Paul McCartney Performs Live Debut Of Four Beatles Tracks In Brazil

Paul McCartney has performed 4 songs by The Beatles for the first time on the opening night of his world tour in Brazil.

Onstage in Belo Horizonte, McCartney played for the very first time Your Mother Should Know (Magical Mystery Tour, ’67), Lovely Rita (Sgt. Pepper’s, ’67), Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite! (Sgt. Pepper’s, ’67), and All Together Now (Yellow Submarine, ’68).

Adding to the magic of the evening, McCartney opened his set with Eight Days A Week, a song Sir Paul hasn’t performed in almost 50 years, with the popular Beatles For Sale track only ever performed once by The Beatles in 1965.

The Brazilian crowd was also treated to We Can Work It Out, which McCartney hadn’t played since Glastonbury 2004.

In February, McCartney hoped a tram in New Orleans and proceeded to entertain passengers with an assortment of Beatles songs. At first McCartney was mistaken for a common busker, before his fellow commuters realised they were being serenaded by the real deal.

(via NME)

Watch: Paul McCartney – Being For The Benefit of Mr. Kite! (Live In Belo Horizonte)

Paul McCartney – Belo Horizonte, Brazil setlist

‘Eight Days A Week’

‘Juniors Farm’

‘All My Loving’

‘Listen To What The Man Said’

‘Let Me Roll It’

‘Paperback Writer’

‘My Valentine’


‘Long and Winding Road’

‘Maybe I’m Amazed’

‘Hope Of Deliverance’

‘We Can Work It Out’

‘Another Day’

‘And I Love Her’


‘Here Today’

‘Your Mother Should Know’

‘Lady Madonna’

‘All Together Now’

‘Mrs Vanderbilt’

‘Eleanor Rigby’

‘Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite’


‘Ob la di Ob la da’

‘Band on the Run’

‘Let It Be’

‘Live and Let Die’

‘Hey Jude’

‘Day Tripper’

‘Lovely Rita’

‘Get Back’


‘Helter Skelter’

‘Golden Slumbers/The End’

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