ΟΚ, είναι το “κλασικό” Yesterday για εκατομμυριοστή φορά.
Είναι όμως η πρώτη φορά που ο
Paul το παρουσιάζει σε κοινό, τη συνοδεία – αφανούς, Opera Hall style – ορχήστρας εγχόρδων.
Tο οποίο κοινό, αν και εξ αρχής παραδομένο όπως πάντα, δείχνει να υφίσταται ένα σοκ
διαφορετικής τάξεως από το σύνηθες.
Σε οποιαδήποτε περίπτωση, πρόκειται νομίζω για ένα αξιοσημείωτο στιγμιότυπο, για διάφορους λόγους, συμπεριλαμβανομένων των λουλουδιών του
John στο τέλος.

OK, it’s the “classic”
Yesterday for the millionth time.
But it’s the first time
Paul ‘s performing it in front of an audience, accompanied by an – obscure, Opera Hall style – string orchestra.
The audience, although as always unconditionally surrendered, seems to be having a shock of a quite
different nature.
In any case, I find this a remarkable snapshot for a number of reasons, including
John’s flowers in the end.

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    1. Oannes June 5, 2023 at 10:04 pm

      It is, isn’t it? I never thought I ‘d be moved by this song after all these years! It was like re-discovering it, identifying with the audience.

  1. Resa June 5, 2023 at 11:46 pm

    Yes, it was wonderful!
    Over played over the years, still beautiful in its way, forever.
    I would put “Oh Darling” in this category, but that’s just me. Thank you for this video!

  2. Ken Powell June 6, 2023 at 5:26 pm

    Cracking song is “Scrambled Eggs”! This track is significant for so many reasons not least being the lovely humour the Fab Four had in those middle years. That was something special and largely a product of the Sixties. I don’t think you ever see bands having that sense of fun again.

    1. Oannes June 6, 2023 at 6:16 pm

      Couldn’t agree more!


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