Salvador Solé Gil schrieb mir folgendes auf meine erstaunte Frage "drei Mal YRGM":
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- Blues version. It really wasn't a full song. It's when Ray explains
way the people from the record company wanted they to play it. Ray plays it
laughing at it. If I had written the song list probably I wouldn't have
included as a full song, but Carlos did it.
- Storyteller/Acoustic version. Ray explains that people from the record
company left the studio just half an hour before finishing the recording,
and then they stopped playing the blues version, plugged in the green amp
and played YRGM as we all know it in the original recording. But after
explainig this he plays the full song acoustic (as in the Storyteller CD).
- Electric version. In the second encore Ray explains a story not included
in the CD about a concert they did when YRGM was having success, his father
that attended to it, some words he said to him, etc, and he remarks again
the extraordinary importance of YRGM in his life (the future with The Kinks,
and the PROUD his father was for it), and suddenly Peter starts playing the
original riff with the electric distorted guitar, and Ray joins to him
singing and playing acoustic, but sounding totally ELECTRIC (the riff keeps
on)as the original version that we all know. Not acoustic at all. And it
wasn't a full song, just the riff with one verse and the chorus. I would
call it a "reprise". I love "Days", and he didn't play it, but anyway YRGM
electric was a perfect final firework too.
Summary: Yes, three times YRGM (blues/record company request,
acoustic/Storyteller , electric/hard rock).
(Quelle: Michael Jordan und Salvador Solé Gil, KPS Nr. 1323)