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

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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!

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Tracklist:
COME TOGETHER
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“

HERE COMES THE SUN
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“

DAY TRIPPER
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“

DEAR PRUDENCE
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“

BABY YOU’RE A RICH MAN
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“

DRIVE MY CAR
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“

DON’T LET ME DOWN
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“

RAIN
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“

CRY BABY CRY
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“

A HARD DAY’S NIGHT
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“

WHEN I’M SIXTY-FOUR
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“ www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqekfJ6Sk2k

GET BACK
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“

REVOLUTION
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“

ACROSS THE UNIVERSE
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“

WE CAN WORK IT OUT
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“

I’VE GOT A FEELING
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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