Paul McCartney & David Gilmour

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Paul McCartney continues to stay Out There as the former member of The Beatles keeps adding concerts to his tour schedule. Former Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour also has a tour planned (as well as a new solo album) and earlier this week a recording of his version of The Beatles’ “Here, There And Everywhere” surfaced. For this week’s installment of Sunday Cinema we’re taking a look back at times when the two legendary British musicians shared the stage together for a number of joint live performances.

This first clip comes from a 1999 performance at The Cavern Club in Paul’s hometown of Liverpool, England. The video below features a lineup that includes McCartney, Gilmour and Ian Paice – who that year recorded Paul’s album Run, Run, Run together – performing The Beatles classic “I Saw Her Standing There.”

Also in 1999 McCartney, Gilmour and Paice along with Mick Green and Pete Wingfield appeared on the BBC talk show Parkinson. The group performed “All Shook Up” and “Honey Hush” and while Gilmour and McCartney performed “Your Loving Flame” as and Sir Paul tackled “The Long And Winding Road” solo.

The group also appeared in 1999 on Later with Jools Holland performing “Brown Eyed Handsome Man” as well as a concert for PETA where they played “No Other Baby.”

Finally, not a live performance but included here nonetheless, below is the official video for Paul McCartney’s 1984 hit single, “No More Lonely Nights” which features Gilmour on the song’s recording.

Paul McCartney & David Gilmour

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