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1992 May 12: Boston (US) Evening at Pops
A tribute to Paul McCartney with Nina Simone, the Canadian Brass, Jerry Hadley and the King's Singers. Guest conductor: Carl Davis (McCartney's collaborator on the "Liverpool Oratorio").

"Evening at Pops" is an American concert television series, one of the longest-running programs on PBS. The program is a public television version of a variety show, performed by the Boston Pops Orchestra. It was taped at Symphony Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. Most shows feature a guest star, usually a well known singer or musician, most commonly within popular music or sometimes rock, folk, jazz or other musical genres. After one or two opening numbers by the Pops, the guest would be brought onstage. Usually the guest would sing several their own hits or songs associated with them, with accompaniment by the Pops. After concluding their set, the guest artist would leave the stage, and the Pops would play one or two closing numbers.

00:44 Let It Be (Nina)
04:48 The Long and Winding Road (Nina & Boston Pops)
09:55 Yesterday (The King's Singers, David Hurley, soloist)
13:00 Eleanor Rigby
15:50 All You Need Is Love (Nina, Jerry Hadley, The King's Singers, The Canadian Brass & The Boston Pops Orchestra)

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Let It Be John Lennon, Paul McCartney
The Long and Winding Road John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Yesterday John Lennon, Paul McCartney
Eleanor Rigby John Lennon, Paul McCartney
All You Need Is Love John Lennon, Paul McCartney