THE AUDIENCE HEARS ‘YESTERDAY’ JUST ONE TOO MANY TIMES:

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7 Responses to “THE AUDIENCE HEARS ‘YESTERDAY’ JUST ONE TOO MANY TIMES:”

  1. Markzapp says:

    Paul McCartney in an alternate universe with no fans!

  2. Kwai Chang says:

    Finally, a venue more intimate than the Forum in Inglewood…

  3. Rori says:

    ha har ha, I actualy spit my tea out. Very funny.

  4. Brian says:

    One too many times is about right — songs get worn out like anything else, ‘Yesterday’ is no exception…

    Perhaps if he did like Dylan and re-arranged the most famous tunes a bit, rather than “faithfully reproducing” them.

  5. Ron says:

    i thought that too: why doesn’t he rearrange his stuff like Dylan? Maybe it’s because Dylan’s stuff is more easy to rearrange because it is simpler in its core. Or could you think of a different version of Penny Lane? Or Yesterday as a blues? And maybe in this case Paul is right: Most of the audience wants to hear the songs as they know them.

  6. kth says:

    that was just too funny!

  7. John says:

    Oh I don’t know?
    He did a marvelous send-up of “Yesterday” towards the end of “Give My regards to Broadstreet”. Remember?
    Very funny bit indeed. Wish he did more of it.

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