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Author Topic: Which live performance/version of Here, There and Everywhere do you prefer?  (Read 923 times)

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Brynjar

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Just out of curiosity..
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Well 1993 because he sings it slightly better. It's a prime candidate for a new arrangement in a lower key...
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Well 1993 because he sings it slightly better. It's a prime candidate for a new arrangement in a lower key...

I agree with this.

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If I had the choice of course I'd listen to the 1966 recording from the studio where they sing it. That's the best version. However if I was there tomorrow and he "mangled" it I'm sure I'd be taken away with the excitement and verve of being there. Strokes for horses.

I don't think his vocals from '89-'93 are all that great really (of course compared to how it was before).

This was more or less the last time we heard that real sweet voice...

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It started going a bit squeaky around Flowers in the Dirt, I blame the andropause...  ;D
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That's right folks, all roads lead to Press to Play.
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