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The Quick Brown Fox Presents: Come Together with The Beatles and Friends


Gestern vor fünfzig Jahren begann die Invasion der britischen Pilzköpfe, auch The Beatles genannt, in den USA. Sie schrieben damals Rock-Geschichte. Anlässlich der Befreiung Amerikas hat The Quick Brown Fox ein Remix / Mashup-Album erschaffen. „Come Together mit den Beatles and Friends“ verbindet die original Vocals der Beatles mit einer Vielzahl von Coverversionen von anderen Künstlern aus den letzten 50 Jahren. Hammer!

Contains elements of „Come Together“ by:
George Benson – 1970 album „The Other Side of Abbey Road“
The Supremes – 1970 album „New Ways But Love Stays“
Ike and Tina Turner – 1970 album „Come Together“
Gladys Knight & the Pips – 1975 album „A Little Knight Music“
Brothers Johnson – 1976 album „Look Out for #1“
Soundgarden – 1989 album „Hands All Over“
The Isley Brothers – 1989 album „Spend the Night“
The Meters – unreleased, previously recorded cover on the 2001 album „Kickback“
101 Strings Orchestra – 2004 album „Best of the Beatles“

Contains elements of „Here Comes the Sun“ by:
We Five – 1970 album „Catch the Wind“
Peter Tosh – 1970 cover later released on 2004’s „Can’t Blame the Youth“
Nina Simone – 1971 album „Here Comes the Sun“
Richie Havens – 1971 album „Alarm Clock“
Koto Ensemble -1981 „The Beatles“

Contains elements of „Day Tripper“ by:
Nancy Sinatra – 1966 album „Boots“
Ramsey Lewis – 1966 album „Wade in the Water“
Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66 – 1966 album „Herb Alpert presents Sergio Mendes & Brasil ’66“
Jose Feliciano – 1969 album „Alive-o! Live at London Palladium“
Mongo Santamaria – 1969 album „All Strung Out“
Koto Ensemble -1981 „The Beatles“

Contains elements of „Dear Prudence“ by:
Ramsey Lewis – 1968 album „Mother Nature’s Son“
Leslie West – 1975 album „The Great Fatsby“
The Jerry Garcia Band – „Live 1990“
Graham Central Station – 2001 album „The Jam: The Larry Graham & Graham Central Station Anthology“
Alanis Morissette – 2003 album „Unreleased and Unleashed“
Tok Tok Tok – 2010 album „Revolution 69“

Contains elements of „Baby You’re a Rich Man“ by:
The Living Guitars – 1968 album „San Franciscan Nights“
Brian Sands – 1979 album „Reheated Chocolate Tangos“
Umphrey’s McGee – 2006 – Live performance at Bonnaroo, Manchester, Tennesee
Abbey Road Troubadours – 2009 album „Groovy Jazz Songs of the Beatles“
Emily Zuzik – 2011 album „Beatles Complete On Ukulele“
Pharmatronik – 2011 album „Aurora“

Contains elements of „Drive My Car“ by:
Black Heat – 1975 album „Keep on Runnin'“
Bobby McFerrin – 1988 album „Simple Pleasures“
Ben From Corduroy – 2008 album „Fab Guiro“
Cadence – 2008 album „Frost Free“
Zeus – 2011 album „Voice Versa“
Willy Chirino – 2013 album „My Beatles Heart“

Contains elements of „Don’t Let Me Down“ by:
Harry J. and the Allstars – 1970 album „Trojan Instrumentals Box Set“
Charlotte Dada – 1971 – recorded in Ghana
Annie Lennox – 1992 live performance included on „Walking on Broken Glass“
Stereophonics – 2001 album „I Am Sam Soundtrack“
The Persuasions – 2002 album „The Persuasions Sing the Beatles“
Planta de Raîz – 2005 album „Album Verde – A Tribute to the Beatles“

Contains elements of „Rain“ by:
Petula Clark – 1966 album „I Couldn’t Live Without Your Love“
Humble Pie – 1975 album „Street Rats“
The Jam – 1977 album „Direction, Reaction, Creation“
Polyrock – 1981 album „Changing Hearts“
Gregg Allman – 1989 album „Dreams“
U2 – Live performance included on „The Golden Unplugged Bootleg Album“
Wang Chung – 2012 album „Revolver“

