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    Maybe I'm Amazed - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial) 09:54

    Maybe I'm Amazed - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial)

    by pianovideotutorials (5/5/09) 2,716 views

    Maybe I'm Amazed is a great song. It is a very good choice for piano begginers, because you will practise chromaric scales in C and A7 and you will learn to open your hand to reach 4 notes (instead of 3) on very easy chords. The result is brilliant!. The complete version includes all the different arrangements available in record 1970, live 1972, 1976, 1989 and 2003. You can get the 25 minutes complete version in DVD quality from the web: www.pianovideotutorials.com

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    Let'em In - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial) 03:21

    Let'em In - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial)

    by pianovideotutorials (3/31/09) 1,546 views

    This site, is for you, if you are interested in playing your favorite classics tunes on the piano in a very easy and convenient way to learn, predominating the simplicity and the clarity. It doesn't matter if you are a begginer, averange or professional pianist, or even if you don't play at all, if you can or can't read music. Just follow the steps and the result will amaze you from the very first day!. With these video tutorials, your songs will sound "exactly as the originals", because you are going to learn the same chord inversions, the music style, details and personal tricks of your favorite artists. Surprise your family, friends, and audience playing the songs of the pop-rock classic bands you always wanted to learn. The tutorials will be recorded by request in a very professional way. Think about what songs you would like to play and I will record a special video for you that will accompany you in the privacy of your home. More that 20 years of study and experience prove the quality of my work and lessons. But not only piano, guitar and bass are wellcome too!. "Let 'em in" was actually written for Ringo, until Paul decided to keep it for himself ! ... it had many references to real people, including : Sister Suzie (his wife Linda "Suzy and the Red Stripes"), Brother John (Linda's brother John Eastman...or maybe John Lennon), Martin Luther (King), Phil and Don (The Everly Brothers), Brother Michael (Mike McGear), Uncle Ernie and Auntie Gin (Paul's relatives).

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    1985 - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial) 05:22

    1985 - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial)

    by pianovideotutorials (3/31/09) 2,038 views

    This site, is for you, if you are interested in playing your favorite classics tunes on the piano in a very easy and convenient way to learn, predominating the simplicity and the clarity. It doesn't matter if you are a begginer, averange or professional pianist, or even if you don't play at all, if you can or can't read music. Just follow the steps and the result will amaze you from the very first day!. With these video tutorials, your songs will sound "exactly as the originals", because you are going to learn the same chord inversions, the music style, details and personal tricks of your favorite artists. Surprise your family, friends, and audience playing the songs of the pop-rock classic bands you always wanted to learn. The tutorials will be recorded by request in a very professional way. Think about what songs you would like to play and I will record a special video for you that will accompany you in the privacy of your home. More that 20 years of study and experience prove the quality of my work and lessons. But not only piano, guitar and bass are wellcome too!. Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (sometimes also spelled "1985") is a song by Paul McCartney and Wings. Recorded in 1973, this tune is the climactic track of the album Band on the Run. It has been featured on the 2001 documentary DVD Wingspan and Paul McCartney & Wings' 1974 TV special One Hand Clapping. The song has a grandiose ending with a full orchestra and the band. On the album Band on the Run, it suitably ends the album with an excerpt of the opening song. This song is featured on several episodes of Trigger Happy TV.

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    Wanderlust - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial) 02:57

    Wanderlust - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial)

    by pianovideotutorials (3/31/09) 757 views

    This site, is for you, if you are interested in playing your favorite classics tunes on the piano in a very easy and convenient way to learn, predominating the simplicity and the clarity. It doesn't matter if you are a begginer, averange or professional pianist, or even if you don't play at all, if you can or can't read music. Just follow the steps and the result will amaze you from the very first day!. With these video tutorials, your songs will sound "exactly as the originals", because you are going to learn the same chord inversions, the music style, details and personal tricks of your favorite artists. Surprise your family, friends, and audience playing the songs of the pop-rock classic bands you always wanted to learn. The tutorials will be recorded by request in a very professional way. Think about what songs you would like to play and I will record a special video for you that will accompany you in the privacy of your home. More that 20 years of study and experience prove the quality of my work and lessons. But not only piano, guitar and bass are wellcome too!. In 1977, Paul McCartney hired three yachts, and with both his family and his band on board, travelled to the Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. A mobile studio was installed on board the Fair Carol for the forthcoming recording sessions of the new album "London Town". Paul and his family dwelled on board another yacht, the Wanderlust, whose name served as a song title on Paul's Tug of Was album two years later. Although not obvious, "Wanderlust" is directly about Paul McCartney's 1979 marijuana bust in Japan. Without going into any specifics, the song references McCartney's thoughts on the stupidity of the herb being illegal, being tipped off by the ship's captain, and the general loss of liberty that he was feeling. There is a melancholy to the music and arrangement, which is full without being cluttered. Melodically, there are some eerie similarities to some of the songs on his Red Rose Speedway, which was done following his marijuana arrest in Sweden in the early '70s. This is more likely a coincidence yet makes for even more intriguing listening.

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    Only Love Remains - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial) 02:58

    Only Love Remains - Paul McCartney (Piano Video Tutorial)

    by pianovideotutorials (3/31/09) 1,517 views

    This site, is for you, if you are interested in playing your favorite classics tunes on the piano in a very easy and convenient way to learn, predominating the simplicity and the clarity. It doesn't matter if you are a begginer, averange or professional pianist, or even if you don't play at all, if you can or can't read music. Just follow the steps and the result will amaze you from the very first day!. With these video tutorials, your songs will sound "exactly as the originals", because you are going to learn the same chord inversions, the music style, details and personal tricks of your favorite artists. Surprise your family, friends, and audience playing the songs of the pop-rock classic bands you always wanted to learn. The tutorials will be recorded by request in a very professional way. Think about what songs you would like to play and I will record a special video for you that will accompany you in the privacy of your home. More that 20 years of study and experience prove the quality of my work and lessons. But not only piano, guitar and bass are wellcome too!. No major work of Paul McCartney comes out in 1985. It is however a year of studio for Paul, since he decides to begin new recordings, and chooses to work with Eric Stewart with whom he will collaborate in the composition and in the realization of a new album. Stewart, member of the group "10 CC", already worked with McCartney on several occasions, and in particular on the albums Tug Of War , Pipes Of Peace and Give My Regards To Broad Street. Actually, the two men have been knowing each other for a long time: indeed they played together at the Cavern Club at the very beginning of the Beatles (Eric Stewart then formed part of the Midbenders band). The first side of the album finishes with Only Love Remains, a ballad composed by Paul. Once again a beautiful melody is performed, first led to the piano, then accompanied by an orchestra. Paul will also make an appearance at the end of the year at the Royal Variety Show of November 24 playing live "Only Love Remains".