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The Off-White Album: Beatles Redone

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Baba Yaga  Back In The U.S.S.R.  buy on itunes
Graham Central Station  Dear Prudence  buy on itunes
Mighty Vinyl  Glass Onion  buy on itunes
Celia Cruz  Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da  buy on itunes
The Pixies  Wild Honey Pie  buy on itunes
Phish  The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill  buy on itunes
Badi Assad  While My Guitar Gently Weeps  buy on itunes
The Breeders  Happiness Is A Warm Gun  buy on itunes
Ambrose Slade  Martha My Dear  buy on itunes
You Am I  I'm So Tired  buy on itunes
Sarah McLachlan  Blackbird  buy on itunes
Theodore Bikel  Piggies  buy on itunes
Lena Horne  Rocky Raccoon  buy on itunes
Carolina  Don't Pass Me By  buy on itunes
Jimmy Thackery & The Drivers  Why Don't We Do It In The Road?  buy on itunes
John Holt  I Will  buy on itunes
Chocolate Genius  Julia  buy on itunes
Kevin Max  Birthday  buy on itunes
Jeff Healey Band  Yer Blues  buy on itunes
King's Singers  Mother Nature's Son  buy on itunes
Flake  Everybody's Got Something To Hide  buy on itunes
Paul Weller  Sexy Sadie  buy on itunes
The Bobs  Helter Skelter  buy on itunes
Elliot Smith  Long Long Long  buy on itunes
Kenny Neal, Lucky Peterson, Tab Benoit  Revolution 1  buy on itunes
Tuck & Patti  Honey Pie  buy on itunes
They Might Be Giants  Savoy Truffle  buy on itunes
Samiam  Cry Baby Cry  buy on itunes
The Shazam  Revolution 9  buy on itunes
Swingle Singers  Goodnight  buy on itunes


I was only able to compile all of these songs with help from several people, one of whom (Neill) posted an earlier cover of the White Album called "The White Owl Barn". I tried not to use too many of the songs from that post. In my opinion, there are some amazing songs here. Baba Yaga's Back in the USSR is just great. Graham Central Station, Badi Assad, Sarah McLachlan, the King's Singers, The Bobs, and Kenny Neal, Lucky Peterson, & Tab Benoit all do great interpretations of the songs that make you hear them in a new light. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da, considered by some to be one of the worst pop songs of all time, is wonderfully covered by Celia Cruz in a way that makes it much better than the original.


Date: 6/3/2004
Excellent work! We gotta get another Beatles cover trade going.
Date: 6/3/2004
Great Idea- I will check out the other mix you mentioned.

How many albums (especially doubles!) could you do the same for??
Date: 6/3/2004
Great work! I love these Beatles redone mixes.
Date: 6/3/2004
Nicely done!
Date: 6/3/2004
Mmm! I'd love to hear that Mighty Vinyl take on one of my fav' Beatles tracks...good job!
Date: 6/3/2004
Kick ass!
James Jackson
Date: 6/3/2004
Great job.
Mike Pike Set
Date: 6/3/2004
very very cool!
Mike Eternity
Date: 6/3/2004
"off-white"...good one! And I applaud the accomplishment that, aside from Sarah McLachlan, none of these are obvious or really familiar covers. Not that it isn't still fun, but too many mixes of this kind tend to include the same dozen or so famous covers. Very creative here, lots for Beatles fans to explore
Date: 6/5/2004
Fantastic. Extra nice for avoiding most of the obvious choices.
joey de vivre
Date: 6/7/2004
Maybe your best yet! I like to imagine putting one of these Beatle or Dylan recreations in the background for an unprepared listener & see how long it takes for them to snap to attention. Not long, I bet.
Date: 8/21/2007

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