Wednesday, July 01, 2020

Your Wednesday Moment of Words Fail Me

Apparently, this is an official video for George Harrison's gorgeous "What Is Life."

I have no idea who is responsible for this, or when it's from, but I must confess I completely lost it yesterday when I stumbled across it at YouTube.

Seriously -- if this doesn't reduce you to a puddle of tears, I don't want to know you.


Sal Nunziato said...

In 2008, I put together a slide show for the 50th birthday of one my dearest friends. Her favorite Beatle is George, so I used "What Is Life" as the soundtrack to about 100 stills of all of us in various places- each other's weddings, road trips, vacations, etc. There wasn't a dry eye in the house. I will never hear that song again without thinking of that birthday week, which seven of us spent a friend's house in Santa Fe. This song is perfection and this video is beyond wonderful. Thanks for the share and for letting me share.

steve simels said...

I hear ya, pal.😀

steve simels said...

The short version is that George's widow Olivia and son Dhani had an online contest for fans to do a video for the song. This was the winner.

The gal is Emma Rubinowitz, who apparently is from the San Francisco ballet.