Sir Paul McCartney has revisited his post-Beatles music career to provide in-depth commentary on an extensive new DVD box set. The rocker spent weeks looking over videos, concert performances, behind-the-scenes footage and TV interviews in a bid to create the perfect career-encompassing package. The MCCartney Years, which will be released in November (07), will feature 40 videos dating back to solo hit Maybe I'm Amazed and two hours of live footage, including his stirring Let It Be performance at Live Aid. After watching the items in the three-volume, four-decade-spanning DVD collection, fans can then switch to a commentary alternative and listen as MCCartney provides information about his most memorable moments as a member of Wings and as a solo performer. The box set also features alternative versions of music videos and the full-length 2005 documentary Creating Chaos at Abbey Road.