Nowhere Man – Cover (Jazz Style Piano)
This won’t be everyone’s cup of tea. It’s played jazz style, like you might hear in a piano lounge. But, for those that like that kind of piano, enjoy!
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tomorrow - a song that came from a dream.
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Another classic song from the classic offering that was Rubber Soul, Nowhere Man is written and sung by John Lennon and bears its authors unmistakable melancholy touch. It starts with a perfect three part harmony sung by Lennon, McCartney and George Harrison and was one of the bands first songs entirely unrelated to love or romance.

The songs origins and inspiration were never in doubt, with Lennon stating in an interview with Playboy magazine after the release of Rubber Soul: I'd spent five hours that morning trying to write a song that was meaningful and good, and I finally gave up and lay down. Then 'Nowhere Man' came, words and music, the whole damn thing as I lay down. That the song was written after a big night out may have contributed to its existential air, as Paul McCartney later admitted concern at his song writing partners state of mind at the time.

Recorded in October of 65, Nowhere Man was not released as a single in the bands native UK but and reached number one in Australia and Canada the following year.

As well as the striking minor to major chord change throughout, the lyrics at the bridge of - Nowhere Man please listen, you don't know what you're missing, Nowhere Man, the world is at your command! added to the plaintive refrain Isn't he a bit like you and me? gives the song a particular emotional punch that the intervening years have failed to diminish.