The Beatles

The Beatles

1962-1970 by The Beatles


Original songs on "1962-1970"

"A Hard Day's Night" was covered by Hoodoo Gurus on the album "Ampology"

"A Hard Day's Night" was covered by Peter Sellers on the album "The Peter Sellers Collection"

"A Hard Day's Night" was covered by Peggy Lee on the album "On the Rocks: Part One"

"A Hard Day's Night" was covered by Goldie Hawn on the album "George Martin: In My Life"

"A Hard Day's Night" was covered by Mega City Four on the album "Revolution No. 9: A Tribute to The Beatles"

"A Hard Day's Night" was covered by Otis Redding on the album "Good To Me Recorded Live At The Whiskey A Go Go Vol 2"

"All My Loving" was covered by Helloween on the album "Metal Jukebox"

"Can't Buy Me Love" was covered by Shenandoah on the album "Certified Hits"

"Can't Buy Me Love" was covered by Peter Sellers on the album "A Hard Day's Night"

"Can't Buy Me Love" was covered by Ella Fitzgerald on the album "The First Lady of Song"

"Day Tripper" was covered by James Taylor on the album "Flag"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Ramsey Lewis on the album "Ramsey Lewis's Finest Hour"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Ocean Colour Scene on the album "B-Sides - Seasides & Freerides"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Mae West on the album "Golden Throats 4: Celebrities Butcher Songs of The Beatles"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Daniel Ash on the album "Coming Down"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Randy California on the album "Kapt. Kopter and The (Fabulous) Twirly Birds"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Yellow Magic Orchestra on the album "Solid State Survivor"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Oasis on the album "MTV Unplugged"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Jimi Hendrix on the album "Radio One"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Nancy Sinatra on the album "Boots"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Sham 69 on the album "The Complete Sham 69 Live"

"Day Tripper" was covered by Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66 on the album "Foursider"

"Drive My Car" was covered by Takako Minekawa on the album "Chat Chat"

"Drive My Car" was covered by Bobby McFerrin on the album "Simple Pleasures"

"Drive My Car" was covered by Cristina on the album "Mutant Disco: A Subtle Discolation of the Norm (disc 2)"

"Eight Days A Week" was covered by Lorrie Morgan on the album "Leave The Light On"

"Eight Days a Week" was covered by The Runaways on the album "Little Lost Girls"

"Eight Days a Week" was covered by The Persuasions on the album "The Persuasions Sing the Beatles"

"Eight Days A Week" was covered by Hurriganes on the album "Live in Stockholm"

"Eight Day's a Week" was covered by Procol Harum on the album "With a Little Help"

"Love Me Do" was covered by The Persuasions on the album "The Persuasions Sing the Beatles"

"Love Me Do" was covered by Ringo Starr on the album "Vertical Man"

"Love Me Do" was covered by The Brady Bunch on the album "Hollywood Hi-Fi"

"Please, Please Me" was covered by Flamin' Groovies on the album "Rockin' at the Roundhouse"

"Please Please Me" was covered by Barnes & Barnes on the album "Voobaha"

"Please, Please Me" was covered by Matt Dusk on the album "Two Shots"

"Ticket to Ride" was covered by Vanilla Fudge on the album "The Best of Vanilla Fudge - LIVE"

"Ticket to Ride" was covered by Ataraxia on the album "Concerto No. 6: A Baroque Plaisanterie"

"We Can Work It Out" was covered by Heather Nova on the album "I Am Sam"

"We Can Work It Out" was covered by Chaka Khan on the album "What Cha' Gonna Do For Me"

"We Can Work It Out" was covered by King Missile on the album "Downtown Does the Beatles Live at the Knitting Factory"

"We Can Work It Out" was covered by Paul McCartney on the album "Back in the U.S. Live 2002 (disc 2)"

"We Can Work It Out" was covered by Coffin Break on the album "No Sleep 'Till The Stardust Motel"

"We Can Work It Out" was covered by Petula Clark on the album "My Love"

"Yesterday" was covered by Billy Dean on the album "Come Together (America Salutes The Beatles)"

"Yesterday" was covered by Ray Charles on the album "Ultimate Hits Collection (disc 1)"

"Yesterday" was covered by The Seekers on the album "Ideal Seekers"

"Yesterday" was covered by Shirley Bassey on the album "The Power of Love"

"Yesterday" was covered by Tom Jones on the album "Live"

"Yesterday" was covered by The Ventures on the album "Super Psychedelics"

"Yesterday" was covered by Nancy Wilson on the album "Today, Tomorrow, Forever-A Touch Of Today"

"Yesterday" was covered by Pat Boone on the album "16 Golden Classics"

"Yesterday" was covered by Boots Randolph on the album "Boots Randolph With The Knightsbridge Strings"

"Yesterday" was covered by Marianne Faithfull on the album "The Very Best of Marianne Faithfull"

"Yesterday" was covered by Chris Farlowe on the album "Out of Time (disc 2)"

"Yesterday" was covered by Frank Sinatra on the album "My Way: The Best of Frank Sinatra"

"Yesterday" was covered by Cilla Black on the album "Best Of Cilla"

"Yesterday" was covered by Chet Atkins on the album "The Best of Chet Atkins"

"Yesterday" was covered by The Bar-Kays on the album "Black Rock"

"Yesterday" was covered by Count Basie on the album "Basie's Beatle Bag"

"Yesterday" was covered by Michael Bolton on the album "Timeless (the Classics)"

"Yesterday" was covered by Perry Como on the album "The Best of Perry Como"

"Yesterday" was covered by The Dillards on the album "There Is a Time"

"Yesterday" was covered by Wes Montgomery on the album "Greatest Hits"

"Yesterday" was covered by Nana Mouskouri on the album "The Magic of Nana Mouskouri"

"Yesterday" was covered by The Persuasions on the album "The Persuasions Sing the Beatles"

"Yesterday" was covered by Elvis Presley on the album "The Definitive Love Album"

"Yesterday" was covered by LeAnn Rimes on the album "Unchained Melody: The Early Years"

"Yesterday" was covered by Sarah Vaughan on the album "The Very Best of Sarah Vaughan"

"Yesterday" was covered by Tammy Wynette on the album "D-I-V-O-R-C-E"

"Yesterday" was covered by En Vogue on the album "Funky Divas"

"Yesterday" was covered by Lionel Hampton on the album "Flying Home"

"Yesterday" was covered by Matt Monro on the album "Best of Matt Monro"

"Yesterday" was covered by Rage on the album "G.U.N. Bonus Tracks"

"Yesterday" was covered by Dave Grusin on the album "I Got No Kick Against Modern Jazz"

"Yesterday" was covered by Mustard Plug on the album "Pray for Mojo"

"Yesterday" was covered by James Taylor on the album "[non-album tracks]"

"Yesterday" was covered by The Bates on the album "Unfucked"

"Yesterday" was covered by Bob Dylan on the album "Almost Went to See Elvis"

"Yesterday" was covered by Wings on the album "Wings Over America (disc 1)"

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" was covered by Elvis Costello on the album "Kojak Variety (bonus disc)"

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" was covered by Oasis on the album "Some Might Say"

"You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" was covered by The Silkie on the album "The British Invasion : The History of British Rock, Vol.6"

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" was covered by Eddie Vedder on the album "I Am Sam"

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" was covered by The Beach Boys on the album "Beach Boys' Party!"

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" was covered by Joe Cocker on the album "The Long Voyage Home (disc 3)"

"You've Got to Hide Your Love Away" was covered by Pearl Jam on the album "2003-07-09: New York, NY, USA (disc 1)"

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