Japanese Breakfast has released their cover of Yoko Ono’s ‘Nobody Sees Me Like You Do’ as a part of the Ocean Child: Songs Of Yoko Ono compilation.
“A Hard Day’s Night” is a song by the English rock band The Beatles. Written by John Lennon, and credited to Lennon-McCartney, it was released on the movie soundtrack of the same name in 1964. It was later released as a single, with “Things We Said Today” as its B-side.
The song featured prominently on the soundtrack to the Beatles’ first feature film, A Hard Day’s Night, and was on their album of the same name. The song topped the charts in both the United Kingdom and United States when it was released as a single. Featuring a prominent and unique opening chord, the song’s success demonstrated that the Beatles were not a one-hit wonder in the US.
Two Door Cinema Club have shared their delightful cover of John Lennon’s ‘Isolation’ in an effort to raise funds for Ireland’s leading social justice charity, Extern.
Frontman Alex Trimble recorded a cover of the John Lennon classic at his makeshift home studio. The track originally featured on Lennon’s 1970 debut solo album John Lennon / Plastic Ono Band and has been covered by a host of names such as Johnny Depp and Jeff Beck as well as Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo during this current strange period of self-isolation.
L’any 1964 The Beatles treien el single “Twist & Shout” als E.U.A. La cançó era una versió de l’original publicada l’any 1961 pels Top Notes. La versió triada pel nostre il Dottore formava part del disc de debut dels Fab Four , Please Please Me. Aquest àlbum de deu cançons fou gravat en deu dies i el productor George Martin va deixar la nostra versió de la setmana pel final de tot atès que sabia que la veu de John Lennon es veuria afectada amb la interpretació degut a un constipat. La cançó va enfilar-se fins el top-2 de les llistes.