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From The Wall Street Journal, Speak Easy, August 10th 2015:
When Paul McCartney wrote John Pizzarelli a letter suggesting he record an album of the former Beatle’s songs, the jazz guitarist and singer quickly signed on. A video for one of those songs, “Let ’Em In,” premieres today on Speakeasy.
Piano anchored the original version, which opened McCartney’s 1976 album with Wings, “Wings at the Speed of Sound.” Pizzarelli shortens the tune and makes it swing, with splashy hi-hat cymbals, horn accents and a lithe piano part. Pizzarelli’s vocals have a studied nonchalance, and he scat-sings along with his fluid guitar solo.
Last updated on August 31, 2015