Breakfast With the Beatles returns Saturday at 8am with more music and stories behind the scenes from the Fab Four!...We will feature,among others, a song that John and Paul thought was "rubbish" but became a huge hit...also,a classic from 1965 that gave the boys so much trouble in the studio,that they had to record it at a fast speed and then slow it down to get the right sound...and a song that Paul wrote, trying to "one-up" John's version on the same topic!...Talk about "sibling rivalry"...All this and more Saturday at 8am with Breakfast With the Beatles on 98.7 WNLC......dob
Well, a lot of bands have tried covering BEATLES songs over the years, with mixed results.
But Buzzfeed.com put together a list of the all-time WORST Beatles covers.
--Sean Connery's spoken word version of "In My Life" from 1998 tops the list, which also includes Bill Cosby's version of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", and a cool William Shatner doing a hideous version of "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds".
Imagine it's 1987 again . . . and you're grooving to the new PINK FLOYD single "Learning to Fly".
But instead of DAVID GILMOUR'S guitar solo . . . a beat drops, and David busts out a RAP about flying or something.
--Sounds like a HORRIBLE idea right? Well, it almost happened.
--BOB EZRIN co-wrote the song and co-produced the "A Momentary Lapse of Reason" album with David. He was ALL ABOUT the hip-hop craze that was going on in the mid-'80s, and suggested that they incorporate a rap break into the song. More