Paul McCartney will deliver a deluxe edition of 'Memory Almost Full' and video tutorials that teach amateurs how to play guitar in 30 minutes.
A deluxe edition of Paul McCartney's 'Memory Almost Full' that reached #3 on Billboard Hot 200, is being prepared for a November release. The album will be distributed by Starbuck's Hear Music on November 16 with some bonuses.
The re-issue will contain a live DVD and three unreleased songs such as 'Why So Blue', '222' and 'In Private'. Five tracks from McCartney's June concert in London's Electric Ballroom plus videos for singles 'Dance Tonight' and 'Ever Present Past' will make it to the DVD.
Meanwhile, McCartney has participated in 'Now Play It', a downloadable video training service that trains amateurs how to play guitar within 30 minutes. Now Play It spokesperson said, "Sir Paul recorded lessons for bass, drums and guitar all inside one hour. He hopes to record further tutorials from his classic back catalogue."
The video will cost 4 pounds each. Other artists contributing similar tutorials include Blur, KT Tunstall, Placebo and Athlete.
Paul McCartney, 'Dance Tonight':