If you’re a lover of great-tasting coffee, some-time in the last decade or so you’ll have heard terms like “Third-Wave Coffee”, “Craft Coffee”, and “Artisan Coffee”.
These phrases started becoming more regularly used around the same time your local friendly barista began dressing like an Abercrombie and Fitch catalog model; wearing a button-up shirt with sleeves rolled up just enough to show their beautifully tattooed sleeve(s), amazing hair, perfectly tilted fedora, and latte art skills that left you feeling just a little stressed every time you stirred your coffee, trying to avoid messing up that beautiful rosetta or love heart.
It was the late ’00s and ’10s and specialty coffee shops around the world were serving more latte’s, pour-overs, Chemex, and siphons than ever before.
There are many songs that tell the stories of our lives, or at least some segments of them.
Fabio Marziali a saxophonist and multiintrahenslist, is from Rome, and he does an extraordinary feat on the Beatles’ song.
“Hey Jude” is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a non-album single in August 1968. It was written by Paul McCartney and credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership. The single was the Beatles’ first release on their Apple record label and one of the “First Four” singles by Apple’s roster of artists, marking the label’s public launch. “Hey Jude” was a number-one hit in many countries around the world and became the year’s top-selling single in the UK, the US, Australia and Canada.
Its nine-week run at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 tied the all-time record in 1968 for the longest run at the top of the US charts. It has sold approximately eight million copies and is frequently included on music critics’ lists of the greatest songs of all time.