“Put It There” is a song written by Sir Paul McCartney for his album Flowers From The Attic.
A version of the song released on his Tripping The Live Fantastic is one of his last moments playing with wife Linda in concert.
The tempo of this song carries the rhythm of a celtic lilt which comes off as kind, confident and clear.
Meanspeed-Spencer tempo summary
|song title=PUT IT THERE|
|composer=Sir Paul McCartney|
|performer=Sir Paul McCartney|
|album=Tripping The Live Fantastic|
|event=last tour with Paul’s wife Linda Eastman McCartney|
|mean speed/average expected tempo=90.4 beats per minute|
|average beat, with the quarter note receiving the beat=663 milliseconds|
|average measure=2.654 seconds per whole note|
|emotional concept as predicted by the Newman Scale=enthusiasm, songs at 90-97 bpm)|
August 20, 2009
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