Did Radiohead cover Something by the Beatles and if so what album is it on if any?
Radiohead did cover the Beatles' "Something". It is on the "Raretrax 2" album.
The second Beatles album was "with the Beatles". It was made in 1963 and lots of songs of theirs we know are on it. It uses the same cover art as the album "Meet the Beatles" which was released exclusively in the U.S.A for their tour here.
What beatles album is valued at 2200.00 and has a white cover with 4 separate pictures of each beatle?
This would be "The Beatles" album or mostly known as "the white album"
Hire their friend Klaus Voormann, and give him some photos to work with.
he designed the album cover for sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band by the beatles
They weren't the first, but the Beatles did cover the song on With the Beatles. It first appeared on The Beatles' Second Album in the US.
The cover of the Abbey Road album shows all four members of The Beatles in the middle of a crosswalk. It was their eleventh studio album and the last one that they would release.
The double album released in 1968 is actually called 'The Beatles' but is much more commonly referred to as 'The White Album' because of it's plain white cover.
Robert Freeman, also designed the covers for Beatles for Sale, Help! and Rubber Soul.
What was the title of the beatles 1966 album that they had to change the cover on because it was so offensive?
I believe that was the American released album, Yesterday and Today. The original 'butcher' album cover had The Beatles in white butchers' outfits, covered in decapitated baby dolls and meat. This was considered offensive so the cover was changed.
That infamous album cover was on early issues of "Yesterday and Today."
The Beatles released a self-titled double album, The Beatles, in November 1968. The public called it the "White Album" for its plain white cover, and later so did everyone.
No I cannot, just Google it.
I am the Walrus was released on the Oasis compilation album Masterplan. It is a cover of a Beatles song on The magical mystery tour album.
Find a picture of the With The Beatles album cover. From left to right is John, George and Paul and Ringo is at the bottom.
Siouxie and the Banshees came along after the Beatles; the band covered 'Helter Skelter' on their first album, The Scream, released in 1978. Siouxsie and the Banshees' second Beatles' cover, 'Dear Prudence', was released on their 6th album, Hyæna, in 1984.
He didn't. But he did produce two paintings of the Beatles in the 1980s. "Penny Lane" and "Strawberry Fields".
The order goes George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr then Paul McCartney.
The first pressings of the White Album in the UK were individually numbered. It was concept art; fans would have something that was mass produced, and yet unique. Ringo is the proud owner of number 00000001.
Abbey Road is the final recorded (but second-last released) studio album by The Beatles. The album cover is very famous as it depicts the four Beatles crossing the road. The album is one of their best-selling, most favourable and popular albums.
The controversial beatles album cover which featured the group holding chopped meat and baby dolls in notoriosly remembered as the?
Revoulution as far as i am concerned. Look on the Beatkles Rockband.
No. It's a picture from the film "A Hard Day's Night."
Yesterday and Today
It was a revisit of their first album cover, which showed them looking down from the same balcony in 1963. The two photos were used for the front back cover of their red and blue albums (The Beatles 1962-1966 and The Beatles 1967-1970).
It doesn't appear on any of their albums, it is a cover of the Radiohead song of the same name and was recorded live by Panic! at the Disco in 2006.
A turnaround in the Beatles' approach to making music. Whereas Sgt. Pepper and Magical Mystery Tour were psychedelic, gaudily-styled group efforts, the "White Album" (formally titled The Beatles) was a pared-back, more simplified, more individual record by the Beatles. John Lennon compared the album to four solo artists working with a backing band, instead of the Beatles working as a team like they had in the past. The fact that there was no group photo… Read More
Butcher Cover because it has the 4 Beatles in white coats smiling with 2 decapitated baby dolls and raw meat all over them it is worth a lot of money because it was canceled because it was considered to be not appropriate for the public
They are crossing the street entitled...Abbey Road!!!!
No, but Marlon Brando is, in his wardrobe from The Wild One.
"'Yesterday' ...and Today ", an album only released in North America. Its cover originally showed the Beatles in white gowns (like a butcher's outfit) and surrounded by dolls and pieces of meat, having the appearance of dismembered infants. It caused an outcry, and a new cover was quickly pasted over the top.
If you meen on the album cover then its John (whitle suite) Ringo (Black Suite) Paul ("Shabby Suite") and then Georgein his Jeans
Yesterday and Today original cover, which was recalled and had another cover pasted over. They called this the "Butcher Cover", and is very valuable, if you can find one. Check condition for value on Beatles.com.
There is a song called "Hey, hey, hey, hey" by Little Richard. There was a famous cover of it by The Beatles on their album Beatles For Sale.
The Beatles asked Peter Blake to help create the now iconic album cover and sleeve to Sgt. Peppers loney Hearts Club Band in 1967.
There are many, many people on the cover of that album, including Shirley Temple.
Going by the registration plate, it was first registered 10 April 1968.
Earlier copies have a serial number on the cover. If there's no serial number, then it's a later issue.
If you are referring to Jolly What! The Beatles and Frank Ifield, not much. This was a repackage by the Vee-Jay label in Chicago, of songs by the Beatles and Ifield (who had toured together), made up to look like a live album. It wasn't, the handful of people who bought copies ended up disappointed, and the record was pulled off the market. The album is collectible only because of its cover, not its contents.
How much is the White Album worth that I have its the original with the glossy finish to the cover and has never been opened.?
This Beatles White Album is in the original unopened case and is in Mint condition I am wondering what it would be worth
As the legend goes, Paul had died in a car accident and been replaced by an impostor. The band felt guilty about the deception, and placed clues on the album cover. People who believed this legend still claim that the images on the front and back of the album are packed with symbolism.
I doubt it that many people have a signed copy of this because the album is really rare. If you had a Butcher cover album in mint condition, I've heared that people can pay up to $5000
Klaus Voormann, an artist friend from Germany who also played bass guitar with Manfred Mann. The cover illustration was created by German-born bassist and artist Klaus Voormann, one of the Beatles' oldest friends from their days in Hamburg.
They were planning to spell 'HELP', but it didn't look good, so it was changed to 'NUJV'. :) Smileh face!
If you mean Sir Peter Blake, the artist who designed the Beatles' Seargent Pepper's Album cover, then the answer is he is still alive.
Get all Beatle stuff. Or make your own posters. On my 12th birthday, my aunt made me a cake that had the Let It Be album cover on it.
The photo shoot for the Beatles album cover turned the street into… Answer: "GABBEY" ROAD, royal, about, gashed, superb
If its in perfect condition, it could be up to $250. I have one that is superb, and that's what it's worth. Like ILL ever sell it thouh
the original album cover featured some butchered babies and the Beatles wearing some butcher clothing. it was the 60's back when stuff was taken way too seriously Although it was sometimes denied back in the day, the Beatles chose that shot for Capitol Records to use on the cover as an "editorial comment" on the company "butchering" the Beatles American LP's. "Yesterday and Today" was the most offending album in that regard as it was… Read More
A genuine copy of Introducing the Beatles in mint condition is rare. First, you must determine whether or not the record is counterfeit. It is the MOST counterfeited Beatles album. Does "The Beatles" appear above or below the center hole on the label? If the group's name is below the center hole, the record is a fake. If the label has a colorband, does it contain the color green? If the colorband is green, it's… Read More
I assume you mean "Stand By Me." John Lennon recorded a cover version in 1975 as a solo artist for his album "Rock 'n Roll."