by Caroline Grimshaw, Bill Bernstein and Paul McCartney
Hardcover, 208 pages, Chronicle Books Llc, List Price: $35 | purchase
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The musician's personal reflections, accompanied by 350 color images, provide a glimpse of McCartney's most celebrated tour, capturing moments from North America, Europe, and Japan, to his historic appearance in Moscow's Red Square.
November 8, 2004 A new photo book chronicles Paul McCartney's recent world tour, through memories and photographs. The singer-songwriter dusted off some Beatles tunes for the concerts, including many that had never been performed on stage. NPR's Michele Norris talks with Sir Paul.
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