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This Bird Has Flown - A 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles' Rubber Soul - 10/25

Old 07-29-05, 03:40 PM
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This Bird Has Flown - A 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles' Rubber Soul - 10/25

This Bird Has Flown - A 40th Anniversary Tribute to the Beatles' Rubber Soul

The tribute was produced by Jim Sampas and will be released by Razor & Tie Records on October 25, 2005

Tracklisting:

1 Drive My Car - The Donnas
2 Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) - The Fiery Furnaces
3 You Won't See Me - Dar Williams
4 Nowhere Man - Low
5 Think for Yourself - Yonder Mountain String Band
6 The Word - Mindy Smith
7 Michelle - Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
8 What Goes On - Sufjan Stevens
9 Girl - Rhett Miller
10 I'm Looking Through You - Ted Leo
11 In My Life - Ben Lee
12 Wait - Ben Kweller
13 If I Needed Someone - Nellie McKay
14 Run for Your Life - Cowboy Junkies

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Could be hit or miss. Looks like at least 5 or 6 strong tracks though.
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Old 07-29-05, 05:38 PM
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Definitely interested in hearing The Fiery Furnaces & Sufjan Stevens tracks.
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I also really want to hear 14 different artists ruin 14 of the greatest songs of all time.
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I think I will stick to this:



I am Sam Soundtrack

1. Two Of Us - Aimee Mann/Michael Penn
2. Blackbird - Sarah McLachlan
3. Across The Universe - Rufus Wainwright
4. I'm Looking Through You - The Wallflowers
5. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away - Eddie Vedder *
6. Strawberry Fields - Ben Harper
7. Mother Nature's Son - Sheryl Crow
8. Golden Slumbers - Ben Folds
9. I'm Only Sleeping - The Vines
10. Don't Let Me Down - Stereophonics
11. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds - The Black Crowes
12. Julia - Chocolate Genius
13. We Can Work It Out - Heather Nova
14. Help - Howie Day
15. Nowhere Man - Paul Westerberg
16. Revolution - Grandaddy
17. Let It Be - Nick Cave

*One of the greatest songs Eddie Vedder has recorded.

Or if you are feeling daring there is this:



YELLOW MATTER CUSTARD - ONE NIGHT IN NEW YORK CITY (2-CD Set)

The entire legendary Beatles tribute show featuring Mike Portnoy, Neal Morse, Paul Gilbert and Matt Bissonette as recorded at BB King's in New York City on May 18th 2003.

Disc 1

1 Intro
2 Magical Mystery Tour
3 Dear Prudence
4 Dig A Pony
5 She Said She Said
6 I Call Your Name
7 You Can't Do That
8 When I Get Home
9 Nowhere Man
10 Rain
11 Free As A Bird
12 Come Together
13 I Am The Walrus
14 While My Guitar Gently Weeps


Disc 2

1 Baby's In Black
2 I'll Be Back
3 No Reply
4 The Night Before
5 You're Gonna Lose That Girl
6 Ticket To Ride
7 Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey
8 Oh Darling
9 Think For Yourself
10 Wait
11 Revolution
12 I Want You (She's So Heavy)
13 You Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
14 Lovely Rita
15 Good Morning Good Morning
16 Sgt. Pepper (Reprise)
17 A Day In The Life

Available Here There is also a dvd as well. $20 each. I wish there was a package deal. That is the only thing keeping me from picking them up.
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The only two I'm interested in hearing are both from guys named Ben. (Lee & Kweller, not Harper)

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I like a few of those bands, but the two Mr. Corvin posted look more interesting. Hmmm.
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FYI, I finally picked up that Yellow Matter Custard cd set. Received it for Christmas. So after a few weeks of listening, thought I would give some feedback.

Excellent. I highly recommend it. It has something all the other tributes and cover songs lack. FUN. This cd is a blast. This is probably due to a few factors.

-One it is one band of friends on stage just having a good time(they even act like they are the Beatles when talking to the audience) vs. an album of various artists.

-Two, it's live which helps, feeding of the live energy.

-Three, they aren't trying to reinvent the wheel like other artists. For the most part they keep the songs close to the originals which gives off that 60's vibe.

-Four, it isn't a commercial album so there is no pressure to make a hit single or any of that nonsense.

-Five, it isn't just the core hits. They stray a bit and created a good mix of songs.

The only track that strays a bit from the original is While My Guitar Gently Weeps, which is a 7 minute rendition. It is still the same old song you know and love except for a guitar solo in the middle. Brilliant and, IMO, the highlight of the album.

I recommend this over any other tribute cd. If you are looking for one, you can't go wrong with this one.
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^ That sounds pretty good. Lately I've been on a big cover album kick.

Oh and thank you for bumping this thread and reminding me of my new life mission: Tracking down the Fiery Furnaces and taking their picture while I tell them how much I hate them for their version of Norwegian Wood.
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