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The complete Paul McCartney interviews for Flemish Public Radio and Television (1989-2003) – UNCUT

For the first time ever, the interviews Sir Paul McCartney gave to Flemish Public Radio and Television in 1989, 1993 and 2003 are available on a double CD+DVD set complete and uncut.

Spanning a period of 15 years, these unique conversations are complementary to each other in content and approach, offering a fascinating insight in the world of Paul McCartney and the way he handles media interviews.

In this exclusive double set, hear and see Paul McCartney speak about
• his "Russian Album" and Glasnost
• his greatest moments and disappointments
• his ambitions as a film maker and as a painter
• the first Wings tour and touring the world in 1989, 1993 and 2003
• the musicians in his bands
• warming up before a concert and being nervous on stage
• his crusading for vegetarism, animal rights and the environment
• (not) showing his vulnerable side
• the Belgian painter Magritte as an inspiration for the Apple logo
• collaborating with John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr... and Elvis Costello
• performing Here Today and Something live
• the burning of Beatles records in the Bible Belt
• playing the Hofner bass on stage
• McCartney-Lennon versus Lennon-McCartney
• … and his personal Top 3 of McCartney songs.

You will also see him being taught to say "Ik ben Paul McCartney en ik kom op tegen kanker" (“I am Paul McCartney and I’m fighting against cancer”) in Dutch for a Flemish fund raising campaign in favour of cancer research - and illustrating the sleeve of the My Brave Face CD single.

Furthermore, McCartney's explanation of why he changed the lyrics to Here, There And Everywhere for the Give My Regards To Broad Street movie and CD has been unseen footage until this day.

This CD+DVD set is an absolute must for anyone interested in Paul McCartney's work and the history of popular music.