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Paul McCartney fires up the crowd at Robert Kraft’s exclusive bash

On the set list at the swanky private party: “A Hard Day’s Night,’’ “Love Me Do,’’ “Lady Madonna,’’ “Hey Jude,’’ and a very timely “Back in the USSR.’’

Paul McCartney performs at the Austin City Limits Music Festival's first weekend on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, in Austin, Texas. –Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP

Most of the city was glued to the Sox-Yankees game Tuesday night, but a few lucky souls at Gillette Stadium found their attentions understandably divided.

After all, Patriots owner Robert Kraft invited none other than Sir Paul McCartney to headline his exclusive fall bash — and when the former Beatle starts cranking out hits, it can be hard to concentrate on anything else.

On the set list at the swanky private party: “A Hard Day’s Night,’’ “Love Me Do,’’ “Lady Madonna,’’ “Hey Jude,’’ and a very timely “Back in the USSR.’’ Macca, now touring behind his new album “Egypt Station,’’ didn’t ignore his work with Wings, rolling out 1973’s “Band on the Run’’ for partygoers.