THE BEATLE SHITS – 30 covers of songs by THE BEATLES

Not really a fan of The Beatles, they undoubtedly had some decent tunes but I tend to prefer ’em when other schmucks are playing them. This is a selection of Beatle turds being polished. Before anybody points it out I am aware that some of these are not technically Beatles songs.

01. Radio Ad – Beatles Harmonica Promo
02. Moacyr Marques – The Night Before
03. Jan & Dean – Norwegian Wood
04. The Feelies – She Said She Said
05. Danielle Denin – Quand Tu M’embrasses
06. Percy Faith – You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away
07. The Ladmo Trio – Michelle
08. Matt Monro – Here, There And Everywhere
09. The Flamin’ Groovies – There’s A Place
10. The Alan Lorber Orchestra – Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
11. Johnny Knight – A Hard Days Night
12. The Pleasure Fair – The Things We Said Today
13. Antietam – Rain
14. The Crystalites – Lady Madonna
15. John Keating – Ticket To Ride
16. Daniel Johnston – I Saw Her Standing There
17. Rahsaan Roland Kirk – And I Love Her
18. The Beach Boys – I Should Have Known Better
19. Mohammad Rafi & Asha Bhosle – Dekho Ab To
20. Les Gam’s – Toi L’ami
21. Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 – Daytripper
22. Mel Tormé – She’s Leaving Home
23. Claw Hammer – Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey
24. Booker T & The MG’s – You Can’t Do That
25. The Mighty Fire Steelband – A Hard Day’s Night
26. The Baronets – Oh Je Veux Etre A Toi
27. Harvey Averne – The Word
28. Hüsker Dü – Ticket To Ride
29. Ramsey Lewis – Sexy Sadie
30. Rutles – Cheese And Onions

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4 responses to “THE BEATLE SHITS – 30 covers of songs by THE BEATLES

  1. dannyfu

    Hey mate, check out that album by Death – Spiritual Mental Physical,
    track 2 The Masks is actually a blinding cover of Got to Get You into My Life. Righteous

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  3. john

    those were all written by the beatles and george martin

    • Ummm. had Neil Innes ((Nasty/McQuickly)) down for ‘Cheese and Onions’ & ‘Dekho Ab To’ is from a soundtrack to a bollywood movie called “Janwar” and credited to Shankar Jaikishan & Hasrat Jaipuri (any resemblance to ‘I wanna hold your hand’ is sheer coincidence.

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