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Beatles ukulele covers : 1966 – 1967

22 2010

This third post on The Beatles ukulele covers will focus on the years 1966 and 1967, covering the following albums : Revolver, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and Magical Mystery Tour.

Revolver (August 1966)

Ukulele virtuoso Taimane plays a brilliant version of Eleanor Rigby

Fanny Fanlight from the UK covers I’m only sleeping.

A humorous version of Here, There and Everywhere by Tony from the UK.

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (June 1967)

Phil Doleman from the Re-entrants has worked out a great arrangement of Fixing a Hole on a Ohano SK21 sopranino ukulele.

AnnaUK covers With A Little Help From My Friends

And a great instrumental version of With a Little Help from My Friends arranged for 2 ukuleles by the Ukebrudders.

Doctor Sparkles performs Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds, live at the Jumping Flea Circus

Steve Stoeckel and Jamie Hoover of the Spongetones play She’s Leaving Home.

Magical Mystery Tour (November 1967)

Juanele from Argentina performs The Fool on The Hill live

Folkrock4u sings Penny Lane

Dobos László from Hungary covers Your Mother Should Know

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  1. Ron Hale on the 23rd of January 2010 @ 02:16

    Bonjour, Armelle. Fanny Fanlight’s name alone
    amuses, and her voice is reminiscent of the voices of the old Disney animations. Plus the audio and video sync-up very nicely.

    At first glance Tony doesn’t strike one as the Paul McCartney type, but first glances often deceive. Sounds like he inhaled one of those gases that give
    your voice that high pitch.

    Dobos is a natural-born song and dance man if I’ve ever seen one. Bravo!

  2. Armelle Europe on the 23rd of January 2010 @ 23:57

    Ron : Glad you’ve enjoyed. I was very pleased to have found Dobos’video as ukulele videos from Hungary are not that common. It’s funny that Dobos chose to cover this song from the Beatles as it is not one of the best known ones. But the song really suits him perfectly.

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