The Guardian writes: "There are many ways you can get to see the youthful Paul McCartney these days – YouTube, BBC documentaries, the short films that come with the Beatles' newly remastered CDs – but the best way is the Paul McCartney Soundcheck Package.
McCartney demonstrated this a few weeks ago at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. It was 4pm, and there were about 80 people in the stadium. A few of these were lighting and sound engineers, but most were competition winners from local radio stations and fans who had paid extra for a VIP experience. McCartney smiled a lot as he played songs from Hamburg (Matchbox, Honey Don't), songs from the Cavern (All My Loving), songs from Top of the Pops (C Moon, Let 'Em In) and songs from his schooldays (Leaning on a Lamppost)..."