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Something / Octopuss Garden - George Benson - The Other Side Of Abbey Road (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jun 13,  · Yes. Harrison was the only guitarist in the Beatles who was nimble enough to play like that. Octopus's Garden | The Beatles Bible Edit: faced with answers that have more upvotes than my own (Nooo!), I have brought out the big guns: Lewisohn’s The.
  2. Octopus's Garden This song is by The Beatles and appears on the album Abbey Road () on the compilation album Anthology 3 ().
  3. The Other Side of Abbey Road George Benson. CD US (A&M 2) 01a Golden slumbers Lennon-McCartney (McCartney)
  4. "Something / Octopus's Garden / the End" by George Benson contains a sample of another track. Listen to both tracks on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  5. Apr 06,  · * One month after Abbey Road's release, George Benson recorded a cover version of the album called The Other Side of Abbey Road. * As mentioned above, in Booker T. & the M.G.'s recorded McLemore Avenue which covered the Abbey Road songs and has a cover photo which mimicked the Abbey Road cover. Stax Records was located at .
  6. Something / Octopus's Garden / The End. George Benson. From the Album The Other Side Of Abbey Road Listen Now Buy song $ Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. To enjoy Prime Music, go to Your Music Library and transfer your account to nornadefuldecarfgladtabfighnessticum.coinfo (US).
  7. American Releases. On October 1st, , the final recorded Beatles album was released in America, simply titled "Abbey Road." "Octopus's Garden" was not embarrassingly hidden somewhere on the album to pacify their drummer but was placed as the fifth track on side one, which appears to indicate that everyone involved was quite proud of how this Ringo-penned .
  8. The key Abbey Road markers are covered - perhaps the finest being the combination of Something/Octopus's Garden/The End. With The Beatles Love CD remixed by Giles Martin, we now have the value of seguing Beatles recordings, but it takes a fine musician like Benson to interpret such oeurve without the need for remix and trickery - and wow does /5(50).

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