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Bad, bizarre, or unconventional covers of Beatles songs by other musicians
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So I've finally heard Mrs. Miller! :D Thanks for that. Sounds like she was enjoying herself!

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Get prepared to Rock. 

 

 

[I have no idea if these should be in best or worst thread (there are others - a whole album worth)]

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 I actually like those.

wetsroosa could have used one on his show introducing the Beatles to children.

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Ahhh Girl said
a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 I actually like those.

wetsroosa could have used one on his show introducing the Beatles to children.

Had I known about them, I would have included them. I grew up on Peanuts, so it would have been perfect. Hell, if I can throw in Looney Tunes covers of the Beatles, I for sure would have gotten Peanuts in there.

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meanmistermustard said
Get prepared to Rock. 

[I have no idea if these should be in best or worst thread (there are others - a whole album worth)]

Ahahaha, I bought this back in the 90s (also grew up with Peanuts). Might want to avoid She Loves You. It ends on a bum note to end all bum notes, and I remember listening for the first time with a friend and literally rolling on the floor laughing.

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a-hard-days-night-ringo-8 She Loves You was one of the others i would have posted but thought two videos of that material was plenty. Never got to the end of it as i found it to be pretty lame whereas there is a sort of innocent childish sweetness to Do You Want To Know A Secret which kind of fits the song. She Loves You on the other hand needs a bit of emphasis and balls for the song to work

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BUMP.

Going back to the Beatles covering themselves and screwing up, George Harrison doing In My Life during that infamous Dark Horse (Hoarse!) tour pretty much sucked.paul-mccartney

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meanmistermustard said

I like the '69 Beatles cover of the '62 Beatles Love Me Do.

Pauls covers on Broad Street are woeful.

I love the many covers they did on those sessions already recorded by themselves in some single or album:
Just to mention a few: Rock N' Roll Music (omitting a verse, but complete) You Really Got A Hold On Me, I'm So Tired (complete - with McCartney in the lead including the gibberish Lennon said at the end of that song), Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (partial, Lennon mockingly in the lead), You Can't Do That (partial), Money (interesting instrumental version). They did so many covers of their old songs although some lasting a few seconds only (i.e Every Little Thing, When I'm Sixty-Four, Back In The USSR). They also did some covers of song that they recorded on BBC (Crying, Waiting, Hoping, Sure To Fall), and even songs that were unreleased either forever or at the moment (Thinking Of Linking, You Know My Name (! - I was surprised to hear this one with vocals; 4 months before they recorded the vocals!!)

Just of curiosity, I went to hear the very infamous William Shatner version of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds...It's an insult! paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

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^^^ Actually, the version of Money (That's What I Want) isn't instrumental, it's just that the lead vocals aren't sung into a microphone, so they're very quiet. 

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There's a lot of bad Beatles' covers, but Tiffany's 'I Saw Him Standing There' is at the bottom of the barrel in my books:

 

 

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TheOneBeatleManiac said

meanmistermustard said

I like the '69 Beatles cover of the '62 Beatles Love Me Do.

Pauls covers on Broad Street are woeful.

I love the many covers they did on those sessions already recorded by themselves in some single or album:
Just to mention a few: Rock N' Roll Music (omitting a verse, but complete) You Really Got A Hold On Me, I'm So Tired (complete - with McCartney in the lead including the gibberish Lennon said at the end of that song), Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da (partial, Lennon mockingly in the lead), You Can't Do That (partial), Money (interesting instrumental version). They did so many covers of their old songs although some lasting a few seconds only (i.e Every Little Thing, When I'm Sixty-Four, Back In The USSR). They also did some covers of song that they recorded on BBC (Crying, Waiting, Hoping, Sure To Fall), and even songs that were unreleased either forever or at the moment (Thinking Of Linking, You Know My Name (! - I was surprised to hear this one with vocals; 4 months before they recorded the vocals!!)

Just of curiosity, I went to hear the very infamous William Shatner version of Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds...It's an insult! paul-mccartneya-hard-days-night-ringo-6

Are these on the Internet? I'd love to listen to 'em.

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parlance said

meanmistermustard said
Get prepared to Rock. 

[I have no idea if these should be in best or worst thread (there are others - a whole album worth)]

Ahahaha, I bought this back in the 90s (also grew up with Peanuts). Might want to avoid She Loves You. It ends on a bum note to end all bum notes, and I remember listening for the first time with a friend and literally rolling on the floor laughing.

parlance

It's not THAT  bad...

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Dearie me thats awful. Poor Snoopy being linked to such garbage.

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meanmistermustard said
Dearie me thats awful. Poor Snoopy being linked to such garbage.

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Maybe it's all Woodstock's fault.

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Not really a cover, but this is the most glorious thing I've ever heard.

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A capella version of Live And Let Die (and yes, I really did seek that out):

 

 

Not half as bad as I'd expected, I like the arrangement. I just wish they'd varied the syllables... and the dynamics, as opposed to starting loud and getting louder.

 

Edit: Another, Glee-style, with choreography, starting around 5:30:

 

 

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