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This guy plays his own rendition of the Beatles Yesterday.
14 Aug 2006
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kakha kukhianidze yesterday live
28 Nov 2007
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frazer kennedy sings yesterday's gone, easy listening, celtic folk, alternative rock
31 Jan 2008
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Giles Martin, Grammy Award-winning producer, and an award-winning guitarist teach you how to play "Yesterday" by The Beatles from Abbey Road Studios in London. This is a sample of a 47 minute video available for download at iVideosongs****.
1 Oct 2009
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Beatles - Yesterday, instrumental version on acoustic guitar
13 May 2008
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Piano performance of "Yesterday", with two versions - one normal, and the other polka. The video is taken from above, so it's easy to see the keys :D Check out my website for more: *******youtube.mikeyberman****
16 May 2008
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AMV - Cowboy Bebop - Beatles - Yesterday
27 May 2008
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Ex-GATHERING singer Anneke van Giersbergen: "The video, directed by Wilf (, was created with help from subsidised money from a Dutch fund. The video is a sweet melancholic video which tells the love story of the song 'Day After Yesterday.' The flight attendant is an image of myself."
6 Jun 2008
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Xena and Gabby- Goodbye to yesterday Music By: No Angels- Goodbye to yesterday Video By: XenaGabby15
10 Nov 2008
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Me and my friend playing along From Yesterday from 30 seconds to mars. Enjoy ;)
17 Aug 2008
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Betty Everett - 1900 Yesterday [Uni] - 1969 Betty Everett sang gospel growing up in Greenwood, MS, before relocating to Chicago and moving into secular music. She began recording for Cobra in 1958, then joined Vee-Jay in the early '60s and started to land hit records. Her original version of "You're No Good," though sung with fire and verve, didn't make much impact until it was turned into a number one pop hit by Linda Ronstadt in 1975. Her next single, "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)," was her first major release, peaking at number six pop in 1964. Her next success was the duet "Let it Be Me" with Jerry Butler, a soul version of the Everly Brothers tune that reached number five RB that same year. Everett's finest song as a solo act was 1969's "There'll Come a Time," which reached number two on the RB charts and also cracked the pop Top 30 at number 26. Everett was now on Uni, where she remained until 1970. She continued recording for Fantasy until 1974 and made one other record for United Artists in 1978. A comeback performance for the 2000 PBS special Doo Wop 51 was her last public appearance; she died at her Wisconsin home in August 2001. _________________________ Ron Wynn, All Music Guide _________________________
27 Sep 2008
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BUY IT: *******www.caachi****/Members/adv/yesterday/view - A big-budget, futuristic drama set in 2020 about a mysterious set of kidnappings on the border between China and a unified Korea. A police detective shaken by the loss of his son is put in charge of the investigation, which ultimately leads him back twenty years into the past. A gritty, dark-edged sci-fi drama.
18 Nov 2008
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