Best Covers of Beatles SongsObviously no artist or band can or will ever cover the Beatles songs like the real deal but this little lot had a bloody good crack at it.
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Talented teenager Jacob Evancho sang lead, with the world's premiere up and coming soprano taking "high harmony" behind him; the effect was as if Paul McCartney had David Crosby behind him.
There is no part of this performance that is less than splendid. - BobG
In a concert near Palm Springs, California.
Fantastic cover by a classic Prog-Thrash-Jazz Fusion-Metal band. Check it out, it adds a great punch to the original, very heavy and groovy
This is my favorite song by the Beatles and also this is my favorite cover version. Coroner just developed further the Beatles idea towards a heavier sound. - Metal_Treasure
Probably The Only Time Someone Performed A Beatles Song Better Than The Beatles, This Completely Different Sounding Cover Is So Much Better! - Bndspitw
What Joe Cocker Version is best cover on the planet.
This is Ultimate Beatles cover even the Beatles have said so
Should be Number 1
Can't be that bad. This Scottish band's version still has plenty of air-play.
From 1969. Buckle your seat belts! - BobG
His smooth vocals tells his own story of a yesterday in his life.
This 'Cornflake Girl's' version is just brilliant, but as I said, The Beatles' version is far betterp
A shame the fine female country duo broke up.
Isle Brothers did this song originally, not The Beatles
Probably the Best Beatle Cover I have heard. It's Basically "Every Little Thing" Drenched in a Pool of Progressive Rock and a Little Bit of Day Tripper thrown in as well
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