Yesterday (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Himesh Patel

Yesterday (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Himesh Patel

Himesh Patel

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2019-06-21
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 28

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Yesterday (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Himesh Patel Tracks

Yesterday (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Himesh Patel User Reviews

  • Feel Good Vibes

    5
    By Guam Rose
    Well done and great sound
  • Don’t listen to the boomers

    5
    By Pineapples5000
    You sound amazing don’t even listen to these idiots they know nothing
  • Hits you in the feels!!

    5
    By Drharms
    I loved this movie! Himesh does a fantastic job of hitting home the historical significance of the Beatles’ music in our lives. I will never listen to the Beatles in the same way. I loved the joy, love & emotion he put into each and every song! I am really going to enjoy this music! Reminds us to not forget the past! Love Himesh Patel, beautiful voice!!
  • This was pure fun

    5
    By askworldtraveler
    I was at both Hollywood Bowl concerts - with a deeply flawed sound system - even sitting right next to the pool. This album - and movie - took me back to a magical time where the genius and magic of The Beatles resonated throughout the Bowl - it's that good. Relax and enjoy it. It's not perfect, neither were The Beatles -
  • Yesterday

    5
    By erikaanv
    Loved the movie and soundtrack!
  • Fun album!

    5
    By Chicoartist
    As others have pointed out, this isn’t intended as a stand-alone “cover” album of Beatles songs. Rather, this is very much the soundtrack to the very enjoyable movie, and if you approach this album having seen the film you’ll really enjoy the songs and the visuals from the story of ‘Jack’ and his musical journey. Though not a straightforward cover effort, as a Beatles fan myself I think several of the pieces are actually really good and can indeed stand by themselves as ‘covers.’ If you didn’t see the movie, you missed out on not only a fun movie, but as the credits rolled we got to hear the full “Hey Jude” by the real Beatles coming from those awesome movie theater speakers!
  • Captured

    5
    By exposureco
    The movie gave so much texture to the brilliance of the Beatles songs that I instantly bought my top 5 from the movie the next day. To have these songs in my current playlist has lifted many a mood this week and at 46 years old because of the movie Yesterday I actually feel personally connected to the melodies and lyrics of the Beatles. By having them in my pocket to play they have become relevant to what’s up in my life. I just “completed my album” because all the songs used in the film keep popping up in my head. I realize this isn’t an album review but more of a “why I bought the album” post so I will say the first 5 songs I bought sound perfect and brighter than all songs anywhere and I feel spiritually lifted and armed for battle with songs Let it Be and ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE. I’ll never forget the All You Need Is Love part in the movie and want to thank the Yesterday team for the way the reintegrated some of the best music of all time into my current playlist which otherwise would not include The Beatles.
  • Missing One Song

    1
    By ဝေနသန်
    I’m looking for an original soundtrack called “One Life” performed by Ed Sheeran in this movie, Yesterday. But it’s not here!
  • A very welcomed album

    5
    By C0BAL7-Z
    Pleasantly surprised, and will be waiting for the vinyl so I can add it alongside my original Beatles LPs.
  • Amateurish!

    1
    By Stonerbeachbum65
    This has got to be one of the worst covers of Beatles songs I’ve ever heard. Years back The Smithereens did an excellent job coveting Beatles songs but this is just horrible. How can any true Beatles lover call this good? Whoever the guy is singing is really amateurish like most singers today. I grew up listening to The Beatles and saw them on The Ed Sullivan Show both times in 1964. Wonder what Paul and Ringo think of this cd and the movie? Not much I’m sure.

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