One Virgin wrote:
- 2 CD set, the second CD containing rare and unreleased material.
- 2 CD + 1 DVD set, including a 100-page book.
Now that the track listing is presented here, just what could the DVD material be? [..]
Undoubtedly the 1991 "Unplugged" versions for "Every Night", "That Would Be Something" and "Singalong Junk". And the Glasgow '79 live versions for "Every Night", "Hot As Sun" and "Maybe I'm Amazed" for the bonus CD or as online bonus content. I don't know if footage for all these songs from the 1979 tour exists. At least "Every Night" from The Concert For Kampuchea will be included on the bonus DVD, I assume.
According to insider 'etcetera', posted earlier in this thread
, possible bonus content is a complete take plus a rough mix for "Maybe I'm Amazed", an alternate take for "Every Night", an instrumental version of "Oo You", the complete version for "Suicide", "Rock 'n' Roll Springtime" ("Momma Miss America") and an unreleased instrumental called "Cavendish Parade".
Though I have a feeling we don't see any unreleased songs or alternative studio takes on any of these 'Archive Releases'. It would make sense for them to save that for a boxset with only unreleased material and alternative takes. We don't know yet, since the bonus content for the "Band On The Run" deluxe edition didn't gave us a very great clue about that. As we all know - and if you didn't knew you probably missed all the promo interviews
- the original BOTR demos were stolen, so there was nothing to include from that. Though on the other hand there should be some 'Rude Studio' demos for at least "Jet" in the archives.
Back to the "McCartney" album content, user 'etcetera' also said the following songs could make the cut: "Suicide" (One Hand Clapping, 1974), "Suicide" (Abbey Road studio take, 1977), "Hot As Sun" (rehearsals, 1979), "Hot As Sun", "Every Night" and "Maybe I'm Amazed" from Glasgow '79, "Singalong Junk" and "That Would Be Something" from the 1991 "Unplugged" rehearsals, and a yet unknown take of "Man We Was Lonely" with Johnny Cash from 1988.
And that list makes perfectly sense with which I suggested at the beginning of this post. Even "Suicide" from "One Hand Clapping" should be no surprise, since it was cut out off "One Hand Clapping" at the BOTR bonus DVD.