Concert Vault

Beatles Covers

By: Concert Vault

23 songs / 1:39:02

  1. 1 Steelism / Something 03:16
  2. 2 The Hooters / Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds 03:59
  3. 3 Rod Stewart / Get Back 05:07
  4. 4 Billy Joel / Back In The U.S.S.R. 03:12
  5. 5 Bourgeois Tagg / Tomorrow Never Knows / Within Without You / Tomorrow Never Knows 07:02
  6. 6 Rufus / We Can Work It Out 08:29
  7. 7 St. Vincent / Dig A Pony 04:26
  8. 8 Jessie Baylin / Rocky Raccoon 03:13
  9. 9 James Taylor / With A Little Help From My Friends 03:45
  10. 10 Rubinoos / Please Please Me 01:46
  11. 11 Richie Havens / Here Comes The Sun 06:03
  12. 12 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young / Blackbird 04:26
  13. 13 The Chambers Brothers / Can't Buy Me Love 01:56
  14. 14 David Cohen / Norwegian Wood 01:17
  15. 15 David Cohen / Here, There And Everywhere 01:53
  16. 16 Journey / It's All Too Much 04:18
  17. 17 Chicago / Got To Get You Into My Life 03:12
  18. 18 Jeff Beck / She's A Woman 06:27
  19. 19 Bonnie Bramlett / I've Just Seen A Face 06:57
  20. 20 Anne Murray / You Won't See Me 03:05
  21. 21 Lighthouse / Hey Jude / Give Peace A Chance / All You Need Is Love 04:28
  22. 22 Joe Cocker / With A Little Help From My Friends 07:50
  23. 23 Chrissie Hynde / In My Life 02:55
Description
The Beatles were good. Really good. Their musical and cultural influence is immeasurable, and to think that it all happened through 12 albums in only 7 years is...well, it's Beatles-esque. This playlist of Beatles covers stands as a testament to how far-reaching their influence is, as artists across genres -- from classic rock to country to '80s arena rock to folk to indie rock -- have all peppered their performances with Beatles tunes. While partly an homage the band's influence on their own careers, this probably also has a little bit to do with the fact that they can count on these songs to be a high point of any set.
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The Beatles were good. Really good. Their musical and cultural influence is immeasurable, and to think that it all happened through 12 albums in only 7 years is...well, it's Beatles-esque.

This playlist of Beatles covers stands as a testament to how far-reaching their influence is, as artists across genres -- from classic rock to country to '80s arena rock to folk to indie rock -- have all peppered their performances with Beatles tunes. While partly an homage the band's influence on their own careers, this probably also has a little bit to do with the fact that they can count on these songs to be a high point of any set.