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Music Video: Get Back (The Speek)

Artisit: Paul McCartney & Tina Turner

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1986
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:52

  • Copyright: Paul McCartney & Tina Turner

Music Video For Get Back (The Speek) By Artist Paul McCartney & Tina Turner

Reviews For Get Back (The Speek) By Artist Paul McCartney & Tina Turner

  • The Preview sukz!

    By donald-t
    I concidered buying this but the preview is insurficient! I remain undecided, so the item remains unpourchased!
  • OMG Go Paul, Go Tina!

    By JovianRoseLady
    I am so glad that I purchased this awesome live video! Paul and Tina together is to never be seen again. Great Legs Tina!
  • lo maximo Paul y Tina

    By GrendaLR
    Pronto llegara a Lima.. GRACIAS PAUL McCARTNEY
  • A Classic performance

    By Jerry Newcastle
    This is from the Princess's Trust Concert in the 80's. It would be nice to release the whole concert.
  • Great video!

    By Sadie S.
    This is a great video, for sure. It is too bad that iTunes doesn't have all three songs that Paul sang that night, starting with "I Saw Her Standing There," then "Long Tall Sally," followed by "Get Back." Paul looked and sounded terrific, and electrified the audience.
  • "Oldie But Great"

    By RocnKat
    This was a clip from one of the songs done at a concert recorded in London on June 20,1986 in Wembly Stadium. You could say it is Paul McCartney & friends. Wow, what a great music video!!! Not only is it one of Paul's best rock'n tunes but helping him out is Tina Turner, Bryan Adams, & Paul Young on vocals, Phil Collins on drums, & Elton John on piano. Tina dances around on stage during the number (there is nobody like her), & for a 3:50 min.clip it is one of the best!!! You definitely will not be disappointed with this one. Also, it says at the end of the video, that proceeds help to fund a British children's organization. Very cool, Paul & I-Tunes!!! Bring us more from this concert. Thanks. Keep listening. :~)

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