Filled with rare music and newsreel clips, this is a personal, in-depth retrospective of one of rock's most influential recording artists. McCartney chronicles his life and times, including his relationship with John Lennon, the Beatles and their break-up, his solo career, Wings, the making of Press to Play and everything in between. Also featuring previously unreleased footage which no collector should be without.
The Paul McCartney Special (1986) -- A program originally produced for the BBC, and aired on television several times in 1986. Originally conceived as a long-form promotional piece for "Press to Play", the BBC staffer (Richard Skinner) persuades Macca to talk about much more, including one of the more in-depth interviews about Wings. All of the interview bits were done at Abbey Road studio #2, leading to some reminiscing on Paul's part. Scattered among the interview are some nice McCartney film rarities (including rarely seen promo clips / videos, concert footage from both the 1973 and 1976 tours, and even a bit of the never released "One Hand Clapping" film). A very nice package, and an absolute must for McCartney fans.