Paul is Live
Recorded during the Australian and U.S. swings of the tour in support of 1993’s Off The Ground, Paul Is Live is Paul's fifth live album. Originally released that same year, the album is famous for the multiple meanings and clues embedded in its title and cover art, all of which play on the “Paul Is Dead” conspiracy/hoax. In addition to a wealth of Wings and Beatles classics, covers of Roy Brown’s 'Good Rockin’ Tonight' and Leiber and Stoller’s 'Kansas City' and more, Paul Is Live also offers a peek behind the curtain: Three songs improvised on the spot and exclusive to the album, all recorded during rehearsals in various locations over the course of the tour.
Paul Is Live has been newly remastered at Abbey Road Studios. The limited edition color vinyl version contains LP1 on opaque baby blue vinyl and LP2 on plush peach white opaque vinyl.