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TA1LGUNN3R wrote:Aradhus wrote:TA1LGUNN3R wrote:I've never liked anything that the Beatles did (together or solo),
I genuinely don't believe you. I think you don't want to like anything the beatles did, for whataver reason. Probably partly something to do with the type of personality that finds objectivism appealing.
Perhaps. It may be because Yellow Submarine is quite possibly the most annoying song ever, though.
oVo wrote:Summertime, is an aria from the 1935 opera Porgy and Bess,
written by George Gershwin with lyrics by DuBose Heyward.
First recorded by Abbie Mitchell, the following year Billie Holiday hit #12 on the US Pop Charts
and there are over 2600 covers of this song out there.
Ella Fitzgerald... Miles Davis.. . Anita Baker... The Doors... Irini Raikou... UFO
Joni Mitchell with Herbie Hancock & Stevie Wonder . . . Black Pearl Quartet ...
Owned by Janis Joplin in the Studio with Big Brother & the Holding Company and Live!
oVo wrote:All Along the Watchtower - released by Bob Dylan, 1967
I was looking for Dylan performing this with The Band in the 70's
by Dave Mason, back then and recently also with Los Lobos and The Allman Brothers Band
by Jimi Hendrix on the Electric Ladyland album and here
The Jeff Healy Band . . . U2 . . .Pearl Jam . . . Neil Young/Bruce Springsteen
. . .Dave Matthews . . . XTC . . .