Noel Gallagher has never shied away from his adoration of The Beatles. It would be hard to be in a British rock and roll band without finding at least a little influence from John, Paul George, and Ringo. But unlike most artists, Gallagher along with his brother and band Oasis, have reached the same heights as their heroes. But this cover is a little different. It also plonks Noel staring down the barrel of a camera with only a mic for company.
This is a list of cover versions by music artists who have recorded one or more songs written and originally recorded by English rock band The Beatles. Many albums have been created in dedication to the group, including film soundtracks, such as I Am Sam and Across the Universe and commemorative albums such as Sgt. Non-Beatles songs credited to Lennon—McCartney are also not included. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article. Lists about The Beatles.
That's generous. It's daunting to imagine how many teenage garage bands have workshopped an unlistenable metal version of "Love Me Do," how many sub-par Soundcloud rappers have freestyled over the "Come Together" riff. When you write songs for the greatest band in history, you inspire your fair share of bad with the good. So it was both daunting and educational to take this deep-dive, assembling the best. Todd Rundgren built a career out of defying pop conventions, but he doesn't experiment much with the Beatles' psych-pop masterpiece. The dream-sequence guitar slides, muted brass, fake fade-out and reversed percussion — it's all here, along with some added fuzz and a heavier drum gallop. But bluesman Lowell Fulson took the concept to a more carnal, less philosophical place: "Why don't we do it in the car?
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