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The best Beatles covers (other musicians covering Beatles songs)
29 July 2011
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I Me Mine said:

An amazing acoustic cover of All You Need Is Love by 11-year old (!!) (when the video was uploaded) Sungha Jung:

That's awesome! I hadn't noticed this until now.

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30 July 2011
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mithveaen said:

Wow that girl did it very well!!!

Yea! She's good.

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18 August 2011
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In an earlier thread ("Beatles Elevator Music"), I posted about how I'd heard an awful jazz cover of "A Day In The Life". While searching for said cover on Youtube, I came up with an incredible cover by Jeff Beck (formerly of the Yardbirds).

Check it out:

 

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12 September 2011
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Let's see, how about a little Canadian artwork: PM Stephen Harper singing With A Little Help From My Friends. And believe me, not all Canadians are as crazy as the comments seem. Enjoy!

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13 September 2011
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I liked the cover of With A Little Help.

 

A couple of good, different cover versions

Why Dont We Do It In The Road? – Lowell Fulson

Taxman – Junior Parker

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13 September 2011
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If Fulsom had waited just a couple of years, he could have had the "One beetle screwing another" picture from the back of Ram.

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13 September 2011
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That Jeff Beck cover never ceases to amaze me. God among men when it comes to playing guitar.

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13 September 2011
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The Jerry Garcia Band performing a version of "Dear Prudence". I know Jerry always got the words wrong, but I like Jerry's expansive take on this.

8 November 2011
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Since I mentioned the King's Singers in another thread I feel the strong urge to share this incredible listening experience with you.

They are one of the most famous and successful a cappella groups in the world and legendary in their precision and humour.

People unfamiliar with "counter tenors" might feel irritated by the very high male voice at times, but you might get used to it!

Enjoy!!

Blackbird

 

Can't Buy Me Love (as a medival madrigal!)

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And I Love Her (breathtaking!!)

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Honey Pie (hilarious live version)

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Obladi-Obladi (live)

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Back In The USSR (performed by a student's choir)

and, of course, Yesterday

I can't stop, one more:

Michelle

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8 November 2011
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Brilliant! I especially like And I Love Her and Honey Pie. Totally suited to this kind of performance. The madrigal is inventive, too.

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9 November 2011
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They remind me of the Spinners (the liverpool ones not detroit). I actually like that kind of music as its interesting to how they use just their voices yet come up with some fascinating and fun sounds.

"Well, probably we'll sell less records, less people'll go to see the film, we'll write less songs, and we'll all die of failure" (John Lennon 8/64)
16 January 2012
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I love this cover version of one of my favourite Beatles songs, "Cry Baby Cry". Wanted to share it with you, enjoy it if you can. J.L R.I.P

 

The Norwegian band Seven won a cover song competition with this version of the eminent "Cry Baby Cry" – run by EMi Records, the Norwegian paper Dagbladet and Norwegian radio P3, together with 4 others out of a total 250 bands. Seven has released a total of five albums.

 

Listen to it!

16 January 2012
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Good chorus.

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17 January 2012
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I was never a huge fan of that song in the first place, but I think that's a good interpretation of it.

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9 February 2012
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King's Singers did many a cappella versions.

 

I like this version by Kalkapela of Till There Was You

 

 

10 February 2012
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Go to this link.

 

http://www.archive.org/details…..hevy_chase

 

Click on track 5. It's epic. LOL!!

 

And check this. This is a fantastic Mexican duet and today a student told me they do a Blackbird version. Her voice is perfect for the song.

 

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10 February 2012
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Yes, nice version of Blackbird (I'm focusing on the guitar).

The Chevy Chase "Let It Be" sounds like the Chipmunks! That'll be fun to play at Christmas. I'd never heard that album; some of the other tracks are good too!

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11 February 2012
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Easy. William. Shat.Ner. Lucy. In the sky. With Diamonds.

5 March 2012
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great forum, couldn't resist putting out little tributes to the boys up.

 

This one was our go at George's – Your Love Is Forever we did for MOJO Magazine.

 

And this one for John, in recorded in Liverpool…

 

cheers guys and keep up the forum, lots of good stuff. 

 

Trevor. 

http://www.trevormossandhannahlou.com

6 March 2012
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 recently, new edition of xfactor started in Poland and here's what was happening at the time. the tittle above says: amazing Anna and a tale about becoming a star… (and it really is for me).  http://xfactor.tvn.pl/wideo/1,…..564.html  I think Paul'd be impressed.

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