|Woman performed by Peter & Gordon ()|
There's a bit of a story to this one.
Peter Asher, who was the Peter part of this duo, was the brother of Jane Asher who was Paul McCartney's girlfriend at the time of this song, asked Paul to write them a song.
They decided it would be interesting to see if it would be a hit without the Paul McCartney/Beatle stamp on it. So they released this song saying that it was written by a Mr. Bernard Webb.
It only reached No. 28 in the British charts.
Jane Asher, many years later, chose it as one of her 'Desert Island Discs', but she never talks about Paul or her Beatle days and failed to tell the story around the song.
Very nice string arrangement/intro.
This was the early days of using classical instruments in pop songs. I think the classical slant is what appeals to me most about this recording.