Contains elements of „Cry Baby Cry“ by:
Ramsey Lewis – 1968 album „Mother Nature’s Son“
Freedom – 1970 album „Freedom at Last“
Throwing Muses – 1991 b-side single „Not Too Soon“
Katie Melua – 2006 maxi-single „Spider’s Web“
Zee Avi – 2009 album „YouTube Sessions“

Contains elements of „A Hard Day’s Night“ by:
Diana Ross and the Supremes – 1964 album „The Supremes – A Bit of Liverpool“
Peggy Lee – 1964 album „In the Name of Love“
Ramsey Lewis – 1964 live performance on the album „In Person 1960-1967“
Ella Fitzgerald – 1965 album „Ella in Hamburg“
Katja Ebstein – 1969 album „The In-Kraut: Vol 3“
Johnny Littrell – 1971 album „Act Naturally“
Banda Plastica De Tepetl – 1993 album „Adios a los Beatles“
101 Strings Orchestra – 2009 album „101 Strings Orchestra Plays the Beatles“

Contains elements of „When I’m 64“ by:
Keith Moon – 1976 album „All This and World War II“
Bison Chips – 1999 album „Party in Your Pants“
David Grisman, John Hartford & Mike Seeger – 1999 album „Retrograss“
Erich Kunzel – 2000 album „Erich Kunzel & The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra Perform Music of the Beatles“
The Del McCoury Band – 2008 album „Moneyland“
C3 Singers – 2012 – A Children’s Choir made up of 4-8 year olds, directed by Brian VanderArk of „The Verve Pipe“

Contains elements of „Get Back“ by:
Clarence Reid – 1969 album „Dancing With Nobody but You, Babe“
Dizzy Gillespie – 1970 album „Cornucopia“
Ike and Tina Turner – 1971 album „Workin‘ Together“
Rod Stewart – 1976 album „All This and World War II“
Billy Preston – 1978 album „Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack“
John Pizzarelli – 1998 album „John Pizzarelli Meets the Beatles“
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band – 2004 album „Welcome to Woody Creek“

Contains elements of „Revolution“ by:
The Head Shop – 1969 album „The Head Shop“
The Grateful Dead – 1985 Live performance
Phish – 1994 Live performance
Soulive – 2010 album „Rubber Soulive“

Contains elements of „Across the Universe“ by:
Cilla Black – 1970 album „Sweet Inspiration“
David Bowie – 1975 album „Young Americans“
Cyndi Lauper – 1989 „Unreleased / Across the Universe“
Fiona Apple – 1998 „Pleasantville Soundtrack“
Lydia – 2003 album „El Disco De La Musica De Los A“
The John Butler Trio – 2004 album „What You Want“
Phosphorescent – 2010 album „Mojo Magazine’s Let it Be Revisited“

Contains elements of „We Can Work it Out“ by:
Petula Clark – 1966 album „My Love“
Deep Purple – 1968 album „The Book of Taliesyn“
Stevie Wonder – 1970 album „Signed, Sealed & Delivered“
Humble Pie – 1975 album „Street Rats“
The Four Seasons – 1976 album „We Can Work it Out“
Chaka Khan – 1981 album „What Cha‘ Gonna Do for Me“
Phil Kaeggy & PFR – 1995 album „Come Together: America Salutes the Beatles“
Pieces of 8 – 2003 album „Hook, Line & Sinker“
Feist – 2007 album „Singles and Duplicates“ Live performance
The Slackers – 2009 album „Lost & Found
Dumbfoundus – 2012 album „Undercover Brotherz“

Contains elements of „I’ve Got a Feeling“ by:
Billy Preston – 1970 album „Encouraging Words“
The Fifth Dimension – 1975 album „Earthbound“
Pearl Jam – 1993 album „Rarities – Live in USA“
Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad – a fictional band covered this song in the 2004 Japanese anime and manga Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad and it was released on their self-titled album.
Tesla – 2007 album „Real to Reel“
Rudy Rotta Band – 2008 album „The Beatles in Blues“
The Besnard Lakes – 2010 album „Mojo Magazine’s Let it Be Revisited“
Junior League Band – 2010 album „Jelly Roll“

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