Thursday, September 17, 2009

Some for the late night crew! The Beatles covered!

My main man Choice (DJ Scope of ) posted "Times Up" today and got me thinking of this-i only have it on some vinyl compilation but a great Beatles cover and a terrific break! This and a recent article at Soul Sides got me thinking of one or two more of my favourite Beatles covers. There's hundreds of amazing ones, off the top of the dome here are ten off mine!


Here are some more great Beatles covers

Ramsey Lewis

Al Green

Smokey Robinson (couldn't find the amazing Detroit Emeralds version on youtube)

Fiona Apple

Ike and Tina

Blendcrafters (this was huge for me)

Marvin Gaye

Stevie Wonder

The Five Stairsteps

And another killer Ramsey Lewis


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