I know loads of cover versions that are regarded as being better than the original" - John Peel
The Beatles and the Rolling Stones' first albums were both full of cover versions. The Who, The Kinks - all of those '60s bands started off doing covers, and then they graduated into doing tunes that sounded as if they might have been written by the people whose records they'd previously been covering. Of course, The Beatles and, specifically the song writing megaliths of Lennon & McCartney produced some of the world's most memorable songs, so it was only a matter of time before their prodigious talent spread through to reggae, soul, funk and jazz to permeate musical worlds as yet un informed of the influence of the duo. From the London Jazz Four to Ike & Tina Turner who's covers have become classics in their own right, the power of a Beatles penned track has transpired musical pigeon holing and have remained formidable and awe inspiring soundtracks to many a dance floor, sound system and jazz work out alike.
We can Work It Out is the only Beatles covers album you'll need, compiled with dedication by true funk diggerz, this album is filled with music rather than fillers for music.