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Author: Dave Henderson
ISBN13: 978-1902799049
Title: The Beatles Uncovered: 1,000,000 Mop-Top Murders by the Fans and the Famous
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Publisher: The Black Book Company; First Edition edition (September 1, 2001)
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The Beatles Uncovered: 1,000,000 Mop-Top Murders by the Fans and the Famous by Dave Henderson



The Beatles Uncovered book. Famous interpretations: It's a soul revue staple, as has been presented with some swaggering grace in the past by Otis Redding, and later by Dionne Warwick. Celebrity alert: Talked through by Peter Sellers in his best Richard III voice, de-crooned by Max Bygraves, and in full jazz swing with Ella Fitzgerald. Infamous covers: Wo Excerpt: The Best of the Covers. Famous interpretations: It's a soul revue staple, as has been presented with some swaggering grace in the past by Otis Redding, and later by Dionne Warwick

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Famous interpretations: It's a soul revue staple, as has been presented with some swaggering grace in the past by Otis Redding, and later by Dionne Warwick. Celebrity alert: Talked through by Peter Sellers in his best Richard III voice, de-crooned by Max Bygraves, and in full jazz swing with Ella Fitzgerald. Infamous covers: Would you like it unstylishly bonged by The Mighty Fire Street Band? or out of tune at the piano of Mrs. Miller? Maybe you'd just like it daintily jazzed with Peggy Lee? Or perhaps Take That's interpretation on their "pop" opus Everything Changes is nearer the mark. Beyond that, there's the crazed psycho-rant of Shockabilly. The ones to cherish: Two years after its release it turned up twice courtesy of two soulful keyboard players. The Ramsey Lewis Trio released it asa single and latter day Beatle, Billy Preston included it on the album The Wildest Organ in Town. And a full and frank list of also rans: Drummer Sandy Nelson, The Kelly Family, Gary McFarland, Beatle-obsessed vibes and guitar duo Sandy And Johnny, Anita Lindblom, Rainbow Red Oxidizer, piano man Billy Joel, psyche-monsters The Hoodoo Gurus, Sonny Curtis, Johnny Tedesco, Ten Tuff Guitars, Les Beadochons, veteran producer Quincy Jones, and bluesman John Mayall. Plus the usual suspects: Chet Atkins, Count Basie, The Boston Pops, Al Caiola, and Enoch Light.

Reviews: 4
Kupidon
I'm surprised by how negative the reviews here are, because as an fan of Beatles covers, I've used this book a lot to discover what might be worth tracking down. I don't agree with the author's opinion all the time, but he includes enough information about the albums to make the book useful even if you disagree with his assessment of a particular selection. I love the fact that the book includes many album covers and the complete text of the liner notes (if any) for most albums.

This book is complete only through the year 2000, but up to that year it's a far-ranging resource for anyone interested in the many, many ways the Beatles have been covered. I appreciate that it's written in a relatively conversational way, too; that's probably the reason why I'm not bothered that I don't agree with the opinions of the author all the time. He doesn't present them as pronouncements from on high, just as his take.

The albums I've discovered through "The Beatles Uncovered" include Louis Van Dyke's pipe organ tribute, the Irish Guards' "Marching With the Beatles," Don Randi's "Rubber Soul Jazz," and "The Baroque Beatles Book." With this book as a guide, you can find at least a few albums worth listening to!
HappyLove
Mr. Henderson demonstrates industriousness to point of obsession in his pursuit of Beatles covers. It is virtually encyclopedic -- at least through 2000 when the book was published. The sub-title mentions 1 million versions, which might seem like hyperbole for a book with only 142 pages, many of which have large graphics of album covers. However, when I started to count the number of references in these pages, I realized that it's just possible that Mr. Henderson might have reached the million mark. No sub-genre (reggae, soul, c&w, easy listening, etc) or sub-artist (Tiny Tim, David McCallum, Murray the K) is neglected. All in all, awesome stamina. Why only two stars? Because Mr. Henderson's taste is god-awful. Evidence? Both in his slights (Wilson Pickett's stunning "Hey Jude" is just given a bare mention) and his enthusiasms (William Shatner's execrable "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" is one of Mr. Henderson's top 30 covers!!!!!), the author demonstrates absolutely no recognizable critical discernment whatsoever.
Stonewing
I purchased this book through Amazon.co.uk when it first became available, and have been wondering why ever since. In my opinion, there is no information contained in this book that even the most zealous Beatlemaniac (like myself) would find the least bit interesting. This book is basically a listing of every artist, famous or not, that's ever recorded a Beatles song. As a bonus, you also get to see the album sleeves. WOW! I can't emphasize this enough - DON'T BUY THIS BOOK!!
Burirus
As a book for a listing, there is a lot here. But not much in the way of history or insight. A better book would be The Beatles DisCovered by Belmo available at Beatlology. That book has a detailed history of Beatles cover songs, novelty records, tribute albums and parody art. Also some great interviews and articles. There are also about 8 appendixes with lists of cover songs, novelty songs, tributes, etc. A terrific book but one not yet available on Amazon. You'll need to get the book directly from the publisher (Beatlology).