Synopsis by Alice Day
The title of this PBS film displays the punning ability of Paul McCartney as he proudly points out his working-class heritage. Paul McCartney: Working Classical is a 1999 concert, demonstrating his belief that all music should be accessible. It features three new orchestral pieces: "Spiral," "A Leaf," and "Tuesday." McCartney pays tribute to his wife, Linda, explaining that his love songs were all written for her. These include "My Love," "The Lovely Linda," "Maybe I'm Amazed," "Junk," and "She's My Baby."
music, orchestra, rock-music, roots [origins], songwriter