A curious mixture of Ballad, Mambo, Flamenco, Windy Choir, and Nighttime brings this recomposition of the old classic into reality.
To view the publishing agreement for this recomposition/adaptation granted by the copyright owners go to: http://ferrantemusic3.byethost13.com/12.htm
COMMENTS FROM PEOPLE
I was really impressed with the quality of the performance and your new arrangement.
(Sam Winwood of Sony Music Entertainment UK)
I must say I found it a very original and quite virtuoso arrangement.
(Richard Dunn of BBC World Service)
I found it a very interesting arrangement.
(Andy Turner of London Capital Radio)
Thanks for your highly original version of Hey Jude.
(Bill Bruford, "Yes" drummer)
If you are the guitar lead, you got to be with the stars, awesome and fast. and kind of trio beat, good arrangement. (John P.)
Great version of hey jude. (Tony C.)
Love the touch for this evergreen. Enjoyed the listen and the original approach to the song. (George P.)
The first time I recall someone making a cover version of a song with express written permission. And even better, you've taken a classic and made it your own. You have breathed new life into it and taken it in a very interesting and different direction. (A. Clarke)
Bloody Brilliant!! (Nick Grieve)
I don't think many people see how clever this arrangement is..Fantastico!! (The Sixties)
I totally agree--I am in the queue for guitar lessons!!! (Nick Grieve)
This is very good....nice arrangement...luv the guitar playing. (Moishe464)
Very cool RWJ. (Spirit21)
One word, N E A T !!! (Clifton)
Shangri-La kicks Butt. (Bluespiral)