Just like its Denis Law equivalent, it’s accompanied by the Beatles:
I particularly like the Rodney Marsh/Best interchanges towards the end. In the early ’90s, my lunchtime pub was the Phene Arms in Chelsea, which happened at the time to be Best’s local too. I have three principle memories of Best there, and these are: (1) he was always in Marsh’s company (2) he was otherwise left as alone as anyone else (3) I never saw him drink any alcohol. Those were the last days of lunchtime drinking, and we usually put away a couple of pints each. Not him.
For all that, of course, it didn’t work out for him. But it would take a towering snob not to see what I think most of us see in that video, and I’m one of those who think he left us something glorious behind.