We Can Work It Out: Covers Of The Beatles 62-66 - We Can Work It Out: Covers Of The Beatles 62-66 | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Dick Rivers Love Me Do (Je Suis Fou)
2. The Rattles P. S. I Love You
3. Mary Wells Please Please Me
4. Kenny Lynch Misery
5. Duffy Power I Saw Her Standing There
6. Billy J. Kramer with the Dakotas Do You Want to Know a Secret
7. Mike Redway Bad to Me
8. The Crickets from Me to You
9. The Baconeers She Loves You
10. The Merseymen I'll Get You
11. The Fourmost Hello Little Girl
12. The Kestrels There's a Place
13. Tommy Quickly ; Remo Four Tip of My Tongue
14. Cilla Black Love of the Loved
15. Les Lionceaux It Won't Be Long (Le Temps Est Long)
16. Marilyn Powell All My Loving
17. Gregory Phillips Don't Bother Me
18. Jackie Lynton Little Child
19. Count Basie Hold Me Tight
20. Mike Redway I'll Keep You Satisfied
21. Adam Faith I Wanna Be Your Man
22. Claude Francois I Want to Hold Your Hand (Laisse-Moi Tenir Ta Main)
23. Shirley Abicair This Girl
24. Peter and Gordon a World Without Love
25. Baby Cortez Can't Buy Me Love
26. The Supremes You Can't Do That
27. Frank Bacon Nobody I Know
28. The Applejacks Like Dreamers Do
29. The Mamas ; the Papas I Call Your Name
30. Frank Alamo a Hard Day's Night (Je Me Bats Pour Gagner) 31 Dino ; I Kings I Should Have Known Better (Cerca Di Capire)
31. The Coterie If I Fell
32. Mark Wynter and I Love Her
33. Me ; Them Tell Me Why
34. Joe Cocker I'll Cry Instead
35. Strawberry Fair Things We Said Today
36. Brotherhood When I Get Home
37. The Buckinghams I'll Be Back
38. Trea Dobbs It's for You
39. The Ventures I Feel Fine
40. Noel Harrison She's a Woman
41. Les Lionceaux No Reply (Ne Ris Plus)
42. The Hi-Fi's Baby's in Black
43. Glyn Johns I'll Follow the Sun
44. Alma Cogan Eight Days a Week
45. The 5th Dimension Ticket to Ride
46. The In-Sect Yes It Is
47. Mary Wells Help!
48. The Inbetweens the Night Before
49. Jan ; Dean You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
50. The Sunshine Company I Need You
51. The Baskervilles Another Girl
52. The Five Man Electrical Band You're Going to Lose That Girl
53. The Baskervilles You Like Me Too Much
54. Charles River Valley Boys I've Just Seen a Face
55. David ; Jonathan Yesterday
56. P. J. Proby That Means a Lot
57. Mae West Day Tripper
58. Swingshift We Can Work It Out
59. Paraffin Jack Flash LTD Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
60. Madeline Bell You Won't See Me
61. Tony Rivers ; the Castaways Nowhere Man
62. Gary McFarland and Gabor Szabo the Word
63. The Free Design Michelle
64. The Truth Girl
65. Davy Graham I'm Looking Through You
66. Jose Feliciano in My Life
67. Frankie Vaughan Wait
68. The Cryan' Shames If I Needed Someone
69. The Transatlantics Run for Your Life
70. Tempest Paperback Writer
71. Petula Clark Rain
72. The Senate Yellow Submarine
73. Erick Saint Laurent Eleanor Rigby
74. Junior Parker Taxman
75. Zoot I'm Only Sleeping
76. Swingshift Here, There and Everywhere
77. Jimmy James Good Day Sunshine
78. Spanky ; Our Gang and Your Bird Can Sing
79. Liza Minnelli for No One
80. Rage Doctor Robert
81. The Rackets I Want to Tell You
82. Jackie Trent Got to Get You Into My Life
83. Steve Marcus Tomorrow Never Knows
84. The Four Preps a Letter to the Beatles

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3CD compilation that focuses on the massive influence The Beatles had on a multitude of artists in disparate genres throughout numerous countries, right from the very start. Featuring Mary Wells, Count Basie, Cilla Black, Joe Cocker, PJ Proby, Mae West, Jose Feliciano, Jimmy James, Liza Minelli and many more. After the release of the band's first single, 'Love Me Do' in October 1962, Beatlemania commenced almost instantly and soon their own recordings, as well as covers by others, were omnipresent. In this collection we find artists from France, Holland, America, Italy, New Zealand, Hungary, and Puerto Rico, all proving that The Beatles songs were so great that it didn't matter what language they were sung in. Sunshine pop sits next to raw soul while bluegrass nudges up against jazz. Serious British folkies mix with campy Hollywood legends as Hungarian gypsy guitar makes way for proto psychedelia - nothing was safe from the all-encompassing influence of The Fab Four! This wild variety of musical styles not only illustrates the strength of the compositional skills of Lennon, McCartney and Harrison but also provides an engaging and eclectic listening experience that appeals to fans of The Beatles in particular as well as those who like popular music in general.