Continuing story of performing a Beatles song
2020 - The soul of John Lennon is living in this performance.
2002 - Live concert to honour George Harrison. With Eric Clapton, Dhani Harrison etc. The love for George and his compositions is overwhelming.
1972 - My favorite McCartney solo composition performed in a very convincing rock version by Rod Stewart and The Faces. The Faces were former members of the Small Faces. Since 1974 Ron Wood is a Rolling Stones member.
2003 - Hard to see the original version in this shouting heavy version but Leslie created a fine own new version of this George Harrison song.
2002 - From the soundtrack of the film 'I am Sam'.
1994 - Always in his own special interpretation, almost as if he is talking to you, the listener.
1987 - Slowly, very slowly this is working up to a climax of sorts. Released on the B side of a 7" single.
1999 - Almost whispering and nothing will change her world indeed.
2019 - One of the heaviest versions of Come together that I know.
1989 - Japanese metal band does a typical eighties version of this 1969 song.
1970 - Louis van Dyke plays the churchorgan. Improvising through Bach and more, you're in the church. Amen
1964 - Peter Sellers as Dr. Strangelove. The end is spectacular.
2014? - The typical Dutch street organ sound with its typical streetorgan arangements...
Just a very small music box. Nice video though.