of My Way", "Fixing A Hole", "Looking For Changes" and "Penny Lane"; (acoustically): "Biker Like An Icon", "I Owe It All To You", "Big Boys Bickering", "Michelle", an ad-lib piece of "Jingle Bells" on the first night, and "If I Were Not Upon The Stage" on the second night, "Hope Of Deliverance" and "Can't Buy Me Love", presented in a "Country Hoe-down" arrangement. Their second electric set consists of "Peace In The Neighbourhood", "Off The Ground", "I Wanna Be Your Man" and "Sgt. Pepper's". The final set features Paul sitting at his Yamaha piano, where, accompanied by the band, he performs "My Love", "C Moon", "Lady Madonna", "C'mon People" and "Live And Let Die". The programme premiered on MTV in America on Wednesday February 3, 1993, and included the following 13 tracks: 'Twenty Flight Rock', 'Get Out Of My Way', 'Fixing A Hole', 'Looking For Changes', 'Penny Lane', 'Biker Like An Icon', 'Michelle', 'Hope Of Deliverance', 'I Wanna Be Your Man', 'Off The Ground', 'Sgt. Pepper's', 'My Love' and 'Lady Madonna'. The world TV premiere was on NRK TV in Norway, who broadcast the special in two parts: on January 29 and February 5.


Benefit for Jeff Porcaro's family (with George)

During a benefit concert in Los Angeles for the family of ex-Toto member Jeff Porcaro, who had recently died, George appears onstage with Eddie Van Halen. They perform "With a Little Help From My Friends".


1993

Paul McCartney "The New World Tour"

Musicians: Paul "Wix" Wickens, Hamish Stuart, Robbie MacIntosh, Blair Cunningham, Linda and Paul McCartney.

The early tour repertoire in Europe and Australia includes: "Drive My Car", "Coming Up", "Get Out Of My Way", "Another Day", "All My Loving", "Let Me Roll It", "Peace In The Neighbourhood", "Off The Ground", "I Wanna Be Your Man", a guitar solo by Robbie McIntosh, "Good Rockin' Tonight", "We Can Work It Out", "And I Love Her", "Every Night", "Hope Of Deliverance", "Michelle", "Biker Like An Icon", "Here, There And Everywhere", "Yesterday", "My Love", "Lady Madonna", "Live And Let Die", "Let It Be", "Magical Mystery Tour", "The Long And Winding Road", "C'mon People", "Paperback Writer", "Fixing A Hole", "Penny Lane", "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", and encore performances of "Band On The Run", "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Hey Jude".
The repertoire for the US concerts is basically the same, except for "Looking For Changes", which is replaced by "Get Out Of My Way" and "Can't Buy Me Love" which is replaced with "I Wanna Be Your Man".
The set list for the later shows: "Drive My Car", "Coming Up", "Looking For Changes", "Jet", "All My Loving", "Let Me Roll It", "Peace In The Neighbourhood", "Off The Ground", "Can't Buy Me Love", Robbie"s Guitar Solo, "Good Rockin' Tonight", "We Can Work It Out", "I Lost My little Girl", "Ain't No Sunshine", (sung by Hamish Stuart), "Hope Of Deliverance", "Michelle", "Here, There And Everywhere", "Biker Like An Icon", "Yesterday", "My Love", "Lady Madonna", "C'mon People", "Magical Mystery Tour", "Let It Be", "Live And Let Die", "Penny Lane", "Paperback Writer", "Back In The USSR", "Sgt. Pepper's reprise" and encore performances of "Band On The Run", "I Saw Her Standing There" and "Hey Jude".

Selections from the tour released on the "Paul Is Live" album and concert video cassette/DVD.

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