|Paul's forty-fifth single.
Credited to "Paul McCartney".
All versions of this release only carried live recordings.
Issued one month before the LP "Tripping The Live Fantastic", ONLY the A-side later appeared upon it. The A-side was
recorded at Knebworth on 30th June 1990, and the B-side 6 months earlier on 9th December 1989 at the Montreal Forum.
The same day a CD single and 12" are released, which both added the tracks, "P.S. Love Me Do" recorded on 21st April 1990
in Brazil at the Maracana Stadium, and "Let Em In" which was recorded 5th March 1990 in Tokyo.
The single was released in a picture sleeve with the cover photo (as seen above) actually taken in Paris at the concert of
9th October 1989 by Eugene Adebari. Also you will see above the new Parlophone label, which first made an appearance on the
12" of "My Brave Face", and is now a regular to Paul's releases.
The promo video includes live footage of the band intercut with (surprise, surprise) film of birthday celebrations. These
take the form of parties through life's ages, from a childrens party, through to an old man celebrating in a pub.
Finally, also above, you will see the label and sleeve of a PROMO(!) for "Birthday" which I received before the actual release date.
Stamped in the centre is a planned release date of 9th October 1990, but the official release actually came out the day
before that planned date.