Thursday, November 09, 2023

Your Thursday Moment of Beatles-Themed Words Fail Me

Another era-specific take on "Now and Then."

I don't know who that kid is, but my hat's off to him.

I mean, wow. Seriously.

[h/t Gummo]


MJConroy said...

From the 1st comment on YouTube: "The video you are watching is all handmade, one person doing it all with limited equipment but immense talent and love for people and for his work. All the characters, the instruments, the voices, the music editing, the audiovisual editing, the lighting, the set, and the idea is all one person doing it LIVE in only FOUR hours. No AI and no other assistance."


daudder said...

That was really good...

Anonymous said...

I prefer Klattu... ;-) rob

mistah charley, sb, ma, phd, jsps said...

impressive and enjoyable - recommended highly - and i speak as someone who knew the ed sullivan show - 'knew' in the sense that i repeatedly watched his show on live tv - and saw not only the mop tops several times but also their archrivals the rolling stones when they performed their provocatively worded hit song 'let's spend some time together'

M_Sharp said...


mistah charley, ph.d. said...

and this morning youtube presents me with the "epic orchestra" instrumental version

i think it's synthesized instrumental, not unplugged instrumental, and certainly the filmed performers are not performing the music we are hearing

still, it's interesting - and illustrates the truth of robert louis stevenson's


The world is so full
of such marvelous things
I am sure we should all
be as happy as kings.

M_Sharp said...

And just like that- there's another one!

Allan Rosenberg said...

Damn it to hell! & all that other stuff! I knew if I kept listening to The Beatles version of' Now & Then' I'd fall in love with it & I have! It's really, really good! Soon to possibly be great. We'll see soon enough.

Captain Al